Calvert County Times December 07, 2017 - Page 7

Thursday, December 7, 2017 The Calvert County Times Cops & Courts 7 Maryland State Police Report Disorderly Conduct / Resisting Ar- rest: On 11/27/17 at 8:45 pm, Trooper First Class Costello, Trooper Key- ser and Trooper Backus responded to a residence in the 2100 block of Chaneyville Rd. for an attempt to locate a wanted subject to serve an arrest warrant. The wanted subject was located, was cooperative and was placed under arrest. At that time Joseph R. Harrison, 51 of Owings was walking towards the residence and became aggressive towards the officers while they were placing the arrested subject into the vehicle for transport. After numerous ver- bal commands to stay back and stop, Harrison continued to cause disrup- tion. He was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Both subjects were incarcer- ated in the Calvert County Detention Center. Possession of Buprenorphine: On 11/28/17 at 9:38, Trooper Backus responded to the Prince Frederick Walmart Parking Lot for a report of CDS activity being observed by an off-duty officer. A strong odor of marijuana was emitting from inside the vehicle where the activity was observed. Kasey L. Cunningham, 33 of Prince Frederick was arrested for possession of Buprenorphine for which she did not have a prescription. Cunningham was incarcerated in the Calvert County Detention Center. Theft: On 11/30/17 at 8:43 am, Trooper First Class Harrod respond- ed to the 1700 block of Goah Way in Sheriff’s Office Warns of Fake Money The Calvert County Sheriff’s Of- fice has had multiple calls for counter- feit currency resembling United States currency with Chinese writing printed on the front and back. The counterfeit bills are sold on the internet as Chinese banknotes. They come in lots of 100 pieces and are sold for $16.99. Some of the notes have duplicate serial numbers printed on the front. Chinese bank tellers use the banknotes when learning how to count American currency. Please be vigilant and report anyone attempting to use these fake bills. From Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Sunderland for a reported theft. The victim reported a Christmas tree, a Candy Cane decoration and an ex- tension cord were all removed from the front porch of the residence. In- vestigation continues. Telephone Misuse/Harassment: On 12/1/17 at 10:00 am, Trooper First Class Matthews received a report of telephone misuse and harassment complaint for a residence in Sunder- land. The victim reported receiving threatening messages and repeated text and calls from a relative for over a month. Toni M. Bell, 49 of Sunder- land was contacted by law enforce- ment and told to stop texting and calling the victim. Bell continued to leave threatening messages and sending repeated texts. An applica- tion for Charges requesting Bell be charged on a Criminal Summons has been completed. Possession of Cocaine: On 12/3/17 at 2:06 am, Trooper First Class Costello stopped a vehicle on Rt. 4 near Fox Run Blvd. in Prince Freder- ick for traffic violations. A K-9 scan was requested and resulted in a posi- tive alert. Sean A. Edmunds, 46 of Dunkirk was found to be in posses- sion of cocaine. He was arrested and incarcerated in the Calvert County Detention Center. From MSP Barrack U, Prince Frederick msp.princefrederick@maryland.gov Defendant in Traffic Stop Found Not Guilty By Guy Leonard Staff Writer A construction worker who com- plained earlier this year that he was the victim of police mistreatment during a traffic stop has been found not guilty of three charges against him in Calvert District Court. Adrian A. Hall had claimed in July that police acted aggressively to- wards him when he was pulled over for speeding, but Sheriff Mike Evans defended the actions of his deputies against Hall’s allegations made on social media. Hall, 33, of Washington, D.C. had been charged with hindering, speed- ing and resisting arrest but was ac- quitted of all charges Dec. 4. Hall claimed he was pulled over by Calvert deputies July 10 while com- muting to Cove Point natural gas plant expansion project in Lusby, al- legedly for speeding. Hall claims the more he asked question of officers as to why he was pulled over the more aggressive they became. The alleged aggression started when he was ordered to step out of his car, Hall had alleged after the incident. “I stepped out of my car and walked towards the other officer,” he stated. “I was told to stand in front of the police car. I was still on the phone with my wife as she heard what was going on. “We both spoke about how this situation was ridiculous and how they couldn’t actively search my vehicle.” Evans was quick to respond to the incident once it hit social media. Evans had claimed that Hall was traveling at 76 miles per hour in a 55 mile per hour zone and that the K-9 alert to the smell of narcotics in the vehicle gave deputies probable cause to search the vehicle. Evans stated further that Hall was talking to his wife on the phone even while she had a protective order out against him; deputies said Hall re- sisted arrest by remaining on his phone and interfering with the search of the vehicle. guyleonard@countytimes.net