QA Press Releases – 9/16/2013

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INCIDENT: Burglary

DATE / TIME: 08/19/2013 @ 1402 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION: 1600 Block of Busic Church Road, Marydel, (QA) Maryland

VICTIM: Thomas S. Moreland of Annapolis


NARRATIVE: Victim reported that unknown person(s) had forced their way into a trailer located on his hunting property. Missing was numerous items including several bows, crossbows, boots, a TV, multiple trail cameras, deer stands and 12 gauge ammunition. The burglary is believed to have occurred sometime in the past 10 days. Items were valued at


DEPUTY: Sgt. Steve Stouffer

CASE: 13-24882




On Friday afternoon (9/13/13) the QA Sheriff’s Criminal Investigation Unit, along with the Delaware State Police (Troop #3) Criminal Investigations Unit, Caroline County Sheriff’s Office and the Maryland State Police served a search warrant at two residences in Caroline County, MD.


The search warrant was a result of a joint investigation involving several burglaries in Kent County, DE and one in Queen Anne’s County, MD. The suspects were identified as Ashley O’Neal (30) of Henderson and a Juvenile Male (age 16) also of Henderson. The subjects were identified through eye witnesses in Delaware and Pawn records as being the suspect of burglaries that were being investigated by both agencies.


During the active investigation, an officer with Camden P.D. conducted a traffic stop in the area of one of the burglaries and Ashley O’Neal was taken into custody for having two unrelated warrants through Caroline County. Mr. O’Neal has since been charged with all of the burglaries in Delaware and is pending extradition from Delaware to Maryland. Charges for the QA burglary have been filed and are currently pending service. Charges on the juvenile are also pending through the state of Delaware.



DEPUTY: Det. Maria Bassaro

ASSIST: Det Digiacomo and Det Surowiec (DSP Troop 3) and Det. Rick Baker of Caroline County Sheriff





On August 8th the Church Hill Methodist Church on Main Street had been broken into and several acts of vandalism had occurred including burning of choir robes, thrown books on the floor, ransacked desks and cabinets, and had stolen coins from a jar. In the kitchen a bottle of soda had been spilled and candy wrappers left. Damages were considered to be minimal.


Following the burglary several women with ties to the church received obscene phone calls from a younger sounding male asking for them by name.


On August 22nd the Church Hill Elementary School was burglarized with vandals sprinkling baby powder on desks and computers, displaying of personal items, items from desks thrown on the floor and pictures torn of the wall. Damages were estimated under $300. Security at a nearby store showed two subjects leaving the school but due to the poor quality of the video the suspects could not be identified.


On August 23rd The Church Hill Theater was broken into and a door damaged. Several offices were ransacked and cash was taken from several areas.

The theater was burglarized again on September 3rd with costumes, make-up and props thrown about on the floor and in the theatre all the lights had been left on. Damages and theft loss of the two burglaries at the theatre were estimated @ $850.


On the morning of September 8th at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Rev. Todd Kissam noticed multiple lights on at the Church main building and the Parrish house and upon checking realized the two areas had been burglarized.

A search of the building revealed someone had ransacked several areas, strewn items through the rooms, taken a jar with change, and had left a candle lit in the sacristy of the church. In the Parrish, desks had been emptied with papers thrown on the floor, locked file cabinets damaged and forced open. Other offices had been entered and items moved. The kitchen area had utensils thrown about and numerous knives left stuck in various walls. On a counter in the kitchen a large roll of paper towels had been set on fire. It was also found that the intruder had used the church phone and a church phone directory to make several obscene calls to several females.


This morning September 16th, Sheriff’s detectives along with the State Fire Marshalls Office served a Search Warrant at a residence on Main Street in Church Hill looking for a cell phone believed to have been used to make obscene calls. A 15 year old male suspect was found to be in possession of the phone. Interviews of the suspect resulted in the confession of the above incidents as well as several thefts from vehicles in the Church Hill area. The suspect was referred to Juvenile Services and later released to a parent. The second subject at the Church Hill Elementary School burglary was identified but not charged due to age.


DEPUTY: D/Cpl. Troy Lowery

ASSIST: Detectives (QA CIU) & State Fire Marshall’s Office





Sheriff Gary Hofmann is reporting arrests from a serious assault occurring in June when a large fight broke out at Red Eyes in Grasonville. One individual, a 34 year old man from Alabama was attacked in the parking lot by a group of men who reportedly hit, kicked and jumped on him. As a result he suffered compound fractures of his leg and had to be taken to Shock Trauma for emergency surgery.


The investigation resulted in the issuance of warrants for five of the assailants charging them with 1st degree assault, 2nd Degree Assault, Reckless Endangerment and Disorderly Conduct. A local man, William Neal Church of Stevensville was served last month and is currently out on a $10,000 bond with a preliminary hearing scheduled for October.


However with the other four suspects living in Delaware efforts to serve the warrants relied on police agencies there.


On September 4th, Jason Colby Calderone (27) of Wilmington turned himself in at the QA Sheriff’s Headquarters. He was later released on a $20,000 Bond with the assistance of a Bail Bondsman.


Clayton Dennis Gebhart (30) of New Castle De. came in next to the Sheriff’s Office on September 10 and was later released on $15,000 bail posted by a Bail Bondsman.


Early on September 11th, the US Marshall’s Fugitive Task Force took Casey Donovan Riley (24) of Wilmington, DE into custody. Casey has refused extradition and is being held in New Castle County with a bail set at $48,500.


Marshalls also went to the home of Jonathan William Lanouette (27) in Wilmington. Lanouette was not home but soon called and made arrangements to come from Philadelphia to turn himself in. Lanouette arrived at that evening at the Sheriff’s Office and turned himself in. His bail was set at $10,000 which was posted by a Bail Bondsman and released.


The investigation of the assault is continuing and additional persons could be charged.


Sheriff Hofmann wishes to thank the US Marshalls for their assistance in locating these subjects.




Incident: Assault

Date / Time: 06/16/2013 @ 1905 Hours

Location: 428 Kent Narrows Road, Grasonville

Victim: Ray A. Plasterer of Phenix City Alabama

Kelly Mattes of Alexandria, VA.


Narrative: Sheriff’s Office responded to Red Eyes Dock Bar for an assault. On arrival they located a male subject lying in the parking lot with what appeared to be a broken leg along with several cuts and abrasions. Victim stated a large fight had broken out inside the bar and that his girlfriend had been hit and knocked to the floor. He then got her out of the bar and to their car when he was jumped by several unknown white males who kicked and stomped him while on the ground.


Several subjects believed to have been involved in the fight had been detained by off duty troopers. All of the subjects denied being involved in the fight. Subjects were identified and photographed before being released.


Red Eye Security stated a fight had broken out inside the bar involving 20-30 persons and they had closed the bar and attempted to get everyone out. They were unable to advise what occurred in the parking lot.


Plasterer was taken by ambulance to QA Emergency Center by ambulance. Due to the severity of his injuries he was then taken to Shock Trauma in Baltimore.


Investigation continues…


Deputy: Deputy Steve Matthews

Assist: Dfc. S. Fraser, Deputy N. Burns, MSP

Case: 13-17805





INCIDENT: Found Property

DATE / TIME: 09/01/2013 @ 1430 Hours

LOCATION: Marion Quimby Drive, Stevensville


NARRATIVE: Residents in area located a mountain bike that had been there for a couple of weeks and called the Sheriff’s Office. The owner can call the Sheriff’s Office to identify the bike at (410) 758-0770


DEPUTY: Deputy Kevin Parks

CASE: 13-26462



DATE / TIME: 09/01/2013 @ 1708 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION: 220 Joseph Boyles Road, Centreville

VICTIM: Franklin H. Boyles of Odenton, MD


NARRATIVE: Victim advised he parked his 2000 Peterbilt truck at C and D Concrete on 8/30. When he returned on the 1st he noticed a vent window open and the truck unlocked. Missing from the cab was a General Lee CB Radio case, a Pittsburgh Power Box, an Alpine AM/FM Stereo, a Panasonic TV/DVD Player and an air ratchet and socket set. Items were valued at $5,600.


DEPUTY: Dfc. Larry Steenken

CASE: 13-26471




DATE / TIME: 09/01/2013 @ 1829 Hours

LOCATION: 100 Block of Duhamel Corner Road, Marydel (QA)

VICTIM: Carolynn Atherholt of Marydel, MD

ARREST: Donna Jane Campbell (50) of Marydel

CHARGE: Assault 2nd Degree & Reckless Endangerment


NARRATIVE: An argument occurred between the two women and Ms. Campbell allegedly attempted to throw a pot of boiling water onto the victim. During the struggle it’s reported that Ms. Campbell struck the victim in the face with her fist and ripped her shorts and shirt. The two were then separated by a family member.


Deputies responded and observed the victim’s torn clothing, scratches and redness on her jaw. Other person in the residence also reported seeing Ms. Campbell with the pot of water and the assault.


Donna Campbell was placed under arrest, transported to Sheriff’s Headquarters for processing and later held on a $5000 bond.


DEPUTY: Deputy Jeremy Gardner

CASE: 13-26474




DATE / TIME: 09/01/2013 @ 1934 Hours

LOCATION: 100 Block of Sheaffer Road, Chestertown (QA) MD

VICTIM: See Narrative

ARREST: Michael Robert Portillo (50) of Chestertown

Dominic Joseph Portillo (22) of Chestertown

CHARGE: Assault


NARRATIVE: Michael Portillo reported being at the house getting some files for business when his son, Dominic Portillo confronted him. Both subjects had blood on their shirts, both admitted to striking the other and neither wanted medical attention. The room where the fight occurred had furniture turned over, broken items and blood on the wall and floor.


Both subjects were arrested and charged with Assault 2nd Degree and after processing at Sheriff’s Headquarters, were released on their own recognizance by a District Court Commissioner.


DEPUTY: Sgt. Earl “Duke” Johnston

ASSIST: Chestertown Police

CASE: 13-26479



DATE / TIME: 09/01/2013 @ 1922 Hours

LOCATION: Wicomico Road, Stevensville

VICTIM: See Narrative


NARRATIVE: Deputies were dispatched to a residence for a report of two siblings assaulting each other. On arrival it was reported that two brothers aged 24 and 25 had assaulted each other while attending a party. The argument occurred because one was a Dallas Cowboys fan and the other is a Green Bay Packers fan. Neither wanted charges and one of the brothers left after calling for a ride to stay elsewhere.


DEPUTY: Deputy Charles Harris

ASSIST: Deputy Chris Neall

CASE: 13-26478



DATE / TIME: 09/01/2013 @ 2155 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION: Outlet Center Drive, Queenstown

VICTIM: Samia Yesuf of Arlington VA


NARRATIVE: Victim reported shopping at the Outlets earlier that evening. She advised she went into several stores leaving her car unlocked. Upon returning home she realized that her I-Phone and Apple lap top were missing. The items were valued at $1200.


DEPUTY: Deputy Jeremy Gardner

CASE: 13-26491



DATE / TIME: 09/01/2013 @ 2206 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION: Outlet Center Drive, Queenstown

VICTIM: Christopher Garito of Centreville VA


NARRATIVE: Victim reported shopping at the Outlets earlier that evening. He advised he had left his Samsung Galaxy s-4 phone somewhere there. Once he realized the phone was missing he called Sprint who travcked the phones location in Washington DC. The phone was valued at $600.


DEPUTY: Deputy Jeremy Gardner

CASE: 13-26492


INCIDENT: Sex Offense

DATE / TIME: 09/01/2013 @ 2237 Hours

LOCATION: Kent Narrows, Grasonville

VICTIM: Female (22) of Centreville


NARRATIVE: Victim reported she was touched inappropriately by four African American males while on Wells Cove Road. Victim reported talking to the men earlier at Red Eyes Dock Bar and when she saw them again on Wells Cove Road, they picked her up and touched her thru her clothing. Victim stated she screamed and was let go when a security guard from The Jetty approached. On arrival, the victim indicated a group of men at the Jetty as suspects but then later stated they were not the correct men. Security personnel at Red Eyes were contacted who reported the victim earlier had been asking the suspects for drinks. The bartender advised the men paid for their tab with cash. The only other informat6ion was that they were believed to owners of a “Gentlemens” Club somewhere and had left in a black 4-door sedan.


DEPUTY: Deputy Chris Neall

ASSIST: Dep. C. Harris, Dep. T. Copper – Security staffs @ Red Eyes & The Jetty

CASE: 13-26493



DATE / TIME: 09/02/2013 @ 0804 Hours

LOCATION: 600 Block of Bowers Road, Chestertown (QA)

VICTIM: Randall Hutton of Chestertown


NARRATIVE: Victim reported finding that someone had removed approximately 1700 feet of copper wire from his Reinke Irrigation system located in a field of crops. The theft is believed to have occurred in the past two days. Damages were estimated between $10,000 to $15,000.


DEPUTY: Dfc. Seth Ambrose

CASE: 13-26528



DATE / TIME: 09/02/2013 @ 1213 Hours

LOCATION: 2120 Piney Creek Road, Chester

VICTIM: Xtra Mart

CITIED: Gregory Allan Schauber (66) of Milford DE.

CHARGE: Reckless Driving, Negligent Driving and Failure to remain at scene of accident


NARRATIVE: Sheikh Asadullah at Xtra Mart reported someone had backed into a gas pump damaging it enough to cause a gas leak and then left the scene. Security footage showed a gold colored Chrysler Sebring Convertible backing into the pump. The driver, an older looking white male has exited his car, checked the damage and then left. Damages were estimated at $8000.


Information was gained from the credit card company and the subject was located with the assistance of Milford Police in Delaware. On September 7th, Gregory Schauber was issued citations for the incident at the Sheriff’s Headquarters.


DEPUTY: Deputy Andrew Neall

CASE: 13-26560


INCIDENT: Burglary

DATE / TIME: 09/03/2013 @ 1540 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION: 103 Walnut Street, Church Hill MD

VICTIM: Church Hill Theater


NARRATIVE: Victims advised the theater had been broken into twice in the past 10 days with vandals had damaged a mannequin and cosmetics. Other items had been thrown about but not damaged. Also keys were missing and the theater had the locks changed. Nothing was reported missing. Damages were estimated at $200.


DEPUTY: Cpl. C.J. Green

CASE: 13-26690


INCIDENT: Domestic

DATE / TIME: 09/03/2013 @ 1321 Hours

LOCATION: 100 Block of Cee Jay Road, Chestertown (QA)

VICTIM: Benjamin L. McClements of Chestertown

ARREST: Charlie Hands Collins Jr. (60) of Chestertown

CHARGE: Assault


NARRATIVE: Deputies responded to Cee Jay Road for a physical domestic with threat of a gun. On arrival they were told that the suspect had fled in a white dodge truck. Victim advised that his step-father had been involved in a domestic with his mother and when he intervened Collins had threatened to shoot him with a pellet gun. Collins had also cursed him and then grabbed the victims head. Victims reported that Collins had been drinking heavily and had the victim’s mother drive him to Duck Neck Campground. Later in the evening a warrant and protective order had been issued for Collins.


After being notified that the suspect had returned to the residence and was attempting to gain access, Deputies responded and after a search in the nearby woods was taken into custody. Suspected CDS was also located with the suspect. Collins was processed and held on a $60,000 bond at the QA Detention Center. Additional charges are pending lab results.


DEPUTY: Cpl. Chris Green

ASSIST: Deputy A. Neall – Deputy Mitch Jones – Dfc. Stephen Fraser – Cpl. Hick & K9 (Kent Co. Sheriff)

CASE: 13-26700



DATE / TIME: 09/04/2013 @ 0830 Hours

LOCATION: 300 Front Street, Crumpton

VICTIM: Patrick A. McCarthy of Crumpton


NARRATIVE: Victim reported his Horton crossbow and arrows had been taken from his garage from a locked storage room. The items were valued at $850.


DEPUTY: Cpl. Shane Russell

CASE: 13-26796



DATE / TIME: 09/04/2013 @ 0933 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION: Pioneer Point Farm, Centreville

VICTIM: Pioneer Point Farm


NARRATIVE: William Dulin reported sometime between August 22nd and August 28th someone had stolen a red power washer and an air compressor with a blue tank and yellow hose. The items were stored in a barn that at times is unsecured. The two stolen items were valued at $650.


DEPUTY: Dfc. Iris Foster

CASE: 13-26803



DATE / TIME: 09/04/2013 @ 1324 Hours

LOCATION: 700 Block of Marion Quimby Drive, Stevensville

VICTIM: Catherine Miles of Stevensville


NARRATIVE: Victim reported damage to her two vehicles while parked at their residence. A 2006 Mercedes SUV had a punctured tire and scratches on the right side of the vehicle. Her husband’s 1998 Mercedes Convertible was leaking fluid. A closer inspection of this car revealed the transmission lines had been cut. Damages to the two vehicles was estimated at $2700.


DEPUTY: Deputy Kevin Parks

CASE: 13-26833



DATE / TIME: 09/05/2013 @ 0426 Hours

LOCATION: Kent Narrows Park & Ride

VICTIM: Darrick D. McRae of Centreville


NARRATIVE: Victim reports setting his black canvas bag on the ground at the bus stop at Kent Narrows. He then returned to his vehicle and noticed an older model red Ford pickup stop

And the driver, an older white male took the back and drove off. The bag and contents was valued at $35.


DEPUTY: Deputy Charles Harris

CASE: 13-26897


INCIDENT: Trespass on School Property

DATE / TIME: 09/.05/2013 @ 1230 Hours

LOCATION: KI High School, Stevensville

SUSPECT: Male (19) from Stevensville


NARRATIVE: School Resource Deputy at KIHS was advised that a vehicle on school property had a passenger who had been served with a No Trespassing Order in November of 2011. The subject was located a few minutes later in the Old Love Point Park across from the school. The suspect admitted to being on school property in the car. A criminal Summons has been issued charging him with trespassing.


DEPUTY: Deputy Chad Hartmetz

ASSIST: Dfc. Jason Rickard

CASE: 13-26948


INCIDENT: Possession of CDS (Cocaine)

DATE / TIME: 09/06/2013 @ 1540 Hours

LOCATION: Cox Neck Road, Chester


ARREST: Megan Nicole Legg (33) of Chester

CHARGE: Possession of CDS (Cocaine) and Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine


NARRATIVE: A black Pontiac Grand Prix was stopped for speeding on Cox Neck Road. The driver advised she was on her way to a gas station to meet someone and to retrieve money for a friend. After the stop was completed the driver consented to a search of the car which resulted in the seizure of a plastic baggie with suspected cocaine residue in her purse and another baggie with suspected cocaine hidden in a sock under the seat. The driver denied any knowledge of either baggie.


QA Drug Task Force was contacted and seized the CDS, the 1998 Pontiac and $11 in cash. The driver was released at the scene pending charges,.


On September 11th Megan N. Legg was served an arrest warrant for Possession of CDS and possession with intent to distribute.


DEPUTY: Sgt. Mark Carr

ASSIST: Deputy J. Aaron / Detective (QADTF)

CASE: 13-27069



DATE / TIME: 09/07/2013 @ 1121 Hours

LOCATION: 300 Block of Wilson Road, Grasonville

VICTIM: Kenya Wright of Grasonville


NARRATIVE: Victim reported a folding metal dog kennel was left at her front steps and today she realized it to be missing. The kennel was valued at $90.


DEPUTY: Dfc. Seth Ambrose

CASE: 13-27158



DATE / TIME: 09/07/2013 @ 1422 Hours

LOCATION: 431 Outlet Center Drive, Queenstown

VICTIM: Sunglass Hut

ARREST: Pending


NARRATIVE: Employee at the store reported two subjects had been shopping and both made a purchase using credit cards. She also identified both by requesting ID and they had given her their drivers licenses. After the purchase and as they were leaving one of the subjects took two pairs of aviator sunglasses from a display table and left without paying for them. The glasses were valued at just under $400.


Charges are pending.


DEPUTY: Dfc. Seth Ambrose

CASE: 13-27169


INCIDENT: Disturbance Call

DATE / TIME: 09/08/2013 @ 0045 Hours

LOCATION: Davidson Drive, Stevensville

VICTIM: Christopher Lundery of Stevensville

William W. Snyder of Stevensville

Betty W. Snyder of Stevensville

ARREST: Richard Scott Orlowe (49) of Chester

CHARGE: Assault 1st Degree (3 Counts) / Assault 2nd Degree (2 Counts) / 1st Degree Burglary / MDOP


NARRATIVE: Deputies were dispatched to residence for an unknown disturbance. On arrival they noted several pieces of overturned furniture and damaged areas on the walls. Christopher Lundery and William Snyder had Richard Orlowe pinned on the floor and stated he had forced his way into the house armed with a pellet rifle. Orlowe was cuffed and removed from the residence.


Snyder and Lundery reported Orlowe had forced his way in and pointed the gun at Lundery’s face. The gun was knocked aside and with Snyder’s help Orlowe was subdued. At one point Orlowe had calmed down and they allowed him to get up. Orlowe the was reported to become angry again and flipped the dining room table and other pieces of furniture before being pinned to the floor again. Both victims advised that Orlowe had hit each of them several times with his fist.


Orlowe stated he wanted to confront Snyder over CDS issues and the pellet gun was for protection against Snyder’s dogs.


Orlowe was charged with multiple Assault charges, Burglary and MDOP. He was held on a $100,000 bond overnight and released in the morning after a property bond was posted.


DEPUTY: Deputy Nathaniel Burns

ASSIST: Deputy S. Matthews & MSP

CASE: 13-27227



INCIDENT: Failure to Remain at Accident Scene

DATE / TIME: 08/26/2013 @ 0001 Hours

LOCATION: 1921 Dudley Corners Road, near Crumpton

VICTIM: Delmarva Power

CITIED : Eric Wilson Reynolds (23) of Worton, MD

CHARGE: Failure to Remain at Property Damage Accident Scene


NARRATIVE: Deputy responded to the Outpost Store near Crumpton after the report of a pickup striking a light pole and then leaving the scene. Video from the store showed a dark gray Dodge truck striking the pole and a license plate “Fisherman have longer rods” had been left at the scene. The truck was recognized as one parked near the firehouse on Fourth Street. Deputy responded to the location, located the truck with damage consistent to the accident and contacted the owner. Eric W. Reynolds admitted to striking the pole and then leaving. He was issued several traffic citations at that location. Damages to the pole were estimated at $2000.


DEPUTY: Dfc. Jessica Kellogg

CASE: 13-25662


INCIDENT: CDS / Possession of Concealed Deadly Weapon

DATE / TIME: 08/27/2013 @ 0002 Hours

LOCATION: RT 50 @ Chester River Beach Road, Grasonville


ARREST: Christopher Michael Mack (38) of Rockville

CHARGE: Possession of CDS (Marijuana)

Possession of CDS Paraphernalia

Possession of Concealed Deadly Weapon


NARRATIVE: Jeep Wrangler was stopped for excessive speed and the driver was identified as Christopher Mack by a Hawaii driver’s license. A check of the license indicated it was expired and that Mack was suspended in Maryland. During the stop an odor of marijuana was noted and a search on the vehicle resulted in the seizure of CDS paraphernalia (grinder) and a jar with suspected marijuana. In addition a large knife was located was located tucked in on the driver’s side door.


Mack was processed at Sheriff’s Headquarters and later held at the QA Detention Center on a $5000 bail.


DEPUTY: Deputy Kevin Parks

ASSIST: Tpr. Rosdail (MSP)

CASE: 13-25811



DATE / TIME: 08/28/2013 @ 0948 Hours

LOCATION: 200 Block of Bennett Point Road, Queenstown

VICTIM: Greenwood Creek Landscaping


NARRATIVE: Owner reported over the weekend (8/23-8/26) unknown person(s) had cut the lock on his cargo trailer and taken two trimmers, a chainsaw and a back pack blower. The items were valued at $1825.


DEPUTY: Dfc. Jessica Kellogg

CASE: 13-25961



DATE / TIME: 08/28/2013 @ 1519 Hours (REPORTED)

LOCATION: 1100 Block of Price Station Road, Church Hill

VICTIM: Terry Carr of Church Hill


NARRATIVE: Victim reported sometime between March 2013 and August 28th unknown person had stolen a camo Matthews Q2 34” Hunting Bow with detachable quiver from the residence. The bow was valued at $700.


DEPUTY: Dfc. Seth Ambrose

CASE: 13-25987


INCIDENT: Assault – Violation of Protective Order

DATE / TIME: 08/28/2013 @ 1641 Hours

LOCATION: 700 Block of Marion Quimby Drive, Stevensville

VICTIM: Catherine E. Miles of Stevensville

ARREST: Tina Marie Thomas (24) of Stevensville

CHARGE: Violation of Protection Order / Harassment / Stalking


NARRATIVE: Victim reported that Tina Thomas had confronted her and pushed her. The two had argued earlier after Ms. Miles had asked Ms. Thomas not to smoke around the kids at the bus stop. Ms. Miles was referred to the District Court Commissioner for Criminal charges and a protection order.


On 8/29 @ 1330 hours, Ms. Thomas was served a Protection Order issued by the court. At 1528 Hours it was reported that Ms. Thomas had parked in front of the Miles residence blocking their vehicle in. Ms. Thomas was contacted and advised to refrain from contact and harassing Ms. Miles.


At 1619 hours it was reported that a relative of Ms. Thomas was at the bus stop picking up her children. Ms. Thomas however was between the bus stop and the Miles residence within 15 feet of Ms. Miles. A video of the incident was also viewed. Ms. Thomas was placed under arrest for violating the Protection Order. She was also served a Criminal Summons for the earlier alleged assault.


DEPUTY: Dfc. Jessica Kellogg

ASSIST: Deputy Rudy Draper

CASE: 13-25996



DATE / TIME: 08/29/2013 @ 1121 Hours

LOCATION: 600 Block of 4H Park Road, Centreville

VICTIM: Harold Fink of Church Hill:


NARRATIVE: Victim reported he currently rents a storage unit at the location and when he arrived this morning he found a dead cat and that someone had superglued his lock. Victim advised he has had issues with another tenant at the location in the past.


DEPUTY: Deputy Rudy Draper

CASE: 13-26081



DATE / TIME: 08/29/2013 @ 1139 Hours

LOCATION: Ewing Pond Park, Grasonville

VICTIM: Scott Siter of Centreville


NARRATIVE: Victim report fishing at the park and placed his wallet in his tackle box. He stated he briefly moved to another location to fish and when he returned to his original location, the tackle box and wallet were gone. The only persons he reports seeing in the area where two school aged males on bikes. The loss was estimated at $475.


DEPUTY: Cpl. Chris Green

CASE: 13-26082



DATE / TIME: 08/29/2013 @ 1617 Hours

LOCATION: 400 block of Coon Box Road, Centreville

VICTIM: Michael Delayo of Centreville


NARRATIVE: Victim reported his 2007 Snowbear trailer parked in his driveway had been stolen sometime between 2 and 4 PM. The trailer is 7 x 12 made of black steel with a wood floor, a mesh gate and white wheels valued at $2000.


DEPUTY: Dfc. Seth Ambrose

CASE: 13-26128



DATE / TIME: 08/30/2013 @ 1227 Hours

LOCATION: 100 Block of Holly Court, Stevensville

VICTIM: James Lipsner of Stevensville

ARREST: Bradley Steven Blades (22) of Centreville

CHARGE: Theft ($1000 – $10000) / Burglary 4th Degree / Trespass Posted Property / Theft Less than $1000


NARRATIVE: Victim reported his 2013 Mercury 9.9 outboard motor was stolen off his boat at the dock across the street sometime after the 25th. The motor was valued at $1739. The victim also stated that there was a motor similar to theirs listed on Craigslist.


Deputy Ahearn then contacted the seller by email and arranged to meet and purchase the motor. An undercover detective then met the seller and verified that it was the stolen motor. The seller advised he had bought the motor from a male in local pawn shops parking lot in Chester for $850. The seller then paid off his pawn ticket, retrieved the motor and helped load it in the 2nd victim’s vehicle. Further investigation of pawn records showed that Bradley Blades had pawned the motor on August 27th for $400.


After an application was submitted to a District Court Commissioner and a warrant was issued on August 31st. On September 8th, Blades was arrested by Anne Arundel County Police in Edgewater. A District Court Commissioner there released him on his own recognizance.


DEPUTY: Deputy Chris Ahearn

CASE: 13-26199



DATE / TIME: 08/31/2013 @ 0920 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION: Little Creek Landing, Chester

VICTIM: Randolph Johnson of Chester


NARRATIVE: Victim reported someone had broken his rear passenger window out of his 1998 Crown Victoria while parked at the landing. The car was left there shortly after midnight and the damage was discovered around 8 in the morning. Damages to the vehicle was estimated at $600. Victim leaves his car there nightly as he lives on a nearby island accessible only by boat.


DEPUTY: Deputy Kevin Parks

CASE: 13-26304