Southern Md. Police Beat / Two Queens of Heroin and Other Drugs Make Merry; Given Sleigh Ride to Slammer

Maryland State Police News Beat

The Grinch has wheels in the Ranch Club

LUSBY, MD.  – Maryland State Police report that the Grinch has been stalking the delivery guys in Calvert County. On 12/15/15 at 4:23 pm, Trooper First Class Meurrens responded to the 11500 block of Stirrup Lane in Lusby for a reported theft of packages.  Shortly after delivery was made, the victim reported upon retrieval and inspection of the packages, noticed a box missing.  Contact was made with the postal carrier to verify the delivery and number of packages and during the discussion, the driver stated noticing a suspicious vehicle that had been following the delivery vehicle at one point.  Investigation continues.

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Two Queens of Heroin and Other Drugs Make Merry;
Given Sleigh Ride to Slammer

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — The drug culture wants to make drugs legal and then we will have even more bozos driving around stoned and dreary as they make their rounds of midnight weary.

The Maryland State Police picked these two alleged deadheads off the highway and sent them to the place where worn-old druggies go until their families hock their homes to put them into rehab – where they will sit around doing nothing for thirty days before their next great drug adventure.

On 12/17/15 at 11:04 pm, Trooper First Class Lewis stopped a vehicle on Main St. in Prince Frederick for traffic violations.    In a search incident to arrest, Regina B. Claggett, 46 of Lexington Park, and Laura N. Hinchman, 27 of Lusby, were found to be in possession of Heroin, Crack Cocaine, Suboxone, Alprazolam, and Amphetamines.  They were arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.   

Why should junkies work when stealing is so easy?

HUNTINGTOWN, MD. — The Maryland State Police report that two guys who like everything free got free rooms at the Hotel Calvert on theft and drug charges. Police say that on 12/19/15 at 3:54 pm, Trooper First Class Rowe stopped a vehicle on Rt. 4 in Huntingtown for traffic violations.  The occupants, James A. Bellosi Jr., 19 of Sunderland, and Jordan B. Hangliter, 19 of Montross, VA, were extremely nervous upon contact.  A probable cause search of the vehicle revealed numerous packages of steak, crab legs, and bread that investigation revealed had been stolen from the Safeway in Prince Frederick.  Heroin was also recovered inside the vehicle.  Both subjects were arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

DUI Arrests

Name Age Date of Arrest Address Arresting Trooper
Thomas J. Woodward 29 12/15/15 @ 05:09 pm Broomes Island, MD Sr. Tpr. C. Dawson
Wayne J. Brooks 23 12/16/15 @ 10:11 pm Leonardtown, MD TFC B. Meurrens
Juvenile 15 12/18/15 @ 09:02 pm Chesapeake Bch, MD TFC S. Matthews
Timothy A. Halterman 39 12/20/15 @ 06:42 pm Prince Frederick, MD TPR. J. Warrick
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