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Free Lance-Star reporter Robyn Sidersky covers Caroline County government and schools. You can reach her at 540/374-5413 or rsidersky@freelancestar.com. You can follow coverage on Facebook or Twitter as well.

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Sheriff’s report

  • On July 12, 2011, Deputy J.O. Cecil encountered Andre P. Ferguson, 32, of Bowling Green.  Upon further investigation, he was charged with possession of marijuana.  He was released on a summons and has a July 24, 2011 court date

 

  • On July 14, 2011, Deputy S.L. Chapman conducted a routine traffic stop.  Upon further investigation, Richard L. Williams, 42, of Ruther Glen, was charged with being in violation of a protective order.  He was released on a $2,000 unsecured bond and has a pending court date.

 

  • On July 15, 2011, Sergeant C.A. Heywood conducted a routine traffic stop.  Upon further investigation, Terri L. Ferguson, 48, of Supply, VA, was charged with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, driving under the influence, refusal to submit test, dangling objects, and for a fictitious inspection.  He was held on a $2,000 secured bond and has a July 27, 2011 court date.

 

  • On July 16, 2011, Sergeant C.A. Heywood conducted a routine traffic stop.  Upon further investigation, Brandon L. Reece, 24, of Ackokeek, MD, was charged with reckless driving and driving suspended.  He was released on a summons and has a July 20, 2011 court date.

 

  • On July 04, 2011, Deputy J.K. Miller responded to a suspicious person call in the Bowling Green area.  Upon further investigation, James W. Clarke, 46, of Bowling Green, was charged with being drunk in public.  He was released on a $2,500 unsecured bond and has a July 27, 2011 court date.

Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Wrap Up

According to Sheriff Tony Lippa, Caroline Deputies made 6 drug arrests, 3 domestic violence arrests, 69 other criminal arrests and issued 2 animal control summons or arrests during the past week.  The deputies served 193 civil papers, issued 259 traffic summonses, handled 7 motor vehicle crashes, responded to 28 alarm calls, and dealt with 1 juvenile offender.  The Sheriff’s Office Communications Center dispatched 586 calls for service and handled 1,758 telephone inquiries. The CCSO also logged 30 calls assisting outside agencies and had 345 self-initiated calls.Your browser may not support display of this image.

 

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