The following reports were compiled from the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office, the Maryland State Police Prince Frederick barrack and court records.

Winning lottery ticket reported stolen

On June 8, Deputy Nicholas Barger responded to Broomes Island Road in Port Republic for the report of a theft. The complainant advised sometime between June 4 and 7, someone stole a winning lottery ticket worth $2,500 from his wallet.

Religious statue, bicycle stolen

On June 3, Deputy William Freeland responded to Sitting Bull Trail in Lusby for the report of a theft. The complainant advised sometime between June 1and 3 someone stole a lawn statue of Saint Francis of Assisi from his yard. He also advised a bicycle was stolen from his yard several weeks ago. The lawn statue is worth approximately $35, and the bike is worth approximately $20.

Drug and alcohol arrests reported

On June 3, Calvert County Emergency Communications received a complaint for a vehicle driven by a male that struck a guard rail in the median and continued driving south on Route 4. Deputy Robert Shrawder observed the vehicle at Pardoe Road in Lusby, where he conducted a traffic stop. The driver, Michael Glenn Whittington Jr., 27, of Mechanicsville, denied consuming any alcoholic beverages that day but admitted to taking Adderall. A search of the vehicle revealed a capsule with suspected heroin and a rolled-up $20 bill with a white, powdery substance inside. Whittington was arrested and transported to the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office. Whittington advised he needed to use the bathroom, and when finished Deputy Samuel Grierson located two capsules in the toilet similar to the one previously located in his vehicle. Whittington was taken to the Calvert County Detention Center, where he was charged with controlled dangerous substance possession not marijuana, CDS paraphernalia, and obstructing and hindering. He was released on his own recognizance and is facing a Sept. 27 hearing in district court.

On June 5, Deputy Bruce Sampson conducted a traffic stop in the area of Cox Road and Marley Run Road in Huntingtown. While making contact with the driver, David Musa, 19, of Bowie, Sampson detected a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. A search of the vehicle revealed two fixed-blade knives, a folding knife, a collapsible metal baton, a large amount of money in different currencies, marijuana cigarettes, and a sealed plastic baggie of marijuana. Musa was arrested and transported to CCDC where he was charged with concealing a dangerous weapon and CDS possession of marijuana 10 grams. Musa was released on $1,500 bond and has a district court hearing scheduled for Aug. 8.

On June 6, Deputy Christopher Fox responded to Mexico Restaurant in North Beach for the report of a disorderly person who allegedly had just sped off in a dark-colored SUV. Deputy David Jacobs stopped the vehicle on Palmetto Avenue in the area of Bay Front Avenue. The driver, Emanuel Jordan Nichols-Fulwood, 19, of Upper Marlboro, was removed from the vehicle and detained. Nichols-Fulwood advised he was drinking at the restaurant when a bartender cut him off, which upset him and caused him to become disorderly. Nichols-Fulwood was transported to the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office where he submitted to a breath test, and then to CCDC, where he was charged with disorderly conduct as well as multiple traffic citations for drinking and underage driving. Nichols-Fullwood was released on his own recognizance and has a district court hearing scheduled for July 22.

On June 8, Deputy Anthony Aranda conducted a traffic stop on Route 2/4 in the area of Radcliffe Drive in Huntingtown. A search of the vehicle revealed a wad of copper, a hypodermic needle, a crack pipe and a capsule with white residue. A search of the passenger, Caleb James Patten 18, of Lusby, revealed an empty crushed capsule with white residue. A search of the driver, Shelby Lynn Carroll 25, of Leonardtown, and her purse revealed CDS and CDS paraphernalia to include hypodermic needles, a metal spoon with residue, a crack pipe, and a cut straw, according to police reports. Both Patten and Carroll were placed under arrest and transported to CCDC. Patten was charged with CDS possession, not marijuana and CDS possession of paraphernalia. Carroll was charged with CDS possession not marijuana, CDS possession of paraphernalia and CDS possession of administer equipment. Patten was released on his own recognizance. Carroll was released on $2,500 bond. Both Patten and Carroll have district court hearings scheduled for Aug. 7.

Property damages reported

On June 3, Deputy Jermaine Mason reponded to Main Street in Prince Frederick for the report of damaged property. The complainant advised sometime between June 1 at 5 p.m. and June 2 at 9 a.m., someone damaged his mailbox. The value of the property is $20.

On June 3, Deputy Robert Shrawder responded to Soundings Drive in Lusby for the report of damaged property. The complainant advised she returned home to find her sliding glass door shattered. Her neighbor told her she saw two dirt bike riders in the driveway of the residence spinning tires, causing the gravel to shoot at the house. The value of the damaged property is $1,000.

On June 3, Cpl. Jed Harms responded to Mills Pond Road in Port Republic for the report of a burglary. The complainant advised sometime between May 31 at 6 p.m. and June 3 at 4 p.m., someone removed a screen from a window on his residence. The value of the damaged property is $30.

On June 7, Deputy Samuel Grierson responded to the Linda L. Kelley Animal Shelter for the report of the damaged property. The complainant advised on June 5 someone damaged the enclosure to the dumpster. The estimated value of the damaged property is $1,000.

On June 8, Deputy Robert Shrawder responded to Charles Street in Solomons for the report of damaged property. The complainant advised sometime between June 7 at 10 p.m. and June 8 at 7 a.m. someone shattered the rear window of her vehicle. The value of the damaged property is $500.

Deputy Brian Pounsberry responded to Chesapeake Village Boulevard in Chesapeake Beach for the report of damaged property. The complainant advised sometime between 10 and 11:50 a.m. someone struck his mailbox and fled, leaving a side mirror behind. The value of the damaged property is $700.

On June 9, Deputy Elizabeth Payne responded to Lower Marlboro Lane in Owings for the report of damaged property. The complainant advised sometime between June 7 at noon and June 8 at 3 p.m. someone damaged the plastic piling caps on her pier.

MARTY MADDEN