PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (October 30, 2007) - The Calvert County Sheriff's Office and the Calvert Investigative Team (CIT) released the following incident and arrest reports. CIT is a joint investigative police group manned by personnel from the Calvert County Sheriff's Office and the Maryland State Police, Prince Frederick Barrack.
ASSAULT: On Saturday, Oct. 27, Calvert County Sheriff's Deputies and the Calvert Investigative Team responded to Kirksville Lane, Dunkirk for a reported assault. Upon their arrival they were informed that Ike Brown, 46 years old from Dunkirk, had been cut by his brother, Walter Brown Jr., 48 years old from Dunkirk. Ike Brown had a laceration on his head caused by a utility knife; he was transported to Calvert Memorial Hospital, via Dunkirk Rescue Squad, where he was released after his injury was treated.
Walter Brown Jr. walked out of the woods in the area of the crime scene and was placed under arrest by Dep. Naecker. Both victim and suspect were highly intoxicated. The suspect stated that Ike Brown would not stop bothering him. Walter Brown Jr. was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center. Upon his arrival he kicked Detention Center Officer Flynt. Walter Brown Jr. was charged with 1st on Ike Brown and 2nd degree assault on Officer Flynt, and reckless endangerment. Brown is being held on $100,000.00.
DOG ATTACK ON CAGED RABBITS: On Friday, Oct. 26, Maureen Eichelberger contacted the Calvert County Animal Control Office to report that two pit bulls had attacked the family's pet rabbits. Animal Control Office, Fisher responded to Ashwood Dr, Dunkirk to investigate the incident of the three rabbits being attacked. Two of the rabbits were killed and one was injured while they were housed in their hutch. As a result of his investigation the owner of the dogs was identified as, Jesse McCelvey, of Dunkirk. Charges are pending as the investigation continues.
HOME INVASION: On Thursday, Oct. 18, at 3:15 p.m. members of the Calvert County Sheriff's Office responded to a home on Smoky Road in Huntingtown for a reported robbery. The victim, who resides at the home, Kelly Ward, 29, advised that when she answered a knock on the front door earlier that day, two men asked if another member of the family was there. When the victim advised no, they forced their way into the home by brandishing a small black gun.
One of the men ran up the stairs and broke open the door to a locked bedroom. He returned to the first floor carrying a small box. The two then left the house. The victim was not harmed.