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PRESS RELEASE

INCIDENT: Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS)
DATE / TIME: 8/17/18 at approximately 12:50 pm
LOCATION: Park and Ride in Stevensville, MD
DRIVER: Alex Powell, 23yo male from Arlington, VA
PASSENGER: Frank Painter III, 23yo male from Arlington, VA
DETAILS: While conducting a patrol check at the Park and Ride in Stevensville, Deputy Bush observed two individuals with their heads down in a 2009 black Jeep. The temperature at that time was approximately 95 degrees. Concerned for their welfare, Deputy Bush approached the vehicle. While approaching the vehicle, Deputy Bush observed both occupants placing marijuana inside leaf wrappers. The two occupants, identified as Alex Powell and Frank Painter III, were asked to exit the vehicle. A search of the vehicle was conducted and the following were found:
· One Zip-Lock bag labeled “Pineapple Lush” containing suspected marijuana laying on top of the center console.
· One Zip-Lock bag labeled “Pineapple Express” containing suspected marijuana between the center console and the passenger seat.
· One Zip-Lock bag labeled “Sour Alien” containing suspected marijuana found in a backpack belonging to Powell.
· One glass smoking device and a metal grinder containing suspected marijuana found in a backpack belonging to Powell.
· Two packs of Backwoods cigars and a loose-leaf wrapper containing suspected marijuana found on the center console and in the passenger side door compartment.
· Unpackaged suspected marijuana found in the driver and passenger seats
The marijuana was confiscated. Both Powell and Painter were issued civil citations for the possession of marijuana.
DEPUTY: Deputy D. Bush assisted by Deputy First Class C. Ahearn
CASE: 18-25445
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INCIDENT: Burglary
DATE / TIME: 8/21/2018 at approximately 07:55 am
LOCATION: 2000 Block of Goldsboro Road, Ingleside, MD
VICTIM: 78yo male from Ingleside, MD
DETAILS: Corporal Hartmetz responded to the above address in reference to a burglary. The victim advised that he was out of town over the weekend. When he returned home, he noticed that an unknown suspect had gained entry into his home and stolen his black Smith & Wesson 9mm handgun. The handgun is valued to be approximately $500. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact Corporal Hartmetz at 410-758-0770 ext.1294 or chartmetz@qac.org.
DEPUTY: Corporal C. Hartmetz
CASE: 18-25912
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INCIDENT: Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS)
DATE / TIME: 8/21/18 at approximately 1:30 pm
LOCATION: Main Street and Gravel Run in Grasonville, MD
DRIVER: Christopher Collins Jr, 18yo male from Grasonville, MD
DETAILS: While in the area of Main Street and Gravel Run, Deputy First Class (DFC) Cooper observed a brown 1995 Dodge Caravan driving above the posted speed limit. DFC Cooper conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and made contact with the driver, identified as Christopher Collins Jr. While speaking with Collins, DFC Cooper detected an odor of marijuana. A search of the vehicle was conducted and a green leafy organic substance was located in a work boot behind the passenger’s seat. Collins was issued a civil citation for the possession of marijuana and a warning for driving above the posted speed limit. The marijuana was seized.
DEPUTY: Deputy First Class A. Cooper assisted by Deputy First Class P. Matteson
CASE: 18-25955
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INCIDENT: Theft: less than $1,000
DATE: 08/21/2018 at approximately 9:02 am
LOCATION: 400 Block of Webb Foot Lane, Stevensville, MD
VICTIM: 49yo female from Stevensville, MD
DETAILS: Deputy Barlow responded to the above location in reference to a past theft. The victim advised that her daughter’s white and turquoise Trek mountain bicycle was stolen from her residence between the night of August 15th and the morning of August 16th. The bicycle has an estimated value of $300. 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: 18-25922