Wednesday, December 28, 2016


During the week of December 19 through December 25 deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,121 calls for service throughout the community. 

Burglary Case # 16-71558:

On December 19, 2016, Deputy B. Boerum responded to Sixes Road, in Prince Frederick, for the report of a burglary.  The complainant explained that someone had unplugged the heater to one of their greenhouses, killing all of the plants inside.  He advised he last checked to make sure the heaters were turned on and the greenhouse doors were shut on December 18, at approximately 3:30pm.  Upon entering the greenhouse at 2:20pm, he discovered someone had entered the greenhouse and intentionally disconnected the heater.  He advised there was no damage to the outside door of the greenhouse and that the door did not have a lock.

Burglary Case #16-71468:

On December 19, 2016, Deputy B. Boerum responded to a burglary call on Calvert Beach Road, in Prince Frederick.  Upon arrival the complainant explained they had heard a noise at their back gate and when they looked outside, they witnessed two (2) males, wearing hoodie jackets, enter their backyard.  The males attempted to open the locked back door, while the homeowner was inside the home.  They left the area when they were not able to make entry.  There was no damage to the residence; and at this time no items appear to have been stolen.

CDS Violation Case #16-72453:

On December 24, 2016, at approximately 12:30pm, Dfc. J. Livingston responded to a hit and run accident in the area of Bowie Shop Road/MD Rt. 4.  Prior to his arrival Deputy N. Barger advised him that witnesses to the accident observed the suspect vehicle (Ford truck with VA tags) turn down Bowie Shop Road.  Deputy Livingston activated his emergency lights when he observed a truck matching the description and made contact with the driver, Angela Nicholson, 27, of Friendship, MD.  In clear view he could see an exposed syringe on the center console, along with a small plastic baggie of suspected CDS.   He also observed a small silver pill holder with four (4) pills inside.  She was transported to the Detention Center and charged with CDS: Possession of Heroin and CDS: Possession of a Dangerous Nonnarcotic drug (Xanax).
Angela Nicholson, 27, of Friendship, MD

CDS Violation Case #16-72379:

On December 23, 2016, at approximately 8:20pm, Dfc. P. Wood was dispatched to the 7-11 on Hallowing Point Road, in Prince Frederick, for a check welfare call.  Employees explained that they placed the call because they were concerned for a female who had been in the bathroom for a couple of hours and kept opening and closing the door.  Deputy Wood knocked on the door and made contact with Evie Miller, 36, of Lusby.  Miller was coherent but her answers did not match up with the amount of time she had spent in the bathroom.  A warrant and driving status check were done and he was informed her privilege to drive was suspended.  When asked she admitted to having driven herself to the 7-11.  At that time he conducted a lawful check of her purse and found a plastic wet wipes container with four (4) used hypodermic needles, two (2) metal spoons with residue on them, a metal tin containing a white paper fold with white powder and several pills inside.  She was transported to the Detention Center and charged with CDS: Possession of Heroin, CDS: Possess Dangerous Nonnarcotic drugs (Clonazepam, Adderall), Possession of Paraphernalia (metal spoon) and CDS: Administer Equipment Possession/Distribute (hypodermic needles).
Evie Miller, 36, of Lusby

Disorderly Conduct Case #16-72104:

On December 22, 2016, Deputy N. Buckler was called to the Bank of America on Commerce Lane, in Prince Frederick, for a disorderly subject.  He arrived with Deputy A. Ostazeski and they made contact with the subject, Jay Fulton, 55, of St. Leonard, who stated he was trying to obtain a bank card to remove his $1.3 trillion from the bank.  There were multiple patrons standing in line at the bank who heard Mr. Fulton repeatedly yelling profane language, refusing to step out of the teller line and referencing Satan.  When he was finally coaxed to step outside, he requested to urinate on the sidewalk and this comment gained the attention of a patron  walking into the bank.  Mr. Fulton was told it was time to leave but would not cooperate.  At this time he was placed under arrest for Disorderly Conduct and issued a “no trespass” warning for the Bank of America.
Jay Fulton, 55, of St. Leonard

Theft Case #16-72069:

On December 22, 2016, Dfc. A. Ostazeski responded to Thunderbird Drive, in Lusby, for the report of a theft.  The complainant stated items had been stolen from their vehicle while it was parked in their driveway overnight.  They had last checked on their car around 9:00pm on the 21st, and upon returning to the vehicle at 5:15am that morning, it was obvious that items from the center console had been strewn around the vehicle and out of place.  A heavy weight black jacket was also stolen (the right chest has cursive embroidered letters – the left chest has “Patuxent High School Football” along with a panther paw print.

Theft Case #16-72463:

On December 24, 2016, Deputy C. Callison was dispatched to the Good Day Market on Dares Beach Road, in Prince Frederick, for the report of a theft.  An employee reported an unidentified black male entered his lottery numbers to be printed on the lottery machine and when the tickets printed, he left the store with three (3) Maryland Lottery tickets he did not pay for.

Theft Case #16-72450:

On December 24, 2016, Deputy B. Boerum responded to Pine Blvd, in Lusby, for the report of a theft.  Upon arrival the complainant advised someone stole a package, containing a Notary kit, along with an extra Notary stamp, that was confirmed to have been delivered.  A delivery confirmation from UPS was sent to the victim’s cellular telephone indicating it was delivered on December 21st at 12:45pm.

Theft Case #16-72328:

On December 23, 2016, at approximately 1:45pm, Dfc. T. Holt responded to Winnebago Lane, in Lusby, for a report of a theft from vehicle.  The victim stated someone had entered their unlocked vehicle and stole a change holder from the vehicle sometime after 6:00pm the night before. 

Theft Case #16-71729:

On December 20, 2016, Cpl. J. Harms was dispatched to Sequoia Way, in Prince Frederick, for a theft.  The complainant advised that two (2) packages were shipped to their residence on December 15th and both were stolen.  One package arrived at 11:00am and contained clothing; the second package arrived at 1:00pm and contained miscellaneous home goods.

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