LUSBY, MD. — For those who love to rip and tear on property they don’t own with their 4-wheelers, there is seldom a day of reckoning but in this case, the jig was up when the antics of two motorized bozos was witnessed by a citizen with a cell phone who called the law.
According Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans, on October 13 at 4:13 p.m. DFC R. Wilson arrested two men and charged them each with trespass, operating an off-road vehicle on property, destruction of property less than $1,000 and disorderly conduct. A Chesapeake Ranch Estates Security Officer had earlier advised Wilson that he and another witness had observed the two men riding a four wheeler on the runway in CRE as well as on the roadway. They damaged the grassy area of the runway. The witnesses advised they saw the two men park the four wheeler at a home in CRE, then get into a passenger vehicle and leave the area. Wilson ran the tag number of the passenger vehicle and drove over to that address. The suspect vehicle arrived at the house and contact was made with the two suspects. Thomas Scott Burroughs, Jr., 18 of Lusby, and Emory Jackson Baldwin IV, 19 of St. Leonard, were arrested and charged.
The following reports from Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans reflects part of the service calls performed by deputies:
Disorderly Conduct Case #14-57708:
On October 14 at 3:00 a.m. DFC P. Mosely responded to the area of Chesapeake Village Drive at Lawrin Court in Chesapeake Beach for the report of three people yelling in the street. Mosely made contact with the three subjects. They advised they had gotten into an argument earlier. Mosely could detect a strong odor of alcohol. They were advised to go home.
Fifteen minutes later Mosely received another call for disorderly subjects yelling and walking through the same neighborhood but he was unable to locate anyone. About 15 minutes later he received a third call for the same thing. He made contact with the same three subjects from earlier.
One of the subjects, later identified as Brenna Erin Bateman, 21 of Upper Marlboro, started to yell and curse. Another of the subjects, later identified as Ray Clinton Kinzer, 22 of Chesapeake Beach, also began to yell. They were both placed under arrest and charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct. The third subject was not arrested and was sent on her way.
Burglary Case #14-58163:
On October 15 between 5:00 p.m. and midnight, someone entered a home in the 3900 block of 17th Street in Chesapeake Beach and stole a 42 inch LG television set. DFC C. Fox is investigating.
CDS Violation Case #14-58183:
On October 16 at 10:43 a.m. DFC C. Fox responded to the 9000 block of Chesapeake Avenue in North Beach for the report of a male walking around smoking a possible controlled dangerous substance. Fox made contact with the man, identified as Robert Henry Munson, 66 of Chesapeake Beach, and subsequently issued him with a civil citation for possession of marijuana less than 10 grams.
Destruction of Property Case #14-58218:
DFC A. Locke is investigating damage done to a vehicle parked in the driveway of a home in the 1800 block of Higgens Lane in Huntingtown overnight between October 15 and 16. Someone broke out the driver’s side window.
Theft Case #14-58289:
On October 16 during the daytime hours, someone stole a green Hot Wheels bicycle on Sanford Lane in Owings. DFC J. Migliaccio is investigating.
Destruction of Property Case #14-58606:
Someone caused damage to the yard of a home in the 70 block of Dares Wharf Road in Prince Frederick sometime between October 13 and 16. DFC J. Denton is investigating.
Theft Case #14-58792:
Overnight entry into a vehicle was made between October 18 and 19 in the 4700 block of Williams Wharf Road in St. Leonard. A handheld fire department radio was stolen. Dep. T. Holt is investigating.
Theft Case #14-58825:
Between October 17 at 1:00 p.m. and October 19 someone stole a dark green Yama golf cart valued at $5,000 from outside a home in the 2700 block of Adelina Road in Prince Frederick. The owner advised that a silver skull and crossbones logo is on the cart. Anyone with information is asked to contact DFC R. Kreps at 410-535-2800.