Jermaine Parvell Mason

Jermaine Parvell Mason

UPDATE – On July 6, 2022, Jermaine Parvell Mason, of Prince Frederick, was sentenced to 1 year, suspended down to 90 days incarceration, followed by 3 years of unsupervised probation for the offense of driving while impaired. 

In imposing the sentence, Judge Robert N. Wilcox, of the District Court of Maryland, noted that it was Mr. Mason’s third alcohol-related incident and that it involved an accident.  At the time of the incident, Mr. Mason was an off-duty Calvert County Sheriff’s deputy.  He has since resigned his position. 

UPDATE –6/21/22  Calvert County State’s Attorney Robert Harvey announces that on June 21, 2022, Jermaine Parvell Mason, 40, of Prince Frederick, entered a guilty plea for the charge of driving while impaired by alcohol as a subsequent offender.  The plea was entered before visiting Judge Robert C. Wilcox of the District Court of Maryland.  Judge Wilcox scheduled sentencing on July 6, 2022.  Mason is facing a maximum sentence of 1 year imprisonment and/or a $500 fine. 

The incident in question occurred on January 7, 2022.  Mason, an off-duty Calvert County Sheriff’s Deputy, was allegedly driving his marked patrol vehicle when he crossed the center line on Dares Beach Road and collided with an oncoming vehicle.  The driver of the second vehicle was seriously injured.  Shortly after the incident, Mr. Mason resigned from the Sheriff’s Office. 

The case is being handled by Senior Assistant State’s Attorney Christopher J. Monte. 

UPDATE – 2/25/2022 – The Calvert County State’s Attorney’s Office has filed charges against Jermaine Parvell Mason, 39, in connection with a motor vehicle collision that occurred on January 7, 2022.

Mason, an off-duty Calvert County Sheriff’s Deputy, was allegedly driving his marked patrol vehicle when he crossed over the center line on Dares Beach Road in Prince Frederick and collided head-on with an on-coming vehicle.  The driver of the second vehicle was seriously injured.

The charges include driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol, reckless driving, and several other motor vehicle violations.  The charges follow a month-long investigation into the matter by the Calvert County State’s Attorney’s Office.

State’s Attorney Robert Harvey indicated that his office will have no further comment until the evidence is formally presented in court.  A trial date has not yet been scheduled by the District Court of Maryland for Calvert County.  The prosecution is being handled by Assistant State’s Attorney Christopher Monte.

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a motor vehicle crash that occurred shortly after 1:30 a.m. on January 7, 2022 in the 1300 block of Dares Beach Road in Prince Frederick, MD involving an off-duty Calvert County Sheriff’s Deputy.

Preliminary investigation revealed an off-duty Calvert County Sheriff’s Deputy was traveling on Dares Beach Road in his marked patrol cruiser and struck another vehicle.

Both the deputy and the driver of the other vehicle were flown to Washington Regional Capital Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.

At this time, investigators are looking into whether or not alcohol may have been a contributing factor on the deputy’s behalf.

The deputy has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.

Anyone with information in regards to this crash, is asked to please contact Sgt. E. Carter at elvis.carter@calvertcountymd.gov.

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  1. Its interesting Calvert had two officers over the last few years get into an accident under the influence. Unfortunate situations especially with one person losing their life. Also, it’s interesting you put Jermaine Mason’s picture on the front page but didn’t put up a picture of the officer who killed someone. Only thing listed was his name, Joseph Francis Migliaccio, his charges and the picture of the young lady who lost her life. Hmmmm, what’s the difference, why no picture of the other officer. I can only imagine reason and I’m quite sure you are aware of how it looks. If its the sheriff office who didn’t release the picture to you then a follow up should be done to get a picture published.

    1. Valid point the other officers mug shot/photo wasn’t posted and killed someone…interesting

      1. Real racist choose to have willful ignorance for the obvious. If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck it’s a duck.

      1. Of course racist people will want everyone else to be ignorant to what’s fact. It’s literally right here in black and white…

        A Calvert County jury found a former sheriff’s deputy not guilty of six criminal charges in connection with the death of a 34-year-old Prince Frederick woman in October 2019.

        In February 2020 Migliaccio was indicted by a grand jury. He was charged with negligent manslaughter with an automobile, manslaughter by a vehicle, homicide with a motor vehicle while impaired by alcohol and other charges. Migliaccio resigned from the sheriff’s office after he was indicted.

  2. I’m beyond sick of the racism in Calvert . Mike Evans is the ring leader he needs to get out and get out now. They never plaster the white officers in their wrong doings so why should the black officer have to go through this. Mike Evans is down right shameful and should’ve never been sheriff to being with

  3. This county is so racist and it shows . Mike Evans your time is up it should’ve been up . You protected all of the white officers but not the blacks

      1. Indeed. All they do is complain but don’t have any information to substantiate their wild conspiracy theories.

        Sheriff Evans is white, so therefore, he MUST be a racist.

        Why? Because the media told me to hate white cops. I’m just doing what I’m being told.

        Pretty pathetic these mindless democrat drones, wouldn’t you say??

  4. They didn’t post the police that killed a girl and the other that nothing happen too. Also Lanier co at CCDC. They still have the job too. 👀

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