QA Press Release 3/19


INCIDENT:       Theft

DATE / TIME:  03/08/2012 @ 2136 Hours

LOCATION:     200 Kent Landing, Stevensville

VICTIM:         K-Mart


NARRATIVE:   Suspect was observed placing bras and make-up into her purse and fleeing the store. Suspect is described as a white female in her 30’s about 5’8” with medium brown hair in a ponytail wearing a black long-sleeved shirt, jeans and black shoes driving a gray colored car with Maryland Tags. Value of the items were about $45.00


DEPUTY:         Deputy Whitney Elliott

CASE:             12-06735


INCIDENT:      Theft

DATE / TIME:  03/09/2012 @ 1026 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:     1200 Block of Duhamel Corner Road, Sudlersville

VICTIM:          Johnny L. Lofland of Sudlersville


NARRATIVE:   Victim reported the theft of scrap auto parts including radiators, a 9HP Honda motor & pump and a new Stihl Cutquik Professional Cut Off Machine. The theft amount was estimated at nearly $7,500.00


DEPUTY:       Deputy William Schepleng

CASE:           12-06783



INCIDENT:       Check Fraud

DATE / TIME:  03/09/2012 @ 1520 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:     1900 block of Anchorage Drive, Chester

VICTIM:          Frank Marzullo of Chester


NARRATIVE:. Victim report being contacted by his bank who advised him that someone had purchased items at a Staples Store in Newark Delaware using a fraudulent check with his account number. The check was written on February 24th in the amount of $1,464. Because of this fraud, the bank closed the account for the victim. Information was supplied to Delaware State Police for follow-up.


DEPUTY:       Dfc. Stephen Fraser       

ASSIST:         12-06821




DATE / TIME:  03/09/2012 @ 2243 Hours

LOCATION:     589 Conquest Road, Centreville

VICTIM:          Corsica River Sailing Center                 


NARRATIVE:   Cpl. Shane Russell responded to the location for a report of an underage party. On arrival several vehicles were seen leaving the area and the remains of a bonfire could be seen. The bonfire consisted of two picnic tables from that location. Cpl. Russell requested Goodwill Fire Company to respond and extinguish the fire. The tables were valued at $300 and the investigation remains open.


DEPUTY:       Cpl. Shane Russell     

CASE:           12-06872



INCIDENT:       Missing Person

DATE / TIME:  03/10/2012 @ 1145 Hours

LOCATION:     Kimberly Way, Stevensville

VICTIM:          Male (15) of Stevensville


NARRATIVE:  Parent of the child reported that their son age 15 was missing since attending school on the previous day. The parent also advised that the child’s friends were local but they did not know who they were. The parents also had searched his room and found a smoking device with suspected CDs residue. They also advised he had stolen money from a sibling and in the past had purchased synthetic marijuana (Known as K-2). Deputies broadcast an attempt to locate and around 1851 hours located the subject on a basketball court on Old Love Point Road. Other circumstances gained from the investigation caused the deputy to transport the boy to Anne Arundel Medical Center for treatment.


DEPUTY:         Deputy Steve Matthews

CASE:             12-06928


INCIDENT:     Theft

DATE / TIME: 03/10/2012 @ 1603 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:     200 Block of Hatchett Road, Centreville

VICTIM:         Joan Schatz of Centreville


NARRATIVE:  Victim reported that while she was away from her home for an extended period, she was missing jewelry which included watches, necklaces and a few rings. No sign of forced entry and the theft occurred sometime between June and October of 2011. Investigation remains open. 


DEPUTY:       Dfc. Stephen Fraser

CASE:           12-06946



INCIDENT:       Theft & MDOP

DATE / TIME:   03/10/2012 @ 1649 Hours

LOCATION:      Outlet Center Drive, Queenstown

VICTIM:         Jennifer L. Pentz of St. Michaels


NARRATIVE:.   Victim reported finding the passenger window of her 2007 Pontiac broken and an iPod missing from the center console. Incident occurred sometime between 1030 Hours and 1640 hours while the vehicle was parked in the rear parking area. The iPod was valued at $500 and the window replacement estimated at $300.


DEPUTY:         Deputy William Schepleng

CASE:             12-06953


INCIDENT:      Assault

DATE / TIME:  03/10/2012 @ 1822 Hours

LOCATION:     Matthew Drive, Crumpton

VICTIM:          Jeremy S. Bozartha of Crumpton      


NARRATIVE:   Victim reported being assaulted by an unknown male while attempting to pick up his daughter for visitation at the mother’s residence. Victim had no visible injuries and declined further action by the deputy.


DEPUTY:       Deputy William Miller

CASE:           12-06960



INCIDENT:       Theft

DATE / TIME:  03/10/2012 @ 1823 Hours

LOCATION:     Abruzzi Drive, Chester     

VICTIM:          John Skuletich of Annapolis


NARRATIVE:   Victim report having lunch at a restaurant on Abruzzi Drive with his wife. When they left, he forgot to take his backpack with him which contained a EPA Badge with ID, a retired Secret Service Badge with ID, an iPhone, a Blackberry and several other items. When the victim returned, they were unable to locate the backpack. The server recalls asking the next occupants if the backpack belonged to them and they replied no yet when they left the backpack was gone. Using credit card information the person seated at the table after the victim were located and found to be a former MSP Barrack Commander and provided a different account of occurrences. At this time the investigation remains open. The items missing were valued at $535. Due to the nature of the items EPA and Secret Service were notified.


DEPUTY:         Dfc. Stephen Fraser

CASE:             12-06961


INCIDENT:     Assault

DATE / TIME: 03/11/2012 @ 0041 Hours

LOCATION:    201 Wells Cove Road, Grasonville (The Jetty)




NARRATIVE:   Dfc. Sewell responded to location in response of a call from Tyler Hawkins who was advising he had been assaulted. Hawkins reported that he was arguing with an unknown subject when two security employees took him by the arms and escorted him outside. On the way out another person hit him in the eye with a fist. Hawkins was complaining about security being too rough but refused medical treatment. Additional units responded to location and as Sgt. Meil arrived he observed a heavy-set white male urinating in front of patrons entering and leaving the establishment.  This subject was identified and released at the scene with charges pending to his transportation. While on the scene, DFC. Ambrose was approached by a female, Deanna Rogers who reported being punched in the face by a tall white male she pointed out. The male subject was identified and stated a fight had broken out near him and as he attempted to leave, Ms. Rogers had slapped him and he pushed her away. These two subjects were referred to the Court Commissioner if they desired charges.


DEPUTY:      Dfc. George Sewell

ASSIST:       Sgt. Mark Meil – Dfc. Seth Ambrose

CASE:          12-6989 / 12-6970 / 12-6991




DATE / TIME:   03/11/2012 @ 0326 Hours

LOCATION:     311 Love Point Road, Stevensville (No Place)

VICTIM:         No Place


NARRATIVE:   Dfc. Ambrose was dispatched to location after it was reported that a man had come into the establishment and ordered a cheese steak. When advised they were closing, he became angry, went outside and flipped over and destroyed a picnic table. The business called later the following evening and advised the subject had returned and was paying for the damages. No further action.


DEPUTY:        Dfc. Seth Ambrose                   

CASE:            12-06994


INCIDENT:      Assault

DATE / TIME:  03/11/2012 @ 1028 Hours

LOCATION:     300 Block of Del Rhodes Ave., Queenstown

VICTIM:         See Narrative

CHARGE:       N/A


NARRATIVE:   Deputies were called to location for an assault in progress. On arrival A/Cpl. Brockman met with Kyle R. Gibson who advised he had been assaulted by his sister’s ex-boyfriend Timothy Walbert. Gibson further advised he was at the residence to get his sister’s personal property at her request. He advised he had knocked on the door with getting a response. Since his sister is still on the lease, he was told by her to enter thru a window on the side of the house. As he was climbing in the window, he was kicked in the head by Walbert. He then climbed back out of the window and called 911. When interviewed, Walbert reported he was asleep and heard someone yelling. As he came downstairs to answer the door, he saw someone climbing in the window so he kicked him. Neither subject was injured and neither wanted charges. No further action.


DEPUTY:       A/Cpl. John Brockman

CASE:          12-07013



INCIDENT:       Burglary

DATE / TIME:  03/11/2012 @ 1049 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:     100 Block of Browning Lane, Centreville

VICTIM:         Melissa G. Sidebottom of Centreville


NARRATIVE:   Victim’s son reported finding a screen porch door with a new cut to gain access, however it did not appear that entry was made to the house. Mrs. Sidebottom advised that it may be related to a theft that occurred on 3/9 when her son had a party at the house and her Samsung Tablet, a Tiffany ring and a charm bracelet was stolen. The stolen items were valued at $1,250.


DEPUTY:         A/Cpl. John Brockman

CASE:             12-07015


INCIDENT:      Theft – MDOP

DATE / TIME:  03/11/2012 @ 1902 Hours

LOCATION:     Main Street, Queen Anne

VICTIM:          Helen M. Gardner of Queenstown         


NARRATIVE:   Victim reported she was doing a Landlord Inspection of the house and discovered that  a Kenmore refrigerator was missing which was valued at $400. She also reported extensive damage to the house including holes in the walls and floors, broken windows and dog feces about the house. She also complained about chickens in the rear shed. The victim was directed to the District Court for possible charges and civil actions.


DEPUTY:       Dfc. Lee Becker      

CASE:           12-07058



INCIDENT:      Medical Emergency

DATE / TIME:  03/11/2012 @ 1924 Hours

LOCATION:     7000 Block of Church Hill Road, Chestertown

VICTIM:          Female (48) of Chestertown                 


NARRATIVE:  Cpl. Russell was dispatched to location for a female complaining of rotten flesh smells from her heat vents, neighbors answering her phone and the people behind her eyes and asking for help. She was transported to Chester River Medical Center for treatment.


DEPUTY:       Cpl. Shane Russell

CASE:           12-07059



INCIDENT:      Assault

DATE / TIME:  03/11/2012 @ 2050 Hours

LOCATION:     100 Block of Fairview Avenue, Chestertown

VICTIM:         Megan C. Steinbach of Chestertown                   


NARRATIVE:  Victim reported that a male subject had come to her house and began to argue with her boyfriend over something said to the man’s son. Victim reported she stepped in between the two and was shoved by the man. When she told him she had called the police , the man returned to his vehicle and drove away. Victim was advised on the [procedure of getting charges and a peace order if desired.


DEPUTY:       Deputy William Miller     

CASE:           12-07068



INCIDENT:      Medical Emergency

DATE / TIME:  03/11/2012 @ 2316 Hours

LOCATION:     100 Block of Holly Thicket, Stevensville

VICTIM:         Female (56) of Grasonville                    


NARRATIVE:  Family member reported the woman to be suicidal and had taken handfuls of pills. On arrival she was located in the yard and began to flee. When taken into custody, deputies saw a pill fall from her mouth. Subject also asked the deputies to shoot her. She was transported by patrol car to Anne Arundel Medical Center for treatment.


DEPUTY:       Sgt. Mark Meil

CASE:           12-07080



INCIDENT:      Theft

DATE / TIME:  03/12/2012 @ 0829 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:     100 Block of Allegany Road, Stevensville

VICTIM:          Ronal Paclik of Stevensville                  


NARRATIVE:  Victim reported the theft of a 12 foot Aluminum Jon Boat valued at $200 from the yard of the residence. It was last seen on March 4th.


DEPUTY:       Dfc. Jessica Kellogg

CASE:           12-07102



INCIDENT:      Firearms Complaint

DATE / TIME:  03/12/2012 @ 1638 Hours

LOCATION:     Dulin Clark Road, Centreville

ARREST:         Joshua Michael Goddard (18) of Centreville        


NARRATIVE:  Property owners in the area reported three males were fishing and firing weapons in a pond and wooden area near their homes. The area is an open space area and owned by a Zebulon Brodie who was contacted by the deputy. Mr. Brodie advised he had told one of the subjects, a Joshua Goddard once before he was not to trespass on the land. The three were located and admitted to fishing and shooting cans with pellet rifles. Two of the subjects, males 18 and 19 were advised to leave the area and not to return. The third subject, Goddard was taken into custody and charged with Trespassing. He was later released by a District Court Commissioner on his personal recognizance.


DEPUTY:       Cpl. Mark Carr

CASE:           12-07153