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Friday May 11, 2007
This Week's Police Reports
Calvert County Sheriff's Office & MD State Police

Calvert County Sheriff's Office Police Report
 
CDS Violation
 
DFC Richard Wilson responded to the end of Bay Parkway in the Neeld Estates subdivision in Huntingtown on May 1 at 10:20 p.m. to investigate a call of trespassers in a house under construction. Sgt. Brian McCourt also responded to the scene and located a ford Mustang parked in the driveway and two males in the area. Wilson approached the vehicle and observed suspected marijuana on the console. One of the males, identified as Richard C. Agerbeek, 22, of Huntingtown, advised the vehicle and its’ contents was his. He was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
 
Theft
 
DFC Christopher Childress responded to Prince Frederick Ford on May 2 for a theft call. The complainant, an employee of the business, reported that sometime overnight three vehicles on the lot had been broken into and had items stolen. Four tires and rims at a value of $2300, two head rest television screens valued at $500 and one AM/FM cassette stereo valued at $100 were taken. Childress will continue to investigate.
 
DOP
 
A resident of Chesapeake Beach advised DFC Jeff Elliott that he observed three male juveniles pull the railing slats off the Chesapeake Beach boardwalk in the area of B Street. The resident yelled to the juveniles who then left the area. The damage, estimated at $75, occurred on May 2 at about 7:00 p.m. Anyone with information is asked to contact DFC Elliott at 410-535-2800.
 
Theft
 
A victim reported to DFC T.A. Allen that the tail light of her 1999 Ford F-150 had been stolen while the vehicle was parked at the Lord Calvert Bowl Park and Ride. The theft occurred April 30 during the day. The tail light is valued at $250.
 
DOP
 
DFC David Gatton took a report of damage to a vehicle that occurred overnight on May 3 on 5th Street in Chesapeake Beach. The victim advised that she heard her dogs barking at 1:00 a.m. and later that morning she discovered that unknown suspect(s) had scratched her vehicle causing $600 in damage. Gatton will continue the investigation.
 
CDS Violation
 
DFC Gary Shrawder conducted a traffic stop on May 4 at 2:00 p.m. in the area of Chesapeake Ave and 2nd Street in North Beach. The driver, later identified as Brook R. Graves, 23, of Chesapeake Beach, was found to be in possession of suspected marijuana and drug paraphernalia for which she was arrested.
 
MD State Police Report
 
POSSESSION OF CONCEALED WEAPON: On 5-2, 12:57 PM, Rt. 260, Owings, TFC Stein stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. A computer check revealed that the operator, James Travis Wood, 20, of Lothian, was driving on a suspended license. The computer check also revealed that the tags displayed on the vehicle belonged to another, and the vehicle was unregistered and uninsured. Incident to arrest, brass knuckles were located on his person. Along with the traffic charges, Mr. Wood was charged with possession of a concealed deadly weapon. After processing, he was transported to the CCDC to await a commissioner’s hearing.
 
THEFT: On 5-2, between 5:30 PM and 6:30 PM, an unknown culprit forcibly entered a vehicle parked at Dunkirk Marketplace and removed 2 credit cards. One of the cards was used at 3 stores in Waldorf to charge $1850.00 in merchandise. The investigation is continuing by CIT.
 
POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA: On 5-4, 11:39 PM, TPR Towers responded to the Lusby FaStop for a reported fight. Upon his arrival, he observed a vehicle speeding out of the parking lot with no lights on. He stopped the vehicle and contacted the occupants. A passenger, James Jamul Jones, 19, of Prince Frederick, was issued a civil citation for underage possession of an alcoholic beverage and released. The operator, Julie Marie Barclay, 20, of Lusby, was observed by Deputy Velasquez reaching into the center console and putting a pack of cigarettes in her pocket. The cigarette pack was seized and found to contain suspected marijuana. Ms. Barclay was then placed under arrest for possession of marijuana. While investigating the reported assault, witnesses stated that an unknown male and Ms. Barclay were involved in an argument inside the store and she pushed him into a donut rack. Due to the victim leaving the scene, no assault charge was filed against Ms. Barclay. After processing, she was transported to the CCDC to await a commissioner’s hearing.
 
POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA: On 5-5, 4:27 AM, Rt. 2/4, Solomons, TPR Towers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. The operator, Amanda Leigh Mogavero, 20, of St. Leonard, was subsequently arrested for DUI. Incident to arrest, suspected marijuana and paraphernalia were located in the vehicle. Ms. Mogavero was then additionally charged with possession of marijuana and CDS paraphernalia. After processing, she was transported to the CCDC to await a commissioner’s hearing.
 
POSSESSION OF HEROIN/STOLEN PROPERTY: On 5-6, 12:05 AM, Rt. 2/4, Prince Frederick, TFC Bowling responded to assist CPL Peck with a traffic stop. The operator, Bruce Anthony Wiley, 52, of Baltimore, was subsequently arrested for DUI. Incident to arrest, suspected heroin and CDS paraphernalia were located in the vehicle. A computer check also revealed that the tag displayed on the vehicle had been reported stolen from Stewartstown, PA. In addition to the DUI, Mr. Wiley was charged with theft (-$100) and possession of heroin and CDS paraphernalia. After processing, he was transported to the CCDC to await a commissioner’s hearing.
 
DUI’S:
05-05-07/ 4:27 AM: Amanda L. Mogavero, 20, St. Leonard, MD, by TPR Towers
05-05-07 4:27 AM: William H. Tippett, Jr., 32, Mechanicsville, MD, by TPR Towers
05-06-07/ 1:15 AM: Sandra L. Whitlock, 34, North Beach, MD, by TPR Merkelson
05-06-07/12:32 AM: Bruce A. Wiley, 52, Baltimore, MD, by TFC Bowling
05-09-07/ 9:27 AM: John T. Merrill, 46, Leonardtown, MD, by TPR Laziuck  
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