Southern Md. Police Beat: Pot, booze, cocaine and saving heroin junkies from dying of overdose

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Heroin The Future is Now

The Tale of Two Cities: cops say Anthony Adams is an undocumented shopper; Walmart says keep him the blazes out of their stores!

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. Police say that a St. Mary’s County man paid a visit to Walmart in Prince Frederick but failed to bother to pay a visit to the cashier on the way out the door.

On 6/8/15 at 8:48 pm, Senior Trooper Gill responded to the Walmart in Prince Frederick for three thefts which had already occurred.  Anthony T. Adams, 30 of Lexington Park, was observed on 3 occasions opening and removing Fitbit watches from a display and then taking them to another location in the store to remove them from their packaging.  He exited the store without paying for the items.  Adams currently has an open criminal summons for theft, malicious destruction of property, theft scheme and trespassing through St. Mary’s.   Investigation continues.

The Chesapeake Today June front pageToo bad Trooper bothered with this junkie who overdosed on heroin; Ben Mooradian cited for being a pothead

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. Who thought it was a good idea to revive junkies who decide to inject heroin and overdose?  Many folks would say let them have their final high and blast off into junkie hell. But some genius thought it was a good idea to equip cops with Naloxone to administer to junkies and revive them and it actually works.  Too bad, these junkies will live another day to torment society.

Police report that on 6/9/15 at 3:21 pm, Trooper First Class Newcomer responded to the 700 block of Prince Frederick Blvd. in Prince Frederick for an overdose/cardiac arrest in the parking lot of the Food Lion.  TFC Newcomer was able to identify the victim was suffering from a Heroin/Opoid overdose and administered Naloxone.  The victim regained consciousness and refused to be transported to the hospital.  The driver of the vehicle that the victim was located in was found to have marijuana and drug paraphernalia in his vehicle.  Benjamin P. Mooradian, 25 of North Beach, was issued a civil citation for possessing less than 10 grams of marijuana.

Can you hear me now? Come bail me out!

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD.  Shopping at Walmart is easy even if you don’t have money.  Just steal a cell phone, get locked up, get a welfare attorney (Public Defender), go to Social Services, get EBT (Welfare credit card), get free stuff, get an Obama phone and use your EBT card to pay for a cruise from Baltimore.  Life is good in the Great Society of America where even criminals can have a cell phone.

Maryland State Police report that on 6/10/15 at 2:32 pm, Trooper Rucker was responding to a lookout for a subject that had just stolen a cell phone from Walmart in Prince Frederick.  The description given matched a subject Tpr. Rucker observed near the U-Haul rental on Armory Rd.  Tpr. Rucker detained the subject and TFC Newcomer took a photo to the Loss Prevention Manager at Walmart who was able to identify the subject, Alan W. Morris, 52, of North Beach, as the person who had stolen the cell phone.  Morris was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

Potheads of America Club inducts new members

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — Employers looking to hire can keep these bozos in their human resources data center under ‘do not hire these potheads’. On 6/10/15 at 9:17 pm, Trooper First Class Newcomer stopped a vehicle on Heritage Boulevard at Church St. in Prince Frederick for traffic violations.  A strong odor of Marijuana was emitting from inside the vehicle.  A probable cause search was conducted and less than 10 grams of marijuana was found on both the driver and the passenger.  Nathan O. Jones, 19 of Lusby, and Nichole E. Miles, 20 of Port Republic, were issued civil citations and were released from the scene.

 

The Case of the Flung Flower Pot

LUSBY, MD. Just wait a bit and life will get wild again in the wild and wooly hills of the Chesapeake Ranch Club where east meets west and jail here we come!

On 6/12/15at 6:28 am, Trooper First Class Wiesemann responded to the 900 block of Golden West Way in Lusby for a destruction of property complaint.  Margaret M. Monaghan, 51, of Lusby, was observed by several witnesses, hitting a vehicle in the driveway of the residence numerous times with a flower pot causing estimated damages of $1500.  Case remains open until Monaghan is served with a criminal summons.

Thieves did all the maintenance

On 6/12/15 at 8:13 am, Trooper First Class Palumbo responded to the 700 block of Rattlesnake Rd. in Lusby for a reported burglary to a vacant residence.  A workman preparing to do regular maintenance on the property observed the front door was unsecured.  Investigation revealed copper pipes and wiring  had been removed from inside the home.  Investigation continues.

Possession of Marijuana

On 6/13/15 at 2:09 am, Trooper Warrick stopped a vehicle on Rousby Hall Rd. in Lusby for traffic violations.  An odor of marijuana was detected while speaking with the driver.  A probable cause search was conducted.  Passengers Kylie E. Ward, 18 of Lusby, and Antonio D. Ayers, 20 of Bowie, were issued civil citations for possessing less than 10 grams of marijuana.  Ward was also issued a civil citation for underage drinking.  The driver was issued a traffic citation and the juvenile passenger was transported back to her residence.  All others were released from the scene.

 

Booze, Pot and Cocaine

ST. LEONARD, MD. In the redneck culture, life doesn’t get any better than to be locked up for the Holy Trio of Intoxicants.

Maryland State Police report that on 6/13/15 at 5:27 am, Trooper First Class Esnes stopped a vehicle on Rt. 4 near Ball Rd. in St. Leonard for traffic violations.  A field sobriety test was conducted and Vicky D. Edelen, 50, of Charlotte Hall, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.  A K9 scan was requested because of several criminal indicators.  The K9 scan resulted in positive alerts.  Less than 10 grams of marijuana and cocaine were found in the vehicle.  Edelen was found to have an open warrant through Charles County District Court.  She was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.  A passenger, Anthony J. Campbell, 32, was also in possession of CDS and was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

Packing pot and headed for court

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — That old time religion of smoking dope and driving dopey combined to draw the eagle eye of a Maryland State Trooper. Police say that on 6/14/15 at 6:16 pm, Trooper First Class Esnes stopped a vehicle on Prince Frederick Blvd. in Prince Frederick for traffic violations.  Several criminal indicators were observed and a K9 scan was requested.  The K9 scan alert was positive.  A probable cause search revealed less than 10 grams of marijuana.  Joseph R. Johnson, 31 of Owings, was issued a civil citation and was released.

DUI Arrests

Name Age Date of Arrest Address Arresting Trooper
Caitlan F. Anderson 25 06/11/15 @ 11:51 am Hollywood, MD TFC S. Barlow
Vicky D. Edelen 50 06/13/15 @ 05:25 pm Charlotte Hall, MD TFC C. Esnes
Brock C. Davis 32 06/13/15 @ 09:21 pm Forestville, MD TPR. P. Kaitz
Christina J. Thomas 46 06/14/15 @ 12:32 am Leonardtown, MD TFC B. Wiesemann
Jonathan R. Connor 41 06/14/15 @ 08:39 pm Lusby, MD TFC J. Oles
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