Calvert County Times August 10, 2017 - Page 6

6 Cops & Courts The Calvert County Times Thursday, August 10, 2017 Deputies Receive Individual Maryland State Police Report First Aid Kits The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with the Department of Public Safety, is proud to announce the issuance of an Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK) to every deputy of the Calvert County Sher- iff’s Office. The kits are custom made for the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office. While the Sheriff’s Deputies will con- tinue to be issued standard first aid kits, the IFAK contains readily deployable equipment that can help treat serious life- threatening injuries. The deputies were able to receive initial training, which will continue annually. The kits were purchased with a Home- land Security Grant obtained by the De- partment of Public Safety. Sheriff Mike Evans stated, “These kits will allow us to provide better care to the citizens of Cal- vert County, at no additional cost.” From Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Sheriff Mike Evans and Emergency Management Division Chief Al Jeffery inspect the Individual First-Aid Kits. Concealed Weapon: On 7/31/17 at 12:06 am, Trooper Backus stopped a ve- hicle for traffic violations on Rt. 4 north of Industry Lane in Prince Frederick. During the search incident to the arrest a metal baton was located in the vehicle. Justin L. Pagliocchini, 28 of Prince Fred- erick was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center. Destruction of Property: On 8/2/17 at 12:27 pm, Trooper First Class McCombs responded to the 2000 block of Tim- berlake Drive in Owings for a reported destruction of property. The victim re- ported the gate lock/handle and four tres- passing signs had been removed from the swimming pool area of the home. A K-9 scan of the area was conducted. Investiga- tion continues. From Maryland State Police Barrack U, Prince Frederick . Motorcyclist Seriously Injured in Accident Infant Receives Minor Injuries Deputies of the Calvert County Sher- iff’s Office on Aug 6 at approximately 11:58 a.m. responded to a serious per- sonal injury accident at the intersection of Maryland Route 261 and Ponds Wood Road in Huntingtown. A preliminary investigation revealed that a 2009 Ford Flex, operated by Ms. Roxana Elizabeth Villatoro, 26, of Wash- ington, DC, was traveling eastbound on Ponds Wood Road. At the same time, Melvin Douglas Harris, 66, of Hunting- town was operating a 1998 Harley FLH motorcycle northbound on Maryland Route 261. The operator of the Ford failed to stop and yield at the stop sign for traffic on Ponds Wood Road at Route 261. The Ford entered the travel path of the Harley and was struck on the passenger side. The op- erator of the motorcycle was ejected and received serious injuries from the col- lision. He was transported to Baltimore Shock Trauma by Maryland State Police Aviation. An infant from the Ford was transported to Children’s Hospital with minor injuries. The remaining passengers from the Ford were transported to Calvert Memorial by Ambulance for minor injuries. At this time it appears that the failure of the operator of the Ford to stop and yield at a stop sign is the contributing factor to the collision; however, the inves- tigation is on-going. Anyone with additional information about the accident is asked to contact Sgt. Phelps, of the Crash Reconstruction Team, at 410-535-2800 or via e-mail at: phelpsts@co.cal.md.us. From Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Crime Report During the week of July 31 – August 6 – deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1, 418 calls for service throughout the community. Damage Property 17-40759 On July 31, 2017 Deputy First Class Clas responded to Beach Elementary School for a destruction of property. The complainant stated someone kicked out wooden ramp slats to a trailer. The in- cident occurred between July 28 th at 5:00 p.m. – July 31 st at 8:30 a.m. Damage Property 17-41159 On August 2, 2017 Deputy First Class Clark responded to 26 th St, Chesapeake Beach, for a damaged property call. The victim stated the tires on their vehicle had been slashed sometime around August 1, 2017 at 10 p.m. - August 2, 2017 8:45 a.m. The damaged value is approximately $500. Damage Property 17-41249 On August 2, 2017 Deput 'Ww6&W7FVBF6f"FvVB&W'GFRf7F7FFVBFV"fV6Rv2&V@BFRvB&W6'&BW6'vVRF6VB6VRW6VBVЦv&V7BF67&F6FRfV6RFPFvRfVR2&FVǒC"FVgBFvR&W'GrCS`VwW7B2#rFWWGf'7B670B'V6W"&W7FVBFVfVB6W6VR&V6f"&W'FVBFVgB@FW7G'V7Fb&W'GFR6ЦB7FFW2FB"&6V&7FGVW2B&VVFVBfW"Bfrv27FV&WGvVVVwW7B"#r3BVwW7B2#rS3FRfVR2C##FVgBrC# VwW7BR#rFWWGf'7B670B&W7FVBF&W6FV6RFrЧvB6&6R7BV&Bf"FVgBFPf7F7FFW2&WGvVVVwW7B2#r@VwW7BR#r6VR7FRWvV'g&FR&W6FV6RFRfVRbFR&ЦW'G2Cbcࣂr( 26&W2Rc"bFVFG&W776r2r( 2VfW"FCRbVFrЧFv76VB"BFVw&VP2r( 26VRVR3rbf&W7BЧfR'W&v'FW7G'V7Fb&W'GG&W776rbF6&FW&ǒ2r( 2ƗGF6C2bWrЧF&FVgBCFVFW"CBFVgB66VRCFVFW"C2r( 26VW2#b7BV&BFW"G'Vr6FW7Bbr( 2F斶V3bbFVgBW72FCF2f6W2FRVRF6V'&W7G3r3r( 2GVRF23bb&F&R4E276W76B&Vb76W2Ч6b&W&Ɩr( 2W2f63b&6Pg&VFW&6G&W776rg&VB@'7G'V7BFW"