DENTON, MD. (Sept. 19, 2014) — Caroline County Sheriff’s Office reports that on 09/05/14 at approximately 6:15 pm a Detective and the K-9 Unit from the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office were in the Greensboro area when they observed two subjects identified as; Pamela Stubbs and Donald Kibler to be traveling in a Chevy truck. Both subjects were known to have suspended and/or revoked licenses, and both subjects were observed to drive the truck within a short time period.
As a result a traffic stop was initiated, and during the stop suspected CDS was located in plain view. A search of the vehicle then occurred which resulted in the following being located; Two separate bags/containers of marijuana, two separate pills bottles containing trace amounts of suspected methamphetamine residue, and one CDS cut (snort) straw.
Both subjects were taken into custody and charged with various traffic offenses. Stubbs was also issued with a criminal citation for possession CDS paraphernalia, while Kibler was issued two criminal citations. One for possession marijuana less than 10 grams, and one for the possession of CDS paraphernalia. Both subjects were later released pending trial.
Burglar ransacked home
DENTON, MD. — Deputies report that on September 3, 2014 Deputy First Class (DFC) G. Lyons of the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division responded to the 27000 block of Wilhelm Road in Denton Maryland. After investigation it was found that on September 2, 2014 someone entered into the residence unlawfully and destroyed household property therein. Anyone with information is requested to contact the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division at 410-479-4123.
Crackheads stole collector’s coins
FEDERALSBURG, MD. — The Caroline County Sheriff reports that on 09/02/2014, Deputy Rideout with the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division, took a report for theft of Collector Coins. Deputy Rideout made contact with the victim who advised she collects various rare American currency. The victim advised that the coins where stolen some time from the month of July, 2014 to September, 2014. The victim advised the coins were worth approximately $100.00. Anyone with any information is urged to contact the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division at 410-479-4123.
Dwayne Johnson struck and killed when he walked into path of vehicle on dark road
September 14, 2014, Edgewood, MD – At approximately 7:54 pm, on September 13, 2014, Harford County Sheriff’s Office reports that deputies responded to a motor vehicle crash involving a single vehicle and a pedestrian in the 1700 block of Trimble Road, in Edgewood.
Preliminary investigation indicated that the pedestrian, Dwayne E. Johnson, age 43, from Edgewood, MD was walking alone on Trimble Road, when he was struck by a dark colored Ford Explorer that was westbound, in the left turn lane. Crash investigators believe Mr. Johnson was attempting to cross the road. This immediate area of Trimble Road does not have street lights or a crosswalk. He was transported to Upper Chesapeake Medical Center by Joppa Magnolia VFC, where he died from his injuries. The driver was identified as, Ricky Peterson, age 54, also from Edgewood, MD. There were no passengers in the SUV.
Trimble Road, between Rt. 152 and Rt. 24, was closed for several hours while the Harford County Sheriff’s Office Traffic Unit conducted an investigation. At this time, it is not believed that alcohol and/or speed were contributing factors. Per policy, all fatal crashes are referred to the State’s Attorney’s Office for review, says the Sheriff. No charges have been filed.