Might Makes Right When It Comes To Stealing Steaks; Punches Out Clerk in Pursuit

Hill's runaway food run at GiantPRINCE FREDERICK, MD. – When a tubby thief has his mitts on a good steak, he ain’t gonna give it up!   Calvert County, Md., Sheriff Mike Evans reports that on April 13, 2015 at 5:15 p.m. DFC P. Wood was driving past the Prince Frederick Giant when he observed a store employee attempting to stop a man exiting the store when the man turned and punched the employee two times and then threw him to the ground.

Wood made contact with the victim, who advised he had seen the man steal items from the store and leave without paying.  Wood also made contact with the subject, identified as Steven Ralph Hill Jr., 18, of Prince Frederick.  Hill was arrested and charged with robbery, 2nd degree assault and theft less than $100.  The victim suffered minor injuries.


Scott Alan Cunningham loaded with drugs and weapons and flipping the bird at 7-Eleven


Weird and Lewd: Scott Cunningham had drugs and weapons

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. —  Police say that on April 15 at 8:22 a.m. Dep. D. Clark responded to the 7-11 Convenience store located at 3675 Hallowing Point Road in Prince Frederick for the report of a man inside a truck making lewd hand gestures at patrons.  Clark and Cpl. T. Smith made contact with the man, later identified as Scott Alan Cunningham, 34, of Prince Frederick.  Cunningham was found to be in possession of suspected drugs and dangerous weapons.  He was arrested and has been charged with CDS possession; Adderall, and six counts of concealing a dangerous weapon; two brass knuckles, two switchblade knives, and two expandable batons.


Just call him Moose on the Loose! Michael Ryan Hunter goes down for the count.

Mechanicsville Mutton-Head Showed His Butt at Bar

SOLOMON’S ISLAND, MD. Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans reports that on April 18, 2015 at 7:25 p.m. Sgt. V. Bortchevsky while working the Tiki Bar opening weekend celebration, he observed two males engaged in a verbal altercation which escalated into a pushing match.  Bortchevsky advised the two males to exit the property.  As the men began to exit, one of them, later identified as Michael Ryan Hunter, 26, of Mechanicsville, turned to Bortchevsky, took a step toward the officer, with his hands curled into fists, and loudly yelled an obscene remark.  Hunter was advised he was under arrest and began flailing in an attempt to avoid being handcuffed.  After a struggle, Hunter was handcuffed and arrested.  He was charged with second degree assault on a law enforcement officer, disorderly conduct, failure to obey a reasonable order, alcoholic beverage intoxication and resisting arrest.

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