Police Blotter

 Chestertown Police

FRAUD. Officer Quency Carmon is investigating a Feb. 2 complaint of fraud in the 400-block of Sandpiper Court.

DRUGS. Brian Keith Dunlap, 47, Rising Sun, on Feb. 4, was charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute; possession of a controlled dangerous substance that is not marijuana; and possession of drug paraphernalia (six counts). He initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bail. Cpl. Albert Piasecki investigated.

HARASS. PFC Howard Eveland is investigating a Feb. 5 complaint of electronic mail harassment in the 300-block of Washington Avenue.

ASSAULT. PFC Marty Heinefield is investigating an assault in the 200-block of Devon Drive that was reported Feb. 7.

ASSAULT. PFC Howard Eveland is investigating a reported assault Feb. 7 in the 200-block of Rolling Road.

FTA. Danielle Annette Young, 29, Chestertown, on Feb. 9, was issued a bench warrant for failure to appear in court.

THEFT. PFC Howard Eveland is investigating a Feb. 10 shoplifting complaint at multiple stores in the Washington Square shopping center.

ASSAULT. Kandace Aline Sarratt, 33, Millington, on Feb. 10, was issued an arrest warrant for the Baltimore City Police Department charging her with second-degree assault. She was released on personal recognizance.

THEFT. Detective Cpl. Chris Pavon is investigating a Feb. 11 complaint of fraud-personal identity theft.

FTA. Ebone Jazette Jackson, 37, no fixed address, on Feb. 14, was issued a bench warrant for failure to appear in court on Sept. 24, 2018. She was released on personal recognizance.

ASSAULT. Charde Weaver, 26, Chestertown, on Feb. 15, was issued a summons for second-degree assault (two counts). She was released on personal recognizance. The offenses are alleged to have occurred Feb. 11 in the 200-block of North College Avenue.

 Kent County Sheriff

FTA. Taurize Lamont Curtis, 36, Denton, on Feb. 6, was issued a circuit court body attachment for failure to appear in court. Bail initially was set at $500.

ASSAULT. Deputy Stacey Shockley, on Feb. 6, responded to the 26000-block of Lambs Meadow Road for a reported assault. The people involved were referred to the district court commissioner's office if they wanted to pursue criminal charges, according to a sheriff's office news release.

THEFT. Deputy Ryan Price is investigating a Feb. 7 theft of a Kent County road sign. 

FRAUD. A Rock Hall woman reported that her personal information was taken and possibly used for unemployment fraud. Detective Jordan Proudfoot is investigating the Feb. 8 complaint.

FTA. Ninoshka Marie Colon-Sanchez, 21, Chestertown, on Feb. 10, was issued a circuit court bench warrant for failure to appear in court. She initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bail.

THEFT. Lt. Stuart Lodge is investigating a Feb. 10 reported theft of an all-terrain vehicle from property on Rock Hall Road, Rock Hall.

PROBATION. Dennis Eugene Black, 40, Chestertown, on Feb. 12, was issued two circuit court arrest warrants charging him with violation of probation. He initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bail.

FTA. Tawnya J. Brown, 31, Chestertown, on Feb. 12, was issued a Caroline County District Court bench warrant for failure to appear in court. She was released on $1,500 unsecured bond.

RUNAWAY. A 15-year-old male from the Worton area was returned to his parents after being reported on Feb. 12 as a runaway. He will be referred to the Department of Juvenile Services, according to a sheriff's office news release. Sgt. J. Nicholas Watson investigated.

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