THE DEAL: in return for a guilty plea Semiklose was sentenced to probation for one year and a fine of $442.50. $350.00 of the fine was suspended in this deal.
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Trooper First Class Matthews received an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and theft of property complaint
Maryland State Police Beat / Prince Frederick incidents and arrests; Heroin is his game, Bush is his name
Becoming adults apparently had been a little tough on these six packs of slugs who a Maryland trooper put the cuffs on Feb. 26, 2017. The trooper found the group had allegedly busted into a boat to have a party.
Michael L. Johns charged with heroin possession at liquor store lot SUNDERLAND, MD. — On July 11, 2016, at 6:32 pm, Trooper First Class Warrick responded to the…
On 4/13/15 at 5:28 pm, Trooper First Class Matthews responded to the Kmart Store in Prince Frederick for a theft with shoplifter in custody. Shaquanda N. Cooke, 23 of Huntingtown, was found with $130.00 in merchandise which she attempting to leave the store without paying for the items.
The following arrests are reported by the Maryland State Police Prince Frederick Barrack:
Theft/Shoplifting: On 7/28/14 @ 03:25 pm, Trooper Palumbo responded to the Walmart in Prince Frederick for a shoplifting complaint. Wendy L. Bartlett, 48 of Solomons, placed several items in her handbag and exited the store without paying for them. She was confronted in the parking lot by the Loss Prevention Officer and was detained until police arrived. She was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.
DUI & Morphine Pills: On 7/28/14 at 09:01 pm, Trooper First Class Barlow stopped a vehicle on Rt. 4 near Rt. 402 in Prince Frederick for traffic violations. TFC Barlow detected the faint odor of alcohol emitting from the driver. A field sobriety test was performed. Lamonte L. Cox Jr., 48 of Huntingtown, was arrested for driving under the influence. A search revealed numerous Morphine pills for which he did not have a prescription. Cox was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.
You can’t fix stupid
PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — One driver who should have been arrested when first stopped by a trooper was instead given a break and allowed to call someone to drive his vehicle, due to his driver’s license being suspended.
Maryland State Police report that on 7/7/14 at 4:56 pm, Trooper First Class Lewis stopped a vehicle on Rt. 231 and Thoroughbred Dr. for traffic violations. Avon D. Cochran, 23 of Waldorf, was driving on a suspended license. He was advised he could not continue to drive and he agreed to make arrangements for his own disposition. Approximately 5 minutes later, after resuming traffic enforcement, TFC Lewis located Cochran driving on Church St. in Prince Frederick. He was arrested for failing to obey a lawful order. He was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.
Former Deputy Steven Vandevander charged with DUI; Calvert drivers swish down highways on sea of drugs
Disorderly / CDS Arrest: On 7/6/14 at 2:29 am, Trooper First Class Oles responded to the area of the Tiki Bar in Solomons for a report of destruction of property. Daniel B. Garris, 26 of California, MD, was located with his right hand bleeding from where he was observed punching out a vehicle window. While speaking with Garris, drug paraphernalia was observed sitting on the trunk of the vehicle containing marijuana residue. Garris made several suicidal statements and was transported to the hospital for observation. Application of Statement of Charges has been requested charging Garris with Possession of Marijuana, Possession of CDS Paraphernalia, and Disorderly. Case remain open pending arrest.