Calvert Sheriff’s Police Beat: Couple win’s free lodging in hoosegow for best drugs in show; Stephen King haunts Lusby store

Calvert County Sheriff Police Beat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The following incidents and arrests are reported by Calvert County Sheriff Mike Evans:

Burglars work while residents are off at work

Deputy J. Buck responded to the report of a forced burglary of a home which took place some time between October 5 – October 15 on Delaware Road in Lusby.  Copper wire was stolen.

On October 13 Deputy W. Durner was called to Lower Marlboro Road in Huntingtown for the report of a forced burglary at a home which took place sometime between 9:30 am – 12:20 pm.  Anyone with information is asked to call Deputy Durner.

Couple wins free room and board after prize package was opened by Deputy

DOWELL, MD. — Police say that a pair found with drugs were given free rooms in the hoosegow in Prince Frederick, Md.  Police report that on October 17 Deputy R. Kreps conducted a traffic stop for a check welfare call on HG Truman Road in Dowell.  He later found Kimberly Daugherty, 44, of Lusby to be in possession of Suboxone and paraphernalia (bottle) and Sean Hunter, 49, of Lusby to be in possession of cocaine and paraphernalia (pipe).  They were both arrested and transported to the Detention Center and processed accordingly.

KIMBERLY DAUGHERTY Calvert Sheriff 101915

KIMBERLY DAUGHERTY Calvert Sheriff 101915

 

 

SEAN HUNTER Calvert Sheriff 101915

SEAN HUNTER Calvert Sheriff 101915

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Old Mophead in Calvert County jail 101915

Old Mophead in Calvert County jail 101915

Illegal pills and brass knuckles – just in case anyone gets in my way!

MICHAEL PERNELL Old Mop Head

MICHAEL PERNELL Old Mop Head

SOLOMON’S ISLAND, MD. — Calvert County Sheriff Mike Evans reports that on October 15, 2015, Calvert Deputy G. Gott conducted a traffic stop on Patuxent Point Parkway in Solomons and discovered the driver, Lakita Young, 27, of Lexington Park, and her passenger, Michael Pernell, 26, of 8445 Cedar Lane, Lusby, Md., to be in possession of a concealed weapon (brass knuckles) and Pernell to also be in possession of oxycodone.  Both were transported to the Detention Center and released to Correctional staff.  Young was also issued paperwork for her traffic violations.

Pernell was charged with possession of drugs and disorderly conduct on July 1, 2009. Those charges were put on the Stet Docket by the Calvert County States Attorney on Dec. 14, 2009. There was no fine and no time associated with that disposition in the plea deal between the prosecutor and the taxpayer provided defense attorney, Dorothy Gardner Hodge.

On Feb. 10, 2009, Pernell was charged with burglary theft and malicious destruction of property. In St. Mary’s District Court on June 25, 2009, St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz dropped all the charges.

 

ROBERT HAWK III charged with paraphernalia Calvert Sheriff 101915

ROBERT HAWK III charged with paraphernalia Calvert Sheriff 101915

Bad Boy, Whatcha Gonna Do? Cry? Shoot ’em up!

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — Deputy B. Schaefer was called to Calvert Memorial Hospital on October 15 to respond to a report that, Robert Hawk, III, 21, of La Plata was in possession of paraphernalia while he was at the Hospital.  Deputy Schaefer criminally charged Robert Hawk III with possession of controlled paraphernalia (syringe) and transported him to the Detention Center.  

 

 

BRANDY JO WILLIAMS whacky driver in Lusby Calvert Sheriff 101915

BRANDY JO WILLIAMS whacky driver in Lusby Calvert Sheriff 101915

Drugs make for wild driving

LUSBY, MD. — Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans reports that on October 14, 2015, Calvert Sheriff’s Deputy Wilson was on routine patrol on Nursery Road in Lusby and observed a vehicle driving erratically.  He conducted a traffic stop and discovered Brandy Jo Williams, 32, of Prince Frederick to be in possession of cocaine and Lorazepam.  She was arrested and transported to the Detention Center.

 

 

King of the Store!

STEPHEN KING scares store in Lusby two weeks before Halloween

STEPHEN KING scares store in Lusby two weeks before Halloween

LUSBY, MD. — Its two weeks prior to Halloween, but police say that Stephen King decided to scare the wits out of customers and staff of local store.

Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans reports that on October 14 Deputy J. Buck was dispatched to a local business on HG Truman Road, Lusby, for a suspicious person.  While he was investigating the call, Stephen King, 23, of Broomes Island, became disorderly.  Deputy Buck ultimately arrested Stephen King for hindering and obstructing the investigation, resisting and interfering with arrest, disorderly conduct and for an open warrant.  He was transported to the Detention Center for processing.

 

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