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Calvert County Sheriff's Reports


PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (June 20, 2012)—The Calvert County Sheriff's Office has released the following incident and arrest reports.

WEEKLY SUMMARY: During the week of June 11-17, deputies responded to 1,486 calls for service throughout the community.

CHECKPOINTS: The Calvert County Sheriff's Office will be conducting sobriety checkpoints the weekend of July 28th and 29th and again the weekend of August 25th and 26th. Our primary objective is to educate the public about the dangers of impaired driving and reduce the number of fatal or serious accidents that result from driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs. The areas these checkpoints will be conducted in are areas where multiple DUI arrests have been made through the years as well as some alcohol related crashes. The initiatives will be funded with grant funds provided by the Maryland Highway Safety Office. Sheriff Mike Evans said that it is of vital importance that all citizens travel Calvert County roadways safely and avoid drinking alcohol and then operating a vehicle. If we all work together we can keep our families safe and free from the tragedies associated with crashes as a result of impaired drivers.

BURGLARY: Someone burglarized the trailer of the Beach Fries business on Bay Avenue in North Beach between June 11 at 6:30 p.m. and June 13 at noon. Cash was stolen and $375 in damage was reported. DFC J. Norton is investigating.

THEFT: A Mercury Bravo 3 outdrive motor was stolen off a boat parked on a trailer in the boatyard on Dowell Road in Dowell during the week of June 6 through 13. Cpl. R. Wilson is investigating.

THEFT FROM VEHICLE: A victim on Lake Drive in Lusby reported to Cpl. A. Moschetto that overnight between June 12 and 13, someone entered his vehicle and stole a large amount of tools valued at over $1700. The investigation continues.

BURGLARY: Unknown suspect(s) entered a home in the 900 block of Wilson Road in Huntingtown during daytime hours on June 13 and stole a gray and black Briggs & Stratton lawn mower and a gray and black Craftsman generator together valued at $2300. DFC J. Lord is investigating.

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY: Someone attempted to break into a home on Elizabeth Court in Chesapeake Beach on June 13 between 4:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. It does not appear that entry to the home was made or that anything is missing. DFC J. Norton is continuing the investigation.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: Unknown suspect(s) caused $500 in damage when they wrote in black marker on two benches on the Chesapeake Beach boardwalk at the corner of B Street and 17th Street. DFC J. Norton is investigating.

BURGLARY: Someone broke into a home on Milwaukee Avenue in North Beach June 14 at around 4:00 p.m. Nothing appears to have been stolen. Dep. Y. Bortchevsky is investigating.

THEFT FROM VEHICLE: An unlocked vehicle on Rodeo Road in Lusby was entered on or about June 15 and $650 in stereo equipment was stolen. DFC J. Harms is investigating.

THEFT: Someone cut and stole the copper piping to the air-conditioning unit behind Rita's in Dunkirk sometime between June 14 and 15. Dep. M. Quinn is handling the investigation.

DISORDERLY: Cpl. M. Naecker arrested Roy Alan Reppenhagen, 49 of Annapolis and charged him with disorderly and failure to obey a lawful order on June 15 at 6:50 p.m. The incident happened at the Relay for Life activities taking place at Hallowing Point Park in Prince Frederick. Reppenhagen was reported by witnesses to have been pushing and shoving through a crowd of people getting ready to participate in the cancer survivors walk. Reppenhagen was asked repeatedly by Calvert County deputies to leave the scene but he became disorderly so he was arrested.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: Unknown suspect(s) broke the glass on the showroom door of Prince Frederick Ford on June 15 at 11:00 p.m. Nothing appears to have been stolen from inside the business; however, the damage is valued at $500. DFC J. Bell is investigating.

DRUG ARREST: On June 16 at 1:00 a.m. Sgt. V. Bortchevsky conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for failure to stop at a red light at Md. Rt. 4 and Fox Run Boulevard in Prince Frederick. The driver was issued a traffic citation. He found the passenger, later identified as Charles Bryan Jones, 48 of Lexington Park, to be in possession of suspected drugs. Jones was arrested and charged with possession of Suboxone in sufficient quantity to indicate an intent to distribute and possession of Suboxone.

THEFT: On June 16 at 2:08 p.m., Dep. R. Kampf arrested two people in the parking lot of the Tiki Bar in Solomons after they were found to be in possession of items stolen from a nearby vehicle. Natalie Lynne Martin, 27 of Waldorf and Richard Eugene Williams, 33 of Lusby, were both arrested and charged with theft less than $100 and intent to commit theft while inside the vehicle belonging to the victim.

DRUG ARREST: DFC A. Woodford responded to the Northeast Community Center in Chesapeake Beach on June 16 at 6:10 p.m. for the report of a trespasser. Upon arrival he located Frederick Emmett Donahue, 51 of Chesapeake Beach, who had previously been banned from the property. Donahue was arrested and charged with trespassing and disorderly conduct and possession of marijuana.

THEFT FROM VEHICLE: A Tom-Tom GPS unit worth $400 was stolen from inside an unlocked car on Deforest Drive in Chesapeake Beach sometime between June 15 and 17. DFC A. Woodford is investigating.

THEFT FROM VEHICLES: Two unlocked vehicles parked on Tongue Cove Lane in Lusby were entered sometime on June 17 and a purse and Ipod were stolen. DFC M. Velasquez is handling the investigation.

WEEKLY SUMMARY: During the week of June 4 through June 10, deputies responded to 1,430 calls for service throughout the community.

THEFT: Someone stole an electric weed eater, pruning shears, electrical cord and a Black and Decker electric trimmer, together valued at almost $200, from the porch of a home on Yellowbank Road in Dunkirk between June 3 and 7. DFC J. Morgan is investigating.

THEFT: DFC Lord is investigating the theft of a red Easy Go golf car valued at $3,000 that was stolen sometime between June 7 and 8 from the Breezy Point Marina. There is a sticker that reads "Dorsey" on the side of the cart.

BURGLARY: A victim on Golden West Way in Lusby reported to DFC C. Johnson that unknown suspect(s) burglarized her home sometime between June 2 and 9, stealing about $400 worth of household items.

THEFT FROM VEHICLES: Someone entered an unlocked vehicle on Cape Leonard Drive in St. Leonard in the early morning hours of June 9 and stole cash and gift cards valued at $150. A second vehicle at another home on Cape Leonard Drive was also entered and items were stolen. Two vehicles at a home on Circle Court were also entered and had money missing from them. DFC C. Johnson is investigating.

WEAPON VIOLATION: On June 9 at 1:35 a.m., DFC E. Bradley was approached by a citizen who stated that a large crowd was in the Calypso Bay parking lot in Solomons Island and someone had a gun. DFC Bradley went to the area and observed a large crowd arguing. He saw a male drop a handgun magazine in front of him. He ordered the suspect to the ground and located a gun inside the suspect's vehicle. Damian Alexis Feliciano, 33 of Patuxent River, was arrested and charged with first degree assault, second degree assault, reckless conduct, two counts of carrying a dangerous weapon, transporting a handgun in a vehicle, and use of a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence. According to the victim, he and Feliciano had a verbal argument and Feliciano then retrieved the gun from his vehicle, pointed it at the victim and pulled the hammer back on the weapon. No one was injured.

BARRICADE: On June 17 at approximately 2015 hours, members of Calvert County Sheriff's Office and the Maryland State Police responded to 490 Round Up Road in Lusby for a domestic altercation. A subject, identified as Joshua Bruce, fired a shotgun in the air and entered the residence of 490 Round Up Road. After several unsuccessful attempts to make contact with Bruce the scene was declared a barricade. The Sheriff's Office Special Operations Team responded along with negotiators. It was later determined that Bruce had fled on foot and officers were unable to locate him. Bruce responded to the Sheriff's Office on June 18 where he is currently being interviewed by Officers.

ACCIDENT: On May 27, members from the Calvert County Sheriff's Office and MSP responded to the scene of a personal injury crash on Maryland Route 2 at the intersection of Lower Marlboro Road in Sunderland. Two of the subjects that were involved in the crash were receiving CPR. Due to the severity of the crash, members of the Crash Reconstruction Unit were asked to respond to the scene. Further investigation revealed that a 2007 silver Chevrolet Cobalt was traveling northbound along Maryland Route 2 slowing to turn left onto Lower Marlboro Road. A 2003 gold Honda Accord was traveling northbound on Maryland Route 2 and swerved to the left in an attempt to avoid striking the Chevrolet Cobalt that was slowing to make the turn. The Honda Accord struck the Chevrolet Cobalt on the left rear bumper then continued into the southbound lane of Maryland Route 2 where it collided in a head on offset with a 2004 green GMC Envoy. Post collision the Honda Accord burst into flames. One of the subjects in the Honda was trapped and was unconscious. Three citizens were able to remove the subject from the burning vehicle by pulling him through the passenger's side window. The three occupants in the Honda were from Baltimore. The driver of the Honda was flown to Med Star and the passengers were flown to Prince Georges Hospital Center. The occupants of the GMC Envoy were from Sunderland. The driver of the Envoy was flown to Med Star and the 7 year old granddaughter of the driver was flown to Children's Hospital. The occupants of the Chevrolet Cobalt were not injured. At the time of this press release all of the patients have been stabilized.

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