On July 2, 2018 Dfc. Rediker responded to Mandela Court, Port Republic in regards to a suspicious vehicle/person. He made contact with the suspect, Steven Kartney Smith (29), who was smoking marijuana. A search of Smith’s person revealed a baggie of marijuana, a blue pill wrapped in plastic, brass knuckles, and two cut straws with CDS residue. Emergency Communications advised the suspect had an open warrant through Baltimore County. Smith was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia, CDS: Possession-Not Marijuana and Concealing a Dangerous Weapon.
|Steven Kartney Smith|
On July 2, 2018 Dfc. Rediker responded to Cassell Blvd, Prince Frederick in regards to a mental subject. The victim advised her grandson, Darkari Nivek Milburn (18), has been acting extremely disorderly and damaged all of her belongings within the residence. Milburn continued to be argumentative and make derogatory threats towards the officers. He was placed in the back of Dfc. Rediker’s vehicle and began hitting his head against the window in a violent manner. Milburn was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with Arson/Threat.
|Darkari Nivek Milburn|
On July 6, 2018 Deputy Sampson conducted a traffic stop at Traskers Blvd and Route 4. The driver, Francesca Santini (27), gave consent to search the vehicle. Deputy Sampson located burnt copper in the passenger side door, a glass pipe with burn marks at both ends, and a napkin that contained small nuggets of suspected crack cocaine in her purse. Santini was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with CDS: Possession-Not Marijuana and CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia.
On July 7, 2018 Deputy Ridgely responded to Well St, Huntingtown for the report of a vehicle theft. The victim advised she bought a 2010 Mercury Milan for her grandson, Sean Michael Tettimer (25). Tettimer advised he gave the vehicle to one of his friends for the day for $200, but did not know the friend’s name. Deputy Ridgely noticed a cut straw on the floor, and Sean advised he snorts Fentanyl. The CDS was packaged and transported to the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office. Tettimer was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with Theft: $1,500 to Under $25,000, CDS: Possession-Not Marijuana and CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia.
|Sean Michael Tettimer|
On July 7, 2018 Deputy R. Shrawder conducted a traffic stop at HG Trueman Road and Route 4. The driver, Nichole Hobar (37), was shaky and her speech was slurred, therefore, she was asked to exit the vehicle for a field sobriety test. Inside the vehicle, numerous pill bottles were discovered as well as three cell phones and a large amount of cash. Hobar was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where she was charged with CDS Possession with Intent to Distribute.
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