Prince Frederick, MD – On Oct. 31 at approximately 8:28 p.m. units from the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the area of Route 4 and the Prince Frederick Rescue Squad, Prince Frederick for a report of an accident with injuries.  Prior to the arrival of the deputies, one of the drivers advised the Calvert Control Center that one of the parties might be on a controlled dangerous substance and was attempting to fight with bystanders. 

Once deputies arrived on the scene they observed a male, later identified as the at-fault driver, Steven Curtis Marlowe, 31, rolling around on the ground yelling uncontrollably.  Marlowe had to be detained during the investigation of the accident. 

It was learned during the investigation that a white Nissan driven by Marlow was traveling North in the southbound lanes when a head-on collision occurred with a dark Nissan truck driven by Hector Aleman, 55 of Port Republic.  It was also learned that just prior to this accident Mr. Marlowe forced another vehicle driven by Bradley Krolczyk, 45 of Prince Frederick, off of the roadway.   

Mr. Aleman and a Passenger identified as Maria Elena Arias, 69 of Port Republic, were both transported to CalvertHealth Medical Center via ambulance for treatment for minor injuries.  A passenger in the vehicle with Mr. Marlow, Christopher DeSousa, 24 of Chesapeake Beach, was arrested for possession of PCP and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center.  A second passenger in the vehicle, Anthony Wimer, 27 of North Beach, has charges pending for possession of PCP in this case. Marlow was also charged with the possession of PCP and DUI charges are pending blood results. Marlowe was transported to Prince Georges Hospital Center via Trooper 7 with unknown injuries.

This crash is still under investigation.  Anyone with any information is asked to contact Deputy Sampson at 410-535-2800 or



Prince Frederick, MD – A motor vehicle collision that occurred Halloween night in Prince Frederick is under investigation. The crash on southbound Route 2/4 in front of the Prince Frederick Rescue Squad building, was initially reported around 8:37 p.m. Injuries were reported and one motorist was flown to a regional trauma center. The road where the crash occurred was closed for approximately one hour. A police report is pending.

UPDATE 9:37 p.m.

Prince Frederick, MD – The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office advises that southbound Route 2/4 at Company 4 is now open and the crash scene has been cleared.

Prince Frederick, MD – At 8:37 p.m. authorities in Calvert County reported a motor vehicle crash on southbound Route 2/4 in front of the Prince Frederick Rescue Squad. Crews at the scene are reporting at least two injuries. A landing zone is being established in order to fly one of the injured motorists to a trauma center. Southbound Route 2/4 in the area of the rescue squad is closed down, the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office reported.