The following reports were compiled from the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office and Maryland State Police Prince Frederick barrack.
Man arrested when firearm discharges
Dfc. Kamrhen Parks responded Dec. 28 to Bradford Lane in Prince Frederick for a report of a domestic dispute. Jose Arias Jr., 52, of Prince Frederick said he had a firearm and it accidentally went off during the altercation. The firearm was located on a golf cart seat in the garage, and Arias was arrested, transported to the detention center and charged with reckless endangerment.
Alleged drug arrests made
Tfc. Costello stopped a vehicle on Armory Road near Fairground Road in Prince Frederick for traffic violations Dec. 31. The distinct odor of marijuana was emitting from the vehicle and a probably cause search allegedly resulted in the discovery of Oxycodone, for which the driver, Shoshoni L. Brooks, 26, of Prince Frederick, did not have a prescription. Brooks was arrested for possession and incarcerated at the detention center.
On Jan. 5, Tfc. Davis stopped a vehicle for traffic violations on Town Square Drive in Lusby, where several criminal indicators were reportedly observed and a police dog scan allegedly turned up heroin and drug paraphernalia. Darryl W. Icenhower, 26, of Lusby was arrested and incarcerated at the detention center.
Two burglaries end in arrests
Deputy William Freehand responded Dec. 24 to Circle Court in St. Leonard for the report of a burglary in progress. The complainant said his house alarm was set off and he observed a man staring through his window, banging on it and saying “let me in.” The man reportedly broke the back door handle trying to get inside. Freehand checked neighboring houses and made contact with Akili Isilwi Makins, 21, of Upper Marlboro, who matched the description of the suspect. Makins wore muddy boots that reportedly matched a footprint left on the deck where the door handle was broken off. He was arrested, transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with third-degree burglary and malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.
On Dec. 28, Dfc. Yuri Bortchevsky responded to 30th Street in Chesapeake Beach for a domestic disturbance. The complainant alleged John Joseph Requilman, 43, of Chesapeake Beach was banging on her front door in an apparent attempt to break into the house, causing about $500 in damage. Requilman was located at a nearby address, where he was reportedly asleep and highly intoxicated. He was arrested and taken to the detention center, where he was charged with third-degree burglary, malicious destruction of property less than $1,000 and disorderly conduct.
Vehicle, trailer reported stolen in separate cases
On Dec. 27, Deputy Andrew Ridgely responded to CalvertHealth Medical Center for the report of a stolen vehicle. The victim said sometime between 3:30 p.m. Dec. 26 and noon Dec. 27, someone stole her blue Chevy Equinox from the Solomons Urgent Care parking lot.
Deputy Joseph Ward responded Dec. 28 to Calvert Auto Repair and Parts in Huntingtown, where the complainant said his 2014 gray and orange U-Haul trailer was rented from his company and had not been returned on time. The cost of the stolen trailer is about $5,000.
Deputies investigate property damage
Dfc. Robert Shrawder responded Dec. 27 to Chapel Hills Drive in Prince Frederick, where the complainant said sometime between 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., someone damaged the dead bolt to her house, causing $50 in damage.
Dfc. Curtis Callison responded Dec. 28 to Bear Claw Court in Owings, where the complainant said someone shattered the rear window of his vehicle and damaged the front windshield, causing $500 in total damage.
On Dec. 29, Deputy Andrew Crum responded to Fielder Court in Dunkirk, where the complainant said sometime between 8 and 11 p.m., someone cut the exhaust pipe on his vehicle. Damage is estimated at $1,000.