Incident Briefings February 11-14, 2017
BURGLARY: On Feb. 13 at 5:55 a.m., unknown suspect(s) broke into three storage sheds in the 2500 block of Old Washington Road in Waldorf and stole tools. M/Cpl. W. R. Jackson is investigating.
BURGLARY: On Feb. 13 at 1:45 a.m., unknown suspect(s) broke into several sheds in the 2700 block of Old Washington Road and stole tools. Pfc S. Chandler is investigating.
OFFICERS RECOVER DRUGS WHILE INVESTIGATING SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: On Feb. 12 at 10:35 p.m., officers responded to the 8700 block of Plenty Highlands Place in La Plata for the report of suspicious activity. A witness observed people moving things from a vacant house. Upon approach, officers observed a large quantity of marijuana on the kitchen counter. Vice/Narcotics officers responded and obtained a search warrant where they recovered over two pounds of marijuana; counterfeit money; and other drug paraphernalia. Michael Garrett Hardy, 25, of Glenn Dale; Alexandria Esposito, 20, of Port Tobacco; Gerome Lee Rogers, 25 of Port Tobacco; and William Atha Westry, 20, of Washington, D.C. were arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute.
TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO DRUG ARREST: On Feb. 11 at 9:25 a.m., officers initiated a traffic stop in the area of Lombard Drive and Lexington Drive in Waldorf after observing a violation. Upon approaching the car, officers detected the odor of marijuana. Officers recovered 15 bags of marijuana and a variety of prescription drugs inside the vehicle. Deante Farrel Proctor, 29, of Pomfret, was arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute drugs. Pfc. C. Chamblee is investigating.
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