QA Press Release 8/7





INCIDENT:           Burglary

DATE / TIME:      08/02/2012 @ 1312 Hours

LOCATION:         Fair Prospect Farm Court, Stevensville

VICTIM:               Keller-Williams Mgt. of Chantilly VA


NARRATIVE:        Property Manager for the company reported someone had entered the vacant residence and kicked / punched numerous holes in the walls . Damage was estimated at $2000.


DEPUTY:              Dfc. Seth Ambrose

CASE:                    12-22228


INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      08/02/2012 @ 1423 Hours

LOCATION:         210 Island Plaza, Stevensville

VICTIM:               Living Waters Food Bank              


NARRATIVE:        Ms. Gail Flynn reported missing $350 from a deposit while it was in a rear room of the business sometime between Saturday afternoon (28th) and Tuesday (31st). During that time several persons had access to location.


DEPUTY:              Dfc. Ambrose

CASE:                    12-22235


INCIDENT:           Disorderly

DATE / TIME:      08/02/2012 @ 2221 Hours

LOCATION:         300 Block of Malcolm Drive, Centreville


ARREST:               Brandon Edward Moxey (35) of Centreville

CHARGE:              Disorderly Conduct / Failure to Obey a Lawful Order


NARRATIVE:        Deputies were called to the residence by a family member reporting Mr. Moxey to be intoxicated and tearing the house up. On arrival the suspect’s children were out of the house with another family member attempting to calm him down. Moxey is reported to be in the front yard yelling loudly causing neighbors to turn their lights on and throwing lawn ornaments. When he refused to calm down, Moxey was placed under arrest and resisted being taken into custody. After a brief struggle, he was placed in a patrol car and did not require medical attention. A District Court Commissioner later released him on his personal recognizance.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Steve Matthews

ASSIST:                 Deputy Aaron Wilson

CASE:                    12-22274


INCIDENT:           Assault

DATE / TIME:      08/02/2012 @ 2323 Hours

LOCATION:         1157 Shopping Center Road, Stevensville

VICTIM:               Randy H. Thomas


NARRATIVE:        Victim reported leaving work at Hardees and being attacked but three African-American males. When co-workers came out the three ran to a blue car and left. Victim stated he was hit on the arm and head. Victim did not seek medical attention.  One of the attackers was known by the victim and had had “words” recently about a female. Investigation remains open.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Nathaniel Burns

CASE:                    12-22276


INCIDENT:           MDOP

DATE / TIME:      08/03/2012 @ 0843 Hours

LOCATION:         Old Love Point Park, Stevensville

VICTIM:               Parks & Rec – QA County


NARRATIVE:        It was reported that the rear of the concession stand at the park had been “tagged” with graffiti of a large blue band with a gold sailboat and lettering “DNEPR ULTRAS”. A piece of playground equipment had also been sprayed with a “GT”. Damages were estimated at $300. Anyone who can assist with identification of the “taggers” is asked to call the Sheriff’s Office at (410) 822-0770.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Chris Neall

CASE:                    12-22308


INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      08/03/2012 @ 1206 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:         101 Nichols Manor Drive

VICTIM:               Cloverfields Community  Club


NARRATIVE:        It was reported that $70 was missing from the cash register at the Community Clubhouse. It is believed to have been taken sometime between the evening of 8/2 to time of the report. No sign of forced entry to the building.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Chris Neall

CASE:                    12-22328


INCIDENT:           Disorderly

DATE / TIME:      08/03/2012 @ 0132 Hours

LOCATION:         Jarman Branch Road / Ruthsburg Road, Centreville


ARREST:               Male (13) of Centreville

                              Male (15) of Centreville

                              Male (13) of Centreville

CHARGE:              Disorderly Conduct & Trespassing


NARRATIVE:        The Sheriff’s Office received several calls from resiudents in the area about a group of juveinles knocking on doors, throwing items at houses and moving items on porches. Some of the complaintants were visibly upset and scared while others were angry. While meeting with one of the complaintants, a second Sheriff’s Deputy located two juvenile males on Jarman Branch Road who admitted  to being involved. A third male was named and he and his father responded. The boys stated they were doing it for the thrill and named three other boys who were involved and staying at a house on Ruthsburg Road. Attempts to make contact with someone at the residence were unsuccessful. As a result the three juveniles have been referred to Juvenile Services and released to their parents, with pending charges on the remaining three suspects.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Chase Armington

ASSIST:                 Dfc. Zack House

CASE:                    12-22423


INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      08/04/2012 @ 1800 Hours

LOCATION:         1100 Block of Kentmoor Road, Stevensville

VICTIM:               Mark C. Russell of Stevensville


NARRATIVE:        Victim reported the theft of his black & orange TREK Super Fly 100 Carbon Mountain Bicycle from his yard. The bike was last seen at about 2 PM that afternoon next to his fence when he was leaving his home. When he returned about an hour later it was gone. The bike was valued at $4000.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Chris Neall

CASE:                    12-22493


INCIDENT:           DWI Arrest

DATE / TIME:      08/04/2012 @ 2040 Hours

LOCATION:         RT 18 @ Gravel Run Road, Grasonville


ARREST:               James William Cole (53) of Grasonville

CHARGE:              DWI / CDS


NARRATIVE:        A green Toyota Camry  was seen traveling thru a stop sign at RT 18 and Gravel Run. The car was stopped on Whittico Lane and the driver was found to be James W. Cole. Due to the deputy’s observations, an odor of alcohol on Mr. Cole and in the car along with open cans of beer in the car, he was asked to attempt several field sobriety tasks. As a result, Mr. Cole was placed under arrest for DWI. A search of the vehicle resulted in the seizure of three baggies with suspected marijuana. A secondary search of Mr. Cole at the Sheriff’s Office also resulted in the seizure of a suspected marijuana cigarette. Cole was charged with DWI, Possession of CDS (Marijuana) and CDS Paraphernalia. After processing, Cole was released on his personal recognizance by a District Court Commissioner.


DEPUTY:              Dfc. Michael Jordan

CASE:                    12-22505


INCIDENT:           Assault

DATE / TIME:      08/04/2012 @ 2331 Hours

LOCATION:         108 Carroll Road, Centreville

VICTIM:               Amanda M. King of Centreville

                              Sarah E. Vongohren of Chester

ARREST:               Michael David Younger Jr. (26) Centreville

CHARGE:`            Assault / Disorderly Conduct / Obstructing & Hindering / Resisting Arrest


NARRATIVE:        In response to multiple calls, Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to 108 Carroll Road. On arrival there was a female outside the house screaming about a fight inside the residence. Inside the house, Deputy Armington saw a Centreville Office with a male in custody and a female on a sofa semi-conscious and moaning. The Centreville Officer was searching the subject in custody and tossed two knives on the floor, when another male came from one of the bedrooms. That subject had no shirt on and visible cuts and scrapes yelling into a cell phone and at the Deputy. When he failed to cooperate, he was taken into custody after a brief struggle.


Investigation revealed that an intoxicated male at the residence had attempted to leave in his car driving across the lawn of a neighboring residence. This caused a fight between Michael Younger and another male at the house. When Sarah Vongohren attempted to intervene, Younger pushed her, causing her to fall and hit her head on the sidewalk. The fight then continued inside. The driver of the car had left prior to police arriving and a ATL was sent to area police. Vongohren and King were flown to Shock Trauma for treatment by MSP Aviation. Younger was charged with the above charges and held on a $5000 Bond at the Detention Center until a family member posted the amount. Investigation continues with additional arrests pending.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Chase Armington

ASSIST:                 Officer Lewis (CPD); Cpl. Carr, Dfc. Jordan, Dep. Harris, MSP Aviation

CASE:                    12-22515


INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      08/03/2012 @ 0346 Hours

LOCATION:         500 Double Creek Point Road, Chestertown

VICTIM:               Donald M. Wood of Enola PA

ARREST:               Brenden Joseph Nedelka (18) of Downingtown PA              

CHARGE:              Theft & MDOP


NARRATIVE:        The victim had parked his 2007 Club Car golf cart on the beach of the campground and upon returning discovered it to be missing. The victim and campground manager located the cart on the dog trail with a male subject in the cart passed out. When confronted, the suspect, later identified as Brendon Nedelka attempted to start a fight with the men and was detained until a Sheriff’s Deputy arrived. Nedelka was taken into custody and charged with Theft and MDOP. The golf cart was valued at $3000 and had incurred damage to the suspension estimated at $1000.


After processing at Sheriff’s Headquarters, Nedelka was released on a personal recognizance by a District Court Commissioner.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Charles Harris

CASE:                    12-22534



INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      08/05/2012 @ 1313 Hours

LOCATION:         2900 Block of Cox Neck Road, Chester    

VICTIM:               John Dugan of Chester


NARRATIVE:        Victim reported the theft of his red double door trailer from the Southwinds Community Storage area. The trailer which is not currently tagged was last seen by the victim around 7/15. The community president had told him that the lock on the gate had been found broken sometime in July but nothing appeared to have been taken. The trailer and its contents (antique mahogany furniture) was valued at $5200.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Chris Neall           

CASE:                    12-22561