Law Enforcement

Man Arrested for Having a Sexual Relationship with a 15 Year Old

Man Arrested for Having a Sexual Relationship with a 15 Year Old

On October 8, 2012 detectives from the St. Mary’s County Bureau of Criminal Investigations initiated an investigation regarding an alleged sex offense involving a juvenile female and adult male. During an interview, the 15 year old juvenile disclosed she had been involved in a sexual relationship with an adult male who was 21 years...
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Second Armed Robbery at Mechanicsville 7-11 in Less Than a Month

Second Armed Robbery at Mechanicsville 7-11 in Less Than a Month

On October 9, 2012 at approximately 1: 15 a.m., St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to an apparent armed robbery of the 7 Eleven store at 28240 Three Notch Road in Mechanicsville. A witness described the suspect as a black male approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall, heavy set, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, with...
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St. Mary’s Crime Report

St. Mary’s Crime Report

The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the following incidents: Possession of Inhalant/Harmful/Substance On October 3, 2012 deputies responded to a disturbance in the area of Suburban Drive and Leesa Court in Lexington Park. Upon arrival deputies discovered a male lying on his back in a wooded area. Further investigation revealed the male,...
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Argument Leads to Calvert Drug Arrest

Argument Leads to Calvert Drug Arrest

On Oct. 3, 2012 at 7:06 a.m., Trooper First Class Logsdon responded to the parking lot on the corner of Duke Street and Main Street in Prince Frederick for a reported fight in progress. Troopers made contact with Gary S. Mason, 33 of Lexington Park, who stated that he and his girlfriend had been...
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New Fingerprint Policy Changes

New Fingerprint Policy Changes

Effective April 15, 2012 the FBI no longer accepts inked fingerprint cards. All fingerprints are now electronically or digitally captured and electronically submitted to The Maryland Criminal Justice Information System-Central Repository (CJIS). Beginning Tuesday, October 9, 2012 the Sheriff’s Office will be able to comply with the New ‘Electronic-Only Processing’ policy put into effect...
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Late Night Roll Over in Valley Lee Sends One to Trauma Center

Late Night Roll Over in Valley Lee Sends One to Trauma Center

On Sunday, October 7 around 1:15 a.m., police, fire, and rescue crews from Bay District and Valley Lee were alerted to report of an accident with injuries on Medleys Neck Road in the area of Blake Creek Road in Valley Lee. Crews arrived on scene to discover a Cadillac in a field on its...
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CCSO and Waldorf Skating Center Offer Free Skate Nights

CCSO and Waldorf Skating Center Offer Free Skate Nights

The Charles County Sheriff’s Office and Waldorf Skating Center are joining together to host free skate nights for Charles County elementary and middle school students. This is a popular event coordinated each year by the CCSO school resource officers. Sessions start at 6 p.m. and end at 8:30 p.m. The first 225 students with...
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Police Seek Help Identifying Woman

Police Seek Help Identifying Woman

Charles County Sheriff’s detectives have developed new leads in the investigation of two liquor store robberies that occurred in the western part of the county in early September. Investigators want to identify a woman who appears to be connected to the two male suspects. Her photograph was caught on camera and detectives want to...
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Shed Fire in Lexington Park

Shed Fire in Lexington Park

On Thursday, October 4 at 8:45 p.m., firefighters from Bay District and Ridge responded to a shed fire in the 20000 block Treetop Road in Lexington Park. Upon arrival firefighters discovered a 20′ X 20′ wooden shed fully involved. No injuries were reported. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. CLICK HERE to...
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Governor Martin O’Malley Unveils New Maryland State Police Medevac Helicopter

Governor Martin O’Malley Unveils New Maryland State Police Medevac Helicopter

MIDDLE RIVER , MD (October 5, 2012) —Governor Martin O’Malley today joined Colonel Marcus Brown, officials from AgustaWestland, representatives from the state’s emergency medical services community, and other officials to unveil the first new Maryland State Police medevac helicopter, an important step forward in replacing Maryland’s aging medevac helicopter fleet. “The most sacred responsibility...
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Theft of Cooking Oil

Theft of Cooking Oil

On Oct. 3 at about 1:39 a.m., officers responded to the 10400 block of O’Donnell Place in Waldorf after a witness called to report seeing a white pumper truck with a green tank pull up to the side of a restaurant and pump cooking oil out of a large container that was temporarily being...
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Armed Shoe Robber Arrested in Charles County

Armed Shoe Robber Arrested in Charles County

On Oct. 3, detectives assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division arrested Demarco Campbell, 18, of Bryans Road, for his involvement in an armed robbery of a young adult who was trying to purchase a pair of tennis shoes he saw posted on facebook. On Sept. 5, the victim, 18, arranged to meet the person...
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UPDATE: Police Make Quick Arrest in Brutal Carjacking

UPDATE: 10/4/12 Court Documents added, CLICK HERE to read the court documents for this incident. On Sunday, September 30, at 7:55 pm, police were dispatched to Hair it Is Salon and Spa on Exploration Drive in Lexington Park for a reported carjacking. Investigation revealed that a black male in a red shirt attacked a...
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UPDATE: Three Counselors Arrested in Camp Brown Assault of 10 Year Old

UPDATE: Three Counselors Arrested in Camp Brown Assault of 10 Year Old

On August 8, 2012 police units responded to Camp Brown, located in Scotland for the report of an assault. Upon arrival the officers spoke with a camp administrator who reported a camp attendee, a 10 year old male, stated he had been assaulted by three camp counselors during his stay at the campground in...
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Lexington Park Man Charged with Sex Offenses

Lexington Park Man Charged with Sex Offenses

In September 2012, BCI detectives received information regarding an alleged sex offense which had occurred in January and June of 2012 involving a 13 year old female. Contact was made with the victim who stated she had been involved in a sexual relationship with a male subject who was 22 years of age. On...
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Smooth Operator Awards Given to St. Mary’s Deputies

Smooth Operator Awards Given to St. Mary’s Deputies

On September 26, 2012 Corporal Margaret Smolarsky and Deputy Kenneth Flerlage were honored for their efforts during the 2012 Smooth Operator Traffic Safety and Enforcement Campaign. Smooth Operator is a coordinated, intra and interstate program designed to combat aggressive driving and find short and long-term solutions to improve traffic safety. Law enforcement agencies, trauma...
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UPDATE: Officer Involved Shooting in St. Mary’s County

UPDATE: Officer Involved Shooting in St. Mary’s County

UPDATE from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office 10/2/12 – 2:45pm: On September 29, 2012 at approximately 1:56 a.m. deputies were called to the 2300 block of Sugar Maple Court in California for a report of a disturbance. The complainant reported hearing yelling coming from the parking lot area of the condominiums. Corporal Michael...
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Woman arrested for false carjacking report

Woman arrested for false carjacking report

On October 1, 2012 deputies responded to a hit and run motor vehicle collision on Spring Valley Drive in Lexington Park, Maryland. Upon arrival deputies discovered a 1997 Mitsubishi Mirage with Maryland registration abandoned in the roadway. The Mitsubishi had struck a Dodge truck which was parked. Witness reported a thin, African American woman...
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Man Kicks Out Patrol Car Window After Burglary

Man Kicks Out Patrol Car Window After Burglary

On September 29, 2012 at approximately 2:15 a.m. deputies responded to a residence on Chancellors Run Court in Great Mills for a report of a burglary. Upon arrival, deputies met with the complaint who advised an earlier unwanted guest, Dionta Quantiaus Taylor, 25 of Great Mills, had been asked to leave his residence; returned...
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Prescription Take Back Day a Success

Prescription Take Back Day a Success

On Saturday, September 29, 2012, the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office and Maryland State Police Barrack U participated in the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) sponsored Prescription Drug National Take Back Day. Once again, the Calvert County Department of Parks and Recreation hosted three collection sites at the Mount Hope, Northeast, and Southern Community Centers for...
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Pedestrian Flown Out After Being Struck By Vehicle on Pegg Road

Pedestrian Flown Out After Being Struck By Vehicle on Pegg Road

On Monday, October 1, at approximately 6:20 am, police and emergency units responded to Pegg Road for a report of a pedestrian struck by a motor vehicle. Units arrived on the scene to discover a male lying on the pavement after being struck by a car. The patient was alert and talking.  He said...
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Safe Harbor Inc Seeking Board Members

Safe Harbor Inc Seeking Board Members

Safe Harbor, Inc., the fund raising and advocacy 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which works in support of the Safe Harbor shelter for abused women and children, has 5 vacancies on its Board of Directors. Safe Harbor is located in Calvert County. Applicants must attend monthly Board meetings, and assists in making shelter information available to...
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Accident Sends One to Jail and Another to the Hospital

Accident Sends One to Jail and Another to the Hospital

On Sunday, September 30, at approximately 4:50 pm,  police and emergency units responded to Medleys Neck Road, just south of White Point Road, for a report of a motor vehicle accident with injuries. Investigation revealed a Chevrolet Suburban left the roadway and struck a utility pole. The SUV then rolled over and came to...
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The Most Dangerous Part of Most Marylanders’ Day: DRIVING

The Most Dangerous Part of Most Marylanders’ Day: DRIVING

Maryland State Highway Administration and Partners Join National Drive Safely Work Week Program; Help Provide Drivers Keys to Safe Driving It is a frightening fact that the time Marylanders spend driving – either as part of the job or to and from work – is the most dangerous part of their day. Maryland State...
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“Cops-On-Rooftops” for Maryland Special Olympic

“Cops-On-Rooftops” for Maryland Special Olympic

Cops love supporting Special Olympics and stereotypically cops love donuts so on Saturday, September 29th from 7:00 am to 12 pm and Sunday, September 30th from 7:00 am to 12:00 pm the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting our annual “Cops on Rooftops” in support of Maryland Special Olympics at the Dunkin...
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