QA Press Release 9/5

INCIDENT: Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS)
DATE / TIME: 9/1/18 at approximately 4:06 pm
LOCATION: Watson Road and Quail Run in Centreville, MD
ARRESTED/CHARGED: Melanie Maloney, 26yo female from Kennedyville, MD
CHARGES: 1 Possession of Marijuana less than 10 grams
DISPOSITION: Released on civil citation
DETAILS: Deputy Iman stopped a vehicle for a speeding violation on Watson Road at Quail Run. The driver was identified as Melanie Maloney. Deputy Iman detected the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. A search of the vehicle revealed suspected marijuana. The driver was issued a warning for the speed violation and a civil citation for possession of marijuana less than 10 grams.
DEPUTY: Deputy M. Iman
CASE: 18-27157
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INCIDENT: Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS)
DATE / TIME: 9/2/18 at approximately 2:06 pm
LOCATION: Postal Road at Cox Neck Road in Chester, MD
ARRESTED/CHARGED: Christopher Richards, 33yo male from Stevensville, MD
CHARGES: 1 Possession of Marijuana less than 10 grams
DISPOSITION: Released on civil citation
DETAILS: Deputy Thomas stopped a vehicle for a speeding violation on Postal Road at Cox Neck Road. The driver was identified as Christopher Richards. Richards advised Deputy Thomas that he had marijuana in the vehicle. A search of the vehicle revealed suspected marijuana. Richards was issued a warning for the speed violation and a civil citation for possession of marijuana less than 10 grams.
DEPUTY: Deputy E. Thomas assisted by Deputy First Class D. Prince and Deputy M. Iman
CASE: 18-27264
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INCIDENT: Theft
DATE: 09/04/2018 at approximately 12:00 pm
LOCATION: Outlet Center Drive, Queenstown, MD
VICTIM: Carter’s Children Store, 422 Outlet Center Dr, Queenstown, MD
SUSPECT: White female, average build, approximately 30 years old
DETAILS: Deputy Carnaggio responded to the above location for a report of a theft. The store’s employee advised that, on September 4th at 11:30 AM, an unknown white female walked into the store with a small child. According to the employee, the suspect picked up four children’s t-shirts and a pair of children’s shoes. Shortly afterward, the suspect and the child exited the store with the merchandise in hand. The suspect left in a green Chevrolet Monte Carlo with a Georgia registration. This investigation is ongoing. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact Deputy Carnaggio at 410-758-0770 ext. 1274 or ccarnaggio@qac.org.
DEPUTY: Deputy C. Carnaggio
CASE: 18-27440
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INCIDENT: Malicious Destruction of Property (MDOP)/ Theft
DATE: 09/04/2018 at approximately 10:20 am
LOCATION: 100 Block of Goodhands Creek Road, Chester MD
VICTIM: 73yo female from Chester, MD
DETAILS: Deputy First Class (DFC) Dickey responded to the above location in reference to a malicious destruction of property. The victim’s son stated to DFC Dickey that all four tires on the victim’s 2005 Honda accorded were damaged. The damage is estimated to be over $500. This investigation is ongoing. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact DFC Dickey at 410-758-0770 ext. 1960 or sdickey@qac.org.
DEPUTY: Deputy First Class S. Dickey
CASE: 18-27432

QA Press Release 8/31

INCIDENT:                                       Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS)
DATE / TIME:                                  8/28/18 at approximately 3:23 am
LOCATION:                                     Route 18 and Piney Creek Road in Chester, MD
ARRESTED/CHARGED:            Lauren Adams, 37yo female from Chester, MD
CHARGES:                                       1 Possession of Marijuana less than 10 grams
DISPOSTION:                                  Released on civil citation
DETAILS:                                          Deputy Bradley stopped a vehicle for a speeding violation on Route 18 near Piney Creek Road. The driver was identified as Lauren Adams. Deputy Bradley detected the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. A search of the vehicle recovered suspected marijuana in an amount less than 10 grams. The driver was issued a warning for the speed violation and civil citation for possession of marijuana less than 10 grams.
DEPUTY:                                           Deputy J. Bradley
CASE:                                                18-26673
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INCIDENT:                                       Fraud
DATE / TIME:                                  8/29/18 at approximately 11:00 am
LOCATION:                                     Keel-Haul Drive, Grasonville, MD 21638
VICTIM:                                           42yo female from Grasonville, MD
DETAILS:                                         The victim reported a fraudulent charge of less than $10 on her bank account. Those charges appeared to have been made in another state. This incident is still under investigation.
DEPUTY:                                         Deputy C. Carnaggio
CASE:                                                18-26803
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INCIDENT:                                      Theft less than $1000 value
DATE:                                               08/30/2018 at approximately 9:34 am
LOCATION:                                     700 Block of Mooring Circle, Stevensville MD
VICTIM:                                           75yo male from Stevensville, MD
DETAILS:                                         Deputy First Class (DFC) Dickey responded to the above address in reference to a theft. The victim stated that he placed ten slate walking pavers on a lot on Mooring Circle in Stevensville.  The victim advised that an unknown suspect stole three of his slate pavers. According to the victim, the pavers were 2ft x 3ft x 1.5 in. Each paver was valued to be $100 each. The victim stated he last saw the pavers on August 24th. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact DFC Dickey at 410-758-0770 ext. 1960 or sdickey@qac.org.
DEPUTY:                                           Deputy First Class S. Dickey
CASE:                                                18-26905
 

 

QA Press Release 8/22

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

QA Press Release 8/20

INCIDENT: Malicious Destruction of Property (MDOP)
DATE / TIME: 8/15/18 at approximately 7:56 pm
LOCATION: 100 Block of Justin Buch Drive in Chestertown, MD
VICTIM: 60yo female from Chestertown, MD
DETAILS: Deputy Custis responded to the above address in reference to a malicious destruction of property. While talking with the victim, Deputy Custis learned that the victim’s car window was damaged. The victim advised that she had been cutting grass earlier in the evening on August 15th. When she finished at 7:45 pm, she walked past her vehicle and noticed the rear window of her 2016 KIA Soul had a hole in it. Deputy Custis searched the interior of the vehicle and did not locate any type of object that could have caused the damage. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact Deputy Custis at 410-758-0770 ext. 1964 or jcustis@qac.org
DEPUTY: Deputy J. Custis
CASE: 18-25251
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INCIDENT: Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS)
DATE / TIME: 8/18/18 at approximately 7:24 pm
LOCATION: Route 18 and Chester River Beach Road in Grasonville, MD
DRIVER: Randy Thomas, 23yo male from Stevensville, MD
PASSENGER: Haley Hildebrand, 25yo female from Chester, MD
DETAILS: While in the area of Route 18 at Chester River Beach Road, Corporal Martz observed a gray Chrysler 300 driving above the posted speed limit. Corporal Martz conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and made contact with the driver, identified as Randy Thomas. While observing Thomas’s license, Corporal Martz detected an odor of marijuana coming from the license. Corporal Martz asked Thomas about the odor of Marijuana coming from the license. Thomas advised that there had been marijuana in the glove box of the vehicle. The driver and the passenger, identified as Haley Hildebrand, were asked to exit the vehicle based on probable cause. A search of the vehicle yielded negative results. Both Thomas and Hildebrand were also searched. Thomas did not have any dangerous controlled substances on his person. However, Hildebrand had two marijuana cigarettes and a multicolored rubber case that contained marijuana in a form of wax in her purse. Thomas and Hildebrand were both issued a civil citation for the possession of marijuana. The controlled dangerous substances were confiscated.
DEPUTY: Corporal B. Martz assisted by Officer Jordan from the Maryland Transportation Authority
CASE: 18-25574
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INCIDENT: Theft
DATE / TIME: 8/18/2018 at approximately 7:27 pm
LOCATION: Senior apartment complex, 200 Terrapin Grove, Stevensville, MD
VICTIM: 81yo female from Stevensville, MD
DETAILS: Deputy Thomas responded to the above location in reference to a theft. The victim stated that her apartment had been cleaned on July 19th. The victim said she noticed $70 missing from her purse two days later. The victim advised on August 18th, she noticed jewelry missing from her husband’s jewelry box. Collectively, the stolen items are estimated to be $1,245. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact Deputy Thomas at 410-758-0770 ext.1965 or ethomas@qac.org.
DEPUTY: Deputy E. Thomas
CASE: 18-25575
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INCIDENT: Malicious Destruction of Property (MDOP)
DATE / TIME: 8/18/18 at approximately 8:49 am
LOCATION: 200 Block of Whittington Lane in Grasonville, MD
VICTIM: 53yo female from Grasonville, MD
DETAILS: Deputy Bradley responded to the above address in reference to a malicious destruction of property. While talking with the victim, Deputy Bradley learned that the victim’s door knob was damaged. The victim advised that, when she came back from shopping on August 18th, she attempted to enter in her residence and noticed that her doorknob was bent downward with a dent on the top of the doorknob. A replacement doorknob is estimated to be $25. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact Deputy Bradley at 410-758-0770 ext. 1291 or jbradley@qac.org.
DEPUTY: Deputy J. Bradley
CASE: 18-25526
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INCIDENT: Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS)
DATE / TIME: 8/18/18 at approximately 9:02 am
LOCATION: Park and Ride in Stevensville, MD
ARRESTED: Rickey Ford II, 25yo male from Easton, MD
Derrick Cooper, 27yo male from Cordova, MD
DETAILS: While conducting a patrol check at the Park and Ride in Stevensville, Deputy Bush observed a 2009 white KIA vehicle engaging in what appeared to be suspicious activity. As the two occupants exited their vehicle, Deputy Bush noticed one of the occupants, identified as Derrick Cooper, drop a short glass tube and two clear plastic capsules from his left hand. The items fell to the ground near Cooper’s feet. Deputy Bush made contact with both occupants. Based on his observation of the suspected controlled dangerous substances on the ground, Deputy Bush conducted a search on both occupants. A folded napkin containing suspected heroin capsules were found in Cooper’s left pants pocket. The second occupant was identified as Ricky Ford II. The search of Ford yielded negative results. A registration check through the Maryland Vehicle Administration revealed that Ford was the owner of the vehicle. During the search of the vehicle, Deputy Bush located:
• Two clear plastic capsules containing suspected heroin
• One needle and syringe containing suspected heroin
• One metal spoon containing suspected heroin
• One glass smoking device
• Benadryl pills
• A brown leather belt
Both Cooper and Ford were placed under arrest and transported to the Queen Anne’s County Office of the Sheriff for processing and booking. Both defendants are currently being held at the department of corrections on bond. Deputy Bush submitted the suspected dangerous and controlled substances to the evidence unit.
DEPUTY: Deputy D. Bush
CASE: 18-25527
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INCIDENT: Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS)/ Warrant arrest
DATE / TIME: 8/19/18 at approximately 1:26 pm
LOCATION: Route 300 at Norwood Drive in Sudlersville, MD
DRIVER: Martin Wiseman II, 24yo male from Bowie, MD
PASSENGER: Jason Zeigler, 21yo male from Bowie, MD
DETAILS: While in the area of Route 300 at Norwood Drive, Deputy First Class (DFC) Pack observed a 2014 Range Rover Evoque driving above the posted speed limit. DFC Pack conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and made contact with the driver, identified as Martin Wiseman II. While speaking with Wiseman, DFC Pack detected an odor of marijuana. The passenger was identified as Jason Zeigler. Zeigler advised that he had a black bottle containing marijuana. Both individuals were asked to exit the vehicle. During his search, DFC pack located the black bottle containing marijuana in the passenger compartment. During his investigation, DFC Pack learned that Zeigler had an active warrant for failing to appear in court through PG County. Zeigler was issued a civil citation for the possession and placed under arrest for the active warrant. Wiseman was issued a warning for driving above the speed limit. The marijuana was seized and placed into evidence.
DEPUTY: Deputy First Class L. Pack assisted by Deputy E. Sutton
CASE: 18-25687

QA PRESS RELEASE 8/15

 

INCIDENT:               Fugitive Arrest

DATE / TIME:          8/14/2018 at approximately 11:45 am

LOCATION:             100 Block of Pine Ridge Court in Church Hill, MD

ARREST:                   George Thomas III, 32yo male from Millington, MD

DETAILS:                 Deputies received a call from Delaware State Police (DSP) regarding two wanted individuals who were believed to be in the Church Hill area. According to DSP, the two individuals was George Thomas III and Destiny Thomas. Once in the Church Hill area, deputies received an anonymous tip that the individuals were at the 100 Block of Pine Ridge Court. Deputies met with the homeowner, who advised that neither individual was there. While talking with the homeowner, one of the deputies witnessed a white male running from the residence. A foot pursuit ensued. After a brief chase, deputies were able to locate the male, identified as George Thomas III. Thomas was charged with a fugitive warrant on behalf of the Delaware State Police. Destiny Thomas has not been located. If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Destiny Thomas please contact the Queen Anne’s County Office of the Sheriff at 410-758-0770 ext. 1210. You can also contact our tip line at 410-758-6666. Calls may be confidential.

DEPUTY:                  Deputy J. Bradley

CASE:                        18-25058

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INCIDENT:               Burglary

DATE / TIME:         8/12/2018 at approximately 11:23 am

LOCATION:             100 Block of Joyce Lane in Stevensville, MD

VICTIM:                   59yo female from Stevensville, MD

DETAILS:               Deputy Barlow responded to the above address in reference to a burglary. The realtor of the home advised that she saw a young white male in the backyard of the residence. She also noticed the door to the residence was opened. Deputies searched the area and were unable to locate the male. This investigation is ongoing. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact Detective Lewis at 410-758-0770 ext.1953 or jlewis@qac.org.

DEPUTY:                  Deputy M. Barlow

CASE:                       18-24857

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INCIDENT:               Theft

DATE / TIME:         8/14/2018 at approximately 1:49 pm

LOCATION:             600 Block of Old Love Point Road in Stevensville, MD

VICTIM:                   79yo female from Stevensville, MD

DETAILS:                 Deputy First Class (DFC) Pack responded to the above location in reference to a theft. The victim stated that sometime during the overnight hours, her trash can was stolen from the side of her residence. The trash can is described as dark green with the writing “Chesapeake Waste” on both sides. A replacement trash can is estimated to be $100. This investigation is ongoing. If you have any information in reference to this theft, please contact DFC Pack at 410-758-0770 ext.1959 or lpack@qac.org.

DEPUTY:                  Deputy First Class L. Pack

CASE:                        18-25083

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INCIDENT:             Malicious Destruction of Property (MDOP)

DATE / TIME:         8/14/18 at approximately 7:04 pm

LOCATION:             100 Block of Chesapeake Bay Drive in Stevensville, MD

VICTIM:                   47yo male from Stevensville, MD

DETAILS:                 Deputy Sackrider responded to the above address in reference to a malicious destruction of property. The victim advised that, sometime on August 13th between 5:15 pm and 10 pm, his mailbox was damaged. According to the victim, an unknown individual took tree branches, which the victim discarded in a vacant lot, and put them in front of the victim’s mailbox. The branches caused minor damage to the mailbox. The damaged is estimated to be $50. This investigation is still ongoing. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact Deputy Sackrider at 410-758-0770 ext. 1276 or psackrider@qac.org

DEPUTY:                 Deputy P. Sackrider

CASE:                        18-25104