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QA SHERIFF PRESS RELEASES

 

 

INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE/TIME:        05/03/2012 @ 1434 Hours

LOCATION:         North County Area near Sudlersville

VICTIM:               Queen Anne’s County

ARREST:               Male (20) of Grasonville

                              Male (19) of Chester

NARRATIVE:        County Roads Department had been contacted by an electric company employee who advised he had seen several road signs behind a residence on Everett Road. Dfc. Kellogg responded and located two stop signs and five road signs, Duhamel Corner Road (2), Busic Church Road (2) and Peters Corner Road (1).

 

While at the location, a resident of the home arrived and admitted that along with another subject, they had taken the signs when they were drunk one night.

 

Applications for charges for both suspects have been submitted to the District Court Commissioner.

 

DEPUTY:              Dfc. Jessica Kellogg

CASE:                    12-12684

 

 

INCIDENT:           CDS POSSESSION             

DATE/TIME:        05/03/2012 @ 1630 Hours

LOCATION:         RT 8 near Tavakoli Farm Lane, Stevensville            

ARREST:               Nicholas Rexford Reinheimer (18) of Stevensville

CHARGE:              Possession of CDS (Marijuana), Possession of CDS (Marijuana with intent to Distribute, Possession of CDS Paraphernalia (3 Counts)

 

NARRATIVE:        Dfc. Jordan stopped a gold Ford station wagon for speeding. In addition to the driver, there were two passengers in the car. After issuance of a traffic citation to the driver, the driver consented to a search of the car and the two passengers were asked to exit the car. During this time, Dfc. Jordan reports the smell of marijuana on one of the passengers, later identified as Nicholas Reinheimer. A search resulted in the seizure of several baggies of suspected marijuana (estimated six grams), a digital scale, a small zip lock bag with suspected hash and several empty zip lock baggies. As a result Reinheimer was placed under arrest and charged with Possession and possession with intent. After an initial appearance, a District Court Commissioner held him on a $10,000 bail. After being held in the Detention Center, Reinheimer posted bail via Bail Bondsman.

 

DEPUTY:              Dfc. Michael Jordan        

CASE:                    12-12695

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INCIDENT:           Burglary

DATE/TIME:        05/04/2012 @ 0445 Hours

LOCATION:         Fisher Manor Apartments, Grasonville

VICTIM:               Barbara A. Brown of Grasonville

ARREST:               Isaac O’Neil Pierce (27) of Dover, DE.

CHARGE:              Burglary 1st Degree, Burglary 2nd Degree, Burglary 3rd Degree, MDOP

 

NARRATIVE:        Deputies were dispatched to location after the victim called reporting a former boyfriend attempting to gain entry into her residence thru a window. On arrival Deputy Harris located a subject in a blue 4-door sedan. The subject was asked to step out of the car and suspect advised he had a taser and mace in his pocket. Suspect gave a name of Nasir O. Price and advised he was attempting to get a television from the residence. The victim identified the suspect as Isaac Pierce and that she had told him to leave several times, that he refused to and had removed a screen from a window. Victim also stated Pierce had threatened to hurt her if she called police.

 

Suspect was placed under arrest and a search of his car resulted in the seizure of a folding knife, a Remington pump shotgun, a Remington .22 Rifle and 15 rounds of shotgun shells and over 150 rounds of .22 hollow point bullets. A record check showed three open warrants for the subject in Dover Delaware however they will not extradite him.

 

Pierce was transported to Sheriff’s Office Headquarters for processing and at an initial appearance held on a $10,000, which was posted later in the day by a Bail Bondsman.

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy Charles Harris

ASSIST:                 Dfc. Jason Rickard & MSP Troopers

CASE:                    12-12737

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INCIDENT:           Burglary

DATE/TIME:        05/04/2012 @ 0731 Hours

LOCATION:         Tilghman Neck Road, Centreville

VICTIM:               John F. Harper of Centreville

 

NARRATIVE:        Friends of the victim reported finding a cable across the driveway to an old house was down. Further check of the building showed someone had cut some wiring off of the house and had taken a water pump. Items were valued at $150.

 

DEPUTY:              A/Cpl. John Brockman    

CASE:                    12-12742

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INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE/TIME:        05/04/2012 @ 1032 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:         1011 Peters Corner Road, Sudlersville

VICTIM:               Holden’s Chapel

 

NARRATIVE:        Kenneth Embert, the church administrator reported that someone had taken two outside AC Units from the church. The units were valued at $9,000. A possible suspect vehicle was seen at the church on May 1st at about 5 AM – a 1987-1988 gray Chevrolet pickup with Maryland tags.

 

Anyone with possible information about this case is asked to contact the QA Sheriff’s Office at (410) 758-0770 or email at sheriff-info@qac.org.

 

DEPUTY:              A/Cpl. John Brockman    

CASE:                    12-12762

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INCIDENT:           MDOP

DATE/TIME:        05/04/2012 @ 1029 Hours

LOCATION:         Terrapin Nature Park @ 191 Log Canoe Circle, Stevensville

VICTIM:               QA County Parks & Recreation

 

NARRATIVE:        It was reported that a duck blind had been vandalized with a hole in the floor and graffiti on the wall. Damages were estimated at $250.

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy Aaron Wilson      

CASE:                    12-12766

 

INCIDENT:           Medical Emergency

DATE/TIME:        05/04/2012 @ 2342 Hours

LOCATION:         Chester View Road, Chestertown

VICTIM:               Female (46) of Preston

 

NARRATIVE:        Deputies responded to location for a report of a female taking two handfuls of prescription medication. She was transported to Chester River Medical Center for treatment.

 

DEPUTY:              Dfc. George Sewell         

CASE:                    12-12842

 

 

INCIDENT:           Trespass

DATE/TIME:        05/05/2012 @ 0452 Hours

LOCATION:         Wells Cove Road, Grasonville

VICTIM:               Donald S. Saunders Jr. of Chester

 

NARRATIVE:        Victim advised he asleep on his 44 Ft. Carver Cabin Cruiser moored at one of the slips when he was awakened by some strange noises. When he got up to investigate he discovered two strangers on the boat. When he yelled to them one ran down the dock and the other jumped over board and swam to the shore and both fled towards the Hilton Inn area. A search of the area failed to locate the suspects and nothing was reported damaged or missing.

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy William Miller     

CASE:                    12-12861

 

INCIDENT:           MDOP

DATE/TIME:        5/5/2012 @ 1024 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:         900 Love Point Road, Stevensville

VICTIM:               Kent Island High School

 

NARRATIVE:        School personnel discovered that the entrance sign to Kent Island High School had been vandalized. Damage included “QA” spray painted in green on both sides of the sign. In addition the sign had been shot with a shotgun using a slug and birdshot. Damage to the sign was estimated at over $1000.

 

A nearby resident advised that he heard gunshots at around 2115 hours on the evening of the 4th but thought it was fireworks somewhere in the community. At this time the investigation is unsure if the incident is related to a baseball loss earlier in the day, to the KIHS Prom held on the 5th  or a random act.

 

Anyone with information about this crime is asked to contact the Office of the Sheriff for Queen Anne’s County. Persons can call (410) 758-0770 or email sherif-info@qac.org.

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy Steve Matthews

ASSIST:                 Dfc. Jeremy Davidson

CASE:                    12-12879

 

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