Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans discontinues release of DWI arrests in retaliation for news account of FBI probe

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Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans discontinues release of DWI arrests in retaliation for news account of FBI probe

Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans posed for this photo during an interview on May 8, 2018, when he thought it was to his benefit to be interviewed. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans replied via his
Calvert County Government email account:
“Dwi names will not be sent to tabloids”. 

Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans refused to send DWI list to Tabloids

In response to a request on June 18, 2018, for the DWI arrest report which has been released by the Calvert Sheriff’s Department since 1991, Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans replied via his Calvert County Government email account: “Dwi names will not be sent to tabloids”.

Prior to the publication of a news article detailing an FBI probe into Sheriff Evans allegedly snaring and sharing prescription drugs he picked up from Asbury retirement center in Solomon’s, Evans not only released DWI arrests but also willingly answered questions for this interview about why he is running for an unprecedented fifth term as Calvert Sheriff.

DWI arrests have been routinely released by prior Sheriff’s and during his four terms in office until the publication of the article about the FBI probing his actions on May 18, 2018.

As can be determined by the video below, Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans formerly released “Dwi names” until an article disclosing his alleged criminal actions was published.

Calvert Sheriff’s DFC Denton at a barricade scene in 2007 during a reporter ride along approved by Calvert Sheriff Evans. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo by Matt Ivancie.
Live PD in Calvert County Md. Screenshot from A & E Live PD. Live PD filmed in Calvert County for six months in 2017.  THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY

DWI HIT PARADE – The following persons were arrested for DUI by the Maryland State Police Barrack in Prince Frederick, Md.

Name    Age        Date of Arrest    Address Arresting Trooper

James E. Rackley Jr.         52           6/12/18 @ 12:01 am      Solomon’s, MD                 TFC S. Matthews

Joseph C. Guidotti            35           6/14/18 @ 12:37 am      Huntingtown, MD            TPR. R. Backus

Eladio M. Castro               38           6/15/18 @ 09:58 pm      Pr. Frederick, MD             TPR. R. Backus

David J. Roan     50           6/15/18 @ 11:49 pm      California, MD                                 TPR. A. Fraser

Kyle E. J. Mishou               29           6/17/18 @ 12:28 am      St. Leonard, MD               TPR. A. Fraser

Krystal M. Jones               32           6/17/18 @ 11:45 pm      Washington, DC              TFC K. Robinson

Baynet report says its sources say THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY article is true

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