PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (Sept. 19, 2016)—The Prince Frederick Barrack of the Maryland State Police (MSP) today released the following incident and arrest reports.
TAKE BACK DAY FOR PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS: September 24 will be another opportunity to bring those no longer used prescriptions or over the counter meds to the mail box in front of the barrack. Even though this can be done any day throughout the year, twice a year we do a take back day to help remind us all that keeping drugs of abuse in our homes can result in them being resold or taken illegally. Further, it cuts down on groundwater contamination. So get them all together and place them into the mailbox. It is simple to do and will make you feel better.
UNLAWFULLY CARRYING WEAPON: On 9/13/2016 at 8:29 am, Trooper First Class Casarella stopped a vehiicle on Rt. 4 near Broomes Island Rd. for traffic violations. While speaking with the driver, John C. Parker, 52, of St. Leonard, he stated he had a permit to carry a concealed firearm. However, upon presenting this to TFC Casarella, it was discovered that the permit had expired over 18 months ago. TFC Casarella took possession of the firearm and on September 16th, Mr. Parker was issued a criminal summons for having a handgun in his vehicle.
STOLEN REGISTRATION PLATES: On 9/15/2016 at 10:06 am, Trooper First Class Warrick responded to the 100 block of Central Drive to serve a warrant. Timothy Gray, 51, of Prince Frederick, was located and arrested. During the incident, it was discovered that the registration plate on Gray’s vehicle was a stolen tag from Anne Arundel County. The registration plate was removed and taken back to the MSP Barrack in Prince Frederick. Gray was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center. Gray was charged with Theft: Less $1000 value.
POSSESSION OF OXYCODONE & SUBOXONE: On 9/16/2016 at 9:06 pm, Corporal Esnes stopped a vehicle on Rt. 4 prior to Stoakley Rd. in Prince Frederick for traffic violations. Cpl. Esnes called for a K9 scan and positive alerts were observed. Suboxone and Oxycodone were located. Luke R. Albanna, 33, of Huntingtown, was arrested. During the arrest, Albanna began to make statements causing concern and he was transported to the hospital for evaluation. An application has been filed for criminal charges to be served at a later date.
Terry J. Gross, 57, of Lusby, arrested on 09/13/2016 @ 09:13 pm by Cpl. J. Oles
Paul M. Johnson, 22, of Port Republic, arrested on 09/15/2016 @ 02:01 am by TFC K. Rowe
Lawrence K. Williams, 33, of Accokeek, arrested on 09/15/2016 @ 06:01 am by TFC K. Rowe
Frank K. White, 32, of Levittown, Penna., arrested on 09/17/2016 @ 12:25 am by TPR P. Kaitz
Shanove T. Coby, 39, of Lusby, arrested on 09/17/2016 @ 12:34 am by TFC K. Rowe
Robert D. Taylor, 22, of Port Tobacco, arrested on 09/18/2016 @ 09:16 pm by TFC S. Matthews
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