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Calvert Sheriff Police Beat / Burglar beat feet after smashing front door; homeowner missed chance to fill his fleeing butt with buckshot

CHESAPEAKE BEACH, MD. – Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans reports on May 6, 2017, at approximately 7:15 pm, Deputy C. Fox responded to 10th Street, in Chesapeake Beach, for the report of an attempted burglary that just took place.  The homeowner advised he heard something at his front door and as he opened the door, he observed a male running from the driveway.  Deputy Fox observed numerous mud smeared shoeprints on the front door and the front door window was smashed out.  He also observed the wooden frame of the door to be broken.  No entry was made into the home and nothing outside appears to be missing. 

George Odell Jr. was all drugged up and ready to make a final trip to the morgue with a heroin overdose

George O’Dell

BARSTOW, MD. – Another lucky customer for the undertaker will have to wait until he is released from jail to try for another day with the grim reaper. Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans reports that on May 7, 2017, at approximately 11:00 pm, Deputy T. Rzepkowski came in contact with a suspect on Fairground Road, in Prince Frederick, who had CDS on his person.  While George Odell Jr., 27, of Chesapeake Beach, was being searched, a ripped plastic baggie containing a white powdery substance (Heroin), Suboxone Film/strip and a hypodermic needle were found in his front pocket.  He was transported to the Detention Center and charged with two (2) counts of CDS Administer – not Marijuana (Heroin, Suboxone) and Possession of Paraphernalia (needle).

 

 Old School druggie Darren Riley had his crack cocaine duck-taped to his leg when busted for drugs

Darren Riley Calvert Sheriff 050817

DOWELL, MD. – Jimmy cracked corn and he didn’t care and apparently, Darren Riley did care enough to ensure he would be able to have his crack cocaine with him any place he went as he taped the drugs to his leg, reports Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans.

According to the Sheriff, on May 5, 2017, at approximately 11:30 pm, Deputy G. Gott conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle he observed driving through a stop sign on HG Trueman Road/Dowell Road, in Dowell. 

When speaking with the driver, Darren Riley, 22, of Lusby, he discovered he was in possession of Suboxone; He was placed under arrest and transported to the Detention Center.  While being searched at the Detention Center, two (2) additional packets of Suboxone were discovered, along with crack cocaine taped to his leg.  Riley was additionally charged with CDS Possession of Crack Cocaine, Suboxone, and Possession of Contraband in a Place of Confinement. 

Jeremy Battle could grind out a living making deals on Ecstasy and pot cookies

Jeremy Battle Calvert Sheriff 051817

DUNKIRK, MD. — The hills of Calvert are alive with the odor of drugs. On May 5, 2017, at approximately 9:30 pm, Sheriff Evans reports that Deputy K. Williamson investigated the complaint of a suspicious vehicle parked partially in the street on Three Doctor’s Road, in Dunkirk.  As he approached the vehicle, he discovered the vehicle had an expired registration and observed two (2) grinders in the front center console.  He made contact with the driver Jeremy Battle, 25, of Laurel, MD, who was able to produce a waiver from the MVA.  A plastic bag was observed in the center console containing a brown substance MDMA (Ecstasy) and an 18g edible marijuana cookie was also located.  Battle was arrested for CDS Possession of Ecstasy, Possession of Marijuana (18 grams) and two counts of CDS paraphernalia (baggies).

 

One fast car and PCP Dipper Scott Vogan would have become a speed bump

Scott Vogan Calvert Sheriff 050817 

PORT REPUBLIC, MD. — How many ways are there for the druggie crowd of Maryland to do away with themselves?  Not enough, as that crowd keeps growing and putting an emotional and financial strain on the rest of the population.  Never heard of a “PCP Dipper”?

Here it is: Sheriff Evans reports that on May 4, 2017, at approximately 9:30 pm, Deputy B. Boerum received a check welfare call on an intoxicated man walking in the middle of the road near Southern Pine Lane, in Port Republic.  Upon locating the male matching the description, he witnessed the subject drop a white cigarette on the ground.  As he approached Scott Vogan, 49, of Port Republic, to render assistance if needed, he smelled a very strong chemical odor emitting from Vogan’s person.  Boerum discovered the dropped the cigarette was a (PCP “dipper”).  He was transported to the Detention Center and charged with Possession of a nonnarcotic drug (PCP).

Heroin can be Tyler Madden’s Ticket to the Grave

Tyler Madden 050817

OWINGS, MD. – Tyler Madden must have missed one of those community meetings where they put on a movie with a non-dead, reformed heroin addict talking about the perils of shooting up with heroin.  He could have gotten a free brochure!  Instead, police say that on May 3, 2017, at approximately 2:00 pm, Deputy B. Pounsberry conducted a traffic stop on a speeding vehicle on Boyd’s Turn Road, in Owings.  As he made contact with the driver, Tyler Madden, 27, of Chesapeake Beach, he discovered he did not have a valid driver’s license.  He observed drug paraphernalia at the driver’s feet and found syringes and several pills in the driver side door compartment.  Three (3) syringes, a metal spoon with burn markings, multiple clear capsules with white powder (heroin) were discovered in the vehicle.  He was arrested for CDS Possession of Heroin and Possession of Paraphernalia (syringes).

Geezer and his gal were out for a joyride ready for any drug induced fun they could find

Dawn Krause 050817

LUSBY, MD. – Sheriff Evans reports that two residents of Lusby were out for a fun evening. They had their drugs but didn’t have a legal ticket to ride, as the driver must believe she doesn’t need one. On May 1, 2017, at approximately 10:30pm, Deputy G. Gott, conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle with a suspended license.  He made contact with the driver, Dawn Krause, 38, of Lusby, and front seat passenger George Calloway, 68, of Lusby.  Both were in possession of prescription pills with no verification they were legally prescribed to them.  Krause was arrested for Possession of a Synthetic Drug (Buprenorphine) and Calloway was arrested for Possession a Synthetic Narcotic (Oxycodone).

 

George Calloway Calvert Sheriff 050817 (2)

White Sands Weekend Shout Out Lands Jordan Jafari in Slammer

Jordan Jafari Calvert Sheriff 050817

LUSBY, MD. There are some folks who believe that good old booze is much better than drugs, or at least it is legal. When the tongue gets thick, the mind gets dull and the Sh**face Follies kick in, someone calls the cops and the real fun starts. 

On May 7, 2017, Deputy R. Evans was dispatched to Veras on White Sands Drive, in Lusby, for the report of a loud and disorderly subject.  Upon arrival he made contact with Jordan Jafari, 22, of Prince Frederick, who was shouting towards a group of people. He was asked several times to lower his voice and explain what was going on.  Jafari would not respond to Deputy Evans, as he was asked several more times to lower his voice.  As he continued to shout, he recognized the odor of alcoholic beverage emitting from his person. He was arrested for Disorderly Conduct and Willfully Disobeying a Lawful Order.

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