QA Press Releases 8/19


STOLT, Christina Leigh




INCIDENT:           Assault / Disorderly

DATE / TIME:      08/01/2016 @ 0157 Hours

LOCATION:         200 Block of New Jersey Road, Stevensville


DETAILS:              Deputies responded to area for a report of a woman screaming. On arrival a male subject reported that the screaming was from a woman he had brought home from a bar. He went on to say on the way to his house, she “freaked out” and began to throw items from his car. Arriving at his home he entered his house and locked the door to avoid her entering.


At that time she began to scream profanities and bang on the door. As deputies were talking with the man, the female came around the house screaming, attempted to hit the male and refused to calm down.


The woman, Christina Leigh Stolt (27) of North Beach was charged with assault and disorderly conduct. She was held until 8/2 at the Detention center until a $5000 bail was posted.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Tim Myers

CASE:                    16-21693


INCIDENT:           Theft from Motor Vehicle

DATE / TIME:      08/01/2016 @ 0650 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:         100 Block of Claiborne Fields, Centreville


DETAILS:              Victim reported four cars in his driveway had been entered during the night with assorted items taken including a flashlight, knife, a gift, bank and identification cards, loose change, and jumper cables. Items had an estimated value over $300. No damage to the vehicles was reported.


Victim did report his dog barking during the night and he looked outside and didn’t see anyone.


DEPUTY:              Dfc. Seth Ambrose

CASE:                    16-21704


INCIDENT:           Tamper with Motor Vehicle / MDOP

DATE / TIME:      08/01/2016 @ 1156 Hours

LOCATION:         100 Block of Groff Road, Millington, (QA) MD


DETAILS:              Victim reported during the previous night unknown person tampered with the louver latches on his 2007 Mustang and had also punctured his rear tire.


DEPUTY:              Dfc. Seth Ambrose

CASE:                    16-21726


INCIDENT:           MDOP

DATE / TIME:      08/02/2016 @ 0715 Hours

LOCATION:         Ackerman Road, Cloverfields Drive, Johnny Lane (Cloverfields), Stevensville, MD


DETAILS:              Several calls were received about mailboxes being dented and pulled off their posts. Several locations various lights on sidewalks, driveway and on a pier were also damaged. At on other location a lighthouse lawn ornament had been pushed over. The street sign at Ackerman & Johnny lane had been pulled up and stop signs also damaged.

County Roads responded to repair the signs. Several persons were contacted who reported that the damages occurred sometime after midnight. Damages were estimated at $650.


DEPUTY:          Dfc. Seth Ambrose

CASE:                16-21811


INCIDENT:           Scam Calls

DATE / TIME:      08/02/2016


DETAILS:              Numerous calls have been reported about persons with foreign accents advising they are from the IRS Collections demanding payment via Green Dot or similar type cards. The IRS does not make telephone calls to collect payment. The best recommendation is to ignore the calls. It seems that the no-call list has little or no effect and answering machines are being filled up with the calls.


In one reported case, the caller became hostile and told the resident that he was going to bomb his residence and kill everyone there. The call was made from a NY number which no one answers at this time.


Calls are also being received that the scammer is in need of money to bail out a relative or to pay a lawyer. Again these calls are a scam and have been successful several times in this county. In most cases the victim is elderly and believes they are helping a grandchild. It’s suggested that elderly members of you family be asked to call a responsible relative before sending money or sharing additional information.


A new version of telephone scams is being reported by the Maryland State Police are warning the public about a telephone scam in which the caller represents himself as a barrack commander and threatens the victim with arrest if money owed is not immediately forwarded.


A victim in her 70’s from Allegany County called the Maryland State Police Rockville Barrack last evening and reported she had received multiple calls from a man with a ‘heavy foreign’ accent.  He told her she owed $800 and would be arrested if she did not quickly forward him the money. Fortunately, the woman said she hung up on the suspect each time.


The woman said when the suspect called her, the caller ID on her phone showed the number 301-424-2101, which is the publicly listed phone number for the Maryland State Police Rockville Barrack.  The woman reported the suspect identified himself as Lt. Dan Pickett, who is the commander of the Rockville Barrack.


Citizens are reminded that the Maryland State Police does not collect fines for traffic or criminal offenses.  All fines are collected by Maryland’s court system (


No one in the Maryland State Police would place a call to someone and threaten arrest if a fine was not forwarded immediately to the State Police.


The Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Division is investigating this case of fraud and telephone misuse.  Anyone who may have received similar calls from someone saying they are from the Maryland State Police is asked to contact Sergeant Heath at 410-761-5130, or by email at  The State Police Criminal Enforcement Division


Tips Line is 888-210-1450.  Callers may remain anonymous.


INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      08/02/2016 @ 1123 Hours

LOCATION:         400 Block of Main Street, Stevensville


DETAILS:             Victim reported that two Sony 12″ type E subwoofers valued at $300 were stolen from the front porch of the residence. The items belonged to her grandson and had been placed on the porch during the process of moving.


DEPUTY:           Dfc. Seth Ambrose

CASE:                 16-21829


INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      08/02/2016 @ 2100 Hours

LOCATION:         Abruzzi Drive, Chester, MD


DETAILS:              Victim advised she had ordered a wallet online and that deliveries have to be picked at and signed for at the leasing office. Victim picked up her package and once in her apartment she noticed that it had been opened and re-sealed with packing tape. The wallet, a Luis Vuitton Emilee valued at $700 was not in the box.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Jordan Jarrett

CASE:                    16-21875