PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (January 5, 2011)The Calvert County Sheriff's Office recently released the following incident and arrest reports.
WEEKLY SUMMARY: During the week of December 27, 2010 through January 2, 2011 deputies responded to 1,570 calls for service throughout the community.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: Unknown suspect(s) spray painted a trailer and sign at Gardiner Realty in Dunkirk sometime between December 27 and 28. The damage is estimated at $800. Anyone with information is asked to contact DFC M. Robshaw at 410-535-2800.
THEFT FROM VEHICLE: A vehicle on Loving Way in Huntingtown was broken into overnight between December 28 and 29. Three hundred dollars in damage was done and $5900 worth of items was stolen including Milwaukee skill saws, batteries, chargers, and Rigid screw guns. Anyone with information is asked to contact DFC C. Ray at 410-535-2800.
BURGLARY: A home on Tahoda Trail in Lusby was burglarized sometime between December 17 and 29. Jewelry valued at $1300 was stolen. DFC J. Norton is continuing the investigation.
MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT: A 2000 GMC Sierra pickup truck, blue and dark gray in color, was stolen from outside a home on Carson Road in Huntingtown between December 29 and 30. Cpl. J. McCarroll is investigating.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On December 30 at 1:00 p.m. Lt. D. McDowell responded to Ponds Wood Road in Huntingtown for a call for a disorderly man in the roadway. A motorist advised that he observed the suspect, later identified as Terrence David Brooks, 29 of no fixed address, in the roadway with no shirt on. As the motorist attempted to pass by, Brooks punched and kicked his vehicle. Lt. McDowell observed Brooks seated in the driver's seat of a vehicle parked by the side of the road. He was accompanied by a female passenger. Lt. McDowell determined Brooks appeared to be under the influence of drugs. Brooks and the female passenger, who also appeared to be under the influence of drugs, became disorderly. Brooks was arrested and charged with obstructing the passage of another in a public place and disorderly conduct. The female, identified as Destiny Lynn Childress, 28 of Chesapeake Beach, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.
RESISTING ARREST: After becoming involved in a motor vehicle accident on December 30 at 6:49 p.m. at Clubhouse Drive and Rousby Hall Road in Lusby, the driver of one of the vehicles appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. While attempting to administer a chemical breath test, he became resistant. DFC E. Bradley then attempted to arrest the suspect, later identified as Brandon Lee Nelson, 22 of Linthicum. Nelson resisted arrest, struggling with deputies. He was subdued and charged with resisting arrest and driving under the influence.
DRUG ARREST: On December 30 at 11:20 p.m. on Orwell Court in Prince Frederick while conducting a patrol check of the area, Cpl. V. Bortchevsky observed a man standing on the street smoking a dark colored cigarette. Upon making contact with the individual, Cpl. Bortchevsky detected a strong odor of burnt marijuana. He arrested the man, identified as Joshua Lee Borland, 21 of Prince Frederick, and charged him with possession of marijuana, possession of Oxycodone and possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia, a White Grape Cigarillos cigar.
THEFT: Unknown suspect(s) stole a 2003 red and black Suzuki 300 Bayou 4-wheeler from the back yard of a home on 4th Street in North Beach. The theft, being investigated by DFC K. Hall, happened sometime overnight between December 30 and 31.
DISORDERLY: A man, later identified as Frederick Emmett Donahue, 50, of North Beach, was arrested for disorderly conduct by DFC K. Hall on December 31 at 3:10 p.m. when he repeatedly shouted profanities at DFC Hall while Hall was attempting to determine why Donahue was trying to enter the Senior Apartments in Chesapeake Beach. Donahue appeared to be under the influence of alcohol.
DRUG ARREST: On January 1 at 7:46 a.m. DFC M. Robshaw observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed in the area of Md. Rt. 260 west of the Md. Rt. 2 intersection in Owings. After making contact with the driver, later identified as Daniel Malcolm Wilburn, 21 of Upper Marlboro, Robshaw detected the odor of burnt marijuana. Wilburn was found to be in possession of a concealed deadly weapon, a handgun, possession of marijuana and possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia, a multicolored makeshift smoking device.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: Lighthouse Market Place on Bay Ave in North Beach was vandalized sometime after 8:00 p.m. on January 1. The damage was discovered on January 2 at 10:00 a.m. by the owners of the store. The sign in front of the business was damaged and some potted plants were thrown in the trash. The damage is estimated $50. DFC A. Woodford is investigating.
FOUR DOGS DIE IN HOUSE FIRE, APPROX. 150 DOGS ON PREMISES: On December 12, 2010 at approximately 3:00 a.m., Calvert County Sheriff's Office Animal Control Officer James Fisher was called out to assist with animals at a residential fire located in the 1200 block of Neptune Lane in Huntingtown. Upon his arrival he was advised that a large amount of animals were at the residence and that four had perished due to smoke inhalation. Animal Control did not remove any animals from the property. On December 13, ACOII C. Dichter and ACO J. Fisher returned to the residence to continue their investigation and speak to the owners. The ACO's checked the welfare of the animals. They observed approximately 100 Chihuahua dogs and some puppies, approximately 40 Staffordshire bull terrier type dogs and some puppies, as well as approximately 10 Rottweilers and some Rottweiler puppies. All of the dogs appeared to be healthy and in good condition. The owners advised that at the time of the fire they had approximately 35 dogs, including puppies, inside the residence located in cages and play pens. The remaining animals were outside of the residence in pens. Animal Control is offering assistance with the animals.