Calvert County Times January 11, 2018 - Page 9

Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Crime Report January 8, 2018 During the week of January 1 – Janu- ary 7 – deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,036 calls for service throughout the community. Burglary: 18-239 On January 2, 2018 Deputy Barger re- sponded to Buck Board Lane, Dunkirk for the report of a burglary. The victim stated that an unknown suspect(s) en- tered the residence and stole multiple appliances including a block stove top, two stainless steel ovens, a stainless steel kitchen sink, a black dishwasher, and damaged the granite countertop. It was determined the suspect(s) may have entered the residence by prying the rear garage door lock open. The value of sto- len and damaged property is $2,020. Damaged Property: 18-183 On January 2, 2018 Deputy Sampson responded to Avery Road, Prince Fred- erick for the report of damaged property. The victim stated sometime between 6:00pm and midnight on January 1st an unknown suspect(s) cut their tires on two vehicles in the driveway. The esti- mated damaged property is $290. Damaged Property: 18-849 On January 6, 2017 Deputy Callison responded to Rivershore Drive, Dunkirk for the report of damaged property. The victim stated that an unknown suspect(s) had hit their garage door and vehicle with eggs. Theft: 18-841 On January 6, 2018 Deputy Ridgely responded to Abbey Lane, Huntingtown for the report of a theft. The victim stat- ed that an unknown suspect(s) stole their handmade log cabin mailbox and mail- box post. The value of stolen property is $200. Arrest: On January 3, 2017 Deputy William- son conducted a traffic stop in the area of Route 4 and Chaneyville Road. While making contact with the driver later identified as Christopher Slattery (37) of Prince Frederick, Trooper McCombs arrived on scene to perform a K9 sniff on the vehicle. The K9 sniff resulted in a positive alert and a search of Slattery and the vehicle was conducted. The search resulted in narcotics and paraphernalia. Slattery was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County De- tention Center where he was charged with CDS: Possession-Not marijuana (crack cocaine), CDS: Possession of Par- Cops & Courts The Calvert County Times Thursday, January 11, 2018 aphernalia, and other appropriate traffic citations. On January 4, 2018 Deputy R. Shrawder responded to the Marriott Springhill Suites, Prince Frederick for the report of a male subject being dis- orderly in the lobby. Deputy Shrawder arrived on scene and was informed the disorderly subject had returned to his room. Deputy Shrawder made contact with two male subjects in the room, and observed paraphernalia and narcot- ics in plain view. The male subject later identified as Mark Weisner (29) of North Carolina was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Cen- ter where he was charged with CDS: Possession- Not marijuana (Heroin) and CDS: Posses- sion of Paraphernalia. On January 6, 2017 Deputy Yates re- sponded to the Walmart, Prince Fred- erick for the report of a theft and two subjects in the store who were possibly under the influence of narcotics. Deputy Yates made contact with the first indi- vidual later identified as Gina Gear (25) of Saint Leonard who appeared to be disoriented and slurring her speech. As Deputy Yates was speaking to Gear, the second individual identified as Joseph Fabian (32) of Saint Leon- ard began to speak with Gear as well. Deputy Yates was made aware that Fa- bian had removed an item out of a box and placed it in his jack- et, and Gear possibly had stolen some clothing items while in the changing room. A search of Fabian was conducted and the stolen item was located as well as narcotics. A search of Gear was con- ducted, resulting in the stolen property, narcotics, and paraphernalia. Fabian was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with CDS: Possession-Not marijuana (Alprazolam) and Theft Less Than $100. Gear was placed under ar- rest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with CDS: Possession-Not Marijuana (Alprazolam), CDS: Possession of Para- phernalia, and Theft Less Than $100. 9 Annapolis Man Indicted on Animal Cruelty Charges By Guy Leonard Staff Writer A Calvert County Grand Jury has re- turned a four-count indictment against Joshua Sack, of Annapolis, for abusing a young pit bull dog named Sosa back in November. The indictment states that starting sometime between Nov. 1 and Nov. 6 the abuse of the dog began; the follow- ing week Sack also neglected to take the animal to a veterinary hospital to seek necessary care, which netted him an ani- mal cruelty charge. During that same week, between Nov. 7 and Nov. 16, the indictment stated, the abuse against the dog continued with the final act of abuse occurring on or about Nov. 17. Charging documents filed against Sack in county District Court prior to the Cir- cuit Court indictment show that his dog likely suffered from strangulation before being brought to the veterinary clinic, according to the medical judgment of veterinary doctors at the Huntingtown emergency animal hospital. Once the five-month old American pit bull had been brought in to the animal hospital Nov. 17 doctors placed him on life support, charging documents stat- ed, with “significant inflammation and swelling injuries to the dog’s neck, caus- ing trouble breathing and possible head trauma.” Doctors also diagnosed the dog, named Sosa, with “apparent paralysis” because it was not able to move its legs. Sack, charging documents stated, had told Animal Control Officer Frederick Sheckels that he had brought his dog in after an episode at his residence where Sosa had defecated in his bed and Sack had placed him in the bathtub to wash him. Sack said he went back to change his sheets when he found the dog on the floor of the bathroom with trouble breathing. A Calvert sheriff’s detective later in- terviewed Sack and said there were in- consistencies in the defendant’s story and that he had told the detective that “he had placed his arm around the dog’s neck,” charging documents showed. By Nov. 18 Sack had made several calls to the veterinary hospital where his dog was being treated, asking for Sosa back but Sheckels said he had seized the dog based on its poor condition. Charging documents also alluded to a visit by Sacks and his dog to the same Huntingtown animal hospital Nov. 7 but that visit was not followed up at the Chesapeake Animal Clinic. 8th Annual Southern Maryland Bridal Expo S unday , J anuary 14 th 11:30 - 2:30 Bay District Fire Department Braddock Hall The Grand prize will be a new wedding gown from Today’s Bride up to a value of $1,000.00. The drawing for the Grand prize will be at 2:30 pm. Admission is FREE and tickets are not required. Registration & Information For more information contact Patrick Stanley Jr. at 301-863-1029 or 46900 South Shangri-La Drive | Lexington Park, Maryland