CALVERT SHERIFF POLICE BEAT / Things go south for big mouth Frederick Weems; Isaiah Childress back out on street after bust for distribution of drugs

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CALVERT SHERIFF POLICE BEAT / Things go south for big mouth Frederick Weems

Frederick Weems 38 of Lusby. The Mouth of South Calvert March 13, 2018, disorderly conduct Calvert Sheriff

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. – Maybe he was just asking for a ticket to ride for three hots and cot in the Hotel Calvert. Sheriff Mike Evans reports that on March 13, 2018, Deputy Ridgley responded to the area of 200 Duke Street for the report of a disorderly subject. When Deputy Ridgley arrived on scene and met with the subject later identified as Frederick Weems (38) of Lusby. While Dfc. Boerum was attempting to get an identification from Weems, Weems became very agitated and began to yell and use profanities. Weems was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with Disorderly Conduct.

Allegedly Dealing Pot for Fun and Profit

Isaiah Childress 18 of Lusby to have a large amount of marijuana. Out on bond for the Distribution charge. March 15, 2018, Calvert County Sheriff

LUSBY, MD. No flipping burgers for this guy, he is out for the big bucks of allegedly selling pot to potheads.

Two more Lusbians stopped by cops but only one was a winner to a night in the slammer. Police say that on March 15, 2018, Calvert Sheriff Deputy S. Naughton conducted a traffic stop in the area of Tomahawk Trail and Tomahawk Trail West.

Police say that while approaching the vehicle Deputy S. Naughton could immediately smell the strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle.

Corporal Denton and Deputy S. Naughton had each individual step out of the vehicle for a search to be conducted. The search revealed one of the passengers later identified as Isaiah Lee Childress, 18, of 11284 Sitting Bull Circle, Lusby, Md., to have a large amount of marijuana and paraphernalia.

Childress was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with CDS: Possession with Intent to Distribute and two counts of CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia. Don’t expect Childress to use his stash of drug cash he might have, the taxpayers are providing him with a free attorney, Luke Woods, of the public defender’s office.  Childress is back on the street after posting a $25,000 bond.  A preliminary hearing is set for April 2, 2018.

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LATROY HALL had Ecstasy in jail, say police. Calvert Sheriff March 15, 2018

Being in the slammer with his Ecstasy was a real joy for Latroy

BARSTOW, MD. – Right where he wanted to be. In jail where it was nice and warm and still able to get his dose of crack or smack. Calvert Sheriff Evans reports that on March 18, 2018, Dfc. Moran responded to the Calvert County Detention Center for the report of a CDS violation. Dfc. Moran made contact with the Correctional Deputy who advised him of the suspected CDS and inmate involved. The inmate later identified as Latroy Hall (37) of St. Leonard had concealed narcotics and paraphernalia on his persons. Hall was charged with CDS: Possession-Not Marijuana (Ecstasy), CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia, Possession/ Receive CDS While Confined/Detained, Possession of Contraband- Place of Confinement.  Since Latroy was already in jail, the taxpayers saved the cost of gas to take him there.

At aboy Latroy!

 

 

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