Calvert County Sheriff's Reports - Southern Maryland Headline News

Calvert County Sheriff's Reports

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (January 10, 2011)—The Calvert County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.

WEEKLY SUMMARY: During the week of January 3 through January 9, deputies responded to 1,781 calls for service throughout the community.

BURGLARY: A home on Sixes Road in Prince Frederick was burglarized during the day on January 5 and a Smith & Wesson .38 caliber revolver and cash were stolen. DFC P. Wood is investigating.

DRUG ARREST: DFC J. Norton conducted a traffic stop on January 5 at 11:56 p.m. on Md. Rt. 260 at Bayside Road in Chesapeake Beach. DFC R. Burggraff conducted a K-9 scan of the vehicle with K-9 Manchi. Suspected drug paraphernalia was located. Norton subsequently charged the driver, Sean Thomas Miller, 21 of Lusby, with possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia, a metal smoking device.

BURGLARY: Sometime overnight between January 6 & 7 unknown suspect(s) entered a home on Oakcrest Court in St. Leonard and stole a Vizio flat screen TV, a Phillips surround sound system and an Xbox 360 Elite gaming system, along with some tools and a Dell desktop computer, all together valued at over $3700. DFC C. Johnson is investigating.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: Several trees were damaged and appeared to have been cut in the yard of a home on Lake View Drive in Owings. It is unclear exactly when the damage, valued at $250, may have occurred. DFC A. Locke is investigating.

DRUG ARREST: On January 8 at 11:40 p.m. DFC T. Rickard conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle at Virginia Avenue and Dares Beach Road in Prince Frederick. He found the driver and lone passenger to be in possession of suspected drugs. He arrested the passenger, Thomas John Woodward, 24 of Broomes Island, and charged him with possession of marijuana and possession of Oxycodone. The driver, identified as Andrew Jack Myers, 20 of Pilot, Va., was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.

ASSAULT, DRUG ARREST: Two men were arrested outside the Greene Turtle in Prince Frederick on January 9 at 1:20 a.m. after they argued with restaurant security who had removed them from the establishment. Sheriff's Office deputies and MSP troopers responded to the call and stopped the vehicle the two men were attempting to leave the scene in. Police learned from victims and witnesses that one of the men pulled out a box cutter and threatened restaurant security personnel. No one was injured. DFC J. Harms arrested Travis A. Dawkins, 21 of Prince Frederick and charged him with second degree assault and possession of oxycodone and possession of marijuana. A second suspect, Markus Malanda Magruder, 29 of Prince Frederick, was arrested and charged with openly carrying a dangerous weapon with the intent of causing injury and second degree assault.

DEPUTY VEHICLE ACCIDENT: Dep. N. Funchion was involved in a motor vehicle crash in his departmental vehicle on January 10 at approximately 1:00 p.m. while attempting to stop a leaking propane truck on southbound Md. Route 4 at Fowler Road in Owings. Another truck, also headed southbound, struck Dep. Funchion's patrol vehicle in the rear, causing significant damage to both vehicles, as Dep. Funchion crossed traffic from lane 2. No injuries were reported by the deputy or the driver of the other truck. The propane truck was subsequently located and is currently being inspected by Calvert County Sheriff's Office Dep. J. Dean and the Department of the Environment. The driver of the propane truck was cited by a commercial vehicle enforcement unit for numerous violations. Lt. R. Thomas and members of the Special Operations Team are on scene to assess the HAZMAT aspect of this incident. Sgt. Brian McCourt is investigating the departmental crash.

OPERATION IDENTIFICATION: In an ongoing effort to capture criminals and recover lost or stolen property, the Sheriff's Office has designed a form that is available to the public called Operation Identification. Citizens can use the form to record descriptions of property, serial numbers, model numbers and replacement cost. The form should then be kept in a secure location. In the event you are the victim of a burglary or theft, or if the property is lost, this information will greatly assist the deputies investigating your case. Often times, victims do not have this information and property that perhaps could be recovered is not. It also lessens the chance of capturing the person who committed the crime. Identified by its serial number, the property can be entered into a nationwide data base. Anytime the lost or stolen property is located, whether here in Calvert County, another Maryland jurisdiction or another state, the item can be researched in the nationwide date base, which provides owner information. If those serial numbers have been previously entered, the agency who took the report will be notified of the recovery. This will also assist the Sheriff's Office in identifying suspects who may have been involved in other cases as well. The form is available for pick up at the Sheriff's Office or you can access it from the county website by visiting and following the Sheriff's Office link.

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