PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (Feb. 29, 2016)—The Calvert County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.
WEEKLY SUMMARY: During the week of February 22 through February 28, deputies responded to 1,569 calls for service throughout the community.
BURGLARY CASE #16-11319: On February 27, 2016, Deputy A. Woodford responded to Clyde Jones Road, in Owings, for a report of a burglary. The complainant reported that between 1:00pm on February 26 - 1:00pm on February 27, someone entered their shed. Nothing appears to be missing.
BURGLARY CASE #16-10435: On February 23, 2016, Deputy A. Ostazeski was dispatched to San Jose Lane, in Lusby, for a report of a home burglary. The victims stated their locked door was forced open and a box with medication was stolen.
BURGLARY CASE #16-10235: On February 22, 2016, Deputy A. Woodford responded to Decoy Drive, in Owings, for the report of an attempted burglary. Upon his arrival he made contact with the complainant who advised it appeared someone had tried to gain access to their house within the last couple of days. Entry to the home was not made but a basement window was broken.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY CASE #16-10786: On February 25, 2016, Deputy T. Holt responded to the Southern Maryland Community Center on Appeal Lane, Lusby, for the report of a destruction of property. Between 8:30am and 9:45am that morning, someone broke the passenger side window of a car parked in the lot. Nothing appears to be stolen at this time.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY CASE #16-10408: On February 23, 2016, Deputy G. Gott responded to South Solomons Island Road, in Solomons, for the report of property damage. The complainant reported his car, which was parked along the street, had a bullet hole through the window by an unknown type of gun, possibly a bb gun. This took place between 1:30pm - 2:00pm.
CDS VIOLATION CASE #16-11215: On February 26, 2016, Deputy S. Esposito attempted to conduct a patrol check on a vehicle driving unsafely, when the driver of the vehicle then accelerated to speeds in excess of 100 mph, attempting to elude Deputy Esposito. The fleeing vehicle finally came to a stop on Field Road, in Lusby. The driver, Tristao Commodore, 38, of Prince Frederick, was found to be disoriented and in possession of PCP. He was transported to the Detention Center and charged with possession of a non-narcotic drug (PCP) and multiple traffic violations.
CDS VIOLATION CASE #16-11208: On February 26, 2016, Deputy C. Ward conducted a patrol check on a vehicle at Route 260/Cox Road, Chesapeake Beach. He discovered the driver, Amber Stoneman, 19, of Owings, to be in possession of heroin and CDS paraphernalia (cut straw). She was arrested and transported to the Detention Center.
CDS VIOLATION CASE #16-10863: On February 25, 2016, Deputy D. Naughton conducted a patrol check on a vehicle he observed traveling with multiple violations. He determined the driver, Amanda Lankford, 27, of Lusby, to be in possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (Tramadol) and CDS Paraphernalia (plastic container). Lankford was arrested and transported to the Detention Center.
CDS VIOLATION CASE #16-10582: On February 24, 2016, Deputy J. Denton conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling on S. Solomons Island Road/Broomes Island Road, in Port Republic, with a damaged taillight. He discovered the driver, James Plater, 62, of Lusby, to be in possession of illegal paraphernalia (pipe) and was driving with a suspended license. Plater was arrested and transported to the Detention Center.
CDS VIOLATION CASE #16-10300: On February 23, 2016, Deputy D. Clark responded to the County Detention Center for the report of a CDS violation. He was notified that an inmate, Raymond Robinson, 26, of Owings, who returned from work release, had brought marijuana into the Detention Center. He was charged with possession of CDS while confined.
THEFT CASE #16- 11606: On February 28, 2016, Deputy C. Ward was dispatched to Lorins Drive, in Huntingtown, for the report of damaged to a mailbox. It was determined that multiple mailbox flags have been stolen from mailboxes (21) in the area over a period of several months. If anyone has witnessed suspicious activity in this area, they are asked to contact the Sheriff's Office.
THEFT CASE #16-11408: On February 25, 2016, Deputy K. Williamson was dispatched to Calvert High School for the report of a stolen Samsung Galaxy S4 cell phone. The student inadvertently left their phone behind in a classroom and upon returning to retrieve it, discovered it stolen.
THEFT CASE #16-10792: On February 25, 2016, Deputy P. Aurich responded to the Dunkirk Walmart for the report of a shoplifting in progress. A male suspect attempted to hide videos in a large container; and upon being challenged by store security, released the items and fled the store.
THEFT CASE #16-10404: On February 23, 2016, Deputy J. Hardesty responded to Queensberry Drive, in Huntingtown, for the report of a theft. The complainant realized that a delivered UPS package was stolen the day it was delivered, February 12. The theft took place between 1:30pm - 2:30pm.
THEFT CASE #16-10256: On February 22, 2016, Deputy J. Migliaccio arrived at Towne Center Blvd., in Dunkirk, for the report of a theft. While the victim was shopping at a local business, someone shattered their car window and stole the victim's purse laying on the front seat.
THEFT CASE #16-10254: On February 22, 2016, Deputy J. Migliaccio arrived at Oxford Way, in Huntingtown, in response to a theft from auto complaint. He was advised that sometime overnight someone has entered several unlocked vehicles in the driveway and stole a purse, credit cards, identification, money and cables.
THEFT CASE #16-10250: On February 22, 2016, Deputy J. Migliaccio arrived at Hoile Lane, Huntingtown, in response to a theft from auto complaint. Sometime overnight an unknown suspect(s) stole items (a white and blue electric guitar and money) out of two (2) unlocked vehicles in the driveway.
THEFT CASE #16-10231: On February 22, 2016, Deputy J. Hardesty took a report for a theft from an unlocked vehicle parked on Mayberry Avenue, in Huntingtown. A Garmin Nuvi GPS and money were stolen some time overnight.
THEFT CASE #16-10196: On February 22, 2016, Deputy J. Hardesty took a report for a theft from an unlocked vehicle parked on Marigold's Way, in Huntingtown. The victim left his vehicle unlocked and suspect(s) stole a GPS, Apple Iphone charger and two (2) flashlights.
WEAPONS VIOLATION CASE #16- 11238: On February 26, 2016, Deputy C. Fox conducted a patrol check on two (2) vehicles parked at the Bayfront Park parking lot after hours. He discovered Jackson Clay, 19, of Deale, to be in possession of an illegal amount of marijuana (12+ grams) and in possession of a handgun. He was transported to the Detention Center and charged accordingly.
WEAPONS VIOLATION CASE #16-10312: On February 23, 2016, Deputy J. Buck conducted a patrol check on a vehicle parked in the woods near Grays Road, in Port Republic. He discovered one of the occupants, Justin Weaver, 19, of Chesapeake Beach, to be in possession of a weapon. He was charged with concealing a deadly weapon and transported to the Detention Center.
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://so.md/calvertcrimesolvers. Information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect could result in a $1,000 reward.
Disclaimer: In the U.S.A., all persons accused of a crime by the State are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. See: http://so.md/presumed-innocence. Additionally, all of the information provided above is solely from the perspective of the respective law enforcement agency and does not provide any direct input from the accused or persons otherwise mentioned. You can find additional information about the case by searching the Maryland Judiciary Case Search Database using the accused's name and date of birth. The database is online at http://so.md/mdcasesearch . Persons named who have been found innocent or not guilty of all charges in the respective case, and/or have had the case ordered expunged by the court can have their name, age, and city redacted by following the process defined at http://so.md/expungeme.