Calvert Sheriff’s arrest briefs for April 24, 2018

On April 19, 2018 Dfc. T. Buckler responded to Fastop in Chesapeake Beach for the report of a disorderly subject. Terrell Stepney (25) was told multiple times that he needed to leave the store, but he refused. Stepney was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with Trespassing.

 
Terrell Stepney

 


On April 21, 2018 Dfc. Bradley responded to Buckets Sports Bar in Lusby for the report of a disorderly subject. Dfc. Callison was on scene with the subject, later identified as Franky Delph Jr (40). Delph was asked to leave the property multiple times, however, he refused and continued to yell and curse at the officers. He was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with Disorderly Conduct, Failure to Obey a Lawful Order, Resisting Arrest and Trespassing.

 
Franky Delph Jr

 


On April 21, 2018 Dfc. Y. Bortchevsky responded to Brookeview Court, Chesapeake Beach for the report of a suspicious vehicle. Dfc. Bortchevsky approached the vehicle and noticed the rear passenger, Bobby Lewis King Jr (33), trying to hide a clear baggie under his shirt. King was removed from the vehicle and searched. He was not in possession of the baggie, however, a plastic baggie was located in the grass right outside the door where King sat in the vehicle. King was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center. While at the Detention Center, Dfc. Bortchevsky checked the crease of the seat where King sat during transport and found two baggies with a white powdery substance, one baggie with a grey powdery substance, and one baggie with 3 blue pills. King was charged with CDS: Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine, Heroin and Oxycodone.

 
Bobby Lewis King Jr

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