Police Beat: Queen Anne’s Sheriff’s Deputies nab fugitive Teddy Lee

 

Teddy Lee under arrest in Queen Anne's County Md.

Teddy Lee under arrest in Queen Anne’s County Md.

CHESTERTOWN, MD. — Queen Anne’s County Sheriff reports that on August 11 at 0146 Hours:

Thanks to family members and community members in Dominion, suspect Teddy Lee is now in custody.

He is charged with 1st degree assault, two count 2nd degree assault and MDOP plus a second warrant for Violation of Probation.

If you have information on any of the cases below you are asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at (410) 758-0770 or email at sheriff-info@qac.org

INCIDENT: Recovered Stolen Vehicle DATE / TIME: 07/27/2014 @ 1216 Hours LOCATION: 300 Block of Burchard Sawmill Road, Chestertown (QA) Eastern Shore Police BeatNARRATIVE: Deputy Walch checked the area for a suspicious vehicle call. He located a tan Chevrolet Silverado parked on the side of the roadway with a window down. A computer check showed the truck to be stolen from Kent County. A deputy from Kent County responded and took custody of the vehicle

DEPUTY: Deputy Joe Walch CASE: 14-24190 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Burglary DATE / TIME: 07/28/2014 @ 0658 Hours

LOCATION: 601 Ruthsburg Road, Centreville VICTIM: Centreville Manufacturing

NARRATIVE: General manager at the business reported arriving to work and finding several doors unsecured and further in the building the safe room door had been smashed to gain access. An undisclosed amount of cash was missing and damages were estimated at over $1000. The burglary occurred sometime between July 26th and July 28th.

DEPUTY: Deputy Pat Sellers CASE: 14-24266 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Rogue & Vagabond DATE / TIME: 07/28/2014 @ 0530 Hours

LOCATION: Railroad Avenue and Goldsboro Road Barclay

VICTIM: Sara & Norman Clough / Robin Nicholson

NARRATIVE: The Cloughs reported letting their dog out early in the morning and when checking to see why it was barking realized someone had been in her car. Loose change and her husband wallet with his ID and credit cards were taken. A second report came in around 0948 hours from Robin Nicholson on Goldsboro Road. She found her glove box open but nothing is believed to have been taken.

DEPUTY: Deputy Joey Timms CASE: 14-24261 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: MDOP DATE / TIME: 07/29/2014 @ 0522 Hours

LOCATION: 300 Block of Wallman Way, Stevensville

VICTIM: Ashley O’Brien of Stevensville

NARRATIVE: Victim reported her vehicle was parked at her residence and in the morning she saw that the glove compartment had been damaged. Nothing was reported missing and the damage was estimated at $200

DEPUTY: Dfc. Chris Neall CASE: 14-24373 ***************************************************************

INCIDENT: MDOP DATE / TIME: 07/29/2014 @ 1207 Hours LOCATION: Serenity Lane Chester

VICTIM: Serenity Lane Community Members

NARRATIVE: A Community member reported a custom street sign valued at $400 had been recently damaged. Unknown person(s) had broken the sign into several pieces.

DEPUTY: Deputy Kevin Fleck CASE: 14-24421 *************************************************************

INCIDENT: Theft DATE / TIME: 07/30/2014 @ 2006 Hours

LOCATION: 202 Drummer Lane, Grasonville

VICTIM: Back Yard Billy’s ARREST: Pending CHARGE: Theft

NARRATIVE: Employees at Back Yard Billy’s reported a female had taken a table from the business with paying for it. They saw the female drive away in a gray Honda Accord and that the table was in the front seat. The table had a retail price of $200. The subject was located by deputies on Collier Lane but no longer had the table and denied taking it. She was identified as a 33 year old local female and the information provided to the employees for charges.

DEPUTY: Deputy Joe Walch CASE: 14-23620 ********************************************

INCIDENT: Illegal Alien DATE / TIME: 07/31/2014 @ 0450 Hours

LOCATION: 2500 Block of Bloomingdale Road, Queenstown

ARREST: Hector Antoni Canales-Granados (36) of Queenstown

CHARGE: Illegal Alien / Non-Compliant Sex Offender

NARRATIVE: Working with Homeland Security ICE Agent it was learned that Hector Canales-Granados was illegally living in the area of Queenstown. He had been convicted in 2009 of a second degree rape and had been ordered to register as a sex offender before being deported.

In July 2011, Canales-Granados was located and arrested in Dorchester County and deported a second time.

On 7/31 Detectives from the Sheriff’s Criminal Investigation Unit, Patrol Deputies and an ICE Agent located a vehicle that Canales-Granados was reported to be operating at a residence on Bloomingdale Road.

No one in the house responded, however two subjects were located in the back yard they advised they were there to meet Canales-Granados for work and that he was in the house. A female answered the door about a half an hour later and denied Canales-Granados was there. A search later located the suspect in a closet of a home office. Hector Canales-Granados was transported to the Baltimore office of Homeland Security / ICE where he faces federal charges.

DEPUTY: Cpl. Troy Lowery ASSIST: Sheriff’s CIU and Patrol Units & ICE CASE: 14-24653 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Theft from Vehicle DATE / TIME: 07/31/2014 @ 0727

LOCATION: 400 Block of Bay City Road / 800 Block of Buckingham Drive, 300 Block of McKay Road, Stevensville

VICTIM: Christelle Wiseman / Christine Torian / John Bailey all of Stevensville

NARRATIVE: Victims reported someone had entered the unlocked vehicles during the night and had taken items. Ms. Newman reported several dollars of loose change stolen, Ms. Torian was missing an iPod, an Apple laptop and several dollars of change and Mr. Bailey a Tag Heuer wrist watch. The items stolen were valued at over $3300.

DEPUTY: Dfc. Seth Ambrose ASSIST: Deputy J. Walch CASE: 14-24666 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Theft DATE / TIME: 07/31/2014 @ 1449 Hours LOCATION: 1900 block of Harbor Drive, Chester VICTIM: Durye Smith of Chester

NARRATIVE: Victim reported his 10’ gray plastic boat, a mercury 5HP motor and a fishing rod was stolen from the rear of his residence sometime between July 22nd and July 31st. The items were valued at $1650.

DEPUTY: Dfc. Seth Ambrose CASE: 14-24735 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Theft DATE / TIME: 08/01/2014 @ 0623 Hours

LOCATION: Prospect Bay Country Club, Grasonville VICTIM: Prospect Bay Country Club, Grasonville

NARRATIVE: A manager at the Golf Course advised that a group of kids had been told to stopping walking on the putting greens and other locations on the course. A check this morning showed that the greens at several holes and been walked on sometime after 2200 hours the night before causing minor damage. The #14 flag pole had also been stolen and was valued at $80.

DEPUTY: Deputy Brad Martz CASE: 14-24800 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Rogue & Vagabond DATE / TIME: 08/01/2014 @ 0029 Hours

LOCATION: 700 Block of Bayside Drive, Stevensville

VICTIM: Donald W. Smith of Stevensville

NARRATIVE: Victim reported seeing the interior light of his pickup come on looked out his window and saw an unknown male with brown hair in the driveway. A search of the area failed to locate the suspect and a check of vehicles in the driveway appeared nothing had been taken.

DEPUTY: Deputy Joseph Walch CASE: 14-24787 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Theft from Vehicle DATE / TIME: 08/01/2014 @ 1134 Hours

LOCATION: 500 Block of Paul Drive, Stevensville

VICTIM: William Hyers of Stevensville NARRATIVE: Victim reported the theft of a Cannon digital camera and $25 cash from his Lincoln parked in his driveway. The theft occurred sometime between 7/28 to 8/1. No damage was done to the vehicle.

DEPUTY: Dfc. Chris Ahearn CASE: 14-24829 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Assault DATE / TIME: 08/01/2014 @ 1432 Hours

LOCATION: Kent Towne Market Shopping Center, Chester

NARRATIVE: Deputies responded to location for a reported argument between two men. On arrival both parties were contacted. One man reported that the other had threatened him with a knife. The second male stated that the other party had cut him off and taken a parking space and that his passenger had yelled at him. When the argument became more heated, he admitted to showing the subject a knife, however had never exited his vehicle. While showing a deputy the knife, a set of brass knuckles was observed and seized. As the incident calmed down, neither party desired charges. Charges are pending for possession of the seized weapons.

DEPUTY: Dfc. Chad Hartmetz CASE: 14-24848 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Underage Possession of Alcohol DATE / TIME: 08/01/2014 @ 1855 Hours

LOCATION: Queenstown CITATION: Chance Jay Miller (20) of Centreville

CHARGE: Underage Possession of Alcohol

NARRATIVE: A Mazda Pickup was stopped for equipment violations near the RT 50 & RT 301 split. During the stop a 30 pack of beer was observed and that a friend had purchased it for him. Miller was issued a civil citation for possession and released.

DEPUTY: Dfc. Chad Hartmetz CASE: 14-24868 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Suspicious Activity DATE / TIME: 08/01/2014 @ 1855 Hours

LOCATION: Main Street, Stevensville VICTIM: Female (young teenager) of Stevensville

NARRATIVE: The victim told her parent that she had been approached by a man in a red Saturn passenger car and told her to get in the car. When she told the man no, he drove off. With a description of the car and the man, he was located nearby and identified as local resident (early 40’s). He stated he had offered the girl a ride and had no idea she was that young. At this time no charges have been issued. DEPUTY: Deputy Kevin Fleck CASE: 14-24869 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Burglary DATE / TIME: 08/01/2014 @ 2220 Hours

LOCATION: 100 Block of Scheaffer Road, Chestertown (QA) VICTIM: Carrie H. Fleeman of Chestertown (QA)

NARRATIVE: Victim reported leaving the residence in the morning and returning late that evening. After being home for 45 minutes, she started to realize items missing despite the house appearing to be secure. A Toshiba laptop, shoes, assorted hand tools, clothing and cologne and valued at over $5000. Investigation remains open… DEPUTY: Deputy Pat Sellers CASE: 14-24889 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Theft DATE / TIME: 08/02/2014 @ 2210 Hours LOCATION: 200 Kent Landing Shopping Center, Stevensville VICTIM: K-Mart ARREST: Pending CHARGE: Theft

NARRATIVE: Loss Prevention at the K Mart store observed a female placing items into a bag and leaving the store without paying for the items. She was stopped and escorted back to the store and found to have $131 dollars of lingerie, food and other small items. She was identified as a 31 year old woman from Davidsonville, MD. She was released at the scene with charges pending.

DEPUTY: Dfc. Chris Neall CASE: 14-25007 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Burglary DATE / TIME: 08/03/2014 @ 1646 Hours LOCATION: 1100 Block of Duhamel Corner Road, Sudlersville VICTIM: Donna Campbell and Joyce Sidlow of Sudlersville

NARRATIVE: The women had been away from the residence for several days and discovered that someone had entered the residence and taken a pedestal fan, several spoons and Ms. Campbell’s wallet containing various cards and cash. No forced entry was observed. The estimated loss was placed at $223. Investigation remains open. DEPUTY: Deputy Kevin Parks CASE: 14-25064 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Assault DATE / TIME: 08/03/2014 @ 0152 Hours LOCATION: 201 Wells Cove Road, Grasonville VICTIM: See Narrative

NARRATIVE: Deputies responded to the parking lot on Wells Cove Road for an unconscious subject. Persons at the scene reported an altercation between a bouncer and a male subject and that the man was pushed and fell striking his head. The injured man was treated by medical personnel and transported from the scene by ambulance. Follow-up investigation reports that at this time no one is seeking charges.

DEPUTY: Deputy Kevin Fleck CASE: 14-25025 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Burglary DATE / TIME: 08/04/2014 @ 1104 Hours LOCATION: 400 Block of Queen Anne Club Drive, Stevensville VICTIM: Steve Masciarelli of Stevensville NARRATIVE: Victim reported the theft of numerous spools of copper wire from the house under construction. The theft occurred sometime between Thursday evening and Friday AM. The wire was valued at $800. DEPUTY: Deputy Scott Hogan CASE: 14-25131 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Assault DATE / TIME: 08/04/2014 @ 1503 Hours

LOCATION: 107 Hissey Road, Grasonville VICTIM: See narrative

NARRATIVE: Jonica White of Middletown reported an altercation with Brittany Lawson of Queenstown over a male subject. During several altercations in the motel parking lot other family members became involved including White’s mother Corina Lewis of Grasonville and aunt Tracinda Lewis also of Grasonville and Lawson’s mother Dawn Pulanco of Queenstown. White, Corina Lewis and Tracinda Lewis reported several minor injuries and went to QA Emergency Room.

Lawson and Pulanco were located in Grasonville and reported that trash talk on the phone had led Brittany to go to the motel and confront White. When she returned and told her mother about the altercation the two returned to the motel and a second altercation occurred when Pulanco was allegedly “sucker punched”.

All persons involved were advised of court procedures to obtain charges if desired.

DEPUTY: Dfc. Seth Ambrose

ASSIST: Dfc. J. Kellogg & Deputy A. Neall CASE: 14-25151 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Theft DATE / TIME: 08/04/2014 @ 1623 Hours LOCATION: 900 Love Point Road, Stevensville VICTIM: Haven Ministries of Chester

NARRATIVE: Sometime between 8/1 and 8/4 the “Run 4 Shelter” banner had been stolen from the area of the concession entrance at KIHS Stadium. The banner was valued at $250-$300.

DEPUTY: Cpl. Chris Green CASE: 14-25155 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Theft DATE / TIME: 08/04/2015 @ 1637 Hours LOCATION: 600 Block of Victoria Drive, Stevensville VICTIM: Michelle Bowman of Stevensville

NARRATIVE: Victim reported that she found that several items have been missing from her residence over the past three months including a Razor motorized Scooter, a Gucci purse & wallet, a white gold tennis bracelet and a Sony digital camera. The items are valued at $2700. No forced entry point at the residence was noted.

DEPUTY: Deputy Scott Hogan CASE: 14-25157 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: Littering DATE / TIME: 08/05/2014 @ 1912 Hours

LOCATION: Cove Creek Marina, Stevensville VICTIM: Dominick C. Mirando of Stevensville NARRATIVE: Victim reported unknown person(s) had dumped crabs and trash onto the lower deck of his Meridian 341 boat. The dumping is believed to have occurred sometime between August 3rd @ 1730 hours to when reported this morning.

DEPUTY: Deputy Joseph Walch CASE: 14-25174 *******************************************************************************

INCIDENT: MDOP DATE / TIME: 08/05/2014 LOCATION: Cloverfields Drive, Stevensville

VICTIM: Numerous Residences

NARRATIVE: Several residents reported their mailboxes damaged or destroyed during the night by unknown person(s). The damage occurred in the 700, 800 and 900 block of Cloverfields Drive. It appears someone was using other residents trash cans to damage the mailboxes. One resident reported hearing what sounded like a truck muffler just before his mailbox was struck between 0100 and 0130 hours.

DEPUTY: Deputy Joseph Walch and Deputy Scott Hogan CASE: 14-25215 and 14-25246 *******************************************************************************

TRAFFIC:

Case 14-24474: July 29th @ 2130 hours a black passenger car was observed being operated without taillights. The vehicle stop was on Dominion road after the car struck the curb. The driver was identified as Karen Ann Cossaboon (58) of Chester. With indication the driver had been drinking , field sobriety tasks were attempted. Based on observation of the attempts, she was placed under arrest and charged with DWI. She was later released on her signature.

Case 14-25023: On August 3rd @ 0134 hours an off-duty Police Officer reported a white Ford truck driving erratically. The truck was located in the Castle Marina area, observed several traffic violations and stopped as it entered onto RT 50. The driver was identified as Brian Ray March (45) of Baltimore. After attempting field sobriety tasks, he was placed under arrest and charged with DWI. He was later released on his own recognizance.

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