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Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Weekly Crime Blotter


PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – During the week of May 27, 2024 – June 2, 2024, Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to 1,948 calls for service throughout the community including, but not limited to:

  • Check Welfare / Mental Health: 62
  • Disorderly: 20
  • Domestics: 21
  • Motor Vehicle Crashes: 40
  • Patrol Checks / School Checks: 904
  • Suspicious Persons / Vehicles: 34
  • Traffic Complaints: 58
  • 911 Hang-Ups: 74
  • ARRESTS: 42
Leroy Robert White
Sidney Antwan Strain-Carter
Sidney Antwan Strain-Carter

CDS Violation- 24-42444
On May 29, 2024, Deputy DeSantis initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for a traffic violation along S. Solomons Island Road in the area of Flag Ponds Parkway in Lusby. Contact was made with the driver, Leroy Robert White, 67 of Lexington Park, and a passenger who initially refused to identify himself. Deputy Parrott and DFC Hendrickson arrived on scene to assist with the traffic stop. Further investigation revealed K9 Atlas conducted a K9 sniff of the vehicle resulting in a positive alert. A probable cause search of the vehicle revealed, multiple bags containing suspected Cannabis totaling 212 grams, empty tear-off plastic bags bearing graphic logos, and four cell phones. A search of the passenger later identified as Sidney Antwan Strain-Carter, 35 of Lexington Park, revealed a SAR 9mm handgun containing a full magazine with 18 9mm rounds in addition to $8,403.00 in US Currency. Strain-Carter was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with Use of a Firearm in a Drug Trafficking Crime, Use of a Firearm During a Felony/Violent Crime, Loaded Handgun on Person, and Manufacturing CDS-Cannabis. White was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with Manufacturing CDS-Cannabis.

Donald David Chew, Jr.

CDS Violation: 24-43307
On June 2, 2024, Deputy Madura responded to the Fastop located at 8054 Bayside Road in Chesapeake Beach, for a possible assault. Contact was made with the complainant who advised Donald David Chew, Jr., 51 of Pasadena, was being aggressive and threatened to assault the victim. Chew failed to obey deputies commands and was placed into custody. A search of Chew at the Detention Center revealed a controlled dangerous substance on his person. Chew was charged with Disorderly Conduct, Intoxicated Public Disturbance, and CDS: Possession-Not Cannabis.

Lealyson Page Wright

CDS Violation: 24-43510
On June 2, 2024, DFC Crum initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle exceeding the legal speed limit in the area of NB Rt. 4 and Ward Road in Dunkirk. The vehicle failed to stop and continued traveling northbound on Rt. 4. DFC Crum activated his emergency air horn on two occasions to get the driver to pull over. Upon making contact with the occupants of the vehicle, DFC Crum observed a pill bottle in plain view. Further investigation revealed the pill bottle contained suspected cocaine. A vehicle search revealed multiple purple plastic tubes containing suspected cocaine. The passenger, Lealyson Page Wright, 32 of Upper Marlboro, was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and was charged with CDS Possession: Not Marijuana and CDS Possession: Paraphernalia.

Damaged Property: 24-41723
On May 27, 2024, Deputy Chase responded to Emmanuel Church Road and Barakat Court in Huntingtown, for the report of property destruction. The complainant advised that the Cheltenham Knolls brick sign and stop sign at the beginning of the neighborhood were both defaced with profane language in black and red spray paint. The speed limit sign was also defaced. The estimated total of property destruction is unknown at this time.

Damaged Property: 24-41705
On May 27, 2024, Deputy Chase responded to the 1600 block of Heather Lane in Huntingtown, for the report of property destruction. The complainant advised that the neighborhood sign and stop sign at the neighborhood entrance had been defaced with spray paint. The estimated value of damaged property is $200.00.

Damaged Property: 24-42004
On May 28, 2024, Master Deputy Wilder responded to the Chesapeake Bio Lab located at 146 Williams Street in Solomons, for the report of property destruction. The complainant advised the key card scanner to access the research pier was damaged. The scanner was observed lying on the river bottom about 10 ft from the dock. The estimated value of property destruction is $8,000.00.

Damaged Property: 24-43266
On June 1, 2024, DFC Aley responded to the 200 block of Jendan Way in Prince Frederick, for the report of property destruction. The complainant advised an unknown substance was poured on the victim’s vehicle between 6 p.m. and 9:30 pm, while it was parked outside the residence. The estimated value of damaged property is unknown at this time.

Property Destruction: 24-43157
On June 1, 2024, Deputy H. Jones responded to Driftwood Beach located at 995 Beach Drive in Lusby, for the reported malicious destruction of property. The complainant advised the men’s restroom had been vandalized. Deputy Jones observed multiple rolls of toilet paper hanging from the roof, in the toilet, in the sink, and on the ground. The estimated value of damaged property was $125.00.

Anthony Joshua Pace

Malicious Destruction of Property: 24-41944
On May 28, 2024, Deputy Brown responded to the area of Moravia Road and Catalina Drive in Lusby, for an unknown male staggering in the street throwing metal objects at passersbys. Upon arrival, Anthony Joshua Pace, 26 of Lusby, was observed lying in the middle of the street covered in dirt, shirtless with no shoes next to broken American Flags attached to wooden dowels. Investigation revealed Pace had damaged multiple properties in the area including breaking out multiple vehicle windshields, ripping satellite dishes down, breaking sliding glass doors, and forcing entry to at least two residences. Pace was arrested and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with Malicious Destruction of Property Valued less than $1,000.00.

Motor Vehicle Theft: 24-41741
On May 27, 2024, Deputy Morrison responded to the 5400 block of Hallowing Point Road in Prince Frederick, for the reported vehicle theft. The complainant advised a custom-built green 1978 Kawasaki KZ1000 motorcycle had been stolen from the victim’s property. The estimated value of stolen property is $8,500.00.

Recovered Stolen Vehicle: 24-41607
On May 27, 2024, at 1:02 a.m., Calvert County Patrol Bureau deputies were alerted to a tag reader referencing a stolen vehicle traveling eastbound on Route 260 from Rt. 4 in Dunkirk. The vehicle, a blue Audi A7 was confirmed to be stolen and was located by DFC Idol travelling over 100 mph. A traffic stop was attempted, however, the driver failed to stop and a pursuit was initiated. The suspect continued to flee at speeds over 100 mph and subsequently crashed just north of the Calvert County line in Anne Arundel County in the median of Rt. 4 and Lower Pindell Road in Lothian. The suspect struck a guardrail, left the roadway, and came to a rest in a wooded area where the suspect then fled on foot. Deputies conducted an extensive search with K9 units and drones for over 2 hours with negative results. Police recovered a Glock 19 handgun as well as drugs from the stolen vehicle. The firearm with an extended magazine was loaded and confirmed stolen through Virginia. There was no description of the driver. Police continue to investigate.

Theft: 24-41780
On May 27, 2024, Deputy Jones responded to the 700 block of Lazy River Road in Lusby, for a report of a theft. The complainant advised a vehicle in the driveway had been broken sometime between 5:30 p.m. on May 26 and 5:50 p.m. on May 27. Coins had been stolen from the vehicle and bottle rockets were left in the center console. The estimated value of stolen property is $25.00.

Theft: 24-42047
On May 28, 2024, Deputy Chase responded to the 4200 block of Hunting Creek Road in Huntingtown, for the report of a theft. The complainant advised that a company-issued truck, left unlocked with the keys inside parked in the 700 block of Monarch Lane in Huntingtown, had items stolen from the vehicle. The items stolen were vehicle keys, a registration card, and an insurance card. The estimated value of stolen property is $231.00.

Theft: 24-42298
On May 29, 2024, DFC R. Jones responded to the Solomons Nursing Center, located at 13325 Dowell Road in Solomons, for the report of a theft. The complainant advised she had five $20 bills stolen from her wallet. The estimated value of stolen property is $100.00.

Theft: 24-42047
On May 28, 2024, Deputy Chase responded to the 4200 block of Hunting Creek Road in Huntingtown, for a report of a theft. The complainant advised that a company-issued truck was broken into while parked in the driveway of a residence located near the 700 block of Monarch Lane in Huntigntown. The stolen items include the vehicle’s keys, registration card, and insurance card. The estimated value of stolen property is $231.00.

Theft:24-42572
On May 30, 2024, Deputy Daily responded to the playground area of the Victoria Station neighborhood located on Cannery Road and Lakeshore Drive in Owings, for the report of a theft. The complainant advised sometime between May 25 and May 27, an unknown suspect cut two eyebolts holding an 18-foot chain and padlock, then stole the chain. The estimated value of stolen property is $150.00.

Theft: 24-43137
On June 1, 2024, Master Deputy Wilder responded to the 5200 block of Apple Way in St. Leonard, for the report of a theft. The complainant advised sometime between 8:30 p.m. on May 24 and 10 a.m. on May 25, a wallet was stolen from a vehicle parked in a locked detached garage on the property. Multiple credit cards were inside the wallet. The victim noticed suspicious spending on his accounts and $400 withdrawn from a bank account. The estimated value of stolen property is unknown at this time.

Arimel Dominic Newman

Traffic Arrest: 24-42553
On May 30, 2024, Deputy Newton observed a yellow sports bike with no tags in the area of Rt. 260 and Brickhouse Road in Dunkirk. Deputy Newton attempted a traffic stop with lights and sirens activated, however, the driver accelerated and fled into Anne Arundel County. Approximately five minutes later, the yellow sports bike was observed coming back into the county. A traffic stop was initiated on Grovers Turn Lane. Deputies were able to stop the bike without incident and placed the driver, Arimel Dominic Newman, 56 of Owings, into custody. Newman was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with Attempting to Elude Uniformed Police by Failing to Stop Vehicle, Driving an Unregistered Vehicle on a Highway, and other traffic violations.

Timothy Michael Dent

Traffic Arrest: 24-43077
On June 1, 2024, Deputy Wilder responded to the 11700 block of Mill Bridge Road in Lusby, for the report of a pedestrian struck. Investigation revealed a female victim was struck by a vehicle and the driver fled the scene. The victim was able to obtain a vehicle and suspect description as well as a tag number. The suspect vehicle and driver were later located by Deputy Brown at an address in Lusby. The driver, Timothy Michael Dent, 60 of Lusby, was placed into custody and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with Failure to Immediately Return and Remain at the Scene of an Accident Involving Bodily Injury.

For the week of May 27, – June 2, 2024, the school arrest data is as follows:

  • Criminal Arrests: 0
  • Criminal CDS Arrests: 0
  • Civil Citations 1

DUI Arrests for the week of May 27 – June 2

  • On May 27, Aaron I. Johns, 28 of La Plata, by Deputy Chase
  • On May 31, Travis D. Roach, 47 of Huntingtown, by Deputy Madura
  • On May 31, Jacob A. Ruby, 28 of North Beach, by Deputy McCourt
  • On June 1, Lonitra S. Ratiff, 40 of Washington D.C., by Deputy Madura
  • On June 1, Robert NMN McCormack, 60 of Friendship, by Deputy H. Jones
  • On June 2, Jack W. Shuck, 36 of Lusby, by DFC Shoemaker

Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to call the Sheriff’s Office at (410) 535-2800 and reference the case number provided. Citizens may remain anonymous thru the ‘Submit a Tip’ feature on the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office mobile app. To download, visit https://apps.myocv.com/share/a39520678 . Tipsters may also email ccsotips@calvertcountymd.gov



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