During the week of September 28 – October 4 deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,310 calls for service throughout the community.
Theft of Campaign Signs
September 28th – October 4th the Calvert County Sheriffs’ office responded to 10 calls for theft of campaign signs throughout the county.
On September 29, 2020, Deputy P. Wood responded to Knight Ave. in Dunkirk, MD for a reported stolen bicycle that occurred sometime between September 25th and September 27th. The victim stated she placed the bicycle inside her vehicle on Friday, September 25th and noticed the bike was missing on Sunday, September 27th. The bicycle is described as a 26-inch women’s Magna mountain bike, white, black, and turquoise in color. The value of stolen property is $200.
On September 30, 2020, Deputy R. Gough responded to Stamper Ct. in Prince Frederick, MD for a theft complaint. The victim stated his vehicle registration sticker was stolen from his vehicles license plate sometime between September 29th at 6:30 p.m. and September 30th at 11:30 a.m. The value of stolen property is $67.
Damage Property 20-51608
On October 2, 2020, Deputy R. Evans responded to the area of White Sands Dr. in Lusby, MD for a property damage report. The victim advised sometime between October 1st at 7:00 p.m. and October 2nd at 7 a.m. unknown suspect(s) damaged 3 Trump campaign signs by spray painting “BLM”. These signs were located in the area of White Sands Dr. and Nursery Rd. in Lusby, MD. The value of damaged property is $600.
Jason L. Lee (22)
On September 29, 2020, Calvert Emergency Communications broadcasted a lookout for a silver Ford Fusion with stolen registration plates in the area of Southern Maryland Blvd. / E. Chesapeake Beach Rd. in Dunkirk, MD.
Deputy Savick observed the Ford Fusion at Southern Maryland Blvd. and Camaleer Pass and initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle began to switch lanes and slam on the brakes before making a U-turn to head back north on Southern Maryland Blvd. The vehicle continued to drive at a high rate of speed causing multiple crashes. The vehicle then travelled in the grass median, lost control, ultimately ended up travelling across a field, and ended up in a creek bed. Deputy Savick noticed a male exit the vehicle dressed in all black and fled on foot. Deputy Savick began a foot pursuit. The male subject was apprehended by Deputy W. McDowell and identified at Jason L. Lee (22).
Deputy Savick placed Mr. Lee under arrest and transported him to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with Theft $100 but less than $1,500, Malicious Destruction of Property $1,000 plus value, Trespassing, and issued multiple traffic citations.
Gregory D. Farren (64)
On October 1, 2020, Deputy Freeland responded to River View Rd. in Broomes Island, MD for a welfare check on a male subject. Deputy Freeland made contact with the subject, Gregory D. Farren (64), walking across the lawn.
Deputy Freeland detected the strong odor of alcohol emanating from Mr. Farren’s breath, and observed him to have significantly slurred speech and lack of balance. Deputy Freeland made multiple requests for Mr. Farren to go back inside which Mr. Farren ignored and continued to act in a disruptive manner.
After multiple requests, Deputy Freeland placed Mr. Farren under arrest and transported him to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with Disorderly Conduct.
Kenneth L. Elliott (51)
Joseph F. Partonen (57)
John B. Noone (58)
On October 1, 2020, Deputy B. Sampson was conducting a patrol check on Radio Rd. in Prince Frederick, MD when he located Kenneth L. Elliott (51), Joseph F. Partonen (57), and John B. Noone (58) trespassing on the property after being told the night before to vacate the premise.
Mr. Elliott, Mr. Partonen and Mr. Noone were all detained and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where they were charged accordingly.
Noone was charged with Trespassing, Disorderly, and Threat of Arson; Elliott was charged with Trespassing and Damage Property; Partonen was charged with Trespassing.
Patrick J. Shevlin (24)
On October 2, 2020, units were dispatched to Lazy River Rd. in Lusby, MD for a check welfare call. Calvert Emergency Communications relayed to responding officers that OnStar received a call from a male stating he needed help, the OnStar representative indicated the male then hung up.
Officers arrived on the scene and located a vehicle with a male sitting in the driver’s seat. While officers were speaking with the male, they noticed a strong odor of alcohol emitting from him. The male identified as Patrick J. Shevlin (24) was unable to find his identification in his vehicle; Mr. Shevlin proceeded into the residence where officers were invited in.
While in the residence, Deputy W. Freeland observed a Tupperware container with a green leafy substance that appeared to be marijuana. Mr. Shevlin demanded that Deputy Freeland put his weed down; Mr. Shevlin struck Deputy Freeland several times in his hands while attempting to take the container. Deputy Freeland swatted Mr. Shevlin’s hand away then Mr. Shevlin pushed Deputy Freeland in his chest.
After observing the assault on Deputy Freeland, Deputy S. Naughton placed Mr. Shevlin on the ground and advised him he was under arrest. Mr. Shevlin would not follow the commands to put his hands behind his back. The deputies were able to get Mr. Shevlin in custody and transport him to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with CDS Possession – Marijuana +10 grams, Resisting Arrest, and Assault on Peace Officer.
Anthony D. Cauley-Jenkins (30)
On October 2, 2020, Calvert Emergency Communications broadcasted a lookout for vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed in the area of Southern Maryland Blvd. / Lyons Creek Rd. in Dunkirk, MD.
Deputy Savick observed the vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed on Southern Maryland Blvd. / Ward Rd. Deputy Savick conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and made contact with the driver Anthony D. Cauley-Jenkins (30); at which time Deputy Savick could smell the strong odor of marijuana. Deputy Savick noticed a marijuana cigarette (blunt) in the cup holder. Mr. Cauley-Jenkins exited the vehicle and Deputy Savick conducted a search of the vehicle. During the search, Deputy Savick located a black backpack containing marijuana.
Mr. Cauley-Jenkins was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with CDS Possession- Marijuana; CDS Possession with intent to distribute – marijuana.
James Allan Winters (40)
On October 3, 2020, Calvert Emergency Communications broadcasted a lookout for a white van that was driving erratically on Southern Maryland Blvd. in the area of Lower Marlboro Rd. in Huntingtown, MD.
Deputy W. McDowell located the van and conducted a traffic stop on Southern Maryland Blvd. at Bright Ln. in Owings, MD. Upon making contact with the occupants, Deputy McDowell observed the driver, James Allan Winters (40), to have slurred speech, lethargic movements, and white residue on his nostrils. Winters and the passenger exited the vehicle and a search was conducted which resulted in a prescription bottle containing three suspected Alprazolam pills, and two suspected Clonazepam pills. Also located inside the vehicle was a white cut straw containing a white residue, and a green cut straw.
Winters was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with CDS: Possession-Not Marijuana, CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia, and multiple traffic citations.
David L. Gray III (27)
On October 3, 2020, Cpl. M. Robshaw was running radar in the area of Southern Maryland Blvd. /Chaney Rd. Dunkirk, MD when a vehicle approached him at a high rate of speed. Cpl. M. Robshaw initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle at Southern Maryland Blvd. / Ashwood Dr. in Dunkirk. Cpl. Robshaw identified the driver as David L. Gray III (27).
Calvert Emergency Communications advised Mr. Gray had a possible warrant through Charles County. Calvert Emergency Communications confirmed the warrant status as being active through the Charles County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy W. McDowell arrived on the scene and assisted with the traffic stop.
While Cpl. Robshaw was speaking with Mr. Gray, Deputy W. McDowell observed a large dark colored zip lock bag on the backseat of the vehicle. Mr. Gray advised he had marijuana and shrooms (Psilocybin) in the vehicle. A search of the vehicle revealed a mason jar with suspected marijuana and a zip lock bag with shrooms.
Mr. Gray was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with CDS Possession – marijuana and CDS possession – Psilocybin Mushrooms.