PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (Sept. 29, 2014)The Calvert County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.
MOTORCYCLE PURSUIT: On September 28 at approximately 1635 hours, a pursuit of six sport-bike style motorcycles was initiated by Dfc. Velasquez and D/S Buck on Rt. 4 in the St. Leonard area. The motorcycles were traveling in excess of 100 mph. D/S Ward pulled in front of the motorcycles as they approached Rt. 4 and the south entrance of Main St. in Prince Frederick. The motorcycles then split up, with two turning down Main St., two making a U-turn and going back south on Rt. 4, and one continuing north on Rt. 4. D/S Ward along with other units continued to pursue the motorcycle that continued north on Rt. 4. Units lost sight of that motorcycle and the pursuit was terminated. A short time later, a citizen called the Sheriff's Office and advised that they had witnessed the pursuit and saw one of the motorcycles involved in the pursuit turn into the trailer park at the end of German Chapel Rd. Units responded to German Chapel Rd. and contacted the subject. D/S ward was able to identify the motorcycle and the subject as being one of the subjects that made a U-turn and went back south on Rt. 4. The subject was identified as David Anthony Madison II, D.O.B. 06/06/90, of Westminster. Madison was run through field sobriety tests and performed poorly. He was arrested for DUI.
ACCIDENT: On September 27 at approximately 0908 hours, members of the patrol bureau and Crash Reconstruction Team responded to Maryland Route 260 and Saint Andrews Drive in Chesapeake Beach for a report of a motor vehicle collision involving two pedestrians. Preliminary investigation revealed a 2013 Hyundai passenger vehicle operated by Megan Sullivan, 29, of Chesapeake Beach, had entered the roadway from Saint Andrews Drive and for unknown reasons left the travel portion of the roadway and struck two pedestrians who were jogging on the shoulder. The pedestrians were identified as Katie Allen, 28, of Owings, and Thomas Molino, 20, of Lothian. Members of the Dunkirk and North Beach Volunteer Fire Department arrived on scene and initially treated Allen and Molino who were later transported to Prince Georges Hospital Center via Maryland State Police Medevac. Allen and Molino are listed in Stable condition. The driver of the vehicle remained on scene and was the first to call 911. No charges have been made at this time. Sgt. R. Selkirk of the Crash Reconstruction Team is investigating the collision. Anyone with information related to this investigation may contact the Sheriffs Office at 410-535-2800 or via email at selkirrc [at] co.cal.md.us.
WEEKLY SUMMARY: During the week of September 22 through September 28, deputies responded to 1,250 calls for service throughout the community.
THEFT CASE #14-53782: Unknown suspect(s) stole $3,000 worth of welding rods and copper wire from a business on Industrial Drive in Owings sometime between September 19 and 22. DFC Y. Bortchevsky is handling the investigation.
THEFT FROM VEHICLES CASE #14-53898: Six vehicles parked outside a business on Investment Court in Owings were broken into on September 23 between 3:30 and 4:30 in the morning. The suspect(s) broke windows and door handles to gain access to the inside of the vehicles to steal radios, batteries, cables and instrument clusters. The total amount of damage and theft is $1,850. DFC J. Migliaccio is investigating.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY CASE #14-53958: Someone spray painted the boards of the board walk at the Wetlands Overlook Park in North Beach between September 22 and 23. The amount of damage is estimated at $500. Dep. W. Beisel is investigating.
CDS VIOLATION CASE #14-54088: On September 24 at 10:20 a.m. DFC R. Cress conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the parking lot of the Huntingtown 7-11 convenience store. He found the driver, William Thomas Murphy, 38 of Prince Frederick, to be driving on a revoked license and to be in possession of suspected drugs. Murphy was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine and possession of oxycodone.
BURGLARY CASE #14-54287: Someone entered a barn located behind a home on Holland Cliffs Road in Huntingtown and damaged two Jet Skis' mirrors and speedometers that were kept inside. The culprit(s) also broke 16 single pane glass windows on the barn. Total damage is estimated at $5,000. The damage occurred overnight between September 24 and 25. Dep. W. Rector is handling the investigation.
THEFT CASE #14-54447: A citizen called police on September 26 at 2:43 p.m. to report that she had just observed 2 black men walk out of Peebles Department Store in Prince Frederick each carrying an armload of folded clothes. The two men got into a waiting vehicle driven by a third male and the car then sped away. Initial inventory by store personnel revealed that approximately $3,000 in clothing was stolen. Anyone with information is asked to contact Dep. J. Buck at 410-535-2800.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY CASE #14-54670: Someone caused $1,500 in damage to a vehicle parked outside a home on Covenant Court in Owings when they ripped off the driver door handle. It does not appear that entry inside the vehicle was made and nothing was taken. The damage occurred overnight between September 25 and 26. Dep. J. Buck is investigating.
CDS VIOLATION CASE #14-54793: On September 28 at 3:54 a.m. Dep. M. Trigg observed a vehicle sitting in the travel portion of the roadway at Dares Beach Road and Double Oak Road in Prince Frederick. He made contact with the 2 occupants of the vehicle. He found the passenger, Patrick Kyle Gonyo, 18 of Huntingtown, to be in possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana and charged him.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY CASE #14-54811 & 54851: Unknown suspect(s) spray painted graffiti on two vehicles and a lamp post at a home on Blackberry Lane in Prince Frederick and another vehicle on Whispering Drive during the early morning hours on September 28. The windows of another home on Whispering Drive and the mailbox all had graffiti on them. Dep. J. Buck is investigating.
Citizens with information on any of the reported crimes above, or any criminal activity in Calvert County, who wish to report it anonymously can now access the Calvert County Crime Solvers website via http://somd.me/calvertcrimesolvers. Information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect could result in a $1,000 reward.
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