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.
Gerlach’s drug stew lands him in hot pot with cot in slammer in April Fool’s blue-plate special – The Calvert County States Attorney let Gerlach off easy on Feb. 26, 2014 with probation before judgment on a charge of DUI by a controlled substance (drugs) as he motored on Broomes Island Road near Grays Road on Nov. 3, 2013 when arrested by a Calvert Sheriff’s Deputy.
Cops collar two crane-climbing ninnies; Teacher says “I’m doing this for my homies in the Marcellus shale and the people fighting the natural gas industry in places like Myersville,” Doyle said. – Police say that while Doyle was standing next to a Calvert County Sheriff’s Office marked patrol vehicle awaiting transport to the Calvert County Detention Center, she intentionally damaged the paint on the vehicle by scraping the handcuffs she was wearing in a manner that was gouging into the vehicle’s paint. Doyle was charged with destruction of property in addition for damaging the vehicle’s paint.
Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans notes DWI DUI arrests for March 2014; urges Tiki Bar visitors to designate a sober driver