PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (Aug. 19, 2013)The Calvert County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.
WEEKLY SUMMARY: During the week of August 12 through August 18, deputies responded to 1,459 calls for service throughout the community.
CDS, CONCEALED DEADLY WEAPON CASE #13-48097: On August 13 at 7:32 a.m., DFC M. Velasquez responded to the Chesapeake Hills Golf Course on H.G. Trueman Road in Lusby for the report of an intoxicated person. An employed stated there was an intoxicated white male, later identified as Joseph Reynolds Dudley, 54 of Lusby, sleeping on the grass on the 11th hole of the course. The employee had awakened Dudley and asked if he was okay and told him he had to leave. Dudley replied that he was okay and went back to sleep. Velasquez made contact with Dudley and determined he was heavily intoxicated. An ambulance was called, paramedics checked Dudley and advised his vital signs were good but he was intoxicated. Dudley was in possession of a weapon and was subsequently arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, carrying a dangerous concealed weapon; a .22 caliber Cobra, possession of a schedule II drug; Dilaudid, two counts of possession of a schedule IV drug; Zolpidem, and transporting a handgun on his person.
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY CASE #13-48154: A homeowner in the 12400 block of El Segunda Lane in Lusby advised Cpl. M. Naecker that it appeared someone attempted to pry open her front door on August 13 between 11:30 a.m. and 1:20 p.m. One hundred dollars in damage was done but apparently no entry was made inside the home. The investigation continues.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT CASE #13-48291: On August 14 at 7:15 a.m., Cpl. A. Moschetto responded to Our Lady Star of the Sea Cemetery for the report of a vehicle riding around in the cemetery, tearing up the grass. Cpl. Moschetto observed the vehicle which drove in and parked in the church parking lot. A white female exited from the drivers seat. She appeared to stagger as she closed the vehicle door. Moschetto made contact with her and detected a strong odor of alcohol. She became belligerent and disorderly and was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct. She resisted arrest and was charged with that offense as well. She was identified as Theresa Colette Hebert, 54 of Sliatcook, Oklahoma. Hebert was also found to be driving on a suspended license.
THEFT CASE #13-48416: A victim advised DFC P. Aurich that he put outgoing mail in his mailbox at the end of his driveway on Tara Drive in Dunkirk on August 14 during the daytime hours for the mailman to pick up. A neighbor advised the victim that she found his mail in her trashcan. One piece of mail containing a check was not recovered. The investigation is continuing.
CDS VIOLATION CASE #13-48432: On August 14 at 8:30 p.m., a citizen called police and reported a possible drunk driver who had been following her on Md. Rt. 2 through the light at Md. Rt. 260. She stated that the vehicle followed her too closely and crossed the shoulder and yellow lines numerous times, causing on-coming traffic to swerve to avoid a collision. She stated the vehicle parked outside the Owings Subway Restaurant and the driver went inside. DFC R. Kreps made contact with the driver, identified as Michael Nicholas Johnson, 27 of Sunderland, who appeared intoxicated. Johnson was charged with driving under the influence, possession of a schedule I drug; Scooby Snax, a synthetic marijuana, and possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia; a multicolored smoking device.
CDS VIOLATION CASE #13-48482: On August 15 at 12:50 a.m., Cpl. G. Shrawder conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling at 89 mph in a 55 mph posted zone on Md. Rt. 4 at Saw Mill Road in Lusby. He made contact with the driver, identified as Terrance Perez Posey, 32 of Washington, D.C., who had slurred speech and droopy eyelids. Posey was found to be in possession of suspected drugs. He was arrested and charged with possession of a schedule I drug; K2/Spice/Bizarro, a synthetic marijuana and possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia; cigars.
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY CASE #13-48674: Unknown suspect(s) attempted to gain entry into a shed behind a home in the 7700 block of Pine Boulevard in Lusby on August 15 at around 11:15 p.m. The homeowner heard a banging noise and called out and saw three people run away. No entry was made and nothing was taken. The homeowner also advised that the center console was open in one of his vehicles but nothing was taken.
CDS VIOLATION CASE #13-48675: On August 15 at 11:27 p.m., DFC A. Mohler conducted a traffic stop on Dares Beach Road on a vehicle for crossing over the double yellow line on Dares Wharf Road in Prince Frederick. The driver, Aaron Joseph Bynum, 18 of Prince Frederick, was cited for possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia; a bag used to store a schedule I drug: K2/Spice, a synthetic marijuana. The passenger in the vehicle, Anthony Marc Owens, 24, also of Prince Frederick, was arrested and charged with possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia; a plastic bag used to store a schedule I drug; K2/Spice, a synthetic marijuana, and possession of a schedule II drug: Oxycodone, in sufficient quantity to indicate and intention to distribute.
BURGLARY CASE #13-49024: Someone pried open a door to gain entry into St. Nicholas Lutheran Church on Plum Point Road in Huntingtown although it does not appear that anything was taken. The burglary occurred sometime between August 11 and 16. Dep. P. Mosely is investigating.
THEFT FROM VEHICLE CASE #13-49078: Someone stole a gray Garmin GPS and a CD holder containing about 100 various CDs from an unlocked vehicle in the 600 block of San Gabriel Road in Lusby. Dep. G. Gott is investigating the theft which occurred sometime between August 16 and 17.
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