Some folks keep their money buried in the backyard as they don’t trust the crooks that run the banks. Some crooks don’t trust leaving their drugs with their thieving families when they have to go to jail, so they take their drugs to jail with them and keep their stash safe by hiding it under the mattress.
The deputy placed Whitney under arrest for CDS: Possession of a Synthetic narcotic (Suboxone), Driving/attempting to drive while impaired by controlled dangerous substance and for Driving/attempting to drive while impaired by drug(s) and or alcohol.
Enrick A. Bellosi, 50, of Dunkirk, was charged with possession of Oxycodone in an amount to indicate an intent to distribute, possession of Alprazolam, and possession of Zolpidem. The passenger in the vehicle, Tina D. Shaner, 47, also of Dunkirk, was charged with possession of Amphetamine Salts in an amount to indicate an intent to distribute, possession of Amphetamine Salts, possession of Methadone and possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia; a glass smoking device.
On 8/22/14 at 10:00 pm, Trooper First Class Barlow stopped a vehicle on Rt. 231 in the area of Mason Rd. in Prince Frederick for traffic violations. An odor of raw marijuana was emitting from inside the vehicle. A probable cause search revealed individually wrapped small baggies containing marijuana. Maurice L. Jones, 29 of Hughesville, was arrested for possession with intent to distribute marijuana. He was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center
This Greenhorn was no tenderfoot
PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — Maryland State Police report that on 8/6/14 at 1:35 pm, Trooper First Class Costello responded to the area of the PNC Bank in Prince Frederick for a reported disorderly subject. Timothy E. Greenhorn, 36 of no fixed address, was located in an extremely intoxicated condition. Greenhorn was belligerent and became aggressive during contact with police. He was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.
Warrant Service / Possession of Suboxone: On 6/10/14 at 7:04 pm, Trooper Palumbo responded to the Parole and Probation Office on Duke St. to serve a warrant. During the arrest, Matthew Wayne Wiegand, of Lusby, was found to be in possession of Suboxone. He was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.
Maryland’s shoreline is 7,700 miles including coastal inlets, according to updated measurements by the Maryland Geological Survey. The bay and ocean coasts have some of the most highly prized real estate in the state, and some of the most threatened. While the state depends on tax revenue and shore tourism dollars, regulators struggle to find a balance that also protects the resources of the Chesapeake from overdevelopment
Established in 1984, Maryland’s Critical Area Commission is charged with balancing the drive for development with the need to protect the natural resources of the bay from the strain of pollution and stress on wildlife.
It’s hard to imagine that there are likely 100 million people who live within a four hour drive of the middle of the Potomac River. One can travel for an hour on the Potomac and if its late afternoon on a Sunday, nary a vessel will pass.