CALVERT SHERIFF POLICE BEAT / Big-Foot statute swiped by thieves who hot-footed away from home
DUNKIRK, MD. Will this crime appear on LIVE PD? Calvert County Maryland Sheriff Mike Evans reports that unknown perps took off with a statute of Big Foot which had been perched on the front lawn of a home in Dunkirk, Md. On December 27, 2017, Deputy Barger responded to Smithville Drive, Dunkirk and the victim stated sometime between December 26th at 6:10 pm and December 26th at 10:30 pm an unknown suspect(s) stole their seven-foot-tall Sasquatch silhouette from their front yard. The value of the stolen property is $100. Given that the Big Foot memorial is tall enough to be part of any local high school basketball team, this heisted item should be easy to spot at a game, in the back of a pickup truck or adorning someone’s man cave. If seen, give the Calvert Sheriff’s Department a holler.
Bearded Thief Didn’t Get New Aquarium for Christmas
DUNKIRK, MD. – What this thief didn’t get for Christmas, found its way onto his alleged shoplifting list. On December 28, 2017, Calvert County Sheriff’s Deputy Kreps responded to the PetSmart, Dunkirk for the report of a theft. The victim stated that at approximately 5:30 pm a white male approximately 30 years old with short brown hair and a beard came into the store and stole an Aquen Deluxe LED 36 Gallon Bow Front Aquarium kit. The value of the stolen property is $180.
Metal scavenger robs grave of bronze vase
DUNKIRK, MD. Apparently not afraid of ghosts and immortal souls haunting his criminal activities, a thief ripped out a grave vase from a Dunkirk cemetery.
On December 28, 2017, Deputy Aurich took a report for a theft at Southern Memorial Gardens, Dunkirk. The victim stated that an unknown suspect(s) removed a bronze vase from a cemetery marker. The value of the stolen property is $300.
Jerky moves land drug-toting union electrician Dominic Sergi in slammer; employer’s drug policy might be what made him nervous
PORT REPUBLIC, MD. – Stand still, Dominic! Perhaps he never heard those words before from anyone. Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans says that on December 27, 2017, Deputy Wilson was assisting the Maryland State Police with a traffic stop in the area of S. Solomon’s Island Road and Broomes Island Road. Deputy Wilson made contact with the passenger of the vehicle later identified as Dominic Sergi, 26, of 611 Skyview Drive, Lusby, Md., and could immediately smell a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle.
Police say that Sergi was asked to step out of the vehicle for a search of him and the vehicle to be conducted. While Deputy Wilson was attempting to complete the search, Sergi started to become uncooperative, tensing his body and moving it in a manner that would prevent Deputy Wilson from completing his search. Deputy Wilson placed Sergi under arrest and transported him to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with Obstructing & Hindering and Possession/Receive CDS While Confined/Detained. Sergi has applied to
have a taxpayer-provided free attorney to represent him on Feb. 21, 2018 for his trial in Calvert District Court.
Sergi’s Facebook page asserts that he is a union electrician and a member of IBEW Local Union 26 and works at VarcoMac Electrical Construction Co. The website for VarcoMac asserts a drug policy for employees:
VarcoMac strives to create and maintain a safe and healthy work environment for each of its associates. Therefore, to further this effort, VarcoMac has instituted a drug testing policy that requires each associate to be tested prior to employment, following an accident, and for cause. This policy allows VarcoMac to achieve its goal of providing a safe and drug-free work site.
Two headed for Overdose Suite at Calvert Hospital woke up in time to get rooms in jail
Sheriff Evans reports that on December 29, 2017, Deputy T. Mohler was in the Prince Frederick area attempting to locate a vehicle that had been called in for a check welfare for the occupants inside the vehicle who appeared to be nodding out. Deputy T. Mohler located the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle in the area of Dares Beach Road and Hillside Drive, Prince Frederick. Deputy Mohler made contact with the driver later identified as Rebecca Boucher, 28, of Prince Frederick to advise her of why she was being stopped. Emergency Communications also advised Boucher had a possible warrant through another agency. A K9 arrived on the scene and conducted a K9 scan of the vehicle resulting in a positive alert. A search of Boucher was conducted resulting in narcotics and the open warrant was confirmed to still be active. Boucher was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with CDS: Possession-not marijuana (Oxycodone Hydrochloride) and CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia.
Weapons and drugs sent Joanne Kelson and Keith Mackall to Hotel Calvert for New Years Eve
LUSBY, MD. – Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans reports that late arrivals for criminal charges kept deputies rolling on the last few days of 2017. Evans says that on December 30, 2017, Deputy Rediker responded to the area of Evergreen Drive and White Sands Drive, Lusby for the report of a suspicious vehicle. Upon Deputy Rediker’s arrival, he observed the vehicle sitting stationary in the roadway and also Sergeant Basham on scene talking with the occupants of the vehicle. Sergeant Basham was asking the occupants of the vehicle to step out when he observed a concealed deadly weapon between the driver’s seat and door. Both occupants stepped out of the vehicle and were detained while a search of the vehicle was conducted. A search of the vehicle revealed a concealed deadly weapon, narcotics, and paraphernalia. The driver identified as Joanne Kelson, 48, of Lusby was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with Dangerous Weapon- Conceal and CDS: Possession marijuana 10 Grams +. The passenger of the vehicle identified as Keith Mackall, 25, of Lusby was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia.