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Media Releases, 5/22/2017

Citizens with information on any criminal activity in Calvert County, who wish to report it anonymously, can now access the Calvert County Crime Solvers online by clicking on the Crime Solvers link at www.CalvertCountySheriff.us or by calling 410-535-2880.

                  Crime Solvers offers rewards of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest or
                                           indictment of a person involved in criminal activity.


During the week of May 15 through May 21, 2017, deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,479 calls for service throughout the community.
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Burglary Case #17- 25338:

On May 15, 2017, at approximately 8:15pm, Deputy K. Parks responded to a reported burglary on Serenity Court, in Prince Frederick. Upon arriving the victim advised they were gone between 4:30pm and returned around 7:30pm and noticed the wood frame around the front door was cracked. Upon further exam they realized someone tried to kick in the front door. Nothing of value appears to be stolen.

CDS Violation Case #17-25519:

On May 16, 2017, at approximately 3:00pm, Deputy T. Rzepkowski responded to a check welfare call on several persons passed out inside of a vehicle that was parked at the Park Place Medical Building, in Prince Frederick. Upon investigating Heather Davis, 34, of St. Leonard, was found to be in possession of an orange prescription bottle with no label. Inside of the prescription bottle was two different kinds of pills, seven (7) Oxycodone and fourteen (14) Methadone. Davis was charged and arrested for two (2) counts of Possession of a Synthetic Narcotic (Oxycontin and Methadone).

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                                                                           Heather Davis

CDS Violation Case #17-25513:

On May 16, 2017, at approximately 2:30pm, Deputy N. Buckler responded to the area of Ponds Wood/Hardesty Road for the report of an auto accident. Upon arrival he observed a pickup truck lying on its’ side in a field, with the occupants and multiple witnesses to the accident standing outside the vehicle. He spoke with the driver, Zachary Duran, 27, of Prince Frederick, and passenger, David Snider, 26, of Owings, who confirmed they were not injured and refused medical treatment. After confronting the subjects about a bag they tossed into the woods, Deputy Buckler located a small fabric bag containing marijuana and multiple pills (Morphine and Temazepam). He also located a set of nunchucks jammed in between the driver’s seat and the center console. The driver, Duran, had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath and had lethargic and slurred speech. Duran was arrested and charged with DUI, DWI, Possession of CDS (Morphine), Obstructing and Hindering and a Concealed Dangerous Weapon (nunchucks). Snider was arrested for Possession of CDS (Morphine).

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                                                                                    Zachary Duran

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                                                                             David Snider

Destruction of Property Case #17-26027:

On May 18, 2017, at approximately 11:00pm, Deputy E. Yates responded to Serenity Court, in Prince Frederick, for the report of damaged property. He met with the victim who advised they believe someone had intentionally slashed a tire on their vehicle the previous evening. They noticed the air in the tire was leaking and attempted to repair the tire using the ‘fix-a-flat’ product. After fix-a-flat did not work, they spoke with a neighbor who stated they had seen someone standing next to their vehicle that same evening. The case is suspended pending further suspect information.

Disorderly Conduct Case #17-26041:

On May 19, 2017, at approximately, 12:30am, Deputy R. Shrawder observed a patron in the Buckets Sports Bar, in Lusby, become highly intoxicated after consuming numerous drinks throughout the night. Edwin Foote, Jr., 27, of Lusby, was loud, belligerent and became disrespectful towards the bartenders when told numerous times to discontinue going behind the bar. Due to his behavior and intoxication, he was told he needed to leave for the night. He refused to listen and continued to yell and cuss outside the bar. He attempted to re-enter the bar and was told he could not go back inside. At this time he started to run and refused to comply with Deputy Shrawder’s verbal commands. He was placed under arrest for Disorderly Conduct, Fail to Obey a Lawful Order, Trespass on Private Property and Resist/Interfere with Arrest. He was also issued a no trespass order for Buckets Sports Bar.

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                                                                          Edwin Foote, Jr.

Motor Vehicle Theft Case #17-25586:

On May 16, 2017, at approximately 9:15pm, Deputy T. Buckler responded to the area of Dayton Avenue/7th Street for a reported hit and run accident. The complainant advised he witnessed a vehicle strike a parked car in front of a residence and drove off with a flat front right tire. Deputy R. Cress notified Deputy Buckler that he had located the suspect vehicle behind the Boys and Girls Club in North Beach. After responding to the location and seeing no suspects on the scene, he was contacted by the vehicle owner who confirmed the damaged vehicle was his and it had been stolen from the Dunkirk parking lot. He explained that he allowed Travis Watts, 29, of Oxon Hill, MD, to sit in his car while he was working but at no time did he give Watts permission to drive the vehicle, knowing Watts' license was suspended. The investigation further revealed William Parran, II, 28, of Chesapeake Beach, got behind the wheel and was responsible for striking the parked car. He continued driving and eventually parked the vehicle at the Boys and Girls Club. The investigation also revealed Manuel Osborne, Jr., who initially denied any involvement with the vehicle, had picked up Watts and provided him a ride back to Dunkirk after the accident took place. Watts was arrested for Motor Vehicle/Unlawful Taking; Parran, II, was charged on an application for Destruction of Property/Traffic Offenses; Osborne was charged on an application for Providing False Information to a Peace Officer.

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                                                                              Travis Watts

Theft Case #17-25934:

On May 18, 2017, Deputy B. Sampson met with a citizen at the Sheriff’s Office who wanted to report a theft. The victim explained they had stopped at the 7-11, in Huntingtown, around 1:30pm the day before and placed their Samsung Galaxy 6 cell phone (with purple case) down while shopping. The victim forgot to pick the phone back up and left it in the store. After gathering the victim’s information and returning to the 7-11, Deputy Sampson determined the phone may have been stolen from a different location, as 7-11 employees could not locate video confirming a theft had taken place. At this time this case will be suspended.




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