PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (Nov. 3, 2009) - The Calvert County Sheriff's Office recently released the following information.
HUNTINGTOWN AREA THEFTS: The Huntingtown area continues to be inundated with thefts from vehicles and on three occasions, thefts of vehicles where the keys had been left inside. These three vehicles were later found abandoned within the county. The unknown suspect(s) have been stealing mostly electronics (GPS's and cameras) and also tools and currency from vehicles. The majority of these vehicles were unlocked and had been parked in residential neighborhoods. At this time, there are no known suspects, however, on October 16 at 12:48 a.m. a local Huntingtown business had video surveillance of two possible suspects. These suspects were video taped going through vehicles on the premises, removing property from said vehicles and putting the property into what appears to be a 1990's Ford model pick-up truck, possibly dark blue or green in color with a tan stripe at the bottom. Anyone with information regarding any of these crimes is asked to contact Det. Nicholas DeFelice at 410-535-2800 ext. 2669. Members of the Calvert Investigative Team would like to remind the citizens of Calvert County to lock their homes and vehicles, and remove valuables from sight.
WANTED PERSON: The Calvert County Sheriff's Office is seeking information on the whereabouts of Keith Robert Lewis, white male, DOB 07/20/1960, last known address Dunkirk. Subject is wanted on seven domestic violence related outstanding warrants through the Sheriff's Office. Subject frequents Waysons Corner, Dunkirk and North and Chesapeake Beach areas. If you have any information, please contact the Warrant Unit of the Calvert County Sheriff's Office at 410-535-2800.
ANIMAL LICENSE AMNESTY WEEK: For one week the Calvert County Sheriff's Office Animal Control Unit will be offering county animal licenses to county residents for a fraction of the regular price. By having their pet registered, owners increase the probability that the animal will be returned to them if lost, rather than taken to the Tri-County Animal Shelter.
The amnesty will take place November 30th through December 6th at the following locations, the Calvert County Sheriff's Office from Monday, November 30th through Friday, December 4th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 5th and Sunday, December 6th from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. both days, the North Beach Volunteer Fire Department on Monday, November 30th from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., the Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department on Wednesday, December 2nd from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., and at the Solomons Volunteer Fire Department on Thursday, December 3rd from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Spayed or neutered pets licenses are $3, non-spayed and non-neutered pets cost $10. Residents need to bring cash or check and a copy of their pet's current rabies certification. These reduced rates, which are less than half the normal price, are only applicable at the listed locations and only during amnesty week.
Copies of the county Animal Control Ordinance will be available for residents and is also viewable on the county website by going to www.co.cal.md.us/ and following the link to the Sheriff's Office.
FATAL ACCIDENT: On October 24 at approximately 1:00 p.m. members of the Calvert County Sheriff's Office Crash Reconstruction Team (CRT) and the Maryland State Police responded to the intersection of Md. Rt. 2 (Solomons Island Road) and Kent Road in Sunderland for a report of a serious motor vehicle crash involving three vehicles.
A preliminary investigation revealed that a tan 1995 Nissan Altima was traveling north on Md. Rt. 2 and was in the process of making a left turn onto westbound Kent Road. The operator of the 1995 Nissan Altima was yielding to the southbound traffic on Md. Rt. 2 when his vehicle was struck by a 1994 Toyota Corolla Station Wagon in a rear-end type collision causing the 1995 Nissan Altima to enter the southbound lane of Md. Rt. 2. The 1995 Nissan Altima was subsequently struck by a 2004 Ford Explorer which was traveling south on Md. Rt. 2. Upon impact with the 2004 Ford Explorer the 1995 Nissan Altima was redirected in a southwesterly direction and came to a final rest in the southbound lane culvert of Md. Rt. 2.
The operator of the 1995 Nissan Altima, identified as Glenn Eugene Holland, 46, of Sunderland, sustained mortal injuries and was pronounced dead at Calvert Memorial Hospital by the Emergency Room staff. Mr. Holland was the only occupant of the 1995 Nissan Altima.
The operator of the 1994 Toyota Corolla Station Wagon was identified as Paul Charles Moler, 32, of St. Leonard. A front seat passenger was identified as Christine A. Moler, 33. Both occupants sustained minor injuries and were treated and released on the scene.
The operator of the 2004 Ford Explorer was identified as Kathy Diane Walton, 55, of Huntingtown. The front seat passenger was identified as Kimberly Diane King, 33, of Lusby. The Ford Explorer was also occupied by three juveniles. All five occupants of the Ford Explorer were transported to the Calvert Memorial Hospital where they were treated for minor injuries and later released.
Cpl. V. Bortchevsky of the Calvert County Sheriff's Office Crash Reconstruction Team (CRT) is conducting a complete investigation into the events that lead up to the collision.
Cpl. Bortchevsky advised that the investigation is on-going, but based on initial examination it appears that all persons involved were wearing restraining devices, that alcohol or drugs are not suspected and that no one was cited at the scene but traffic charges are possible.
Any additional information regarding this crash should be forwarded to Cpl. V. Bortchevsky of CRT at email@example.com or 410-535-2800.