Southern Maryland Police Beat: PCP — The Wonder Drug

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Spice and Pot

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — Maryland State Police Sgt. Rosemary King reports that on 7/7/14 at 12:05 am, Trooper Palumbo stopped a vehicle for traffic violations on Rt. 231 and Rt. 4 in Prince Frederick.  A faint odor of marijuana was emitting from inside the vehicle and a small amount of marijuana was observed on the driver’s shirt.  A probable cause search revealed 4.6 grams of marijuana and 13.8 grams of K2/Spice (synthetic marijuana).  The driver, Joseph C. Armes, 20 of Prince Frederick, was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.  A juvenile passenger was arrested and transported to the MSP Barrack for processing and was released to a parent.

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.

Dope admits Doping While Driving

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — Prepare for many more news stories like this as Maryland’s druggies take to the highways while high in full force in October when small amounts of pot become decriminalized, thanks to the dopey crowd who pass laws in the Maryland General Assembly.

On 7/7/14 at 10:39 pm, Trooper First Class Oles stopped a vehicle on Rt. 4 at Parran Rd. in St. Leonard for traffic violations.  Upon contact with the driver, the strong odor of burnt marijuana was detected.  Danee M. Baxter, 21 of Lusby, admitted to smoking marijuana while driving home from work.  She was arrested and transported to the MSP Barrack in Prince Frederick for processing.

Good Morning Vance, Virginia Wants You to Return

ST. LEONARD, MD. — Police report that a Virginia man was so popular in Virginia that authorizes will actually bother to spend the funds to come to Maryland to haul him back.

On 7/8/14 at 7:35 am, Trooper First Class Casarella stopped a vehicle at Rt. 4 and Morning Glory Lane in Dunkirk for traffic violations.  Vance B. Edwards, 40 of St. Leonard, was placed under arrest for an open warrant through Virginia.  He was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

Not Yet Dead of Heroin Overdose

JEFFERSON, MD. — Good news for undertakers, there are more heroin users on the glide path to overdose deaths.

On 7/8/14 at 9:00 am, Trooper Riddle observed an accident on Rt. 170 and I695 in Baltimore while traveling to report for duty in Calvert County.  A Consent to Search and Seize was approved and drug paraphernalia was located in the vehicle.  A probable cause search revealed the passenger, Katherine M. Lee, 46 of Jefferson, MD, was in possession of heroin.  She was arrested and incarcerated at the Baltimore County Detention Center.

Condom carrying parolee with borrowed urine; Open Warrant / Possession of Substitute Body Fluid:

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD.  The way that the cops entitle a charge for carrying in urine belonging to another in order to fool a probation officer is one you will never see applied to Maryland’s legislators.

That is because Maryland’s legislators don’t have to pass drug tests before voting on new laws.  Too bad. If it was required to pass a drug test, we might see stories like the one below take place in the statehouse as legislators bring in borrowed pee in order to pass drug tests.

Police say that on 7/8/14 at 4:18 pm, Trooper First Class Saucerman responded to the Parole and Probation Office in Prince Frederick in reference to a wanted subject.  Brian P. Parran, 29 of Prince Frederick was placed under arrest for an open warrant through Parole and Probation.  A search of Parran revealed a condom filled with dark yellow liquid substance tied to the button of his shorts to be used in a drug test.  Parran was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center to be presented before a Commissioner on local charges prior to being transported to the Maryland Division of Corrections in Jessup.

PCP: The Wonder Drug

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — Maryland State Police report that on 7/8/14 at 8:18 pm, Trooper First Class Saucerman responded to the area of the 500 block of Stamper Ct. in Prince Frederick to assist the fire department with a subject that was running away from them.  Once contact was made with Joseph E. Miller, 22 of Lusby, it was determined because of the strong odor of PCP that he would be taken to the hospital for treatment.  During transport, Miller became extremely agitated and required several officers to assist with preventing from doing any harm to himself.  He began yelling obscenities and caused a disturbance in the emergency room.  An application for Statement of Charges has been requested charging Miller with Disorderly Conduct.

More incident reports and arrests from the Maryland State Police:

Theft:  On 7/9/14 at 5:09 pm, Trooper First Class Matthews conducted a MVA query of a registration through METERS/NCIC and observed the registration was not on file.  TFC Matthews stopped the vehicle at the intersection of West Dares Beach Rd. and Prince Frederick Blvd.  The registration sticker on the license plate was found to be stolen.  Case remains open pending arrest of James D. Tellier Sr., 43 of Prince Frederick for theft.

Disorderly / Destruction of Property:  On 7/10/14 at 12:36 pm, Trooper Newcomer responded to the K-Mart in Prince Frederick for a reported disturbance.  A disorderly woman had left the store and the vehicle description and registration number were provided by the Loss Prevention Agent.  Trooper Newman gave lookout information to the barrack and Calvert Control Center.  After reviewing the surveillance video and obtaining witness statements, Trooper Newman responded to an address in the 12900 block of Mariner Circle in Lusby for the owner of the vehicle matching the description given previously.  Jamie L. Miller, 31 of Chambersburg, PA, was located and stated she became annoyed while in the store and felt she should leave before anything physical happened.  Application for charges were prepared and she was arrested for Malicious Destruction of Property and Disorderly Conduct the following day.

The Bad Samaritan

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. —  On 7/10/14 at 3:00 pm, Master Trooper Gill received a report for money removed from a purse that had been lost and turned in at the MSP Barrack in Prince Frederick.  The victim reported that she had accidentally left the purse at ABD Liquors earlier that day and did not realize that until later.   The purse had been turned into the barrack.  When contacted to come to pick up the purse, the victim found money had been removed.  Surveillance video obtained from the store showed an employee, Becki A. Parker, 22 of St. Leonard, was response for the theft.  Charges are pending against Parker for theft.

The Traditional Way for Deadheads

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — On 7/10/14 at 11:56 pm, Trooper First Class Lewis stopped a vehicle at Traditional Way and Heritage Dr. in Prince Frederick.  Contact was made with the juvenile driver.  When approaching the vehicle, TFC Lewis observed loose cigarettes in a plastic baggie on the passenger seat.  A subsequent search revealed additional drugs and paraphernalia.  The juvenile was placed under arrest for possession of marijuana and was transported to the MSP Barrack in Prince Frederick for processing.  He was released to a parent.

Blaming drugs on his pals

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD.  — PlannOn 7/11/14 at 11:59 pm, Trooper First Class Barlow stopped a vehicle at Prince Frederick Blvd and Cambridge Place for traffic violations.  A moderate odor of marijuana was emitting from inside the vehicle.  Wilson E. T. Carroll, 24, of Prince Frederick, was arrested for driving on a suspended license.  He stated he had friends previously riding in the vehicle who were smoking marijuana in the vehicle.  A probable cause search was conducted and Percocet was found for which he did not have a prescription.  He was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

DUI Arrests by the Maryland State Police Prince Frederick Barrack for July 14, 2014

 

Name Age Date of Arrest Address Arresting Trooper
Sophia A. Hubbell 25 07/09/14 @ 11:15 pm Lusby, MD TFC K. Follin
Michael D. McFadden 62 07/12/14 @ 11:16 pm Williamsport, MD TPR. B. Riddle
Eric Woomer 29 07/13/14 @ 08:39 pm Washington, DC TFC B. Wiesemann
Lemuel M. Mackall 30 07/14/14 @ 01:18 am Prince Frederick, MD TFC S. Lewis
  • 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.

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