During the week of April 18 through April 24 deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,492 calls for service throughout the community.
CDS Violation Case #16-22480:
On April 19, 2016, Deputy M. Trigg observed a vehicle at a high rate of speed on Calvert Beach Rd., in St. Leonard, and a traffic stop was conducted. Nathan A. Anspach, 21, of St. Leonard was cited for Driving vehicle on highway at speed exceeding limit and charged with CDS possession-not Marijuana (Heroin) and CDS possession paraphernalia (straw).
|Nathan A. Anspach, 21, of St. Leonard|
Weapon Violation Case #16-22764:
On April 20, 2016, Dfc. C. Ward received information of drug activity at the Dash-In, in Owings. Deputy M. Trigg observed a white male, later identified as James R. Moore, Jr., 46, of Owings, sitting in a vehicle in the parking lot looking suspicious. It was also observed that the driver’s seat belt was not properly restraining him. A traffic stop was conducted. Mr. Moore was asked to provide his license and registration. Moore became extremely aggressive and agitated. Moore was asked to step out of the vehicle but would not cooperate. Deputy C. Ward leaned in to open the door and noticed the grip of a handgun underneath the driver’s seat. Moore was extracted from the vehicle and placed into handcuffs for the Deputies safety. Mr. Moore was arrested for Handgun in Vehicle and Obstructing and Hindering and was transported to the CCDC.
|James R. Moore, Jr., 46, of Owings|
CDS Violation Case #16-23288:
On April 23, 2016, Deputy D. Clark was on patrol in the area of Solomons Island Road and Ponds Wood Road, in Huntingtown, when he observed a vehicle swerving on the roadway. A traffic stop was conducted. There was an overwhelming odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Christopher B. Redding, 24, of Huntingtown, was arrested for CDS possession-not marijuana (Amphetamine) and Driver failure to obey properly placed traffic control device instruments. Mr. Redding was transported to the CCDC.
|Christopher B. Redding, 24, of Huntingtown|
Theft Case #16-22374:
On April 19, 2016, Deputy R. Evans responded to Stock Dr., in Lusby, for a theft complaint. Sometime between April 18th 5:30 p.m. and April 19th 6:00 a.m., an unknown suspect(s) entered a vehicle and stole a brown Coach bag, diapers, credit and debit cards, and a black wallet.
Theft Case #16-22651:
On April 20, 2016, Deputy C. Callison responded to the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office on Church St., in Prince Frederick, for a report of a theft from a vehicle. The victim stated that his employee was at Kentucky Fried Chicken in Prince Frederick when an unknown suspect(s) stole a Red and Black Redmax Backpack Leaf Blower off the back of the work truck. The incident happened on April 18th between 11:15 and 11:45 a.m.
Theft Case #16-22627:
On April 20, 2016, Dfc. Y. Bortchevsky responded to Woodland Place, in Chesapeake Beach, for a report of a theft. The victim stated that between April 19th 7:30 p.m. and April 20th 8:00 a.m., they noticed their encased work iPad was missing from the front passenger seat of the vehicle.
Theft Case #16-23213:
On April 22, 2016, Dfc. C. Fox responded to a report of a theft that happened at the Sunderland Park and Ride between the hours of 5:15 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. The victim stated that he left his vehicle at the Park and Ride and when he returned, his tailgate was missing. The tailgate is described as white in color with the Ford emblem and SUPERDUTY debossed across the bottom.
Theft Case #16-23314:
On April 23, 2016, Deputy R. Evans responded to Skipjack Rd., in Prince Frederick for a theft complaint. An employee of Leitch Heat and Air Conditioning stated that 18 advertisement signs were stolen between April 22nd 9:00 p.m. and April 23rd 8:00 a.m. from the area of the Fairgrounds on Rt. 231 and Adelina Rd.
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