QA Sheriff Press Releases – 11/12/2012

INCIDENT: Burglary

DATE / TIME: 11/05/2012 @ 1432 (Reported)

LOCATION: 4H Park, Dulin Road, Centreville

VICTIM: Karl E. Naecker of Grasonville


NARRATIVE: Victim advised he had parked his RV/Camper at the 4H park to avoid the storm and possible flooding. After the storm he checked the camper and it was OK. On November 3rd, the victim returned to get his camper and discovered that his Honda generator had been taken from the rear of the camper. He also found that a lock had been cut from the entrance door and entry had been made inside. The only item missing was the generator which was valued at $2000.


DEPUTY: Dfc. Zach House

CASE: 12-31253


INCIDENT: Medical Emergency

DATE / TIME: 11/06/2012 @ 1306 Hours

LOCATION: Castle Marina, Chester

VICTIM: Male (54) of Chester


NARRATIVE: Deputies responded to area for a report of a suicidal subject possibly with a firearm. On arrival they located the subject walking outside his residence. The man told deputies that he wanted to go to the hospital because he felt like harming people. No weapons were located and the man was transported to Anne Arundel Medical Center.


DEPUTY: Deputy Whitney Elliott

ASSIST: Dfc. L. Steenken

CASE: 12-31373



DATE / TIME: 11/06/2012 @ 1611 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION: Main Street, Queen Anne

VICTIM: Tayler R. Barrick of Queen Anne


NARRATIVE: Homeowner reported that a subject had been staying at the house and that cash had been missing on several occasions and the subject was asked to leave. The residents checked their valuables and realized that a class ring was missing. The ring was described as white gold with a green stone with Tayler across the stone. One side has “2010” and a nursing symbol and the opposite side has “Lions”, Pom Poms and a Megaphone. It’s value was placed at $300.


DEPUTY: Dfc. Zach House

CASE: 12-31393


INCIDENT: Medical Emergency

DATE / TIME: 11/06/2012 @ 1954 Hours

LOCATION: Main Street, Queenstown

VICTIM: Female (47) of Queenstown


NARRATIVE: Victim had been found sitting inside her vehicle while it was parked running in the garage. After being checked by paramedics at the scene she was transported to Easton Memorial by Patrol Car for assistance.


DEPUTY: Dfc. Chris Ahearn

ASSIST: QA Paramedics

CASE: 12-31429



DATE / TIME: 11/07/2012 @ 0217 Hours

LOCATION: Romancoke Road, Stevensville


ARREST: Jonathan Travis Nolan-Messick (22) of Grasonville



NARRATIVE: Deputy Harris observed a black Ford passenger car traveling at a high rate of speed. When he pulled behind it, the Ford immediately pulled into a driveway and shut the lights off. The driver was identified as Jonathan Nolan-Messick who was wanted on a warrant by MSP. The passengers were released at the scene and Nolan-Messick was placed under arrest and seated in the rear of the patrol car. While in the patrol car, Nolan-Messick was able to get his handcuffed hands in front and began to bang on the car’s windows. Nolan-Messick was removed from the car and as deputies went to re-handcuff him again, Nolan-Messick began to resist. During the scuffle, the 2012 Dodge Charger was scratched and dented on the rear quarter panel. Nolan-Messick continued to resist until he was stunned by an electric control device. Nolan-Messick was transported to Sheriff’s Headquarters for processing and charges, which included several traffic citations, MDOP, assault and resisting arrest and the MSP Warrant. Nolan-Messick was held on a $7500 bail by a District Court Commissioner.


DEPUTY: Deputy Charles Harris

ASSIST: Deputy C. Ahearn

CASE: 12-31463



DATE / TIME: 11/07/2012 @ 1126 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION: 700 Block of Ell Downes Road, Ingleside

VICTIM: Pete Rossing of Henderson


NARRATIVE: Builder John Coursey reported a theft at a house he is building on Ell Downes Road. Mr. Coursey reported finding about fifty feet of copper pipe located in a crawl space from the air conditioning unit missing. The air handler was also damaged. Mr. Coursey stated the theft could have occurred over the past several weeks as the theft was not discovered until the HVAC contractor returned to complete the job. The theft and damages were estimated at $3000. The owner of the new home stated he had not seen any suspicious persons or vehicles at the location.


DEPUTY: Deputy Steve Matthews.

CASE: 12-31489



DATE / TIME: 11/08/2012 @ 0340 Hours

LOCATION: 3100 Block of Bennett Point Road, Queenstown


ARREST: Tyler James Wallace (19) of Queenstown



NARRATIVE: Sheriff’s Units were dispatched to the location for a report of a possible vehicle accident. On arrival, a black jeep was located sitting in the middle of the road blocking both ;lanes of traffic. The jeep had a large amount of mud on it and the deputy could see a front yard that had been damaged by someone doing “Doughnuts”. The driver was seated in the jeep and identified as Tyler Wallace. The deputy observed several possible indicators of driving after consuming alcohol and asked Wallace to attempt several field sobriety tasks. After attempting the tasks, Wallace was placed under arrest for DWI and Reckless Driving, transported to Sheriff’s Headquarters for processing and later released to a sober individual.


DEPUTY: Deputy Chris Ahearn

CASE: 12-31538



DATE / TIME: 11/08/2012 @ 0652 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION: Cove Road, Queenstown

VICTIMS: Edward F. Dunn, William A. Robinson, and Bennett Point Community

ARREST: Pending Investigation


NARRATIVE: Victims reported someone had driven thru a yard and had knocked over a mailbox. The damage is believed to have occurred around 2200 hours but there was no description of a suspect vehicle. The was also a report of damaged grass and a broken fence near the community area. Damages were estimated at $300. Investigation remains open.


DEPUTY: Deputy Nathaniel Burns

CASE: 12-31541


INCIDENT: CDS Possession

DATE / TIME: 11/08/2012 @ 0854 Hours

LOCATION: Chesapeake College, Wye Mills


ARREST: Pending



NARRATIVE: Security Director at the college reported that a student at the Upper Wye School had turned in a small amount of suspected marijuana and stated it belonged to a parent. Before the parent was contacted, the parent had come to the school wanting to see the child and wanted the student’s book bag. On arrival, the parent was still in the parking lot and contacted by Deputy Matthews. The parent admitted to the possession during an interview. Charges are pending.


DEPUTY: Deputy Steve Matthews

ASSIST: Security Director David Jones

CASE: 12-31554


INCIDENT: Medical Emergency

DATE / TIME: 11/08/2012 @ 1015 Hours

LOCATION: Long Point Road, Grasonville

VICTIM: Male (70’s) of Grasonville


NARRATIVE: Due to a report of a male making suicidal comments to family members, Deputy Hartmetz responded to the residence. The male stated he was stressed over the election results. The male agreed he made the comments and to being transported to Anne Arundel Medical Center for assistance.


DEPUTY: Deputy Chad Hartmetz

CASE: 12-31559



DATE / TIME: 11/08/2012 @ 1230 Hours

LOCATION: Marion Quimby Drive / Creek Side Commons Stevensville

VICTIM: James B. Vale 3rd of Greensboro


NARRATIVE: Deputies called to the Medical Center in Grasonville for a subject who had been assaulted. Vale reported being assaulted by five or six males as he was coming out of a residence behind Food Lion in Stevensville. Vale stated one of the subjects was the ex-boyfriend of a female friend. Vale stated one of the males grabbed him from behind and the ex-boyfriend began to strike him with his fists. Vale had injuries to his eye, small cuts and scrapes on his arms and elbows and complained about a pain in the rear of his head. Investigation remains open at this time.


DEPUTY: Deputy Chad Hartmetz

CASE: 12-31559