QA Press Release 3/20

INCIDENT:       CDS Possession

DATE / TIME:  03/13/2012 @ 2109 Hours

LOCATION:      500 Block of Main Street, Church Hill

VICTIM:          Male (22) of Church Hill

ARREST:         Pending

 

NARRATIVE:    Deputies were dispatched to residence following a medical call for a 22 year old male in cardiac arrest.   While in the residence, Dfc. House observed a marijuana grinder, several partially smoked hand rolled cigarettes with suspected marijuana and several capsules with suspected heroin residue. Paramedics were able to revive the subject to a point the male could be asked what he had taken. The male gave an answer of “Scramble” which is a street term for a mix of heroin and prescription pills. The male was transported to Chester River Medical Center by ambulance. The suspected CDS items were seized and sent to the lab with charges pending the results.

 

DEPUTY:         Dfc. Zach House

ASSIST:         EMS

CASE:            12-07183

 

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INCIDENT:      Traffic / CDS Possession

DATE / TIME:  03/12/2012 @ 2136 Hours

LOCATION:     Rt. 18 @ Piney Creek Road, Chester

ARREST:        Pending

 

NARRATIVE:   Deputy Elliott stopped agray Mazda Tribute for a headlight out on Route 18 in Chester. Driver identified as Martin J. Alderson of Stevensville who was found to be suspended. With an odor in the car, a search was done with a pipe was located in the door and a package that appeared to be CDS in the center console. The driver stated the package contained K2, a synthetic marujuana. Both items were seized and sent to the lab for testing. Alderson was issued citations with additional charges pending the results from the lab. 

 

DEPUTY:       Deputy Whitney Elliott

CASE:          12-07187

 

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INCIDENT:       MDOP

DATE / TIME:  03/13/2012 @ 1307 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:     307 State Street, Stevensville

VICTIM:         Edith Turner of Stevensville

 

NARRATIVE:   Victim reported finding several window screen slashed on her shop on State Street. She advised the damage occurred simce she last checked on 3/12 and the damage was estimated at $100.

 

DEPUTY:         Deputy Charles Harris

CASE:            12-07270

 

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INCIDENT:      Theft

DATE / TIME:  03/13/2012 @ 2230 Hours

LOCATION:     1720 Main Street, Chester

VICTIM:         Rite Aid

 

NARRATIVE:   Deputies were dispatched to area for a report of two suspicious males in the area. Upon arrival, Dfc. House was advised by a citizen that two men wearing hooded sweat shirts had run from the direction of Rite Aid carrying large boxes marked televisions. At the same time, MSP was in Claiborne Woods in the process of recovering a stolen car. Witnesses there reported seeing two males wearing hooded sweatshirts walking towards the area of Rt. 552 and Rt.18. Dfc. House then walked the path similiar the suspects had taken and located two new televisions in the boxes near a fence a short distance from the stolen car. Despite a rain shower a half an hour before, the boxes were dry. A review of security footage from Rite Aid showed the two males taking the television from the shelf and walking out the door.

 

The suspects were described as white males, one wearing a black hooded sweatshirt  with “NY” on the front, black skinny jeans and black tennis shoes. The second male was wearing a black hat, white hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and black tennis shoes. A search of the area failed to locate the suspects. Investigation by MSP and Sheriff’s Office continues. The televisions were valued at $600. 

 

DEPUTY:      Dfc. Zack House

ASSIST:      MSP

CASE:         12-07338

 

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INCIDENT:       Medical Emergency

DATE / TIME:  03/13/2012 @ 1230 Hours

LOCATION:     671 Romancoke Road (Matepeake Middle School) Stevensville

VICTIM:         Male (53) of Stevensville

 

NARRATIVE:   Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the middle and elementary schools on Romanacoke Road for a report of a suspicious male. Both schools had been locked down by school officials. Deputy Copper located the man who was near his pickup truck and appeared to be disoriented and was not wearing a shirt. The man’s truck had a smashed windshield and the man stated he had hit his head. The man also stated he had children at the schools but could remeber why he had come there, and that a doctor had wanted him to have some tests but insurance wouldn’t cover it. No evidence of alcohol or drugs were evident and the man did not have a weapon. He was transported to Anne Arundel Medical Center for treatment. A cat was found in the man’s truck and was taken from the scene by animal control. The truck was towed from the location.

 

DEPUTY:      Deputy Terry Copper (School Resource Deputy)

CASE:          12-07266

 

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INCIDENT:       Medical Emergency

DATE / TIME:  03/14/2012 @ 0009 Hours

LOCATION:     Rt. 213 near Schrader Road, Chestertown

VICTIM:          Male (48) from Centreville

 

NARRATIVE:   A man walking on Rt 213 called 911 and told dispatchers that he was thinking about jumping in front of a car to kill himself. Dfc. Larry Steenken responded and located the man near Schrader Road. The man reported walking from Centreville to Galena two days ago and smoked crack with subjects there. Tonight he was walking back and was depressed. The male who was soaked and sweating heavily, advised he had mental issues in the past was taken into custody and transported to Chester River Medical Center for treatment. 

 

DEPUTY:       Dfc. Larry Steenken

CASE:           12-07357

 

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INCIDENT:       Medical Emergency

DATE / TIME:  03/14/2012 @ 1351 Hours

LOCATION:     Postal Road, Chester

VICTIM:          Female (43) of Chester

 

NARRATIVE:    Dfc. Ambrose was dispatched to location to check on a female who had missed work for three days. Ambrose located the woman who stated she had been drinking, not eating and was having issues from a death in the family. She was taken into custody and transported to Anne Arundel Medical Center for treatment.

 

DEPUTY:         Dfc. Seth Ambrose

CASE:             12-07420

 

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INCIDENT:       Disorderly Subject

DATE / TIME:  03/16/2012 @ 0823 Hours

LOCATION:     125 Ruthsburg Road, Centreville

VICTIM:          QACHS

ARREST:         Male (16) of Church Hill

CHARGES:       Disturbance in a School

 

NARRATIVE:   School Resource Deputy Chris Parkinson was advised that a student was acting disorderly and his parent was on the way to remove him from the school. Before the parent could arrive, the studentwas observed walking the halls and refused to return to the office until his parent arrived. The student refused and began to walk away. A school Official also asked the male to go to the school’s office. Dfc. Parkinson also told the male to stop walking the hall and go to the office. When the male refused and began to walk away, he was taken into custody and charged with disturbance of school operations. He was removed from the school and taken to the Sheriff’s Headquarters. After processing and being referred to Juvenile Justice, he was released to his parent.

 

DEPUTY:        Dfc. Chris Parkinson

CASE:            12-07595

 

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INCIDENT:      Possession of CDS

DATE / TIME: 03/16/2012 @ 1522 Hours

LOCATION:    Rt. 301 @ Rolling Bridge Road, Centreville

ARREST:       Thomas Lee Miller Jr. (30) of Denton, MD

CHARGE:       Possession of CDS (Marijuana)

 

NARRATIVE:  Dfc. House stopped a Honda Civic because the vehicle’s windshield was cracked. The driver (sole occupant) was identified by a MD Driver’s license as Thomas Miller. After issuing an ERO, DFc. House made a scan of the car with K9 Nero. The dog alerted to the car and Miller stated he couldn’t advise why although he had just recently purchased the car. A search resulted in the seizure of a small amount of suspected marijuana from a book bag in the passenger seat. Also in the book bag was a wallet and cash which Miller claimed as his. Miller was placed under arrest and charged with possession of CDS. He was later released on his personal recognizance by a District Court Commissioner.

 

DEPUTY:      Dfc. Zack House

ASSIST:      K9 Nero

CASE:         12-07643