HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Queen Anne’s Demo Derby Pilot Sean Michael Tettimer Racked up Dozens of Charges in Drug-Fueled DWI Rampage
CENTREVILLE, MD – A Calvert County career junkie and convicted drug dealer, Sean Michael Tettimer, who, when his grandma bought him a car, gave it to his drug supplier for $200, went on a wild demo-derby in Queen Anne’s County on June 25, 2020. His sentence for drug dealing to spend five years in prison was suspended to 18 months in a sweet plea deal by then-Calvert States Attorney Andrew Rappaport on Jan. 7, 2019 – making him available to be the highway terror of the Eastern Shore this year.
Maryland State Police have formally charged Tettimer, who was arrested Thursday in connection with multiple hit-and-run crashes in just a matter of minutes in Queen Anne’s County.
The suspect, Sean Michael Tettimer, 27, (DOB 07/22/1992) of 60 Barstow Road, Prince Frederick, Maryland, is charged with driving under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance, driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, negligent driving, failure to control speed to avoid a collision, drug possession and related traffic charges.
Police report he was transported by ambulance to the University of Maryland Shore Medical Center in Easton for treatment of his injuries. He is now being held without bond in the Queen Anne’s County Jail.
Shortly before 11:40 a.m. on Thursday, troopers from the Maryland State Police Centreville Barrack responded to a report of a hit-and-run crash along Route 50 East just after the exit of the Bay Bridge. According to a preliminary investigation, Tettimer, who was driving a white Mercury sedan, had struck a guardrail on the Bay Bridge before it struck a tractor-trailer on eastbound Route 50 by Thompson Creek Road.
Tettimer continued to drive east on Route 50 as troopers attempted to conduct a traffic stop of his vehicle. Tettimer next struck a Honda CRV and a Chevy Tahoe. His vehicle eventually experienced mechanical failure and came to rest along the shoulder of Route 50 just prior to Maryland Route 213.
Troopers took Tettimer into custody at the scene without further incident. According to a preliminary investigation, Tettimer also had possession of suspected heroin in his vehicle.
No other injuries were reported as a result of this incident. Route 50 just prior to Route 213 was partially closed briefly following the crashes.
Tettimer was indicted by the Calvert County Grand Jury, based on the evidence provided them by the Calvert States Attorney’s Office on Aug. 20, 2018. The indictment charged Tettimer with possession with the intent to distribute heroin and Fentanyl – which he freely admits using on his Twitter feed and admitted to possession and intending on selling, in Calvert Circuit Court on Dec. 12, 2018.
Tettimer also pleaded guilty in a plea deal with the Calvert States Attorney to DWI – drugs which resulted in a sentenced of no jail time. The drug distribution charge resulted in a sentence of five years in prison with all but eighteen months suspended which allowed him to spend that time in the Calvert Hotel and Jail just a mile from his home. The taxpayers of Maryland provided for his free attorney as it can’t be expected that Tettimer or the people he lives with should have to pay for a lawyer.
On July 7, 2018 Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Ridgely responded to Well St, Huntingtown for the report of a vehicle theft. The victim advised she bought a 2010 Mercury Milan for her grandson, Sean Michael Tettimer. Tettimer advised he gave the vehicle to one of his friends for the day for $200 but did not know the friend’s name. Deputy Ridgely noticed a cut straw on the floor, and Sean advised he snorts Fentanyl. The CDS was packaged and transported to the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office. Tettimer was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with Theft: $1,500 to Under $25,000, CDS: Possession-Not Marijuana and CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia. The charges were all dropped by Calvert County States Attorney Laura Martin on Oct. 3, 2018. It is unknown if Grandma ever got her money or her car back, but the reader is invited to guess. Taxpayers paid for this junkie’s free attorney so he could use his own money to buy Fentanyl but somehow never gets the good stuff that triggers an overdose.
On March 21, 2016, Tettimer pleaded guilty to being a bum – officially charged as Rogue & Vagabond – in Calvert District Court.
The reader who may believe that the Calvert County Criminal Justice system protects the public from junkies and drug dealers by locking them up in the slammer should learn that on Sept. 4, 2012, Tettimer got another plea deal from Calvert County States Attorney Laura Martin which resulted in a guilty plea to possession of heroin with the intent to distribute. THE DEAL: Tettimer was sentenced to two years and six months in prison and five other charges were dropped as part of the deal.
Tettimer has attempted to open up a different path in his criminal career as a burglar when on April 13, 2018, Calvert States Attorney Laura Martin put five theft and burglary charges on the Stet Docket when he promised to be a good junkie and not break into any more homes or stores.