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(Prince Frederick, MD) – The below incidents, investigations, and arrests are, in part, demonstrative of the Prince Frederick Barrack’s effort to ensure that Calvert County is a safe place to live, work, and visit.
 
2nd Degree Assault (Domestic) - On November 13, 2020, TFC Palumbo responded to 12000 Susan Lane, Lusby, Maryland, for a reported domestic assault. The alleged assault occurred between Jason Aaron Gravely, DOB: 3/22/1982 and Kimberly Michelle Gravely, DOB: 8/21/1985. During the investigation, it was discovered that J. Gravely had been physically assaulted by K. Gravely. As a result, K. Gravely was arrested for 2nd degree assault and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center without incident.
 
CDS: Possession - Cocaine – On November 14, 2020, TFC Marsch conducted a traffic stop at Chaneyville Road and Route 4, Owings, Maryland, due to observed traffic violations. A search was conducted and during the search it was discovered the driver, and sole occupant of the vehicle, Sean Alan Edmunds, DOB: 06/30/1971, was in possession of CDS and CDS Paraphernalia, suspected Cocaine. Edmunds was arrested and transported to CCDC without incident.
 
CDS: Possession - Adderall – On November 15, 2020, TFC Marsch stopped a vehicle at
Chaneyville Road and Route 4, Owings, Maryland, due to observed traffic violations. A probable cause search was conducted and the driver, James Benjamin Marshall, DOB: 02/06/1978, was found to be in possession of suspected Adderall, Marijuana and Marijuana wax. Marshall was transported to CCDC without further incident.
 
Theft / MDOP - On November 17, 2020, S/T Costello responded to 4905 Saint Leonard Road, Saint Leonard, Maryland, for a report of a MDOP to a vehicle and theft of personal items. S/T Costello made contact with the victim, Tristao Commodore, DOB: 07/05/1977, who advised his vehicle had been vandalized, both inside and out by Angel Joy Hammaker, DOB: 01/25/1977.  Commodore advised Hammaker was upset with him and had threatened to “bust out his windows.” S/T Costello’s investigation led to an assessment of over $1800.00 in damages to Commodore’s vehicle as well as approximately $240.00 of stolen property from within the vehicle. Contact was then made with Hammaker at the Cliff’s Motel. Hammaker admitted she committed the vandalism as well as taking the personal items of Commodore. Hammaker is being charged with MDOP: Property Value over $1000, Rogue and Vagabond, and Theft $100 to $1000. This case remains open pending service of the charges.
 
Driving Under the Influence / CDS: Possession - Heroin- On November 19, 2020, TFC
Oleksak attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a MD tag 5AL0036 displayed on a gray Hyundai Elantra. The driver, Winston Calvin McKutchin 12/26/1951 was operating the vehicle in such a way that it was posing a traffic hazard and danger to others. The vehicle maintained a low speed but did not immediately stop. A rolling roadblock was utilized to stop the vehicle after approximately one mile. Impairment was observed. McKutchin refused medical attention from the EMS on scene. SFSTs were not completed on McKutchin for safety reasons. Suspected Heroin was observed on the front passenger seat. A search of the vehicle revealed additional CDS (suspected Heroin). McKutchin was arrested for DUI and CDS and transported to CCDC without further incident.
 
Attempt to Flee / CDS Possession – Phencyclidine / Warrant – On November 20, 2020,
TFC Smith attempted to stop a vehicle on northbound Route 4, just south of Plum Point Rd,
Huntingtown, Maryland, for erratic driving and other traffic violations. The driver, Clifton EugeneOnley, DOB: 09/27/1962, failed to stop initially and then attempted to flee on foot. TFC Smith apprehended Onley after a brief chase. A search of the vehicle incident to a lawful arrest of Onley revealed CDS, suspected Phencyclidine (PCP), as well as related CDS paraphernalia. Onley was also wanted on a warrant for violation of parole conditions. Onley was subsequently transported to CCDC without further incident.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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