QA Press Release 10/23-10/26

INCIDENT:         Theft

DATE/TIME:      10/23/2011 @ 1156 Hours

LOCATION:       600 Block ofBuckingham Drive, Stevensville

VICTIM:             Kimberly L. Laning of Stevensville

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim reported that someone during the night of 10/22 – 10/23 stole her son’s green & black Mongoose bike from her front porch. The bike was valued at $200.

 

DEPUTY:          A/Cpl. John Brockman

CASE:              11-35106

 

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INCIDENT:         DWI

DATE/TIME:      10/23/2011 @ 1224 Hours

LOCATION:      White Marsh Road, Centreville

ARREST:          Nancy Elaine Harris (31) of Centreville

 

NARRATIVE:     Deputies were dispatched to location for a report of a 2000 Ford truck in a ditch after striking a mailbox. On arrival the driver was identified as Nancy Elaine Harris who appeared to be under the influence. Several witnesses stated that they had observed the truck swerving down the road, striking a mailbox and then fishtailed into a ditch. After field sobriety tasks were attempted, Harris was placed under arrest for DWI and later released to the custody of a family member.

 

DEPUTY:          A/Cpl. John Brockman

CASE:              11-35108

 

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INCIDENT:         Theft

DATE/TIME:      10/24/2011 @ 0953 Hours

LOCATION:      Main Street, Church Hill

VICTIM:             QA Board of Ed

 

NARRATIVE:     Caller advised she had witnessed two males wearing “hoodies” stealing the stop sign and the one way sign near the elementary school at approximately 2130 hours on the 23rd. Caller stated she told them to stop but noticed in the morning the signs were missing. The signs had an estimated value of $200.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Jessica Kellogg

CASE:              11-35183

 

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INCIDENT:         Harassment

DATE/TIME:      10/24/2011 @ 0959 Hours

LOCATION:      MatapeakeMiddle School, Stevensville

VICTIM:             Female (13) of Stevensville

 

NARRATIVE:     School Resource Deputy Davidson was advised of two You Tube videos that had been posted by a 13 year old male student, making degrading remarks about a female student. Davidson was also advised that the girl and her parents felt that she was being harassed. The boy was contacted and advised to remove the videos immediately of face legal actions and suggested to write an apology letter.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Jeremy Davidson

CASE:              11-35186

 

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INCIDENT:         Attempted Burglary

DATE/TIME:      10/24/2011 @ 1520 Hours

LOCATION:       300 block ofRound Top Road, Chestertown

VICTIM:             Joanna Rash of Chestertown

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim reported upon arriving home she noticed that someone had attempted to gain entry into her residence. A front porch door had been pried open and a slide bolt broken. No entry had been made into the main residence and nothing appeared to be missing. Damage was estimated at $100.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Steve Gore

CASE:              11-35222

 

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INCIDENT:         Theft

DATE/TIME:      10/24/2011 @ 1750 Hours

LOCATION:       800 block ofDuhamel Corner Road, Marydel

VICTIM:             Rebecca McContay of Marydel

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim reported that her Huffy Bicycle had been stolen from her front porch. The bike was last seen about a week prior and described it as a 1984 Royal Blue women’s bike with white wall tires. Value was placed at $100.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Steve Gore

CASE:              11-35235

 

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INCIDENT:         MDOP

DATE/TIME:      10/25/2011 @ 2358 Hours

LOCATION:       200 Block ofOlive Branch Road, Stevensville

VICTIM:             Brendi Neitzey of Stevensville

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim reported her black driveway light pole was pushed over and leaning parallel to the ground. There were also fresh tire tracks in the yard where someone had driven over the pole. Damage was estimated at $300.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Jason Rickard

CASE:              11-35270

 

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INCIDENT:         Violation of Protection Order

DATE/TIME:      10/25/2011 @ 0748 Hours

LOCATION:      103 Creston Road, Chestertown

VICTIM:             Kimberly L. McGrath of Chestertown

ARREST:          Steven Scott McGrath (40) of Princess Anne, MD

 

NARRATIVE:     Sheriff’s Units responded the address following a complaint of Steven McGrath had entered the residence after being served a Protection Order which included his not entering the home. Mr. McGrath was located in the basement asleep. He was taken into custody, transported and processed at the Sheriff’s Headquarters.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Steve Gore

CASE:              11-35285

 

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INCIDENT:         Theft

DATE/TIME:      10/25/2011 @ 1339 Hours

LOCATION:       424 Outlet Center,Queenstown,MD.

VICTIM:             GAP Store

ARREST:          Kenneth Donell Jones (25) ofBaltimore

                        Cynthia Denise Payne (47) ofBaltimore

 

NARRATIVE:     The Sheriff’s Office responded to the GAP store for a report of two individual stealing merchandise and then fleeing in a gray Ford Taurus. Surveillance footage showed the two stuffing toddler shirts into a large dark bag. The Sheriff’s Office notified the MdTA Police and the car was stopped as it enteredAnneArundelCounty. The driver, Cynthia Payne was found to be suspended and had outstanding warrants inBaltimoreCounty. The stolen items from GAP were also located in the car as well as other merchandise. Both subjects were transported to the Sheriff’s Office Headquarters.

 

Items recovered included 5 pairs of pants, 3 pairs of jeans and 3 shirts from Carters, Girls Dress Shoes from Stride Right, 4 Shirts from GAP, 7 Shirts from Nautica, 7 pairs of women’s underwear and 3 pairs of pajamas from Legg/Hanes and a suitcase from LL Bean. The stolen items had a total retail price of $920.

 

Both subjects were charged with multiple counts of theft and theft scheme. Both subjects were held on a $7500 each.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Jessica Kellogg

ASSIST:            Captain Brian Smith and MdTA Police

CASE:              11-35329

 

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INCIDENT:         MDOP

DATE/TIME:      10/25/2011 @ 1359 Hours

LOCATION:      19 Prospect Bay Drive West, Grasonville

VICTIM:            DorothyDisharoon & ProspectBayCommunity

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim reported her mailbox had been spray painted with the letters “FU”. A nearby golf course sign had also been vandalized with “Bitch” spray painted. Damages were estimated at $75.

 

DEPUTY:          Cpl. Mark Carr

CASE:              11-35335

 

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INCIDENT:         Medical Emergency

DATE/TIME:      10/26/2011 @ 0058 Hours

LOCATION:      Church Street, Stevensville

VICTIM:             Female (66) of Stevensville

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim advised she was tired of living and had taken unknown amounts of prescription medication. She was transported toChesterRiverHospitalfor treatment.

 

DEPUTY:          Sgt. John H. Meyers

CASE:              11-35391

 

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INCIDENT:         Threats / Harassment

DATE/TIME:      10/26/2011 @ 1233 Hours

LOCATION:      700 Old Love Point Road, Stevensville

VICTIM:             Lisa M. Puglisi of Stevensville

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim reported that she had seen her ex-boyfriend earlier in the day while inAnnapolis. He had tried to get her to ride with him and then assaulted her. While at home she had received a call from him stating he was on theBayBridgecoming over to her home and implied he had a gun. Deputies responded to the area and later made contact with the male who denied he was on the shore, had a gun and was going to try and see her.

 

The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioner for a protective order.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Amanda Watts

CASE:              11-35436

 

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INCIDENT:         Assault

DATE/TIME:      10/26/2011 @ 1440 Hours

LOCATION:       Rt. 18 nearMarshy Creek Road,Chester

VICTIM:             Keith A. Armacher of Crofton

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim advised he was bike riding when he felt something wet striking his jacket as a pickup drove past him. A witness provided the victim the tag number from the truck. The owner was contacted and advised his son was in possession of the truck and where to locate him. The son advised he and several of his friends were riding around when one of the passengers threw a cup of ice at the bicyclist.

 

The victim was not injured and was provided information of the suspect and referred to a District Court Commissioner.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Amanda Watts

CASE:              11-35455

 

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INCIDENT:         Theft / Burglary

DATE/TIME:      10/26/2011 @ 1545 Hours

LOCATION:       100 Block ofBarclay Cutoff Road, Barclay

VICTIM:             Dorazita Newton of Barclay

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim reported that an unknown person had entered her open barn and had taken a Gould water pump from a locked area. The pump was a blue ½ HP pump valued at $300.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. George Sewell

CASE:              11-35465

 

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INCIDENT:         Theft

DATE/TIME:      10/26/2011 @ 1749 Hours

LOCATION:       4000 Block ofMain Street, Grasonville

VICTIM:             Kathleen H. Shepard of Grasonville

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim advised she had made arrangements to have her 1991 Nissan repaired with a new clutch in June. The person working on the car requested $225 for parts. About a week later he advised that the transmission was also damaged and need an additional $1000 which the victim paid. Despite repeated attempts to have the car returned, the repairman had failed to do so. In October the victim located the car and found the windows down, the battery missing, a running board removed and it appears no repairs have been made.

 

The case remains open at this time.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Amanda Watts

CASE:              11-35482

 

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INCIDENT:         Medical Emergency

DATE/TIME:      10/26/2011 @ 1930 Hours

LOCATION:      Peters Corner Road,Marydel,MD

VICTIM:             Male (25) of Marydel

 

NARRATIVE:     Male subject had made it known that he was contemplating suicide and was asking friends for a firearm. Subject was located, taken into custody and transported toChesterRiverHospitalfor treatment,

 

DEPUTY:          Deputy Maria Bassaro

CASE:              11-35489

 

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