PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (Sept. 13, 2016)—The Calvert County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.
WEEKLY SUMMARY: During the week of September 6 through September 11, deputies responded to 1,278 calls for service throughout the community.
BURGLARY CASE #16-51267: On September 9, Deputy J. Ward was dispatched to Ridgeway Terrace in Prince Frederick for the report of a burglary. He met with a home inspector who reported sometime between September 6–9th, someone removed kitchen cabinets, a sink, dishwasher and countertop from a home being renovated. The point of entry appears to be a rear sliding glass door, which was slightly opened.
BURGLARY CASE #16-51172: On September 8, Deputy C. Callison was called to Sixes Road in Prince Frederick for a report of a burglary. The victim stated while he was away and working outside in his yard, someone entered his home and stole money from a container. This crime took place sometime between 8:00am to 7:30pm.
BURGLARY CASE #16-50669: On September 6, Deputy J. Ward was dispatched for an attempted burglary of the Calvert Gallery located on S. Solomons Island Road in Prince Frederick. The complainant reported seeing scratches to the lock and front exterior door frame, which he did not observe the evening before.
Amber Stoneman, 20, of Owings and Jahoon Naimi-Ezami, 32, of Owings. Booking photos.
CDS VIOLATION CASE #16-51799: On September 11, at approximately 7:00pm, Deputy N. Buckler responded to the Sunderland 7-11 on Dalrymple Road for the report of a female passed out behind the wheel of a vehicle parked at the gas pumps. He came in contact with Amber Stoneman, 20, of Owings, and determined she had used heroin earlier and was unable to drive. Stoneman was transported to the Detention Center for Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (Heroin) and Possession of Paraphernalia (syringe).
CDS VIOLATION CASE #16-51189: On September 8, at approximately 11:00pm, Deputy J. Livingston responded to the 7-11 on Hallowing Point Road in Prince Frederick for the report of a possible drunk driver. He observed a vehicle parked in the parking lot, with the engine running and the driver's door open. When he made contact with Jahoon Naimi-Ezami, 32, of Owings, he responded with slurred speech and was unable to keep his balance. He was charged and arrested for Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (Oxycontin) and Possession of Paraphernalia (syringe).
Gary Wommack, 32, of Lusby and Raymond Williams, 21, of Prince Frederick. Booking photos.
CDS VIOLATION CASE #16-50837: On September 7, at approximately 5:00pm, Deputy S. Moran was dispatched to Crazy Horse Trail in Lusby for the report of a trespassing and possible destruction of property. After speaking with the complainant, he was able to locate the suspect, Gary Wommack, 32, of Lusby, walking along Cattle Drive Lane/Catalina Drive. He observed Wommack to be in possession of a clear plastic bag containing a powdery substance. He was then transported to the Calvert County Detention Center, where he was issued the appropriate charging documents for Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (Heroin).
WEAPON VIOLATION CASE #16-51453: On September 10, at approximately 12:30am, Deputy R. Evans observed a vehicle at Wilson Court/Main Street in Prince Frederick drive through a stop sign without making the required stop. He was able to make contact with the driver, Raymond Williams, 21, of Prince Frederick, at the intersection of Main Street/Old Field Lane. He discovered Williams to be in Possession of a gun and brass knuckles. He was arrested and transported to the Detention Center where he was issued the appropriate charging documents.
DAMAGED PROPERTY CASE #16-50874: On September 7, Deputy P. Wood responded to Pine Trail in Lusby, for the report of a destruction of property. The victim reported that sometime between 4:30pm on September 5th and 1:30pm on September 6, an unknown person(s) scratched a vehicle on the driver's door, rear quarter panel and trunk. The vehicle was parked in the driveway; no known suspects at this time.
THEFT CASE #16-51253: On September 9, Deputy R. Burggraff was dispatched to Old Airpark Lane in Owings in response to a theft complaint. The victim advised that he left his wallet in his unlocked vehicle overnight and discovered the wallet, several credit cards and money missing the next morning.
THEFT CASE #16-50908: On September 7, Deputy B. Robinson responded to Old Jones Lane in Dunkirk for the report of a theft. The victim reported a rear license plate stolen from their vehicle sometime between 9:00am on September 4—4:00pm on September 7th.
THEFT CASE #16-50895: On September 8, Deputy R. Spalding was called to the Sheriff's Office to speak with a victim who wanted to report a theft. The victim stated that someone stole a bag of clothes and medication from his vehicle. He believes the items were stolen between 8:00pm—10:00pm that evening when he parked his vehicle at the Dunkirk Giant grocery store and the Dash In on Chesapeake Beach Road in Owings.
THEFT CASE #16-50886: On September 7, Deputy R. Spalding was called to the Sheriff's Office to speak with a victim wanting to report a theft. The complainant stated he had a contractor working at his home on Bayview Drive in Chesapeake Beach, and upon finishing the work, he discovered his Bosch Jig Saw, several other saws and a carrying case were missing. This case remains open pending further investigative contacts.
THEFT CASE #16-50846: On September 7, Deputy B. Robinson was dispatched to the Tractor Supply store, located on N. Solomons Island Road in Huntingtown, for the report of a theft. The management staff advised that thirty (30) wooden pallets, observed in their parking lot on September 4th, were missing from the side of the building.
THEFT CASE #16-50647: On September 6, Deputy K. Williamson responded to the Nicks of Calvert store in Prince Frederick for the report of a theft. The Manager stated thirty-five (35) wooden pallets were stolen between 10:30pm—11:30pm last evening and that this has been an ongoing issue. Sheriff Deputies have responded on previous occasions since February for the same crime.
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