Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Crime Report for 9/28/2016

September 28, 2016

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During the week of September 19 through September 25 deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,485 calls for service throughout the community.

Olivia Hefter, 23, of Hughesville

Olivia Hefter, 23, of Hughesville

Burglary:
On September 19, 2016, at approximately 10: 20 p.m., Deputy N. Buckler witnessed someone standing in front of a glass door of the Aquatic Center, in Prince Frederick, within the secured fenced-in area. The Center was closed for the evening so he made contact with the subject, Olivia Hefter, 23, of Hughesville. She admitted she had planned to spend the night at the Center; Deputy Buckler witnessed the door was unsecured and partially opened. She was transported to the Detention Center and charged with 4th Degree Burglary of a Storehouse.

Shaye Beal, 23, of Lothian

Shaye Beal, 23, of Lothian

CDS Violation:
On September 23, 2016, at approximately 9:45 p.m., Deputy A. Locke was approached by a concerned citizen, in the parking lot of the Rod & Reel Restaurant, Chesapeake Beach, who told him a female appeared to be passed out in a vehicle. Deputy Locke located the vehicle, with the unresponsive female, Shaye Beal, 23, of Lothian. As he made contact and questioned Ms. Beal, he determined she was in Possession of Paraphernalia (plastic baggie) and two (2) hypodermic syringes. She was arrested and transported to the Detention Center.

William Whitney, 48, of North Beach

William Whitney, 48, of North Beach

CDS Violation:
On September 19, 2016, at approximately 4:00 p.m., Deputy R. Shrawder responded to a 911 dispatch that an intoxicated driver was seen weaving all over the road. He was able to come into contact with the driver, William Whitney, 48, of North Beach, at the base of the Thomas Johnson Bridge, in Solomons. He observed Suboxone in the front seat cup holder. He placed Mr. Whitney under arrest for CDS: Possession of a Synthetic narcotic (Suboxone), Driving/attempting to drive while impaired by controlled dangerous substance and for Driving/attempting to driver while impaired by drug(s) and or alcohol.

Edward Kiger, Jr. 27, of Chesapeake Beach

Edward Kiger, Jr. 27, of Chesapeake Beach

Disorderly Conduct:
On September 20, 2016, at approximately 10:00 p.m., Deputy A. Ostazeski responded to the area of St. Leonard Road/Toms Lane, in St. Leonard, for the report of a subject lying in the road next to a bicycle. Upon arrival he identified the subject as Edward Kiger, Jr. 27, of Chesapeake Beach, who had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath and person. An ambulance was requested; upon evaluating him, he began to sit up but refused to cooperate and would not follow instructions. He continued to yell, attempted to walk away and fell in the grass. A search of the grassy area revealed a hypodermic syringe lying next to him. He was arrested for CDS: Administer Equipment Possession/Distribute (syringe), CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia (syringe), Resist/Interfere with Arrest, Fail to Obey Reasonable/Lawful Order, Disorderly Conduct, Alcohol Beverage/Intoxicated Endanger, Alcohol Beverage/Retail Area Drink.

Bryan King, 28, of Prince Frederick

Bryan King, 28, of Prince Frederick

Theft Case:
On September 19, 2016, Deputy D. Clark responded to Caney Court, in Prince Frederick, to recover a possible stolen motorcycle. Deputy Clark determined the white Kawasaki, located in the complainant’s shed, was, in fact, reported stolen from Montgomery County. Upon questioning Bryan King, 28, of Prince Frederick, he admitted purchasing the Kawasaki from an unknown person and knew it was stolen when he bought it. During the investigation it was also discovered King was in Possession of a controlled dangerous substance (Heroin) and Possession of CDS paraphernalia (plastic wrapper). He was placed in handcuffs and transported to the Detention Center where he will be charged with theft $1,000 to $10,000, Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance-Not Marijuana and Possession of Paraphernalia.

Theft:
On September 22, 2016, Deputy V. O’Donnell arrived at the Tiki Bar located on Charles Street, in Solomons, to respond to a theft report. The Manager explained that a black iPod, capable of scanning a license, was stolen from the establishment. This crime took place sometime between September 19 – 22.
Theft:
On September 20, 2016, Deputy R. Burggraff responded to Lloyd Bowen Road, in St. Leonard, for the report of a theft. The Property Manager stated there were three (3) HVAC units stolen from two (2) homes on the property. He last noticed the HVAC units on September 16 around 9:00am.
Theft:
On September 23, 2016, at approximately 7:00 pm, Deputy G. Gott was dispatched to Pine Trail, in Lusby, for the report of a theft. The victim explained someone had stolen a package off his front porch that was delivered that day, according to the tracking website. Deputy Gott spoke with the neighbors who had witnessed someone carrying a box through the backyard and was stuck in a briar patch along the wood line. When the suspect later returned to the area, Deputy Weems approached Raymond Montgomery, 40, of Bear, Delaware, and determined he was the thief. He was charged on a Criminal Citation for theft under $100.00 and released on the scene.
Theft:
On September 22, 2016, Deputy J. Denton was dispatched to Jesus the Good Shepherd Church located on West Mount Harmony Road, in Owings, for the report of a theft. A concrete statue that was in the outdoor prayer garden area was stolen between September 12 – 16th. ** It should be noted on September 3rd, Father King had previously reported another statue theft taking place at the entrance of the church.
Theft:
On September 22, 2016, Deputy R. Spalding was called to Decoy Drive, in Owings, for the report of a theft. Upon arrival he made contact with the complaint who advised the registration sticker to his vehicle had been stolen. Due to the vehicle having been serviced in another location for over three (3) months, it is unclear where the crime took place.
Burglary Attempt:
On September 19, 2016, at approximately 10:50 pm, Deputy S. Rediker responded to Olivet Road, in Lusby, for the report of an attempted burglary. The homeowners reported that at 10:40pm they heard someone tampering with their front door doorknob. Shortly thereafter, someone attempted to open a window on the front of the house. No entry was made and no known suspects at this time.
Theft:
On September 23, 2016, Deputy R. Shrawder responded to Inner Place, in Lusby, for the report of a theft. The complainant reported that sometime between 8:00am on September 14 – 8:30 am on September 23rd, multiple items were stolen from inside their boat:
4 Penn Rod and Reels, 3 open face surf rods, 4 light tackle rods, 6 12-volt batteries, 1 tackle box, 30 lures, 2 50-foot anchor lines, 1 6-foot folding ladder, 2 folding crab pots, 2 umbrella rigs and 1 fishing rig. No known suspects at this time.
Burglary:
On September 19, 2016, at approximately 8:00 pm, Deputy A. Woodford responded to Merry Lane, in Huntingtown, for the report of a burglary. The complainant advised he arrived home to find his shed door busted in and the door wide open. He stated he remembered locking the shed door at 10:00am the day before and discovered the damage at 8:00 pm that evening. At this time nothing appears to be missing.
Burglary Attempt:
On September 20, 2016, Deputy A. Woodford was dispatched to Christiana Parran Road, in Chesapeake Beach, for the report of an attempted burglary. The complainant advised a front window of their residence, which is kept locked, was now unlocked. He suspected the incident took place sometime on September 15th. The home was not entered and no outdoor items appear to be missing.
Theft:
On September 20, 2016, Deputy S. Rediker responded to the Lusby Giant grocery store, on Rousby Hall Road, for the report of a shoplifting that had just occurred. The manager stated several suspects (2 adult B/M males and 1 adult B/F carrying a baby) attempted to push two (2) full carts of groceries out of the store without purchasing the items. They fled the store in a vehicle, leaving behind one of the carts.

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Shaye Beal, 23, of Lothian

Shaye Beal, 23, of Lothian

Olivia Hefter, 23, of Hughesville

Olivia Hefter, 23, of Hughesville

William Whitney, 48, of North Beach

William Whitney, 48, of North Beach

Edward Kiger, Jr. 27, of Chesapeake Beach

Edward Kiger, Jr. 27, of Chesapeake Beach

Bryan King, 28, of Prince Frederick

Bryan King, 28, of Prince Frederick

9 Responses to Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Crime Report for 9/28/2016

  1. Stine Neal on September 28, 2016 at 3:18 am

    I know Shaye, That material was not hers it belonged to the owner of the car she was in

    • Anonymous on September 28, 2016 at 4:23 pm

      Reading isn’t your thing, eh?

    • Anonymous on September 29, 2016 at 8:14 am

      So she shot up with material that wasn’t in the car? There has to be some reason she was catatonic when the officer made contact. People her age don’t just fall asleep so deep they are unresponsive unless they are on something. She has you fooled or you are just an enabler. Either way you are assisting her right to the grave.

    • Homie Da Clown on September 29, 2016 at 11:12 am

      She was just taking a NAP right?!?

  2. Anonymous on September 28, 2016 at 7:59 am

    Shaye you are looking worse every day. There is no hope for this one.

  3. Anonymous on September 28, 2016 at 10:38 am

    So sad that this many people feel the need to take what doesn’t belong to them instead of working for it.

  4. blank on October 1, 2016 at 3:51 pm

    Disorderly conduct/ contributing to the delinquency of an adult. Running away/ moving out. My how things change at the 18 mark. Another way to resolve theft before the trial. No receipt? What is the businesses policy about returning without a receipt? Use it. Return whatever item without a receipt, but keep the receipt that the item is returned. Whatever it was, it was returned. Aren’t suspects entitled to change their mind about stealing/ borrowing? When does borrowing become stealing? Are officers required to use handcuffs when arresting, or is that for their personal comfort level? Its no wonder the line is blurred when handcuffs are used unnecessarily on a regular basis. Hell, in order to resolve the situation, yes, it might be easier just to buy the thing from somewhere else just to be able to return it and get a receipt.

    • Anonymous on October 3, 2016 at 12:14 pm

      If a person goes into a business with the intent to steal then they deserve whatever penalties they incur. Why is it that you are so mater of fact and casual about theft? Do you think you are entitled to the items you steal or “borrow”. Have you screwed up your life so much that you can’t get a job like everyone else and pay for the item? Why are you blaming the stores, the cops, and probably society for your problems?

  5. Diggerodell72 on October 1, 2016 at 4:08 pm

    Shaye will most likely be dead before she reaches 30 or should I say 25!