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Calvert County Sheriff's Reports

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (July 9, 2012)—The Calvert County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.

WEEKLY SUMMARY: During the week of July 2 through July 8, deputies responded to 1,614 calls for service throughout the community.

THEFTS FROM VEHICLES: Several vehicles were broken into or unlawfully entered between June 29 and July 5. A vehicle on 12th Street in Chesapeake Beach, one on Barreda Boulevard and one on Robin Court in Lusby, a vehicle in the service area of Prince Frederick Ford and a vehicle parked outside the Marriott Spring Hill Suites in Prince Frederick all had items that include radios, Garmin GPS units, toolboxes and sunglasses stolen. The Calvert Investigative Team is investigating.

THEFT FROM VEHICLE: Unknown suspect(s) entered a vehicle and stole a black Chanel wallet valued at $200. The theft occurred sometime between July 4 at 9:30 p.m. and July 5 at 12:30 on Rawhide Road in Lusby. Cpl. R. Selkirk is investigating.

BURGLARY: A home on Cove Point Road in Lusby was burglarized sometime on July 4 and over $4000 worth of items was stolen. One Kindle in a green leather case, a Kindle Fire in a black leather case, a Fossil gray watch, a Citizen Eco Drive watch and two Ipod Nano's were stolen. DFC R. Weems is investigating.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On July 4 at 11:29 a.m. Cpl. T. Smith responded to the Prince Frederick WaWa convenience store for the report of an intoxicated female using profanity. He made contact with Debra Lynn Hall, 55 of Huntingtown, who was being assisted with standing upright by customers. Hall continued to use profanity after she was asked to stop. She was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A victim advised Cpl. R. Selkirk on July 4 that at around 10:30 p.m. that evening she heard the glass break in the window next to her bed at a home on Brookeview Court in Chesapeake Beach. Cpl. Selkirk observed a quarter-size hole in the glass and found a bullet from an unknown sized caliber weapon. The victim was not injured. Cpl. Selkirk is continuing the investigation.

UNATTENDED CHILD: On July 5 at 12:23 p.m. DFC M. Robshaw responded to the parking lot in front of the Family Dollar store in Prince Frederick for the report of an unattended child in a vehicle. He observed a small child sitting alone in a parked vehicle. He then observed a woman leave the store and get into the driver's seat. He made contact with the woman who stated she had only run into the store to purchase one item and had asked two males who were standing outside the store to watch the child. Robshaw made contact with the two males who advised that the woman had not asked either of them to watch the child. Another witness further advised Robshaw that she had also seen the woman leave the child unattended in the vehicle while she went to another store in the same shopping center. Robshaw cited Sonya Denise Jones, 44 of Prince Frederick, with confining a child in a motor vehicle.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: A man who was sleeping on top of a vehicle on July 6 at around 11:00 p.m. behind the Wemyss Liquor store in St. Leonard was ultimately arrested for disorderly conduct. Cpl. D. Canning and DFC C. Ward woke the man, who appeared intoxicated, who became belligerent and was cursing loudly. The suspect caused scratches to the vehicle, which did not belong to him. John Mark Faulkner, Jr., 21 of Dunkirk, was subdued and arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, defacing personal property, and being intoxicated and endangering his own safety.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On July 6 at 8:16 p.m. Cpl. R. Selkirk responded to a home on Chesapeake Avenue in North Beach for a reported domestic situation. He made contact with Alfred Glenn Claggett, 42. Claggett was initially cooperative but then became angry and started using profanity toward the officers. Claggett was arrested and charged with disorderly.

TRESPASS: Two intoxicated men were arrested at the Prince Frederick Safeway by Dep. P. Mosely on July 6 at 8:22 p.m. A store employee advised Dep. Mosely that both men had been advised on previous dates not to enter or stand on the property of Safeway. The employee stated that both men were being disorderly and refused to leave. Nathan J. Williams, 45 and Steven B. Young, 54, both of Prince Frederick, were arrested and charged with trespass.

DRUG ARREST: On July 6 at 11:12 a.m. DFC Lord responded to the Prince Frederick Walmart for the report of someone trying to sell gift cards in the parking lot. He made contact with two individuals who admitted to trying to sell the gift cards and they had a purchase receipt for them. They indicated they were trying to make some money. One of the subjects was found to have suspected drug paraphernalia. Jason Butler Nichols, 28 of Waldorf, was arrested and charged with possession of controlled paraphernalia, hypodermic syringe needles.

DRUG ARREST: On July 8 at 3:02 a.m. DFC R. Weems found the driver of a vehicle stopped for a traffic violation on Md. Rt. 4 and Sweetwater Road in Lusby to be in possession of suspected drug paraphernalia. Joel Anthony Solan, 21 of St. Leonard, was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance of schedule I (spice, a synthetic marijuana), and possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia, a red glass pipe.

THEFT: While conducting routine patrol in the Dunkirk area on July 8 at 2:15 a.m. Cpl. D. Canning observed a vehicle parked in the Southern Memorial Gardens Cemetery. He made contact with the driver and after some questioning, the man admitted he had stolen items from two grave sites. Six solar powered lamps and a wooden lighthouse were recovered from the suspect's car and returned to the original grave sites. Richard Michael Kendall, 42 of Dunkirk, was arrested and charged with two counts of theft less than $1000, and theft scheme less than $1000.

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY: It appears that someone attempted to gain entry into a home on Thunderbird Drive in Lusby on an unknown date. Nothing appears to have been stolen. Cpl. S. Parrish is investigating.

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