Calvert County Times May 18, 2017 - Page 6

6 The Calvert County Times Crime Sheriff’s Office Press Releases During the week of May 8 through May 14 deputies of the Calvert County Sher- iff’s Office responded to 1,280 calls for service throughout the community. Burglary Case #17- 25098: On May 14, 2017, at approximately 7:15pm, Deputy B. Sampson was dis- patched to a reported burglary that took place on Cliff Trail, in Port Republic. He made contact with the complainant who stated they realized someone(s) had gained entry into their home when they noticed items were moved out of place. A basement bedroom window had been opened, a bed was in disarray and the bathroom facilities had been used. There was no sign of a forced entry; therefore, it is possible the suspect knew of the loca- tion of the hidden spare key. Burglary Case #17-24900: On May 13, 2017, Deputy R. Kreps re- sponded to Stephanies Lane, in Hunting- town, in reference to a burglary. The com- plainant advised that sometime between 3:00pm on May 6 and 3:00pm on May 12, someone(s) had broken into their shed by cutting off the lock. Stolen items include: two (2) outdoor rocking chairs, a red and gray Honda lawnmower (Model HRX- 217VKA), an Echo Brush cutter (Model SRM-210) and two (2) leaf blowers. Burglary Case #17-24166: On May 9, 2017, Deputy W. Beisel re- sponded to Lower Marlboro Road, in Owings, for the report of a burglary. The victim advised that on May 2nd, between 10:00am and 4:00am, they left their resi- dence unlocked and unattended due to expecting a delivery of kitchen cabinets. When the victim returned to the resi- dence, they realized their black Oreck handheld vacuum was missing. After speaking with the delivery company, they were advised a heavy set black male and female were in the home and let them in. The case is currently suspended pending further information. Burglary Case #17-23974: On May 8, 2017, Deputy E. Yates was dispatched to Old Town Road, in Hun- tingtown, for the report of a burglary. The victim explained that someone(s) damaged the interior and exterior of their home, along with several windows on a large storage outbuilding. After the vic- tim completed a walkthrough of the prop- erty, they reported that no property had been stolen, but items of trash had been thrown around and empty beer cans were left at the scene. CDS Violation Case #17-25076: On May 14, 2017, at approximately 3:30pm, Deputy Y. Bortchevsky conduct- ed a traffic stop on a vehicle at the inter- section of Bayside Road, in Chesapeake Beach. After making contact with the driver, Amelia Dorwart, 26, of Hughes- ville, MD, he discovered two (2) used syringes under Dorwart’s seat and two (2) additional used syringes in the pocket of her jeans, bundled on the back seat of her car. A wanted check of the passenger, Shaye Lynn Beal, 24, of Lothian, MD, re- vealed that she had an outstanding Bench Warrant for Failing to Obey a Prior Order. Dorwart was placed under arrest for CDS Administer Equipment Possession/Dis- tribute; Beal was placed under arrest for her outstanding warrant. CDS Violation Case #17-24903: On May 13, 2017, at approximately 4:00pm, Deputy B. Pounsberry was alert- ed that a vehicle traveling northbound on Bayside Road/1st Street, in North Beach, was driving recklessly and nearly caused an accident. He conducted a traffic stop and identified the driver as Nicholas Ca- tucci, 47, of Dunkirk. Catucci was dis- playing multiple signs of being under the influence (pupils, slurred speech and lethargic movements). An orange pill bottle was seen in the center console and contained two (2) different types of pills. Also discovered were two (2) torn, melted bag tips on the vehicle floor board near Catucci’s feet, two (2) used syringes in the seat pouch, as well as three (3) baggies containing heroin in the center console. Catucci was placed under arrest for Pos- session of a Controlled Dangerous Sub- stance (heroin), Possession of Parapherna- lia (syringes), received citations for using a cellular device while driving and also failure to drive right of center. CDS Violation Case #17-24494: On May 11, 2017, at approximately 12:30am, Deputy G. Gott conducted a traffic stop, in the area of MD Rt. 4/Par- doe Road (St. Leonard), on a vehicle trav- eling with a driver’s side head light out. When speaking with the driver, Collette Jones, 47, of Lusby, he observed a pre- scription bottle in plain view. There were multiple medications stored in the same bottle; Deputy Gott informed Jones she could not store medication in this manner. In the bottle was a plastic bag containing nine (9) alprazolam pills and five (5) oxy- codone pills. Due to Jones not being able to provide documentation for the medica- tion, she was transported to the Detention Center and charged with Possession of a Synthetic Narcotic (Oxycontin), Posses- sion of a nonnarcotic drug (Alprazolam) and issued a traffic warning for the broken headlight. CDS Violation Case #17-24319: On May 10, 2017, at approximately Thursday, May 18, 2017 10:30am, Deputy K. Williamson con- ducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Skinners Turn Road/Investment Court, in Owings, on a vehicle being driven by Rodney Ward Jr, 34, of North Beach. The Control Center advised that Ward, Jr. has a total of eight (8) open driving suspen- sions on his license. When conducting a search incident to arrest, Deputy William- son discovered two (2) pill bottles contain- ing multiple pills in Ward’s left front pants pocket. Ward was charged with two (2) counts of Possession of a Non-Narcotic drug (Alprazolam and Adderall) and Pos- session of Paraphernalia (bottle). He also received traffic citations for driving on a suspended license and failure to display a license. Disorderly Conduct Case # 17-25075: On May 14, 2017, at approximately 3:00pm, Deputy A. Woodford was dis- patched to Kent Road, in Sunderland, for the report of a disorderly subject. 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