Lexington Park Man Arrested on Multiple Drug Charges After Traffic Stop in Prince Frederick

October 31, 2018
Patrick Henry Nutter, 32, of Lexington Park

Patrick Henry Nutter, 32, of Lexington Park

On October 27, 2018, at approximately 12:45 p.m., Deputy Sampson of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office conducted a traffic stop on a black Chrysler 200 in the area of Solomons Island Road and Dares Beach Road, in Prince Frederick, for having multiple windows cracked and the front bumper appearing to be falling off.

Police made contact with the driver, identified as Duane Timothy Jones, 29, as well as the front passenger, identified as Kiersten Faye Nutter, 27. In the rear of the vehicle was an adult male identified as Patrick Henry Nutter, 32, of Lexington Park, a 7-year-old female and an infant.

Deputy Ridgely arrived to assist and police noticed Patrick Nutter had a prescription label stuck to the back of his license that he provided to them.

Police wrote in charging documents that the in previous encounters, with Patrick and Kiersten Nutter they are known to be drug abusers and Deputy Ridgely went to make contact with Patrick. When Deputy Ridgely approached the vehicle, he observed Patrick shuffling around with his hands concealed around his waist. Due to Patrick’s furtive movements, Deputy Ridgely had him to exit the vehicle. As Patrick exited the vehicle, police observed his pants to be unzipped and were falling down past his waist, they also saw that he had spilled something on his lap.

Police asked Nutter why his pants were unzipped and falling off his waste, and he stated he had left the house in a hurry and did not have time to get them straight. When police asked Patrick where he had come from and he stated St Mary’s. Deputy Ridgely conducted a pat down of Patrick to check for weapons and upon doing so felt a prescription bottle in Patrick’s pants pocket. When asked about the prescription bottle, Patrick stated it was his “Kolonopin”; however, Deputy Ridgely clearly heard coins in the bottle and suspected Patrick was lying to him about the contents of the pill bottle. Deputy Ridgely retrieved the pill bottle from Patrick’s front right pants pocket and observed the bottle to contain only coins. Upon further observation, police noticed the pill bottle was labeled to another person for amphetamines with a fill date of 10/12/2018. The fact that this pill bottle was empty and that Patrick has had numerous issues with CDS abuse led them to believe he was further concealing contraband. When asked about the pill bottle, Patrick stated he had grabbed it off the counter by accident. Police asked Patrick if the owner of the pill bottle lived with him and he stated that he did. When Kiersten was asked about whether the person lived at their house, she stated he did not. At this point Patrick Nutter was read his Miranda Rights and agreed to continue to speak with police.

A search of Patrick revealed (13) unopened strips of Suboxone in his front left pants pocket, (6) unopened strips of Suboxone in his back left pants pocket, and (1) unopened strip of Suboxone in his front right pants pocket. When asked about the Suboxone, Patrick stated he had spilled them out of his wallet while in the vehicle and picked them up and put them in his pocket. A further search, revealed a gray plastic pouch hidden between Patrick’s genitals and his underwear. Upon retrieving this pouch, police observed a green mulch like substance, which was suspected as K2 Spice (synthetic marijuana). Patrick confirmed it was synthetic marijuana. While searching Patrick’s backpack, (2) pill bottles were located. The first pill bottle was labeled as being Patrick’s for Clonazepam with a fill date of 10/26/2018 and a fill quantity of (30) 2mg pills. The recommended dosage was labeled as “take one tablet by mouth at bedtime as needed”. Based on this recommended dosage, there should have been (29) pills remaining in the bottle. This bottle was observed to contain (20) Clonazepam pills. Patrick stated he had taken some out and left them at home and only took what he needed with him for the day. The second pill bottle located in the backpack was labeled to Patrick for Amphetamine with a fill date of 10/26/2018 and a fill quantity of (60) 30mg pills. The recommended dosage was labeled as “take one tablet by mouth twice daily”. Based on the recommended dosage, there should have been (54) pills remaining in the bottle. This bottle was observed to contain (26) Amphetamine pills.

While searching the vehicle, police located Patrick’s wallet on the floorboard of the rear passenger seat where he was sitting. Inside this wallet I located (19) unopened Suboxone strips and (1) partial Suboxone strip. While continuing to search the vehicle, police found three phones and they were seized as part of the CDS investigation.

While in route to the jail, Patrick stated that he was told by a friend that K2 was legal in Maryland.

Nutter was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with CDS: Possession-Not Marijuana, CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia and CDS: Possession with Intent to Distribute.

Kiersten Nutter and Jones were released from the scene.

The Department of Social Services (Child Protective Services) was contacted via phone and provided a brief summary of events.

Tnvestigation is ongoing and search warrants on all seized phones will be pursued.

27 Responses to Lexington Park Man Arrested on Multiple Drug Charges After Traffic Stop in Prince Frederick

  1. Anonymous on October 31, 2018 at 4:09 pm

    Way to expose those kids to this trash and ensure they grow up continuing the cycle. My best friend from high school became a junkie and he is not allowed any ware near me, my house, or my car when my kids are with me. My kids are way more important to my wife and I than any other relationship we have. It is easier then you think for that infant to pick up a pill the junkie was trying to hide and put it in its mouth. The junkie only cares about saving his own skin and could care less about those kids.

    • Anonymous on November 1, 2018 at 5:46 pm

      You don’t know the situation of the kids or the person! You could be the best parents in the world and your kids turn out be “junkies” don’t comment on stuff you read and don’t know about with neglected things that you think is trash. Pray that he turns his life around and that he does Carr about them kids

      • Nutter Butter on November 1, 2018 at 6:54 pm

        Does he “Carr”? Friggin Idiot.

      • Anonymous on November 2, 2018 at 7:51 am

        I pray his choice to be a junkie doesn’t kill anyone else, especially those children.

      • Neglected Thang on November 2, 2018 at 11:11 am

        That’s right. All of you people who think they’re so superior because you were raised right with good parents and who developed good character and self-control and self-discipline and who don’t have the junkie gene need to stop and ponder what it feels like to be a junkie. How it feels to be lower than the grime on the squashed up piece of old gum on the shoe of a stinky child molesting vagrant. Because that’s what it feels like when you’re a junkie. You fine people have no idea how hard it is for a person of low character growing up in a house with central heat, indoor plumbing, refrigeration, and Xbox! Getting welfare and food stamps so you have money for gas and Fritos, Cheetos, and Doritos. It puts so much stress on people to know how to use all this stuff that they really have no choice but to turn to drugs. None of you know this poor man’s struggles. He’s a good man who was just about to turn his life around. He had no choice but to put those drugs next to his ballsack because there’s no good place to hide them except up his butt so you should be grateful that he didn’t do that. It shows there’s hope for him yet. So stop all the hating.

        • Nutter Butter on November 3, 2018 at 7:36 am


  2. Anonymous on October 31, 2018 at 5:58 pm

    Junkies gonna junk

  3. Nutter Butter on October 31, 2018 at 8:33 pm

    If he’s been given multiple times clean up his act and he doesent care, why should we? Throw the book at him.

    • Anonymous on November 1, 2018 at 5:14 pm

      I think it’s pretty freaking sad for you all to speak ill of him and his family.No one wants to grow up and become an addict.There are so many ppl eager to judge because of what a police report might say.Sad thing is non if you all know how bad Kerstin try to keep it all together.Shes a living mother.Her downfall is her brother but some of us have a hard time letting go of a loved one.My point is that if your not paying her way in life than stay out of her freaking business.Half of ya just hide yours better.I pray Pat gets it together for his sake and his sister’s.The Calvert PD harass them as soon as they see their car.I think it’s all ridiculous.I pray God blesses them each and every day.

      • Nutter Butter on November 1, 2018 at 6:53 pm

        Boooo friggin boo. Dude is how old and still acting like a teenager? Where did I “speak ill of him?” WHERE? Where did I mention a female in my original post? WHERE?! You are such an idiot. Now my anger is directed towards you because you’re an idiot and an enabler. God bless you and your drug ridden family. Stop reproducing now! No one in the world will miss you.

        • Anonymous on November 3, 2018 at 2:12 pm

          That person isn’t even family! Why is your “name” nutter butter? Don’t say God bless then saying no one will miss you in this world? Get a life! Why are you tell that person to stop reproducing? Are you saying this person is related to patrick? You saying “drug ridden family” is way off, if you know the county he comes from! Please stop commenting on auto corrected words or people who probably are messaging from phone that mostly typed it wrong, like you’ve never done it.

        • Anonymous on November 3, 2018 at 5:26 pm

          Why is your “butter butter”? Are you saying that comment was from a family member of his, with the your comment “your drug ridden family”? I hope not cause if you are from the county he is… you should feel like the idiot.

          • Nutter Butter on November 5, 2018 at 2:11 pm

            Dumb and Dumber commenting. God bless us. Stop enabling your family members and learn how to proofread. Why would I be the idiot if I were from Calvert County? Please explain your logic.

      • Anonymous on November 2, 2018 at 7:57 am

        You are an enabler. As long as there is one person in his life that tells him it isn’t his fault and looks the other way at his choices he will never get clean. You and his sister need to walk away now before he takes you down with him. That is the only chance he has to hit rock bottom and finally get on a path to getting clean. He will always put his addiction first until it is the only thing in his life.

      • Anonymous on November 2, 2018 at 4:52 pm

        Well said!

        • Nutter Butter on November 3, 2018 at 7:37 am

          Actually, it was poorly written and not well “said.” Move along enabler.

  4. helpmecuzz on November 1, 2018 at 6:47 am

    Keep your Lex. Park trash over the Bridge.

    • Anonymous on November 1, 2018 at 3:00 pm

      Unfortunately, there is enough trash on both sides of the bridge. Need I mention CRE?

    • Willie on November 1, 2018 at 5:38 pm

      Right. Because there is no trash in Lusby or Prince Frederick.

  5. Let me sum it up for everyone... on November 1, 2018 at 7:07 am

    What a f’ing mess.

  6. Anonymous on November 1, 2018 at 5:38 pm

    I love how people comment on things they read and no nothing about the person or believe what a cop reports! As for the first person talking about the kids, you don’t know the whole situation or if the persons parents knew about his OWN medication on spice! Worry about yourself, already in other people’s business by reading it… commenting neglected things,not knowing the real situation or what that persons life is childish! To much time on your hands to be worrying about other people’s life, if comment are said be an adult and pray that the person gets help and can turn their life around!

    • Nutter Butter on November 1, 2018 at 6:57 pm

      OHHHHH, they’re going to turn their life around? the rest of the world is getting dizzy watching them turn “their lives around.” I don’t even want to respond to you anymore because you’re clearly as dumb as them and I’m tired of wasting my finger dexterity on these responses.

    • Anonymous on November 2, 2018 at 7:32 am

      Could somebody please interpret, in English, what was just written here? Thanks

      • English Interpreter on November 2, 2018 at 12:38 pm

        Something like “Don’t hate on junkies because you don’t know their struggles. Thanks in advance.”

        • Anonymous on November 3, 2018 at 9:48 am

          Thanks, for a moment there I thought it was being implied that junkies are not responsible for their own actions. For some reason they get a pass, unlike the rest of us.

          • English Interpreter on November 3, 2018 at 11:25 am

            That is a more literal translation.

  7. Innocent until...... on November 5, 2018 at 6:33 am

    I think it is horrible the way the po-po harass him all the time, just because he drives that “classic” car. I wish we had photos of it for the car show, but I guess that won’t happen. If there were court documents, they would be displayed here with highlights in yellow.
    Well why can’t we see the ride? The description of it sounds tantalizing.