Calvert Sheriff’s Police Beat / Jawboning Speeder Adrian Hall Stirs Up Social Media Backlash Due to False Drug Alert When Calvert Deputies ‘Took Down’ a Speeder on Rt. 4

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD.   In what should have been a routine speeding ticket has spiraled into social media brouhaha following a traffic stop on July 10, 2017, of a “commuter” by a Calvert Sheriff’s Deputy as the agency has become national media stars on a cable show that features law enforcement officers in six communities around the nation.

So. Maryland Police Beat / State trooper found comatose motorist had Spice and wasn’t too nice

SUNDERLAND, MD. – Don’t take your drugs to town, leave your drugs at home!
Maryland State Police report that on 3/21/16 at 6:27 pm, Trooper First Class Barlow responded to the 7-Eleven in Sunderland to check the welfare of a person slumped over in a vehicle. Rory M. Lohman, 41 of Huntingtown, was located and appeared to be intoxicated.

Southern Md. Police Beat: Pot, booze, cocaine and saving heroin junkies from dying of overdose

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. Who thought it was a good idea to revive junkies who decide to inject heroin and overdose? Many folks would say let them have their final high and blast off into junkie hell. But some genius thought it was a good idea to equip cops with Naloxone to administer to junkies and revive them and it actually works. Too bad, these junkies will live another day to torment society.

Southern Md. Police Beat: A double-shot of her lover’s heroin love

DUNKIRK, MD. — Maryland State Police in Prince Frederick report yet another case of heroin spreading like wildfire through the hinterlands of Maryland. On 4/27/15 at 6:26 pm, Trooper Jones responded to the Town Center Shopping Center in Dunkirk for a call from a citizen observing subjects using CDS. After speaking with the concerned citizen, Tpr. Jones made contact with the subjects when they returned to their vehicle. Syringes and other paraphernalia were observed inside the vehicle when they opened the vehicle doors. Stacy L. Brown, 22 of Lusby, and Brian L. Moore, 25 of St. Leonard, were both found to be in possession of heroin. They were arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

Police Beat: man tried old trick of tossing the drugs out the window of Super 8 – nabbed by trooper

The following arrests are reported by the Maryland State Police Prince Frederick Barrack:

Theft/Shoplifting: On 7/28/14 @ 03:25 pm, Trooper Palumbo responded to the Walmart in Prince Frederick for a shoplifting complaint. Wendy L. Bartlett, 48 of Solomons, placed several items in her handbag and exited the store without paying for them. She was confronted in the parking lot by the Loss Prevention Officer and was detained until police arrived. She was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

DUI & Morphine Pills: On 7/28/14 at 09:01 pm, Trooper First Class Barlow stopped a vehicle on Rt. 4 near Rt. 402 in Prince Frederick for traffic violations. TFC Barlow detected the faint odor of alcohol emitting from the driver. A field sobriety test was performed. Lamonte L. Cox Jr., 48 of Huntingtown, was arrested for driving under the influence. A search revealed numerous Morphine pills for which he did not have a prescription. Cox was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.