Southern Md. Police Beat: A double-shot of her lover’s heroin love


Maryland State Police News BeatA double-shot of her lover’s heroin love

DUNKIRK, MD. — Maryland State Police in Prince Frederick report yet another case of heroin spreading like wildfire through the hinterlands of Maryland. On 4/27/15 at 6:26 pm, Trooper Jones responded to the Town Center Shopping Center in Dunkirk for a call from a citizen observing subjects using CDS.  After speaking with the concerned citizen, Tpr. Jones made contact with the subjects when they returned to their vehicle.  Syringes and other paraphernalia were observed inside the vehicle when they opened the vehicle doors.  Stacy L. Brown, 22 of Lusby, and Brian L. Moore, 25 of St. Leonard, were both found to be in possession of heroin.  They were arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

Felon with a loaded shotgun and cocaine; what could go wrong!

LUSBY, MD. — On 4/28/15 at 4:24 am, Master Trooper Gill responded to the 600 block of Field Road in Lusby for a report of suspicious activity.  Chaz D. Reed, 33 of Dowell, was found in a camper in the area and was in possession of crack cocaine.  A loaded Mossberg Shotgun was also found inside the camper.  Reed was prohibited from owning/possessing a weapon.  Reed was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

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Nose-in-heimer pedestrian interfered with cop’s traffic stop and gets a room at Hotel Calvert

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD.  How smart is this guy? Police report that a guy decided to give a Maryland State Trooper a lot of lip as the officer was in the process of conducting a traffic stop and found his way to the slammer for being a dunce, at least that could be one of the charges.

On 4/28/15 at 8:37 pm, Trooper First Class Esnes stopped a vehicle on Rt. 4 near Walmart in Prince Frederick for traffic violations.  While identifying himself and the reason for the traffic stop to the driver, a pedestrian approached the vehicle and began to engage the driver in a conversation.  TFC Esnes asked the gentleman to leave and he began to walk away, however, he turned around and again began to interfere with the traffic stop becoming very disruptive.  Frederick G. Taylor, 63, of Chesapeake Beach, was arrested for disorderly conduct, failure to obey a reasonable and lawful order and obstructing and hindering a police officer.  He was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.  The driver was issued the appropriate citations and was released from the scene.

Crazy driving nearly caused head-on crash; found to have deadly weapon and Xanax

SOLOMONS ISLAND, MD. On 4/28/15 at 11:13 pm, Master Trooper Gill stopped a vehicle on Rt.4 near the Thomas Johnson Bridge.  The vehicle matched the description of a lookout from the Calvert County Control Center in reference to being operated in a reckless manner which was almost involved in a head-on collision.  A strong odor of marijuana was emitting from inside the vehicle.  A K-9 scan of the vehicle gave a positive alert.  Steven W. Laigle, 28 of Lexington Park, was found to be in possession of Xanax for which he did not have a prescription.  An expandable baton was located inside the vehicle.  Laigle was arrested for possession of CDS and a concealed dangerous weapon.  He was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

Will the Hubcaps appear again?

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — Maryland State Police report that on 4/29/15 at 11:04 am, Corporal Bennett received a complaint of theft from a vehicle.  The victim reported that three of his four hubcaps had been stolen from his vehicle by unknown subjects.  He was unsure when the theft occurred but believe it to be within the past two weeks and may have been while he was out shopping as he normally has the vehicle in the garage.  Investigation continues.

Who thought their relatives would be charged with theft?

PORT REPUBLIC, MD. — One Button in Calvert County learned that he could be in a pot full of trouble for allegedly stealing from a relative, the same as from a stranger.  Police say that on 4/29/15 at 5:30 pm, Trooper First Class Lewis responded to the 1600 block of Button Wood Lane in Port Republic for a reported theft.  Investigation revealed Eric T. Button, 27 of Port Republic, had stolen tools from a relative.  He was arrested.  A search incident to the arrest revealed marijuana in his left pant pocket.  He was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

The stumbling, bumbling boozing and walking dead dept.:

SOLOMON’S ISLAND, MD. — Some people just ought to forgo the firewater and stick to soda pop.

Police say that on 5/3/15 at 11:02 pm, Trooper First Class Oles responded to the 14400 block of Solomon’s Island Rd. for a report of a disorderly person walking in the roadway, throwing items at a vehicle.  Patrick J. Flanagan, 38 of Virginia, was located and was stumbling as he walked.  A strong odor of alcohol was emitting from his breath.  Investigation revealed Flanagan tipped over a table and stole an umbrella from a local restaurant.  Flanagan was using the umbrella while standing in front of moving vehicles.  He was arrested for destruction of property, disorderly conduct and public intoxication.  He was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

DUI Arrests

Name Age Date of Arrest Address Arresting Trooper
Valentine, Jonathan R. 31 04/29/15 @ 05:21 pm Prince Frederick, MD TFC S. Barlow
Kirven, Crystal F. 23 04/30/15 @ 09:34 pm Lusby, MD S/TPR. C. Dawson
Quesenberry, Jamey 42 05/01/15 @ 10:18 am St. Leonard, MD M/TPR. M. Gill
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