Burglary Case #17-10564: On February 27, 2017, Dfc. R. Cress responded to Beach Elementary School in reference to a burglary. Upon arrival he made contact with a teacher, who observed a basket full of instrument strings, located on the ground outside of the music classroom. An unknown individual forced their way through a locked window and entered the classroom. A maintenance worker had completed an inspection of the property the day prior, at approximately 2:00pm, and did not notice the window opened at that time. Nothing else appears to have been stolen.
CDS Violation Case #17-11443: On March 3, 2017, at approximately 11:15pm, Dfc. J. Denton conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle, at HG Trueman Road/Patuxent Point Parkway, he observed travelling with multiple items obstructing the rear view mirror. Due to the passenger having prior drug charges, Dfc. Moran and his K-9 partner arrived on the scene, resulting in a positive alert. A search of the passenger, Jack Garner, 31, of Glen Burnie, MD, revealed a plastic bag containing a suboxone tablet and a cut straw containing suboxone on his person. He was arrested for CDS Possession of a Synthetic Narcotic (Suboxone) and Possession of Paraphernalia (cut straw).
|Jack Garner, 31, of Glen Burnie, MD|
CDS Violation Case #17-11438: On March 3, 2017, at approximately 10:30pm, Dfc. D. Naughton initiated a traffic stop in the area of Town Square Drive, in Lusby, on a vehicle being operated with a right rear brake light out. He approached the driver, Brenda Pagliocchini, 30, of Prince Frederick, who advised she just recently received a repair order for the violation. While the Control Center advised Dfc. Naughton of both occupants prior drug history, Dfc. T. Holt, Dfc. J. Morgan and his K9 partner, arrived on the scene to assist. A K9 sniff of the vehicle received a positive alert for CDS. A search of the vehicle revealed a blue plastic baggie containing raw marijuana in the rear pocket of the driver seat, a pill container containing eleven (11) blue pills (Alprazolam) and six (6) white pills (Oxycontin). Pagliocchini was charged with CDS Possession of a Synthetic Narcotic (Oxycontin), CDS Possession of a Dangerous Nonnarcotic Drug (Alprazolam) and Possession of Paraphernalia (pill container/no label). The passenger, Dennis Dean, 32, of Prince Frederick, was charged with Possession of Marijuana (15.5 grams) and Possession of Paraphernalia (baggie). Both were transported to the Detention Center.
|Brenda Pagliocchini, 30, of Prince Frederick|
|Dennis Dean, 32, of Prince Frederick|
CDS Violation Case #17-11425: On March 3, 2017, at approximately 9:30pm, Cpl. A. Moschetto observed a vehicle being driven irradictely by crossing over the solid line multiple times, speeding up and slowing down. He conducted a traffic stop at Wood Acres Court/S. Solomon’s Island Road, in Prince Frederick. Cpl. Moschetto made contact with the driver, Eric Walsh, 20, of Lusby, who was visibly shaking, had red glassy eyes and dilated pupils. Dfc. S. Moran and his K9 partner, Jano, arrived and conducted a K9 sniff of the vehicle. K9 Jano gave a positive alert for CDS. A search of the vehicle revealed a clear plastic zip lock bag with white powder (cocaine) in the center console. Walsh was arrested for Possession of Cocaine and transported to the Detention Center.
|Eric Walsh, 20, of Lusby|
CDS Violation Case #17-11229: On March 2, 2017, at approximately 9:00pm, Dfc. C. Fox was alerted by his license plate scanner that a owner/driver of a passing vehicle had an outstanding warrant. He made confirmation with the Control Center and conducted a traffic stop at East Chesapeake Beach Road/Limerick Lane, in Owings. He approached the driver, Emily Holmes, 34, of Hollywood, MD, and placed her under arrest for the pending Warrant (CDS Distribution). At this time Dfc. D. Jacobs arrived on the scene with his K9 partner, Oz, who alerted positively to the odor of CDS in the vehicle. A search of the vehicle yielded a white chalky rock, which tested positive for crack cocaine. She was served her outstanding Warrant and charged with Possession of Crack Cocaine.
|Emily Holmes, 34, of Hollywood, MD|
CDS Violation Case #17-10987: On March 1, 2017, while Dfc. G. Gott was patrolling the Prince Frederick area, he was alerted to a vehicle being driven with a suspended registration for a vehicle emissions violation. He conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle driven by Brian Sampson, 36, of Mechanicsville, MD, in the area of Rt. 231 and Stafford Road. After making contact with Sampson and while speaking with the Control Center, he observed Sampson moving around in the vehicle and reach down in the passenger side floor board area. At this time Cpl. R. Wilson and his K9 partner, Dexter, arrived on the scene to assist; K9 Dexter gave a positive alert for the presence of contraband. During a search of the vehicle, Deputy Gott observed a grocery bag of trash lying on the passenger side floor board area. In the bag he located three (3) plastic bags containing Heroin, twelve (12) plastic bags containing heroin residue and two (2) modified plastic straws also with heroin residue. He was arrested for CDS Possession of Heroin and Possession of Paraphernalia (cut straws).
|Brian Sampson, 36, of Mechanicsville, MD|
CDS Violation Case #17-10959: On March 1, 2017, at approximately 5:00pm, while Dfc. M. Trigg was stopped at a traffic light in Prince Frederick, he observed the front passenger of a vehicle next to him not wearing a seatbelt. He conducted a traffic stop at the intersection at N. Solomon’s Island Road/Dares Beach Road and witnessed the rear passenger, Daniel Dougherty, 21, of Hughesville, MD, make furtive movements. Due to his behavior the vehicle was searched and Dougherty admitted to ownership of a black bag, containing marijuana, under the seat where he was sitting. As the other occupants were searched, a scarf, belonging to Sherra Gensey-Mims, 28, of Hughesville, MD, was located. A clear plastic bottle was found inside the scarf containing eight (8) capsules with translucent rocks (methamphetamine) and a clear baggie containing additional (methamphetamine) rocks. Gensey-Mims was arrested and charged with two (2) counts of CDS Possession of Synthetic Narcotic (methamphetamine) and two (2) counts of Possession of Paraphernalia (bottle and baggie). Dougherty was charged on a Civil Citation for Marijuana Less than 10g and released on the scene.
|Sherra Gensey-Mims, 28, of Hughesville, MD|
CDS Violation Case #17-10746: On February 28, 2017, at approximately 2:15pm, Dfc. M. Trigg observed a vehicle being driven with a spider crack stretching across the windshield at the intersection of S. Solomons Island Road/Ball Road. While conducting the traffic stop, he was notified by the Control Center that the tags for the vehicle were expired. As he approached the vehicle, he noticed the registration sticker had been altered with a marker. He approached the driver, Nicholas Kaine, 37, of Owings, and asked for his registration. When Kaine opened the glovebox to retrieve his registration, an empty pill bottle with no label on it, was sitting in clear view. At this time Mr. Kaine was searched and a cut straw with powder residue was found in his front right shirt pocket.
In the bottom of a book bag was a cardboard box with a spoon with white powder residue on it, a green towel was wrapped around a black digital scale, three (3) additional glassine baggies were found. Also found under the hood was a folded up mechanics glove with a white cylindrical plastic container holding one (1) wrapped pill (Alprazolam), five (5) plastic bags containing a white powdery substance (cocaine). None of the prescription bottles had Mr. Kaine’s name on them. He was taken into custody and charged with CDS Possession with Intent to Distribute Narcotics (cocaine), CDS Possession of Cocaine, CDS Possession with Intent to Distribute Narcotics (Alprazolam), two (2) counts of CDS Possession Dangerous nonnarcotic Drug (Alprazolam), three (3) counts of Possession of Paraphernalia (bottle, digital scale, baggies) and issued a traffic citation for the cracked windshield infraction.
|Nicholas Kaine, 37, of Owings|
Destruction of Property Case #17-10623: On February 27, 2017, Dfc. T. Holt responded to Cross Point Drive, in Owings, for the report of a destruction of property. He made contact with a member of the Home Owner’s Association who explained that someone had damaged numerous items at the neighborhood park. On February 25th, seven (7) benches at the park had been damaged, the roof of the gazebo was damaged and two (2) LED lights had been pulled from the ground near the entrance to the neighborhood.
Theft Case #17-10943: On March 1, 2017, at approximately 3:30pm, Dep. K. Williamson responded to 10th Street, in North Beach, for the report of a theft. The victim explained that sometime between 9:00pm on February 28 and noon on March 1, someone stole a black Coach purse (with silver chain links), Kindle Fire, white Michael Kors wallet (with a brown logo), money and a credit card. The vehicle had most likely been left unlocked, as there were no signs of entry.
Theft Case #17-10800: On February 28, 2017, Dfc. J. Livingston responded to the Shoe Department store, in Prince Frederick, for a shoplifting in progress call. He made contact with a white male, who had just walked into the Peebles store, matching the suspect’s description. He approached Ryan Hurt, 39, of St. Leonard, who exclaimed that he forgot to pay for the boots on his feet. He was escorted back to the shoe store, where store employees explained how they discovered the missing boots. The suspect had tucked the box he placed his worn-out work boots into, behind other boxes on the shelf. The employees recognized something was amiss, as the boxes were stacked improperly. When they checked their inventory, they discovered the suspect had intentionally left his worn-out work boots behind in a shoebox. Dfc. Livingston placed Hurt under arrest for Theft Less than $1,000.00 and transported him to the Detention Center.
|Ryan Hurt, 39, of St. Leonard|
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