PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (January 14, 2011)Police in Calvert County released the following incident and arrest reports.
FAMILY CALLS POLICE FOR VET WITH MENTAL ISSUES: On January 13 at approximately 9:25 p.m., members of the Patrol Bureau responded to a residence on Crazy Horse Trail. A family member called 911 and indicated that there was a male in this residence that was having mental issues. The caller stated that the occupant of the residence had a military back ground, possessed a semi-automatic weapon and was threatening to harm himself. Based on this information, officers attempted to make contact with the occupant to check his well being. The occupant answered the front door and upon learning that police were there, he locked the door and retreated into the house. Member of the Sheriff's Office Special Operation Team and Negotiations Team were then deployed to the residence. The occupant refused negotiations with police. At approximately 11:20 p.m., members of the Special Operation Team deployed tear gas; the occupant then exited the residence without incident. The occupant was transported for an evaluation. A reverse 911 call was made to the surrounding houses to notify them of this situation. The occupant is 52 years of age.
CARJACKING: On January 13, members of the Sheriffs Office responded to the Rod and Reel restaurant casino, located at 4160 Mears Ave in Chesapeake Beach, for the report of an attempted armed carjacking. Detective Mike Mudd of the Calvert Investigative Team responded to the scene and determined that at approximately 1:10 a.m., the victim was waiting in his vehicle in the parking lot of the Rod and Reel while a family member was inside the establishment. The victim stated that while he was waiting, a white male opened the sliding door to his mini-van. The victim said the suspect was holding a black object to his side, which the victim believed was a .380 hand gun. The victim stated that the suspect said, You dont want this car. The victim advised he thought he was being robbed or carjacked so he threw his vehicle into drive and sped off. The victim believed there were two suspects, both white males, who were also patrons of the Rod and Reel on this same evening. If you have any information regarding this case, please contact Detective Michael Mudd and 410-535-1600 x2469.