During the week of January 28th through February 3rd deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,274 calls for service throughout the community.
Damaged Property: 19-5935
On January 29th, 2019 Dfc. Shrawder responded to St. Leonard Road in St. Leonard for the report of damaged property. The complainant advised an unknown suspect(s) scratched the passenger’s side of the front bumper of her vehicle.
Damaged Property: 19-6420
On February 1st, 2019 Deputy Bowlan responded to Buckler drive in Lusby for the report of damaged property. The complainant advised sometime during the overnight hours, an unknown suspect(s) burned some siding on the back of her home. The approximate value of damaged property is valued at $100.
Damaged Property: 19-6453
On February 1st, 2019 Deputy Freeland responded to Catalina Drive for the report of damaged property. The victim stated they heard a few loud “pops” and saw a vehicle with an unknown suspect inside holding a paintball gun. The victim stated that they walked to their shed and noticed yellow paint on the shed with a broken paintball laying on the ground. The estimated value of damaged property is $50.
Damaged Property: 19-6588
On February 2nd, 2019 Deputy Naughton responded to Chick-Fil-A in Prince Frederick for the report of damaged property. The victim stated sometime between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. an unknown suspect(s) shattered the front passenger side window of their vehicle causing a spider-web pattern. The estimated value of damaged property is $300.
On January 28th, 2019 Sgt. Naecker responded to the Walmart in Dunkirk for the report of a possible shoplifter. The complainant advised they observed two suspects attempting to leave the store without paying for a computer which was valued at $600. Once the suspect(s) realized they were being watched, they dropped the computer inside Walmart and fled the scene in a red colored vehicle.
On January 29th, 2019 Dfc. Boerum responded to Bayside Road in Huntingtown for the report of a theft. The victim stated that an unknown suspect(s) stole his Maryland registration tag from his vehicle.
On January 29th, 2019 Deputy Buckler responded to Old Bayside Road in Chesapeake Beach for the report of a theft. The victim advised the suspected person was currently sleeping in their basement. Deputy Buckler and Lt. Naughton made contact with Nicholas Doerk (22) who was advised that he needed to leave the residence. While making entry into the bedroom, they detected a strong odor of marijuana. The marijuana was confiscated and they exited the residence. While outside, Doerk admitted to stealing several tools from the victim that were located in his vehicle. A probable cause search of Doerk’s vehicle also yielded a bottle of methadone that was not prescribed to him. A search of his person revealed two glass containers of THC wax. The tools were returned to the victim and Doerk was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with Theft: $100 to under $1,500 and CDS: Possession- Not marijuana.
On January 31st, 2019 Cpl. Kreps was exiting the District Court in Prince Frederick when he was contacted by a bailiff to help identify possible contraband located on a suspect identified as Shane Edward Stickley (32). After speaking to the bailiff’s, Stickley attempted to conceal a small rolled up piece of aluminum foil tucked in his waistband which was detected by the magnetometer. Upon examination of this piece of foil, Deputy Kreps counted 18 pills identified as Quetiapine Fumerate. Also located inside this foil was a small piece of cellophane which contained 6 white pills, identified as Zubsolv. Deputy Kreps placed Stickley under arrest and transported him to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with CDS: Possession- Not Marijuana and CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia.
|Shane Edward Stickley|
On January 31st, 2019 Deputy Crum was dispatched to the Wawa in Dunkirk for the report of a theft in progress. The complainant advised they witnessed the suspect, Maggie Jean Williams (34), shove items in her clothing and retreat to the women’s restroom. Deputy Crum arrived on location and advised Williams she needed to exit the restroom, at which point she did. The complainant then entered the restroom and located several items that Williams attempted to steal but disposed of in another stall. Williams emptied her pockets which revealed glass tubed shaped containers which contained suspected cocaine. Deputy Crum then escorted Williams outside of Wawa and made contact with the passenger of the vehicle she arrived in. Jason Eric Dobson (42) was seen disposing items out of the car window. Deputy Crum heard a solid item hit the pavement next to the vehicle and recovered a metal pipe with burn marks on the end. Dobson was subsequently arrested for CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center. A search of Williams’ person revealed a total of 12 clear glass tubes with suspected cocaine residue and one clear plastic pill capsule with suspected cocaine residue. Williams was arrested and charged with CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia then transported to the Calvert County Detention Center.
|Maggie Jean Williams|
|Jason Eric Dobson|
On February 2nd, 2019 Deputy Sampson conducted a traffic stop in the area of Dares Beach Road and North Solomons Island Rd. The driver, identified as Leon Paul Noland (55), indicated that he did not have a registration sticker because his tag was stolen a few days prior. Noland and the passenger, who was later identified as Karen Walls Wingfield (64), were asked to step out of the vehicle while a K9 scan was conducted which resulted in a positive alert. The Calvert County Control Center advised Noland had an active warrant through another county. A search of the vehicle revealed suspected cocaine residue inside of an Altoid tin which was located Wingfield’s purse. Other contraband located inside the vehicle included a glass jar containing dried mint infused with suspected PCP, a pill bottle with dried mint which also emitted the odor of PCP when opened, (3) smaller glass viles with suspected PCP residue, one eye dropper with suspected PCP residue, a plastic screwdriver that contained suspected PCP on the handle, and several other small viles containing suspected PCP. Noland and Wingfield were both placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where they were charged with CDS: Possession- Not Marijuana and CDS: Possession- Paraphernalia.
|Leon Paul Noland|
|Karen Walls Wingfield|