Police Beat: Punk left basketball camp in Pittsburgh with a stolen cell phone; owner tracked it down to Calvert County residence

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Southern Maryland Police Beat

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — A local heathen got a lesson in hi-tech theft prevention over his recent illegal acquisition of a cell phone when away at basketball camp. On 6/22/14 at 11:33 pm, Trooper First Class Matthews and Trooper Rowe responded to the 800 block of Calvert Towne Dr. in Prince Frederick in an attempt to locate a cell phone previously reported missing from a basketball camp in Pittsburg.  The complainant tracked it to this location with the “Track my Iphone” application.  A fourteen year old juvenile, who had attended the camp, was found to be in possession of the missing Iphone.  He was arrested and released to his parent.

Never got writer’s cramp in cranking out fake payments

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. A— Maryland State Police report that on 6/16/14 at 2:20 pm, Trooper Rucker received a report of a theft/embezzlement from a company located in the 300 block of Steeple Chase Dr. in Prince Frederick.  Investigation revealed that an employee had allegedly been writing checks for services that had not been provided to clients.  An Application for Charges is pending for Pamela J. Newton, 40 of Lusby.

None dare call it auto theft

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — Police say that on 6/16/14 at 5:57 pm, Trooper Rowe received a report of the removal and unauthorized use of motor vehicle from a location on Skipjack Rd. in Prince Frederick.   The victim reported that Daniel L. Dumonde, 62, unknown address, had allegedly removed a Ford Edge without permission and had failed to return the vehicle.  Investigation continues.

A Mystery

LUSBY, MD. — What evil lurks in the hearts of men? On 6/17/14 at 4:27 pm, Trooper First Class Saucerman responded to the 8000 block of Nursery Rd. in Lusby for a reported theft.  Investigation continues.

Maryland State Police Academy Cadets at the Old Confederate Soldiers Home in Pikesville. The thief likely has this tag on his vehicle

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. If you see the following Maryland tag, call the cops. On 6/20/14 at 9:21 am, Sergeant Chirichella received a report of a registration plate being stolen from a vehicle.  The victim reported that the front license plate had been removed from the vehicle.  The Maryland registration plate 6AW8108 has been entered into NCIC/MILES.

Heathens rip off tools

OWINGS, MD. — Maryland State police report that  on 6/20/14 at 10:08 am, Trooper First Class Follin responded to the 9300 block of Boyds Turn Rd. in Owings for a reported burglary from a shed at the residence.  Unknown suspect(s) broke the locks off the victim’s sheds and removed two small air compressors, A Dewalt Miter Saw, A Homelite Left Blower, two Dewalt impact drills, a two cycle gas yard trimmer, and two plastic tool boxes containing numerous hand tools.  Investigation continues.

Ranch Club  Riff-Raff Ransacked Home and Ripped off Favorite Belt Buckle

LUSBY, MD. — A home was burglarized during the night, while the residents were sleeping. Too bad they didn’t awaken and blow the bozos to Kingdom Come.  LIGHT UP, LOCK UP AND LOAD UP.

Police say that on 6/21/14 at 11:32 am, Trooper Riddle responded to the 11600 block of Cowpoke Circle in Lusby for a reported attempted burglary and destruction of property.  The victims reported that upon awaking, they found several items out of place on the lower level of their residence.  The TV had been removed from the stand and was set on the floor.  All of the closet doors were open and numerous items were moved from their original locations.  A laptop computer, a knife and a belt buckle with a picture of a bulldozer on it were missing.  Investigation continues.

Southern Maryland Police BeatPolice Beat: High Times at the Super 8

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. – Police report that on 6/21/14 at 10:42 pm, Trooper First Class Smith responded to the Super 8 Motel in Prince Frederick for a reported controlled dangerous substance complaint.  The manager reported having smelled marijuana emitting from one of the rooms.  The occupants were asked about the marijuana odor and they stated that they had smoked it earlier.  They gave consent to enter the room and search.  No marijuana was located, however, narcotics were found.  David R. Speakman, 20 of St. Leonard, was arrested for possession of prescription drugs for which he did not have a prescription.  He was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.


 DWI Arrests

Name Age Date of Arrest Address Arresting Trooper
Justin M. Reynolds 22 06/18/14 @ 01:58 am Huntingtown, MD TFC S. Lewis
Jared J. Baranowski 20 6/21/14 @ 12:24 am Port Republic, MD TFC D. Saucerman
William O. Jenkins 42 06/21/14 @ 05:27 pm District Heights, MD TPR. J. Warrick
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