QA Press Release 8/17

QUEEN ANNE’S COUNTY SHERIFF’S PRESS RELEASES

 

INCIDENT:           Burglary / Theft

DATE / TIME:      08/13/2012 @ 1038 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:         Oakmont Avenue, Church Hill

VICTIM:               Ryan Kelty of Church Hill

 

NARRATIVE:        Victim reported that while out of the country, someone had stolen a lap top computer from his residence. The laptop is described as MacBook Pro 8.2 valued at $2800.

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy Whitney Elliott

CASE:                    12-23251

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INCIDENT:           Warrant Service / CDS

DATE / TIME:      08/13/2012 @ 1526 Hours

LOCATION:         Queen Anne’s County Circuit Courthouse, Centreville

 

ARREST:               David Dwayne Hicks (28) of Millington

CHARGE:              FTA on Non-Support

 

NARRATIVE:        David Hicks entered the Queen Anne’s County Circuit Courthouse and was recognized by Cpl. English at the front desk. While Hicks was in the Clerk’s Office the warrant for Non-Support was verified and as he attempted to exit was taken into custody. A search of Mr. Hicks resulted in the seizure of three baggies of suspected marijuana. Hicks was held on the Bench Warrant at the Detention Center. Charges reference to suspected marijuana are pending lab results.

 

DEPUTY:              Cpl. Phil English

ASSIST:                 Dfc. Zack House

CASE:                    12-23279

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INCIDENT:           Traffic Arrest

DATE / TIME:      08/13/2012 @ 1730 Hours

LOCATION:         RT 50 @ Kent Narrows, Grasonville

 

ARREST:               Patricia Shannon O’Sullivan (28) of Grasonville

CHARGE:              Driving on a Suspended / Revoked License

 

NARRATIVE:        A green passenger car was observed was stopped for several equipment violations and expired registration. Driver was identified as Ms. O’Sullivan by a Maryland Identification card. MVA confirmed her license to be suspended and she was taken into custody. She was later released on a Unsecured $1000 Bond by a District Court Commissioner.

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy Chad Hartmetz

CASE:                    12-23286

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INCIDENT:           Traffic Arrest

DATE / TIME:      08/13/2012 @ 2111 Hours

LOCATION:         Main Street in Church Hill

 

ARREST:               Senovia Elizabet Paz Orozco (27) of Church Hill

CHARGE:              Driving without a Driver’s License

 

NARRATIVE:        A gray pick-up was observed being operated on the wrong side of the road by an off-duty police officer. The vehicle was stopped and detained until a deputy arrived. The vehicle was occupied by a female driver, a male passenger and a male juvenile. The female driver offered an identification card (later found to be fictitious) and stated she did not have a license.  No record of the driver could be located and she was taken into custody. The passengers were not detained. Ms. Orozco was taken to Sheriff’s Headquarters, processed and then released by a District Court Commissioner on her own recognizance.

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy Chase Armington

ASSIST:                 Pfc. Michael Lewis (CPD)

CASE:                    12-23300

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INCIDENT:           Found Bicycle

DATE / TIME:      08/14/2012 @ 1627 Hours

LOCATION:         Skipper Lane, Chester

VICTIM:               Unknown

 

NARRATIVE:        Citizen walking behind Kent Island Elementary School located a bike in the woods just off of the trail.  The TREK bike was turned over to a deputy and was placed into property held. The owner can claim the bike by calling (410) 758-0770 and identifying it.

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy Whitney Elliott

CASE:                    12-23393

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INCIDENT:           Burglary / Theft

DATE / TIME:      08/15/2012 @ 1827 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:         1700 Block of Busic Church Road, Marydel

VICTIM:               Ryan Kornas of Marydel

 

NARRATIVE:        Victim reported missing his 2003 Green Kawasaki Motorcycle from his unlocked shed. The Cycle was a 250CC model and valued at $1800.

 

DEPUTY:              Dfc. George Sewell

CASE:                    12-23502

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INCIDENT:           Burglary

DATE / TIME:      08/16/2012 @ 0204 Hours

LOCATION:         101 Nichols Manor Road, Stevensville

VICTIM:               Cloverfields Property Owners Association

ARREST:               Nicholas Rexford Reinheimer (18) of Stevensville

CHARGE:              Burglary (3 Counts)

 

NARRATIVE:        Home Owner in the area observed the light on in the “Snack Shack” at the community pool and started to go over turn it off thinking one of the workers had left it on. A few minutes later the light was now off. The home owner called the Sheriff’s Office and went over to the area and could hear noises inside the shack. The suspect began to leave and when told to stop, did so. When Dfc. Ambrose arrived the suspect was identified as Nicholas Reinheimer and was in possession of bolt cutters, a cut padlock and a back pack. Further inspection of the shack showed tampering with the cash register which had minor damage. Suspect was taken into custody and processed at the Sheriff’s Headquarters. A District Court Commissioner set bail at $15,000. At a bail review the judge raised the bail to $50,000 and held him at the QA Detention Center.

 

DEPUTY:              Dfc. Seth Ambrose

ASSIST:                 Cloverfields Neighborhood Crime Watch

CASE:                    12-23538

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INCIDENT:           Burglary / Theft

DATE / TIME:      08/16/2012 @ 0513 Hours

LOCATION:         1800 Block of Sudlersville Road, Sudlersville

VICTIM:               George Davis of Sudlersville

 

NARRATIVE:        A neighbor of the victim called him after finding a gas can on the edge of his property. Realizing it was his and is kept in his shop, the victim checked and found that the door had been pried open. Several items were located near the shed but left behind by the burglar. Numerous wrenches, socket sets, a hydraulic tubing bender, saw and an extension cord was taken with an estimated value of $1,925.00

 

DEPUTY:              Dfc. George Sewell

CASE:                    12-23543

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