Maryland State Police Arrests and DUI Report for Prince Frederick 4/13/2017

April 13, 2017



Maryland State Police from the Prince Frederick Barrack are investigating the following incidents:

William T. Harrod, 54 of Lexington Park

William T. Harrod, 54 of Lexington Park

Possession of Cocaine:
On 4/6/17 at 1:01 am, Trooper Stull and Trooper First Class Barlow stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation on Rousby Hall Rd. and Rt. 4 in Lusby.

Several criminal indicators were noted and a K-9 scan was requested.

As a result, a passenger, William T. Harrod, 54 of Lexington Park, was found to be in possession of cocaine.

He was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

Jamar D. Mackall, 40 of Prince Frederick

Jamar D. Mackall, 40 of Prince Frederick

Possession of Marijuana and Hydrocodone:
On 4/6/17 at 11:39 pm, Trooper First Class Matthews stopped a vehicle on Rt. 4 near M. F. Bowen Rd. in Prince Frederick for a possible tag violation.

A strong odor of raw marijuana was emitting from inside the vehicle. A probable cause search revealed both marijuana and hydrocodone pills.

Jamar D. Mackall, 40 of Prince Frederick, was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

James A. Stone, 29 of St. Leonard

James A. Stone, 29 of St. Leonard

Possession of Alprazolam:
On 4/7/17 at 8:32 am, Trooper First Class Costello responded to the 4700 block of William Wharf Rd. in St. Leonard for a CDS complaint.

James A. Stone, 29 of St. Leonard, was found to be in possession of Alprazolam pills for which he did not have a prescription.

He was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

Veronica M. Disney, 55 of no fixed address

Veronica M. Disney, 55 of no fixed address

Possession of Dextroamphetamine:
On 4/8/17 at 6:49 pm, Trooper First Class Warrick and Trooper Backus responded to the 190 block of Armory Rd. in Prince Frederick to check the welfare of a person.

Veronica M. Disney, 55 of no fixed address, was located and appeared to be extremely distraught and unable to give her name. A check of her backpack revealed an identification card. While checking for the ID, Dextroamphetamine was found in the backpack and it was confirmed that Ms. Disney did not have a prescription for the drug.

Once Ms. Disney was cleared by EMS personnel, she was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

Theft From Motor Vehicle:
On 4/1/17 at 12:11 am, Trooper Robinson responded to the 3900 block of Hunting Creek Rd. in Huntingtown for a report of a theft.

Earlier in the evening the victim reported that while attending church in Prince Frederick, the rear Maryland tag (A107036) had been removed from the victim’s vehicle. The tag has been entered into NCIC. Investigation continues and surveillance videos will be reviewed.

Mark A. Quade, 37 of Huntingtown

Mark A. Quade, 37 of Huntingtown

Concealed Deadly Weapon:
On 4/1/17 at 6:37 pm, Trooper Stull and Trooper First Class Barlow responded to Stinnett Rd. in Huntingtown for a report of a suspicious person walking on the road.

Mark A. Quade, 37 of Huntingtown, was located and investigation revealed he was carrying a baseball bat and had three SOG knives concealed under his shirt. Quade stated he was agitated from an incident at his home that happened and he was waiting on the road for a vehicle that had stopped by his home earlier to return.

He was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

Renee L. Harris, 30 of Prince Frederick

Renee L. Harris, 30 of Prince Frederick

Possession of Oxycodone:
On 3/27/17 at 11:15 pm, Trooper Backus assisted a traffic stop on Old Field Lane in Prince Frederick. The driver, Renee L. Harris, 30 of Prince Frederick, was found to be in possession of oxycodone for which she did not have a prescription.

She was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

A passenger in the vehicle was cited for possession of marijuana and released.

Hollie M. Brown, 31 of Port Republic

Hollie M. Brown, 31 of Port Republic

Concealed Weapon and Possession of Percocet:
On 3/28/17 at 9:16 am, Corporal Esnes stopped a vehicle on Rt. 4 and Commerce Lane in Prince Frederick for traffic violations.

Hollie M. Brown, 31 of Port Republic, was found to be operating the vehicle without a valid license.

A number of criminal indicators were observed and a K-9 scan was requested. The search revealed percocet and a 6.75 inch blade knife in the vehicle.

Brown was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

Charles R. Nye, 54 of Lusby

Charles R. Nye, 54 of Lusby

Possession of Oxycodone:
On 3/30/17 at 6:01 pm, Trooper First Class Barlow and Trooper Stull stopped to check on a disabled vehicle on Rt. 4 south of Ball Rd.

The odor of burnt marijuana was emitting from inside the vehicle. A search revealed Charles R. Nye, 54 of Lusby, was in possession of Oxycodone.

He was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

Keona D. Best, 21 of Prince Frederick

Keona D. Best, 21 of Prince Frederick

Disorderly Conduct:
On 3/31/17 at 8:44 pm, Trooper Stull and Trooper First Class Barlow responded to a reported assault in progress in the 800 block of Calvert Towne Drive and Prince Frederick.

Keona D. Best, 21 of Prince Frederick, was observed fighting with another female. The assault was stopped and the parties separated. While speaking with Best, she continued to become disorderly and began to resist arrest.

She was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

Brandon S. Richard, 24 of Prince Frederick

Brandon S. Richard, 24 of Prince Frederick

Possession of Heroin:
On 3/28/17 at 1:18 pm, Trooper First Class Matthews located a vehicle from a previously broadcast lookout and stopped the vehicle on Main and Duke Streets in Prince Frederick.

Brandon S. Richard, 24 of Prince Frederick, was found to be in possession of heroin following a K-9 scan of the vehicle.

He was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

 

DUI Arrests
Name Age Date of Arrest Address Arresting Trooper

  • Thomas P. Voegtli 55 04/04/17 @ 02:40 pm Pr. Frederick, MD TPR. J. Jones
  • Kenneth S. Lockwood 38 04/08/17 @ 11:53 pm Jacksonville, FL SGT. E. West
  • Lauren E. Robison 27 04/09/17 @ 12:02 am St. Leonard, MD TPR. K. Stull
  • Alexis A. Stairs 32 04/09/17 @ 01:31 am North Beach, MD SGT. E. West
  • Casey J. Potter 23 04/09/17 @ 05;39 pm Mechanicsville, MD TFC J. Warrick
  • Vincent Manna 56 03/27/17 @ 06:41 am Mineral, WV TPR. R. Backus
  • Matthew J. Labash 46 03/27/17 @ 07:44 pm Owings, MD TPR. P. Kaitz
  • Ashley A. A. McDavid 24 04/01/17 @ 11:08 pm Capitol Heights, MD TFC S. Barlow
  • Alvin A. Bryce 46 04/02/17 @ 01:36 am Forestville, MD TFC K. Robinson
  • Samuel W. Smith 29 03/20/17 @ 08:37 am Brunswick, MD TPR. P. Kaitz
  • Catherine M. Moore 50 03/21/17 @ 01:51 am Annapolis, MD TFC S. Matthews
  • Eladio Martinez-Castro 37 03/22/17 @ 02:29 am Pr. Frederick, MD TFC J. Warrick
  • Lauren K. Cusic 25 03/26/17 @ 01:08 am La Plata, MD TFC J. Warrick
Keona D. Best, 21 of Prince Frederick

Keona D. Best, 21 of Prince Frederick

Charles R. Nye, 54 of Lusby

Charles R. Nye, 54 of Lusby

Brandon S. Richard, 24 of Prince Frederick

Brandon S. Richard, 24 of Prince Frederick

Hollie M. Brown, 31 of Port Republic

Hollie M. Brown, 31 of Port Republic

Renee L. Harris, 30 of Prince Frederick

Renee L. Harris, 30 of Prince Frederick

Mark A. Quade, 37 of Huntingtown

Mark A. Quade, 37 of Huntingtown

Veronica M. Disney, 55 of no fixed address

Veronica M. Disney, 55 of no fixed address

James A. Stone, 29 of St. Leonard

James A. Stone, 29 of St. Leonard

Jamar D. Mackall, 40 of Prince Frederick

Jamar D. Mackall, 40 of Prince Frederick

William T. Harrod, 54 of Lexington Park

William T. Harrod, 54 of Lexington Park

11 Responses to Maryland State Police Arrests and DUI Report for Prince Frederick 4/13/2017

  1. Anonymous on April 13, 2017 at 11:52 am

    someone wants to die…

  2. Tell You What on April 13, 2017 at 12:05 pm

    Ms.Disney is certainly no princess, but would make a great witch.

  3. Charles on April 13, 2017 at 12:06 pm

    Typical of a Nationals fan

  4. Wolfman on April 13, 2017 at 12:08 pm

    The Quade family must have a love of getting arrested

  5. Anonymous on April 13, 2017 at 1:14 pm

    What a lovely bunch of people lined up there. It almost reminds me of a class photo. I wonder if they will all get together and have a reunion in 10 years to mark this occasion. Unfortunately, most of them will be dead if they continue on the path that got them in this article but for the 2 that are still alive it would be a touching event.

  6. anonymous on April 13, 2017 at 6:16 pm

    Where are all the distracted and sleepy drivers they pulled over.

  7. Sofa_King_Kewl on April 14, 2017 at 8:58 am

    “The odor of burnt marijuana was emitting from inside the vehicle. A search revealed Charles R. Nye, 54 of Lusby, was in possession of Oxycodone.”

    So..which is it? Does Oxycodone smell like “burnt marijuana”. Why was he not charges with the marijuana which stunk up the place?

    • Bob Lob Law on April 17, 2017 at 8:26 am

      Surely you can figure this out and not have a mild stroke in the process.

  8. rocky on April 17, 2017 at 12:08 pm

    A “suspicious person” arrest?
    Damn! Seems awful trivial.

  9. Leo on April 18, 2017 at 2:34 pm

    HAHAHA! Good ol’ Allen Stone. That kid is such a POS. Decided to join the ranks of the Stone Family DUI Club I see.

    • Anon on April 22, 2017 at 8:36 am

      Leo your the pos how bout you pay your child support and take care of jae at least I take care of my kids and bring your fat azz up here and say something to my face

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