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INCIDENT:               Underage Alcohol Violation
DATE / TIME:          8/10/18 at approximately 10:42 pm
LOCATION:             Main Street at Oyster Cove in Grasonville, MD
DRIVER:                   Marissa Nicely, 19yo female from Chester, MD
DETAILS:                 While in the area of Main Street at Oyster Cove, Deputy First Class (DFC) Piasecki observed a 2001 Volkswagen driving above the posted speed limit. DFC Piasecki conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and made contact with the driver, identified as Marissa Nicely. While speaking with Nicely, DFC Piasecki saw an 18 pack of twisted tea alcoholic beverages in the rear seat. The “tea” was poured out and Nicely was issued a civil citation for underage possession of alcohol. Nicely was also issued a warning for driving above the speed limit.
DEPUTY:                  Deputy First Class M. Piasecki
CASE:                        18-24701
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INCIDENT:               Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS)
DATE / TIME:          8/11/18 at approximately 02:47 am
LOCATION:             Fisher Manor in Grasonville, MD
DRIVER:                   Monae Carroll, 18yo female from Stevensville, MD
PASSENGER:          Tinaisa Carroll, 19yo female from Stevensville, MD
PASSENGER:          Jasmine Ferguson, 19yo from Chester, MD
PASSENGER:          17yo male from Grasonville, MD
PASSENGER:          Amon Stowers, 21yo male from Grasonville, MD
DETAILS:                 While conducting a patrol check in the area of Fisher Manor, Deputy First Class (DFC) Piasecki observed a 2008 silver Ford passenger vehicle engaging in what appeared to be suspicious activity. While engaging in conversation with the driver, identified as Monae Carroll, DFC Piasecki detected odors of burnt and raw marijuana. The occupants were asked to exit the vehicle. Carroll advised that she had a small amount of marijuana in a storage compartment of the vehicle. A passenger, identified as Amon Stowers, advised that he had a small amount of marijuana in a medicine bottle located in the vehicle. During the search of the vehicle, DFC Piasecki located suspected marijuana wrapped in a paper towel, a medicine bottle containing marijuana, marijuana inside a grape flavor cigar package, and a sandwich bag with approximately 24 grams of suspected marijuana. The suspected marijuana was confiscated and sent off to the Maryland State Police lab for further testing. Charges are pending based upon the results from the lab.
DEPUTY:                  Deputy First Class M. Piasecki
CASE:                        18-24722
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INCIDENT:               Theft: less than $1,000
DATE:                         08/11/2018 at approximately 7:43 am
LOCATION:              Fisher Manor Apartments in Grasonville, MD
VICTIM:                    35yo female from Grasonville, MD
DETAILS:                 Deputy First Class (DFC) Matteson responded to the above location in reference to a past theft. The preliminary investigation revealed that 84 pills of Oxycodone-Acetaminophen 10 were missing from the victim’s residence. The victim also stated that her daughter’s Roadmaster Granite bicycle was missing. This investigation is ongoing. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact Deputy First Class Matteson at 410-758-0770 ext. 1957 or pmatteson@qac.org.
DEPUTY:                  Deputy First Class P. Matteson
CASE:                         18-24730
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INCIDENT:           Armed Robbery
DATE / TIME:      8/10/2018 at 2:47 pm
LOCATION:         115 Shoreway Drive, Queenstown, MD
VICTIM:               36yo male from Queenstown, MD
DETAILS:             Deputies responded to the Queenstown Emergency Center in reference to an assault and robbery that had occurred earlier that morning.  On August 10th at approximately 2:30 am while the victim was walking towards the Kent Narrows Bridge, two armed men approached him and demanded money. According to the victim, the two men assaulted him and took $200 from his pocket. The victim was treated for his injuries at the emergency room. The victim described the first suspect as a light-skinned male wearing a ski mask, grey sweatshirt, and dark pants. The second suspect was described as a white male with a nylon mask and red sweatshirt. This investigation is ongoing. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact Detective Rickard at 410-758-0770 ext.1262 or jrickard@qac.org.
DEPUTY:             Deputy First Class P. Matteson, Detective J. Rickard
CASE:                   18-24648
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INCIDENT:           Theft / Lost Property
DATE / TIME:      8/12/2018 at approximately 10:59 am
LOCATION:         200 Block of Mike’s way in Stevensville, MD
VICTIM:               29yo male from Stevensville, MD
 DETAILS: Deputy Barlow was dispatched to the above address in reference to a missing vehicle tag. The victim advised that he believed he either lost the tag or it was stolen off his 2015 Yamaha motorcycle. The victim stated that he noticed that it was missing when he went to get on his motorcycle which was located in his garage. This investigation is ongoing. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact Deputy Barlow at 410-758-0770 ext.1963 or mbarlow@qac.org.
DEPUTY:             Deputy M. Barlow
CASE:                  18-24855
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INCIDENT:           Theft
DATE / TIME:      8/13/2018 at approximately 7:30 pm
LOCATION:         Marshy Creek Liquors in Grasonville, MD
VICTIM:               19yo male from Grasonville, MD
DETAILS:            Corporal Martz responded to the above location in reference to a theft. The victim advised that he took his bank card out of his wallet and placed his wallet on his car seat prior to entering a nearby store. The victim advised he did not lock his doors before entering the store. When the victim went back to his car, he observed a white female closing his car door and entering a silver Jeep driven by a black male wearing a black shirt with a red bandana around his head. Photographs of the Jeep and its driver follow. This investigation is ongoing. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact Corporal Martz at 410-758-0770 ext.1286 or bmartz@qac.org.
DEPUTY:              Corporal B. Martz
CASE:                   18-24998
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INCIDENT:               Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS)
DATE / TIME:          8/14/18 at approximately 12:19 am
LOCATION:             Route 8 at Route 50 Overpass in Stevensville, MD
DRIVER:                   James Brown, 19yo male from Stevensville, MD
DETAILS:                 While in the area of Route 8 past Route 18, Deputy Thomas observed a gold Ford Truck traveling southbound without a front tag. Deputy Thomas conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and made contact with the driver, identified as James Brown. While speaking with Brown, Deputy Thomas detected an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Brown advised that he had marijuana on the driver’s side door of the vehicle. A search of the vehicle was completed and one black and purple Dutch Masters Cigar package, containing a green leafy substance, was located in the vehicle. Also, Brown had a red and blue glass smoking device with brown residue in it. Brown was issued a civil citation for the possession of marijuana.
DEPUTY:                  Deputy E. Thomas
CASE:                        18-25023
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INCIDENT:              Malicious Destruction of Property (MDOP) 
DATE / TIME:          8/13/18 at approximately 1:09 pm
LOCATION:             400 Block of Bay City Road in Stevensville, MD
VICTIM:                   69yo male from Stevensville, MD
DETAILS:                 Deputy First Class (DFC) Pack responded to the above address in reference to a malicious destruction of property. The victim advised that his mailbox was damaged. The damage is estimated to be approximately $30. This investigation is ongoing. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact DFC Pack at 410-758-0770 ext. 1959 or lpack@qac.org.
DEPUTY:                  Deputy First Class L. Pack 
CASE:                        18-24960