LIVE PD IS EVERY DAY! CALVERT SHERIFF POLICE BEAT: Anger needed management with time in the slammer for Jose
PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. – Calvert County Sheriff Capt. David Payne reports that on October 15, 2018, Deputy Deleon-Suero responded to Applebee’s in Prince Frederick for the report of a disorderly subject.
Police say that Jose Yovani Funes-Sorto, 23, was angry and refused to listen to orders. Funes-Sorto was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Jail where he was charged with Second Degree Assault, Resisting/Interfering with Arrest and Disorderly Conduct.
Stacey Bucked the Trend with Weekend Grab-bag of Drugs
PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. – Police say that on October 15, 2018, Calvert Sheriff Deputy T. Mohler conducted a traffic stop on Solomon’s Island Road in the area of Sherry Lane, Prince Frederick, Md. And while making contact with the driver, Stacey Marie Buck, 33, Deputy Mohler detected the odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle.
Buck advised she had marijuana in her purse. A search of the vehicle revealed multiple smoking devices, Lidocaine patches, marijuana, a variety of pills, Suboxone and a plastic tube containing suspected CDS powder. Buck was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Jail where she was charged with CDS: Possession of Marijuana, CDS: Possession-Not Marijuana and Concealing a Dangerous Weapon.
Forecast: A strong wafting of cannabis aroma will send wanna-be drug dealer Malik Morrow to a dark and lonely jail cell
DUNKIRK, MD. – Who carts around a safe full of drugs in a vehicle? Apparently, Malik Morrow does. On October 17, 2018, Deputy Bowlan conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Town Center Blvd and Penwick Lane, Dunkirk, and according to Capt. David Payne, Deputy Bowlan reports that while speaking with the driver, Malik Sandus Morrow, 18, he detected a strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle.
According to police, a search of the vehicle revealed a safe that contained a plastic bag with marijuana, a digital scale with marijuana residue, marijuana seeds, and a torn plastic bag with marijuana residue. Morrow, of 3055 Beaver Dam Road, Chesapeake Beach, Md., was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Jail where he was charged with CDS: Possession of Marijuana more than 10 grams, CDS: Distribution Paraphernalia and CDS: Possession with Intent to Distribute.
Malik won’t have to use any of his hard-earned alleged drug sales proceeds to hire a lawyer, as, you guessed it, the hapless taxpayers of Maryland are going to be stuck with the bill for his free lawyer.
Wild Woman of Borneo Now Lives in Calvert County
PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. – No longer does an intrepid Explorer have to raise funds for an expedition to a faraway corner of the far-east or venture to a virtually uninhabited island in the South Pacific to find a species worthy of study as being apart from civilization as we know it. Now, a ride-along with a Calvert Deputy would achieve the same purposes.
Calvert Sheriff Capt. Dave Payne reports that on October 17, 2018, Deputy Boerum responded to the Calvert Health Medical Center, Prince Frederick for the report of a combative patient. The subject, Samantha Jo Volland,36, of 320 Gray Drive, Lusby, Md., was throwing objects at staff, screaming and cursing loudly. As Deputy Boerum escorted Volland out of the ER, she stopped at the nurse’s station, stuck up her middle fingers and cursed at the staff. Approximately 5 minutes after being escorted out, Volland entered the hospital again and continued to yell and curse loudly. Volland was placed under arrest by Deputy Elizabeth Payne and transported to the Calvert County Jail where she was charged with Disorderly Conduct. Once at the jail she began to pour forth a new assault on jail staff with bodily fluids, earning her more criminal charges. Volland was then sent to be examined for mental competency to be eligible for standing trial.
Raving and Snorting with just a Dollar led to his Collar
CHESAPEAKE BEACH, MD. – A temper tantrum by a child can result in a timeout. A temper tantrum by an adult in the middle of a crash scene being investigated by a police officer can result in a timeout being spent in a jail cell.
According to Calvert Sheriff Capt. Dave Payne, on October 21, 2018, Deputy Michael Lorenzano responded to Dalrymple Road, Chesapeake Beach for the report of an auto accident. While EMS was treating the driver of the vehicle, Navon Samuels Rice, 30, of 2750 Dalrymple Road, Sunderland, Md., pulled up in another vehicle and attempted to walk over to the driver of the accident. Rice was told he could not make contact with the driver at this time due to the ongoing investigation of the accident.
Police say that Rice continued to yell across the street and attempted to walk over to her again, therefore, he was placed in handcuffs.
A search of his person revealed a folded-up dollar bill with suspected cocaine. Rice was transported to the Calvert County Jail where he was charged with CDS: Possession-Not Marijuana and Obstructing and Hindering and later released on his personal recognizance.