Southern Md. Police Beat: Calvert Sheriff’s Deputy Rediker snares two with heroin; man flees from cops in library

 

Heroin Heroes William Bowen and Robert MasincuppFuture Heroin Overdose Bozos of America; Prosecutors in 3 Counties Fail to Take Action in No-Permit Cases

OWINGS, MD. — On January 20 at 11:07 a.m. Dep. S. Rediker conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle on Md. Rt. 4 and Fowler Road in Owings.  He found both the driver, Robert Edward Masincupp, Sr., 32, and single passenger, William Michael Bowen, 29, both of Chesapeake Beach, to be in possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia.  Masincupp was charged with possession of Heroin and drug paraphernalia; a metal spoon and a hypodermic syringe, and carrying a concealed dangerous weapon; a collapsible baton.  Bowen was charged with the same drug offenses. 

Masincupp, of 9520 Sea Gull Court in North Beach, Md., was charged by Maryland State Trooper Saucerman with assault on Dec. 20, 2013 in Calvert County District Court. On April 16, 2014, the charge was put on the Stet Docket. Masincupp was represented by a public defender.

  • On June 6, 2014, Masincupp was arrested by Anne Arundel County Police Officer J. Miranda-Cruz for operating without a license on Rt. 4 near Bay Front Road. In Anne Arundel County District Court on Nov. 17, 2014, he was given Probation before Judgment with no fine and no time. Once again he was given a free lawyer courtesy of the taxpayers as he drove a 2012 Dodge without an operators permit.
  • On June 9, 2014, Masincupp, residing at 3712 28th Street in Chesapeake Beach, Md., was charged by Calvert Deputy G. Gott with operating a vehicle while suspended, which violated his probation. He appeared in Calvert County District Court on Sept. 3, 2014 and was given probation before judgment by the States Attorney with ten days in jail, all of which was suspended and no fine.
  • On April 7, 2014, Masincupp was arrested by Anne Arundel County Police Officer Anderson on Rt. 2 at Harwood Road and charged with operating without a permit while driving his 2012 Dodge. The case is still pending in Anne Arundel County District Court.
  • On Nov. 6, 2012, Masincupp was charged in Prince Georges County with driving his 2012 Dodge without a driver’s license, which had been suspended. He was cited by Forestville Special Operations Div. Officer K. Martinez. In Prince Georges County District Court on March 8, 2013, Prince Georges County States Attorney Angela Alsobrooks dropped the charge.
  • On Aug. 14, 2012, Masincupp was charged by a Calvert Deputy with negligent driving in Huntingtown, Md. In Calvert County District Court on Jan. 30, 2013, he was found guilty with no fine and no time.

 

Heroin The Future is NowDoing Heroin with the Dewey Decimal System at the Library

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. As yet another example of the continued slide to the sewer of contemporary society in Maryland and the rest of the nation, a ruckus took place at the Prince Frederick library. This is the same library where world-famous author Tom Clancy conducted his research thirty years ago as he penned his famous books. The recent commotion at the library didn’t involve secret agents pouring through the volumes of technical books to see what Clancy might have missed. Instead, three Calvert County deputies were charging into the library tracking a drug suspect.

Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans reports that Deputy J. Buck along with two other deputies, were attempting to serve a warrant on David Edward Wilson, 21, of Chesapeake Beach when Wilson flew the coup out a side door.

After giving chase through the nearby shopping center the fearless flatfoots put the pinch on their man near Nick’s supermarket. When the deputies served the wanted man with their warrant for his arrest they found that he allegedly had a stash of drug equipment and a hypodermic needle. He was charged various counts of drug possession, failure to obey an officer, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

Since Wilson is such a library fanatic, perhaps Sheriff Evans will put him in charge of the Calvert County library branch at the jail.

WHITE SANDS MAYHEM

LUSBY, MD.  Calvert Sheriff’s deputies are on the prowl for those responsible for what the Sheriff’s Office calls a “…wave of vandalism…”

Several deputies received reports from victims in Lusby that between January 22 and January 25, one or more tires were punctured on one or more of their vehicles while parked in their driveways.  This wave of vandalism began with a report to DFC J. Denton from a victim in the 500 block of Balsom Road.  Three other incidents occurred on Skyview Drive, one on Poplar Road and three more on White Sands Drive.  Anyone with information is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 410-535-2800. 

 

During the week of January 19 through January 25 deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,377 calls for service throughout the community. 

Citizens with information on the crimes or any criminal activity in Calvert County who wish to report it anonymously can now access the Calvert County Crime Solvers link through the Sheriff’s Office website.  

Go to http://www.co.cal.md.us/residents/safety/law/sheriff/ and click on the Crime Solvers link to leave an anonymous tip on-line.  Information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect could result in a $1,000 reward.

 
  • Doing Heroin with the Dewey Decimal System at the Library PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. As yet another example of the continued slide to the sewer of contemporary society in Maryland and the rest of the nation, a ruckus took place at the Prince Frederick library. This is the same library where world-famous author Tom Clancy conducted his research thirty years ago as he penned his famous books. The recent commotion at the library didn’t involve secret agents pouring through the volumes of technical books to see what Clancy might have missed. Instead, three Calvert County deputies were charging into the library tracking a drug suspect.

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