INCIDENT:  Theft

DATE/TIME:  5/9/2018 @ 12:03PM

LOCATION:  Wet Dog 301 Evans Avenue Grasonville, Md

VICTIM:  43yo male from Centreville, Md

DETAILS:  The victim with the duty officer, Sgt. Troy Lowery in reference to prescription medication that was stolen.  The victim  advised that while he was working on 5/6/2018 at the Wet Dog car wash, unknown person(s) stole his prescription medication from either his vehicle or from his bag inside the building.

DEPUTY:  Sgt. Troy Lowery

CASE: 18-14176

INCIDENT: Theft
DATE / TIME: 5-7-2018 at approximately 1019 Am
LOCATION: Thrifty on Fifty Thrift Store located in Chester Md.
 
VICTIM: 53yo of Chester MD
 
DETAILS: On 5/7/2018 around 10 am deputies responded for a theft of a vehicle tag. The victim stated he got a flat tire on his vehicle and left it in the area of the Thrifty and Fifty Thrift store. The victim stated he left his vehicle there over the weekend and when he went back to pick up his vehicle he noticed that his rear tag was missing. It is not known who took the tag off of the vehicle.
 
Anyone with information that would assist with this investigation is asked to make contact with DFC. Jarrett at the Queen Anne’s County Office of the Sheriff.
 
DEPUTY: DFC. Jarrett
CASE: 18-13911
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INCIDENT: MDOP
DATE / TIME: 5/7/18 at 8:59 PM
LOCATION: 300 Blk of Bennett Point Rd, Queenstown, MD 21658
VICTIM: Age 55 of Queenstown, MD
DETAILS: Dep Pack responded to the above area for a report of a malicious destruction of property. The victim reported that her mailbox was damaged sometime between the evening of 5/5/18 and the morning of 5/6/18. No witnesses or suspects have been identified. The property is estimated be cost $125 dollars. If anyone has any information regarding this matter please call 410-758-0770.
DEPUTY: DFC Pack #0183
CASE: 18-13993
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INCIDENT: Civil Citation (Possession of CDS: Marijuana Less than 10 grams
DATE / TIME: 5/7/18 at 10:16 PM
LOCATION: 100 Blk of Hogue Rd, Queenstown, MD 21658
DEFENDANT(S):
1. Thomas M. Ford, W, M, Age 18 of Church Hill, MD
2. Latrell D. Kilson, B, M, Age 18 of Queenstown, MD
3. Harrison R. Butschky, W, M, Age 18 of Queenstown, MD
DETAILS: Deputies responded to the area of the 100 Blk of Hogue Rd for a report of a suspicious vehicle. The vehicle was described as a white passenger car and it appeared to be occupied. Just prior to the police arriving on scene, the vehicle attempted to leave the area. The vehicle was spotted by DFC Ahearn and the vehicle immediately sped off and a passenger fled from the vehicle. DFC Ahearn was able to catch up to the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. An odor of marijuana was detected emitting from the vehicle and the occupants were removed. DFC Ahearn’s investigation led him to the identity of the third suspect that fled. Contact was later made with the suspect at his home where he admitted to DFC Ahearn that he was the one who fled the vehicle. All three vehicle occupants were issued a civil citation for Possession of Marijuana (Less than 10grams). The driver was issued one traffic citation for failure to signal. All were released on signature.
DEPUTY: DFC Ahearn #0152
ASSISTED BY: Sgt Hampton #0104, Cpl Bassaro #0144, Dep Bush #0190, and the MSP
CASE: 18-14001
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INCIDENT: Stolen Motor Vehicle (Recovered)
DATE / TIME: 5/7/18 at 11:39 PM
LOCATION: 100 Blk of Dominion Rd (Exxon), Chester, MD 21619
VEHICLE: 2005 Lincoln, Town Car, White bearing Maryland tag “6DA5736”
VICTIM: Age 62 of Chester, MD
DETAILS: Deputies were dispatched to the Exxon gas station for a theft of a motor vehicle that just occurred. Upon arrival Dep Pack made contact with the victim who reported the suspect got into his vehicle while it was parked with the keys in the ignition. The suspect fled the scene in the vehicle heading West on Route 18 (Main St). The victim immediately called the police from the gas station.
The victim reported his cell phone was still inside the vehicle. With the assistance of the phone provider, the victim’s cell phone was tracked down and located in the Annapolis area. The Anne Arundel County Police Department was contacted and the victim’s unoccupied vehicle was located shortly after in the area of Bretton View Rd. Investigation is ongoing, if anyone has any additional information regarding this case, please contact the QACSO at 410-758-0770.
DEPUTY: Dep Pack #0183
ASSISTED BY: Sgt Hampton #0104 and Cpl Bassaro #0144
CASE: 18-14003
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INCIDENT: Marijuana less than 10g
DATE / TIME: 05/08/2018 approximately 5:00PM
LOCATION: North Bound 301 at Rt. 544, Millington MD
SUSPECT: Matthew T. Holder, 18yo male of Elkton, MD
Gianna C. Ulmen, 19yo female of Elkton, MD
Brittany A. Holotanko, 27yo Female of North East, MD
DETAILS: Deputies were conducting patrol in the area of North Bound 301 at Rt. 300, Sudlersville MD. Deputies witnessed a black in color, 2015 Subaru Forester, bearing Maryland registration, going above the posted speed limit. A traffic stop was initiated and contact was made with the driver, who was identified as Matthew T. Holder. Also, 2 passengers were located in the vehicle and identified as Gianna Ulmen, and Brittany Holotanko. Deputies smelled a strong odor of Marijuana coming from the vehicle. A Probable Cause search was completed which resulted with locating Marijuana less than 10g. Holder, Ulmen and Holotanko were cited on a civil citation for the Marijuana less than 10g and Holder was issued the appropriate citations for the speed violation.
DEPUTY: Dfc. D. Prince
CASE: 18-13969
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INCIDENT: Possession of Marijuana less than 10 grams
DATE AND TIME REPORTED: 05/08/18 11:22 pm
LOCATION: 3500 Block of Romancoke Rd in Stevensville
NARRATIVE: Dfc. Pack was working uniformed patrol in the 3500 Block of Romancoke Road when he observed a vehicle parked in a County Park after hours. He made contact with the occupants of the vehicle and was able to smell the odor of Marijuana coming from the vehicle. A subsequent search of the vehicle revealed a small amount of suspected Marijuana under ten grams. Both of the occupants were charged on civil citations and released on the scene.
ARRESTED: W/M Juvenile from Stevensville
Daniel Begley 18yr old W/M from Stevensville
INVESTIGATOR: Dfc. Pack, assisted by Dfc. Ahearn
CASE NUMBER: 18-14115
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INCIDENT: Marijuana less than 10g
DATE / TIME: 05/07/2018 approximately 7:45pm
LOCATION: Fey Rd. at Justin Berch Dr., Chestertown, MD
 
SUSPECT: Kaitlin N. LLoyd, 19yo female of Millington, MD
Kelsey E. Jones, 18yo female of Marydel, MD
Courtney C. Jones, 20yo female of Marydel, MD
Donald H. Peeples, 19yo male of Chestertown, MD
 
DETAILS: Deputies were in the area of Fey Rd and Longfellow Rd. Deputies witnessed a black in color, 2007 Saturn ion, bearing Delaware Temp tag, going above the posted speed limit. Also, a second vehicle was directly behind the Saturn, also doing above the posted speed limit. The second vehicle was described as a red in color, 1998 Honda civic, bearing Delaware registration. A traffic stop was initiated on both vehicles and contact was made with the driver of the Saturn, who was identified as Kaitlin N. Lloyd. A passenger was also in the Saturn and identified as Kelsey E. Jones. When contact was made with Kelsey, she handed over Marijuana less than 10g to Deputies. Kaitlin was issued the citations for the speed violation and Kelsey was given a Civil citation for Marijuana less than 10g.
Deputies then made contact with the second vehicle, previously identified as a Honda Civic. Upon approaching the vehicle, deputies could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from the vehicle. It was also stated that a 4yo male was unrestrained in a child seat. The driver was identified as Courtney C. Jones and the passenger in the Honda was identified as Donald H. Peeples. A Probable Cause search was completed which resulted with locating Marijuana less than 10g, and open alcohol containers. Both Courtney and Donald were cited on a civil citation for the Marijuana less than 10g and Donald was issued the appropriate civil citations for possession of alcohol under the age of 21. Courtney was also issued the appropriate citations for the speed violation.
 
Deputies also properly installed the child seat and instructed Courtney to always have the child restrained while driving.
 
DEPUTY: Dfc. Prince
CASE: 18-13987
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INCIDENT: Controlled Dangerous Substance – Marijuana less than 10grams
DATE / TIME: 05/8/2018 approximately 1:20 Pm
LOCATION: Queen Generver Way Chester MD 21619
SUSPECT: Juvenile of Chester MD.
 
 
DETAILS: On 5-8-2018 Deputies responded to the area of Queen Generver Way located in Chester MD for a report of individuals sleeping inside of a car. Upon arrival deputies located two sub-jects that were sleeping inside of the car. Investigations revealed that one subject was in possession of a controlled dangerous substance, marijuana less than ten grams. The juvenile was issued a juvenile civil citation and released to a parent.
 
DEPUTY: Cpl. B. Martz assisted by K9 Spike and Dep.Thomas
CASE: 18-14066
 
 

INCIDENT: Theft
DATE / TIME: 04/28 – 5/04/2018
LOCATION: Towers Gardens Community, Stevensville, MD
DETAILS: On 05/05/2018, Dep. Dickey spoke with a member of the Tower Garden Community and they advised between the dates of 4/28 -5/4/2018, suspect(s) entered the community beach area of Tower Gardens and removed the gate locks to the boat ramp and beach area. Suspects are unknown at this time and if you have any information relating to this incident, please contact Dep. Dickey at 410-758-0770 ext. 1960 or at sdickey@qac.org
VICTIM: Tower gardens Community
DEPUTY: Dep. Dickey
CASE: 18-13696
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INCIDENT: 2nd Degree Assault
DATE/TIME: 5/6/2018 @ 10:16AM
LOCATION: Hope Road Centreville, MD 21617
INVOLVED PARTIES: 49yo female Centreville, Md
54yo male Centreville, Md
DETAILS: Deputies received a 911 call for an assault in progress on Hope Road Centreville, Md. Upon arrival deputies learned that both parties had been involved in an altercation and both alleged they were assaulted by the other. Neither party wished to press charges on the other so they were both referred to the Court Commissioner’s Office and were advised of their victim’s rights.
DEPUTY: Dfc. M. Piasecki
CASE: 18-13803
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INCIDENT: Malicious Destruction of Property
DATE / TIME: 5/6/2018 @ 09:48AM
LOCATION: Julia Lane Sudlersville, MD
VICTIM: 27yo male Sudlersville, MD
SUSPECT: Kyteria Taylor 28yo female Chestertown, MD
DETAILS: Deputies responded to the area of Julia Lane Sudlersville, MD in reference to a Malicious Destruction of Property complaint that just occurred. Upon arrival Dep. Custis was advised by the victim that someone had damaged 3 tires on his car causing approximately $217.00 in damage. Investigation is ongoing anyone with Information can contact Deputy Custis at email jcustis@qac.org
DEPUTY: Dep. J. Custis
CASE: 18-13798
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INCIDENT: Civil Citation (Possession of Marijuana, less than 10 grams)
DATE / TIME: 5/5/18 at 11:45PM
LOCATION: Rt. 18 at Wharf Dr., Chester, Md. 21619
Arrested: Caroline Krueger, 20 of Stevensville, Md
DETAIL: Cpl. Hartmetz observed a late model silver colored Honda sedan, following another vehicle too closely, in the area of Rt.18 and the Kent Narrows A short distance later. he initiated a traffic stop of the Honda and made contact with the driver, Caroline Krueger (20YO). While speaking with the driver, Cpl. Hartmetz smelled marijuana emanating from the car. As a result, a search was conducted of the vehicle and less than 10 grams of marijuana was located. Caroline was issued a traffic warning for following another vehicle too closely and issued a civil citation for possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana. She was released on her signature at the scene.
DEPUTY: Cpl. Hartmetz
CASE: 18-13775
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INCIDENT: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol
DATE / TIME: 5/6/18 at 12:56AM
LOCATION: EB RT50 near Exit 42, Grasonville, Md. 21638
Arrested: Edward Hartle 22 of Severn, Md
DETAILS: Cpl. Hartmetz observed a late model, silver colored, Ford F150; commit a number of traffic offenses in the area of Rt. 18 at the Rt. 50 on ramp (exit 42). He initiated a traffic stop of the vehicle and made contact with the driver, Edward Hartle (22YO). The driver appeared to be under the influence. After an Investigation Hartle was placed under arrest for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol. Hartle was issued traffic citations for Negligent Driving, Unsafe lane change, and Failure to obey a traffic control device. He was also cited for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and related charges. He was released on his signature at the scene to a sober driver.
DEPUTY: Cpl. Hartmetz
CASE: 18-13783
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INCIDENT: Civil Citation (Possession of Marijuana, less than 10 grams).
DATE / TIME: 5/6/18 at 12:37AM
LOCATION: Roundtop Park, Roundtop Rd., Chestertown, Md. 21620
Arrested: David Carter 18 of Chestertown, Md
DETAILS: Dfc. Cooper was conducting a patrol check of the park when he noticed a silver Hyundai sedan in the parking lot. He made contact with driver, David Carter (18yo) and asked for consent to search the vehicle. Carter gave consent and a search was conducted which resulted in marijuana (less than 10grams) being located. Carter was issued a civil citation for possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana. He was released on his signature at the scene.
DEPUTY: Dfc. Cooper
CASE: 18-13782
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INCIDENT:                  Fraud

DATE AND TIME REPORTED:        05/02/18 7:10 pm

LOCATION:               100 Blk Agnes Ln. Church Hill, MD

VICTIM:                                 28yr old female

NARRATIVE:                         On 5/2/18, Deputy Bennett spoke with the victim in reference to a fraud. The victim advised that she received a phone call from a Las Vegas area code informing her that she had a warrant through the Las Vegas Police Department for missing jury duty. The caller requested that she purchase $960 worth of prepaid gift cards and provide them with the account numbers in order to clear up the warrant. The victim then purchased the cards and provided the caller with the information allowing them to access the funds on the cards. After she did this, the victim began to realize she was the victim of a scam and then contacted the Sheriff’s Office. Anyone with information about this crime is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office.

INVESTIGATOR:                   Deputy Bennett

CASE NUMBER:                   18-13351

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INCIDENT:                  Theft: From Vehicle-Less than $1,000

MDOP: Less than $1,000

DATE AND TIME REPORTED:        05/02/18 9:37 pm

LOCATION:               Terrapin Park Stevensville, MD

VICTIM:                     20yr old female

19yr old male

NARRATIVE: On 5/2/18, Deputy Pack spoke with the two victims in reference to a theft. They explained while at Terrapin Park, unknown suspect(s) broke the window to their 2012 Hyundai, Elantra.  Investigation revealed that both of their wallets were stolen from the inside of the vehicle.  The estimated value of the wallets was $50 dollars each.  The estimated value of the broken window is $200 dollars.  The victims then called the Sheriff’s Office.  Anyone with information about this crime is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office.

INVESTIGATOR:                   Deputy Pack

CASE NUMBER:                   18-13362

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INCIDENT:                  Possession Marijuana under 10 grams        

DATE AND TIME REPORTED:        05/04/18 12:23 am

LOCATION:               Nichols Manor Drive and Love Point Rd, Stevensville

NARRATIVE:                         On 05-04-17 at 12:23 am, Dfc. Pack stopped grey passenger car for a traffic violation at Nichols Manor Drive and Love Point Road. While speaking with the driver and occupant, Dfc. Pack smelled the odor of Marijuana coming from the vehicle. A subsequent search of the vehicle revealed a small amount of Marijuana. Both the driver and the front seat occupant were issued civil citations for possession of Marijuana.

ARRESTED:              Connor Lewis w/m 19yrs old of Grasonville

Nicholas Adee w/m 18yrs old of Stevensville

INVESTIGATOR:                   Dfc. Pack

CASE NUMBER:                   18-13504

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INCIDENT:                     Theft under $100.00

DATE AND TIME REPORTED:        4/26/18       10:47 a.m.

LOCATION:               2700 Block of Harrington Drive in Chester, MD 21619

VICTIM:                     52 of Chester, MD

NARRATIVE:             Deputies responded to the 2700 Block of Harrington Drive in Chester, MD for a report of theft. Upon arrival, deputies made contact with the victim and learned that a mailbox had been stolen from its post. The mailbox was described as a black mailbox with a red flag. It was valued at approximately $15.00 and anyone with information regarding this case is asked to contact Deputy Barlow at mbarlow@qac.org or 410-758-0770 ext. 1963. This case remains open at this time.

INVESTIGATORS:     Dep. M Barlow

CASE NUMBER:                 18-12597

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INCIDENT:         Theft

DATE / TIME:    04/27/2018 approximately 4:40 PM

LOCATION:      403 Outlet Center Dr, Queenstown MD 21658

VICTIM:             22 yo Female of Barclay MD

DETAILS:           On 4/27/2018 around 1840 Deputies were dispatched to 403 Outlet Center Dr which is the Banana Republic for a past theft.  Upon arrival deputies made contact with the victim who stated she received a call from her bank about a recent purchase from Target totaling $500. Toulson advised the bank that she did not make these purchases and the bank froze her account. Toulson stated she then checked in the store where she stores her purse while working and noticed that she was missing all 5 of her credit cards. The bank refunded her money for the $ 500 charge. All credit cards were frozen and new ones will be issued. Deputies reviewed the video footage from the store and observed 3 African American females enter the store. The footage shows two suspects distract the employee as one of the females enters the storage area where the purse was. The video footage then shows all the females leaving the store together.  Pictures of the three women were captured from the video footage but have yet to be identified.

Anyone with information that would assist with this investigation is asked to make contact with DFC. Prince at the Queen Anne’s County Office of the Sheriff at email Dprince@qac.org

DEPUTY:    DFC.Prince

CASE:     18-12780

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INCIDENT:         Theft

DATE / TIME:    04/27/2018 approximately 7:20 PM

LOCATION:      200 block of Lighthouse View Dr, Stevensville MD 21666

VICTIM:             45yo female of Stevensville MD

DETAILS           On 4/27/2018 around 7:20 pm deputies responded out to the 200 block of Lighthouse View Dr for a reported theft of two ATV’s. Upon arrival deputies made contact with the victim who stated two ATV’s were stolen from her drive way. She described both ATV’s as being a V Moto 125cc, one was red and white and the second was blue and white. Victim stated she remembered seeing both ATV’S in her driveway this morning. She also stated she was advised by her son later that afternoon that the ATV’s were not in the driveway anymore and this is when she contacted the police. They estimated the value to be $1798 for both Atv’s combined.

Anyone with information that would assist with this investigation is asked to make contact with Dep.Thomas at the Queen Anne’s County Office of the Sheriff at email Ethomas@qac.org.

DEPUTY:    Dep. Thomas

CASE:     18-12778

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INCIDENT:                       CDS less than 10g

DATE / TIME:                  04/28/2018 approximately 9:45 PM

LOCATION:                     W/B Rt50 @ Exit 44A Grasonville MD

SUSPECT:                       Trevon Brown 20yo of Pocomoke Md.

DETAILS:          On 4/28/2018 Deputies were on patrol in the area of W/B Rt50 and Exit 44A when they observed a White 2017 Jeep Deputies conducted a traffic stop on that vehicle for a traffic violation.  While talking with the driver Trevon Brown an odor of marijuana was detected coming from the vehicle. A search of the vehicle was conducted and marijuana less than 10 grams was located. A license check was conducted on Brown which showed that his driving privileges has been suspended. Brown was issued a civil citation for the marijuana and traffic citations for driving on a suspended license.

DEPUTY:            Cpl. B. Martz assisted by Cpl. Hartmetz

CASE:        18-12885

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INCIDENT:                  Damaged Property Report

DATE AND TIME REPORTED:        04/27/18 2:41pm

LOCATION:               Bay Tree Storage – 400 Pullman Crossing in Grasonville

VICTIM:                     53 of Vienna, VA

NARRATIVE:             Deputy Bush responded to the Bay Tree Storage in Grasonville for a report of a damaged boat trailer fender. The complainant advised Deputy Bush that he had parked his boat and trailer at the location for winter storage and when he returned for the spring he noticed the trailer fender was damaged. The complainant could not provide any suspect information and anyone with information is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at email Dbush@qac.org

INVESTIGATOR:                   Deputy Bush

CASE NUMBER:                   18-12763

 

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INCIDENT:    Theft under $1,000.

DATE / TIME: 4/30/18 at 12:10PM

LOCATION:  900 blk Cloverfields Dr., Stevensville, Md. 21666

Victim:                        52 Stevensville, Md

51, Stevensville, Md

DETAIL:   Dep. Matteson responded for a theft complaint and upon his arrival, made contact with the victims.  The victims advised that sometime between 4/28/18 at 4:30PM and 4/29/18 at 12:30PM, unknown suspect(s) stole several items from outside of the residence. Stolen were 2 brown, wooden lawn chairs and 1 brown, wooden lawn table with a total value of $150. Anyone with information contact QACSO at email Pmatteson@qac.org

DEPUTY: Deputy Matteson

CASE:  18-13024

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INCIDENT:  Theft over $100.00

DATE/TIME:   04/30/2018 @ 8:14 pm

LOCATION: Queenstown Outlet Center, Queenstown, MD

DETAILS:   Deputy Barlow responded to the Sunglass Hut in reference to a theft of a pair of sunglasses. The suspect fled the area prior to law enforcement arrival. Suspect description was black male, approximately 60 years of age, operating dark colored Ford F-150 pick-up truck. Suspect vehicle was last seen traveling north bound Rt. 301. If you have any information related to this incident, please contact Dep. Barlow at 410-758-0770 ext. 1963 or mbarlow@qac.org

VICTIM: Sunglass Hut

DEPUTY:  Dep. Barlow

CASE: 18-13081

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INCIDENT:  Possession of Marijuana more than 10 grams

DATE / TIME: 05/01/2018 @ 1:14 am

LOCATION:  Rt. 50 in the area of Sportsman’s Neck Road, Queenstown, MD

Arrested: Lauren Dunn, 24yo female, Reisterstown, MD

DETAILS: Dfc Piasecki observed a gray Mazda traveling on Rt. 50 with an inoperable headlight. A traffic stop was initiated on Rt. 50 in the area Sportsman Neck Road. Upon approaching the vehicle, Dfc Piasecki detected an odor of Marijuana from within the vehicle. A search of the vehicle was conducted and Marijuana was located inside. Operator/ owner of the vehicle was Lauren Dunn and she was arrested and charged with Marijuana more than 10 grams. Dunn was processed and transported to the Court Commissioner, where she was later released on an unsecured bond.

Charged: Possession of Marijuana more than 10 grams

DEPUTY: Dfc. Piasecki

CASE: 1813098