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    ´╗┐Crime in Calvert Posting Marathon CDS VIOLATION CASE 17 18867: On April 11, 2017, Deputy T. Mohler conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle speeding over the legal limit. He made contact with the driver, Charles Ramey, 34, of Bryans Road, MD, and was advised the reason for the stop. A K9 unit responded to the scene and gave a positive alert. Ramey was found to have a short straw and a one dollar bill fold containing a white powdery substance in his left pants pocket. He was charged on a Criminal Citation for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (cut straw) and issued the appropriate traffic citation for speeding. DISORDERLY CONDUCT CASE 17 19756: On April 15, 2017, at approximately 11:45pm, Deputy J. Harms conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle near Barreda Boulevard/Rousby Hall Road, in Lusby, after witnessing the vehicle spinning tires in the roadway. While making contact with the driver, the passenger, Brandon Cornwell, 23, of Lusby, began yelling and cursing and would not remain in the vehicle. He was instructed several times to return to the vehicle and stop yelling, as he had drawn attention to himself, causing occupants to look outside and several vehicles to slow down to watch. After several futile attempts to get Cornwell to cooperate, he was arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct and Failure to Obey a Lawful Order. THEFT CASE 17 19497: On April 14, 2017, at approximately 5:00pm, Deputy C. Callison spoke with a victim reporting a theft from vehicle they had parked in the K Mart parking lot, in Prince Frederick. The victim stated they left the vehicle for about 4 hours (8:00am 12:00 noon) on April 11th. Upon returning they discovered several items missing from a tool bag they had left on the seat. Items include: a Snap On Jacket, Power Probe, GPS Stream Light Flashlight, wrench set, multiple hunting calls (duck, goose, predator, turkey, deer) along with a box of turkey shot ammunition. THEFT CASE 17 19101: On April 12, 2017, at approximately 5:00pm, Deputy G. Gott responded to Dusty Hoof Road, in Lusby, for the report of a theft. The complainant stated they called the police because someone had stolen a girl's white and blue bike they had hidden under an outside tarp up against their house. The bike was last seen around 1:00pm on April 10 and found missing on April 11 at 3:00pm. The victim also advised while searching for their bike, they located a silver and black bike lying along the wood line near their home (placed into property held for safe keeping until the owner can be located). THEFT CASE 17 19076: On April 12, 2017, Deputy A. Locke was dispatched to Carter Avenue, in Dunkirk, for the report of a stolen bicycle. Upon arrival he made contact with the complainant who stated on either April 3rd or April 4th, someone stole a girl's white and pink mountain bike (had a malfunctioning gear shifter). If anyone has information pertaining to this missing bike, please contact the Sheriff's Office. THEFT CASE 17 19071: On April 12, 2017, at approximately 1:30pm, Deputy A. Ostazeski was dispatched to the Prince Frederick Walmart store for the report of a shoplifter in custody. He made contact with the store's loss prevention officer who advised he observed a female customer, Dana Lee, 47, of Alexandria, VA, attempting to conceal clothing items and leave the store without paying. Due to the fact that Lee is not a Maryland resident, Deputy Ostazeski transported her to the Detention Center where she was charged with Theft Less Than $100.00. WEAPON VIOLATION CASE 17 19335: On April 13, 2017, at approximately 8:00pm, Deputy R. Shrawder conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle travelling without a working tail light on St Leonard Road/Governor Run Road, in St. Leonard. He was advised this same vehicle was reported to be illegally transporting firearms. He made contact with the driver, Aaron Honeycutt Sr., 49, of St. Leonard, while Deputy R. Burgraff and his K9 partner, Taz, arrived on the scene and made a positive alert. Found inside the vehicle's trunk were three (3) guns and a silver box containing several types of ammunition. Due to a prior conviction which bans Honeycutt from possessing firearms or ammunition, he was arrested for Illegal Possession of Ammunition and Rifle/Shotgun Possession. He was also issued a repair order for the inoperative tag light. BURGLARY CASE 17 20834: On April 22, 2017, Deputy A. Ostazeski responded Cowpoke Circle, in Lusby, for a report of a burglary. The complainant explained that after hearing a loud noise outside their home around 1:30am, they looked around outside and found the lock on their shed broken and the door left wide open. Items stolen from the shed: a red and white Honda 70 dirt bike and two (2) five gallon cans of Kerosene. BURGLARY CASE 17 20321: On April 19, 2017, at approximately 11:00am, Deputy C. Johnson was dispatched to Southern Maryland Blvd, in Dunkirk, for the report of a burglary. He made contact with the property manager who stated someone(s) broke into a vacant office space. The property was last inspected on April 17, when the front door to the business was locked. Today, April 19th, he discovered the front door unlocked and entry was made by an unknown object(s). BURGLARY CASE 17 19984: On April 17, 2017, Deputy A. Ostazeski spoke with a complainant at the Sheriff's Office who wanted to report a burglary that occurred on Decatur Street, in St. Leonard. Around 9:00pm, on the evening of April 15th, the victim had inadvertently left a pair of 14K gold diamond stud earrings in the console of one of their vehicles. The vehicle was parked in the garage but it was left unlocked. Sometime during the night, an unknown person entered the garage and rummaged through their vehicle, stealing the earrings. Nothing else appears to be missing from the vehicle or garage. CDS VIOLATION CASE 17 21000: On April 23, 2017, at approximately 2:30pm, Deputy N. Buckler was able to locate and conduct a traffic stop, at Northbound Rt. 4/Sheckells Road, in Huntingtown, on a vehicle that was broadcast as being driven all over the road. As he approached the vehicle from the passenger side, he observed the passenger side mirror was broken. When the driver and sole occupant, Grace Hammett, 31, of Glen Dale, MD, rolled down the window, he immediately detected the odor of raw marijuana and alcohol emitting from the vehicle. Hammett spoke with slurred speech and had red glassy eyes. A search yielded an orange pill bottle with marijuana, a clear plastic bag with marijuana on the driver's side floorboard, a cut plastic straw with residue, a pill bottle with no label, containing multiple CDS pills and an opened bottle of vodka. She was charged with DUI, DWI, Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substance Not Marijuana, Possession of Paraphernalia and multiple traffic offenses. DAMAGED PROPERTY CASE 17 21080: On April 23, 2017, at approximately 2:00pm, Deputy J. Ward responded to nike outlet tejon the area of Windcliff Road and Goldstein Road, in Prince Fredrick, for the report of damaged property. He spoke with one of the victims who stated a neighbor notified him that his mailbox was one of two (2) that were damaged. The damage occurred sometime between 8:00pm on April 22 7:00am on April 23. DAMAGED PROPERTY CASE 17 20669: On April 21, 2017, at 11:00am, Deputy R. Shrawder responded to HG Trueman Road, in nike outlet 290 cypress Lusby, for the report of damaged property. He spoke with the victim who stated that they noticed 2 holes in the siding of their house. The home sits along the edge of the golf course and the holes appear to be the size of a golf ball. Although it does not appear there was any intent behind the damage, there was no golf balls recovered from the area. THEFT CASE 17 20743: On April 21, 2017, Deputy A. Ostazeski responded to the Patuxent High School for the report of a stolen iPhone 5s. The complainant explained that around 3:00pm they had placed their