NAME-DROPPING COKEHEAD SON OF SHERIFF STEVE HALL – Bodycam reveals three times Trent Hall told Calvert Deputies his daddy is the Sheriff in St. Mary’s

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DURING THE INITIAL TRAFFIC STOP, TRENT HALL QUICKLY NAME-DROPPED HIS DADDY AS SHERIFF STEVE HALL OF ST. MARY’S COUNTY

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ST. MARY’S SHERIFF STEVE HALL’S SON ADMITS ON VIDEO HE BOUGHT COCAINE IN ST. MARY’S COUNTY – WILL SHERIFF HALL OPEN AN INVESTIGATION INTO DRUG DEALING INVOLVING HIS SON?

WILL ST. MARY’S STATE’S ATTORNEY JAYMI STERLING CHARGE THE SON OF FELLOW GOP LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL WITH DRUG POSSESSION AFTER VIDEO ADMISSION OF BUYING COCAINE IN ST. MARY’S COUNTY?

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF CRIMINAL CONDUCT OF SON OF SOUTHERN MARYLAND SHERIFFS: Prince George’s County Sheriff Don Ansel’s son had an extensive criminal career.  In the last sixty years, no other Sheriff in the region has had family members charged with crimes. St. Mary’s Sheriff George Sanger committed suicide in 1977 when his son became involved with drugs.

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Traffic stop in front of Cove Point Self Storage in Calvert County, Maryland

CALVERT DEPUTY FIRST CLASS SHOEMAKER: Good morning, sir. I stopped you because you were doing 78 mph in a 55 mph. Where were you going?

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TRENT ALLEN HALL: “I work right down the road here. I work with Tornado Electric. My dad is actually Steve Hall. He is with St. Mary’s County. He’s the sheriff down there.”

(As Trent Hall name-drops his daddy as being Sheriff of St. Mary’s County, Deputy Shoemaker spots suspected cocaine in a bag in the console of Trent Hall’s pickup.)

DEPUTY SHOEMAKER: “Would you mind handing me that cutoff bag down there?

Hall rips off part of the bag and throws it on the floor as he deftly hands the bag to Deputy Shoemaker.

DEPUTY SHOEMAKER: “What did you just pull off of it?”

Hall reaches down and picks up the suspected cocaine he attempted to conceal.

DEPUTY SHOEMAKER: “Get out of the car. Put your hand behind your back.”

As Hall is handcuffed, he walks over to the front of the Calvert Deputy’s patrol unit and turns back towards the officer, and Deputy Shoemaker says: “Are you kidding me, dude?”

Hall’s reply is inaudible.
DEPUTY SHOEMAKER: “You got anything on you that is going to stick me, poke me or hurt me?”

TRENT ALLEN HALL: “No, sir.”

Deputy Shoemaker once again tells Hall his name and his badge number and that the incident is being recorded. The deputy advises Hall that they are waiting for another deputy to arrive.

DEPUTY SHOEMAKER: “Do you understand what’s going on here.”

TRENT ALLEN HALL: “Yes, sir.”

TRENT ALLEN HALL: “I apologize for trying to throw it away.”

DEPUTY SHOEMAKER: “It is what is at this point.”

At this point, Deputy Smith arrives, and Deputy Shoemaker tells Hall that he can hang out with Deputy Smith as he carefully searches Hall’s pickup truck. Deputy Shoemaker radios to Calvert Dispatch that the traffic stop is for a Controlled Dangerous Substance.

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TRENT HALL’S FIRST SENTENCE TO CALVERT DEPUTY SMITH AT THE COCAINE ARREST SCENE WAS
TO NAME-DROP HIS DADDY

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TRENT ALLEN HALL: “I’m from St. Mary’s County; my dad is actually the Sheriff down there.”

DEPUTY SMITH: “What’s his name?”

TRENT HALL: “Steve.   Steve Hall. 

DEPUTY SMITH: “I know I’ve definitely heard his messages on the radio station. He’s very passionate.”

TRENT HALL: “He’s definitely going to be disappointed.”

DEPUTY SMITH: “You have stuff going on? History? Things he knows about?”

TRENT HALL: “No, he doesn’t know about this. I was up in Annapolis last night; I just got around with the wrong people, the wrong place, the wrong time.”

DEPUTY SMITH: “Do you have anything I should know about; you don’t have Fentanyl or anything; you don’t have powder.”

TRENT HALL: “It appears to be a small bag in the center console, he (deputy) asks me to hand it to him and I looked down, and it appears to be coke.”

DEPUTY SMITH: “You don’t have any more of that stuff in your pocket, if it’s Fentanyl or something, it’s really easy to overdose with.”

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TRENT ALLEN HALL IS READ HIS MIRANDA WARNING AND CONSENTS TO ANSWER QUESTIONS WITHOUT A LAWYER…

After reading Trent Hall his Miranda rights, Deputy Shoemaker asked him if he wished to answer questions, to which Hall replied that he would.

DEPUTY SHOEMAKER: “What was the white powder?”       

TRENT HALL: “Cocaine.”
“I did buy it. It was not in Calvert County; it was In St. Mary’s County.”

Deputy Smith agreed to move Trent Hall’s pickup truck to the nearby Park and Ride to avoid an expensive towing fee for Hall, as takes place in most traffic stops that results in arrests.

DEPUTY SMITH: “You don’t have like any blades or sharp things on the seat?”

TRENT HALL: “No.”

DUM DE DUM DUM…TRENT HALL ONCE MORE TELLS DEPUTY SHOEMAKER HE IS THE SON OF ST. MARY’S SHERIFF STEVE HALL, AND THIS TIME IT SINKS IN AND DEPUTY SHOEMAKER USED HIS CELL PHONE TO CALL HIS SUPERVISOR TO REPORT THE CONNECTION TO A HIGH-RANKING LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL

In the bodycam footage of the ride from Cove Point to Prince Frederick, Hall once again tells the deputy that his father is Sheriff Steve Hall of St. Mary’s County. Deputy Shoemaker then makes a call on his cell phone to the Sheriff’s Office to let a supervisor know that Sheriff Hall’s son is his prisoner on a drug arrest, notes that it’s just a small amount of cocaine and some straws and residue, and that this is the first time his prisoner revealed his father is St. Mary’s Sheriff Hall. This directly conflicts with the bodycam footage at the beginning of the traffic stop, where Hall clearly announces his police/family with Sheriff Hall. The Deputy was in the process of spotting suspected cocaine at the time Trent Allen Hall dropped the name of his daddy in hopes of getting some “professional courtesy.”

CALVERT DEPUTY SHOEMAKER, AS HE TRANSPORTS TRENT ALLEN HALL FROM THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE TO THE CALVERT COUNTY JAIL, SHOWS FRIENDLY BENEVOLENCE TO HIS POLICE-PRIVILEGED PRISONER

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TRENT ALLEN HALL: (Inaudible remark to Deputy Shoemaker)

DEPUTY SHOEMAKER: “If I was a betting man, I would assume so; it’s one of them things, man, you didn’t even name-drop him, so…”

TRENT ALLEN HALL: “That’s how the grapevine works.”

Hall asked Deputy Shoemaker about the repercussions of his drug arrest.

DEPUTY SHOEMAKER: Sir, you are being charged with CDS (Controlled Dangerous Substance), not marijuana and CDS paraphernalia; like I said, Dude, it’s not the end of the world. As long as you do the right things, go to rehab, do all the right, just like getting a DUI, you know what I mean? Kind of thing. You just, you just gotta jump through the hoops for the courts and do the right things and stay on the right track and everything will be alright. And hopefully, you don’t go down the wrong track. I mean, Seem like a good dude. I mean, you’ve been nothing but respectful, and I mean, hopefully, I’ve been the same to you.

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