On 10/18/2011 at approximately 0102 hours, Trooper A. Matthai of the Maryland State Police Frederick Barrack was dispatched to attempt to locate a vehicle traveling south bound in the north bound travel lanes of US 15 at Biggs Ford Rd, Frederick, Frederick County Maryland. At 0104 hours while traveling north bound on US 15, Trooper Matthai located a black Nissan Sentra traveling south bound in the north bound travel lanes of US 15 at US 40. The Nissan was weaving in and out of traffic coming from the opposite direction and narrowly avoided striking several vehicles. After turning around, Trooper Matthai initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle which continued for approximately mile before stopping on the left shoulder of US 15 in lane 1 facing the opposite direction of traffic. Trooper Matthai made contact with the driver, identified by her Maryland issued drivers license as Kirsten A Voorhees, 29 of Frederick. Trooper Matthai instructed the subject perform Standardized Field Sobriety Tests to which she failed to perform adequately. Voorhees was placed under arrest for DUI and subsequently transported to the Frederick County Adult Detention Center pending her initial appearance before a District Court Commissioner.
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Members of the Frederick Police Department Drug Enforcement Unit were conducting surveillance when they observed a suspicious vehicle. Officers conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle. Officers recognized the passenger inside of the vehicle as Edward Huskey. A warrant check revealed Huskey had an open warrant through the Frederick County Sheriff's Office. Huskey was placed under arrest. He was searched incident to arrest and officers located PCP on his person.
A further search of the vehicle officers located marijuana and related paraphernalia. The driver Brooke Bunner was placed under arrest. Additionally, a juvenile passenger was also charged with marijuana possession and poss. Paraphernalia. Bunner and Huskey were transported to the Frederick County Adult Detention Center for an appearance before the District Court Commissioner. The juvenile was released into the custody of his parents.
On October 18, 2011 at 0952 hours the Waynesboro Police Dept. was dispatched to 401 North Church St. for an active fight.
Upon arrival it was determined there were three subjects involved in the fight at this location. During the process of handling the fight complaint, all subjects involved were asked to identify themselves as part of investigation. One of the male subjects involved stated he did not have any identification on his person. That male subject provide a name and of birth.
On October 18, 2011 at 11:14 hours the Waynesboro Police Department was dispatched to the area of the Rotary parking lot and Gay Street for a traffic accident involving a vehicle into a pole.
Upon arrival on the scene it was confirmed only one vehicle was involved in the accident. The operator of the vehicle, a Dorothy Taylor stated she was exiting the Rotary parking lot onto Gay Street. She stated she was looking east onto Gay Street. checking for westbound traffic. She stated she pulled out from a stopped position and struck a telephone pole along in the parking lot along Gay St. There did not appear to be any damage to the pole.
The vehicle struck the pole on the right front corner of the bumper and along the right side area of the right front wheel. There was visible damage to the front bumper, right front fender and right front wheel. The wheel was pushed back into the fender well and was not operational. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
Taylor struck her right arm on the steering wheel when she struck the pole. Taylor had pain in her right forearm. The Waynesboro Ambulance Squad was dispatched to the scene. Taylor was transported from the scene and taken to the Waynesboro Hospital for treatment.
Vehicle: Information:Grey in color 2009 Toyota Matrix bearing Pennsylvania registration
On 10/18/11 at 16:32 hours the Waynesboro Police Department was dispatched to 36 Cleveland Ave. to take a report of theft.
Upon arrival contact was made with the complainant, a Paula Wishard. She stated that her daughter's baby stroller was stolen off the side porch of her daughters house. Paula Wishard said she left her daughters house around 23:30 hours on 10/17/11 and saw the stroller on the porch. At approximately 10:00 hours on this date the stroller was discovered missing from the porch.
On 10/17/11 at 13:09 hours it was reported to the Waynesboro Police Department that sometime overnight vehicles were damaged outside of 26 Philadelphia Avenue.
Jose Acosta (31 y.o.a.) stated that sometime overnight his girlfriend's (Dianna Duenas) vehicle was damaged. The vehicle was a blue 2003 Ford Windstar van bearing Pennsylvania registration. He pointed out a dent on the driver side A post at the roof line. There was also a dent to the passenger side rear fender.
Mr. Acosta then pointed out a broken windshield on a white 1996 Ford Club Wagon van bearing Pennsylvania registration. This vehicle is registered to Amber Duenas of Pratt Court; Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. The damage was done to the lower passenger side of the windshield.
On October 16, 2011 at 01:45 hours the Waynesboro Police Department was dispatched to the rear of Gus & Ted's Tavern which is located at 26 S. Potomac Street for a report of criminal mischief to a blue Dodge Caravan.
Upon arrival the complainant, a Marcellina Moore of 458 Mitchell Avenue; Hagerstown, Maryland, advised that she had parked her 2005 Dodge Caravan bearing Maryland registration to the rear of Gus & Ted's Tavern near the blue dumpster. She stated they went inside for a few beers between 1030 PM - 1210 AM. Moore stated when they came outside they found both tires on the drivers side had been stabbed.
Moore stated she had already notified her insurance company and made arrangements for a towing company. Her insurance company advised them that they would need a police report, so they then called the police. She stated that was why there was a delay in police notification.
On 10/16/11 at approximately 1349 hours the Waynesboro Police Department was dispatched to Salzmann Hughes, P. C. Attorneys at Law at 239B East Main Street for a report of criminal mischief.
Contact was made with an individual who stated that upon him and his wife arriving at the business to clean, a window on the west side of the northwest corner of the building was discovered to have been broken by a rock that was thrown through the window. The rock was lying inside on the floor. The rock appeared to have torn through a screen before breaking through the window. The rock also knocked a lamp over on the desk just inside the window, but the lamp did not appear to be broken.
An attorney with the firm, Stephen E. Patterson, was also on scene. Patterson advised that the law firm rents the office space from John A. "Jack" Abbot, III who owns the property. Patterson stated that he contacted Abbott to make him aware of the damage. Abbott estimated the cost to repair the damage at approximately $150.00.
Patterson stated that he had left the office on or about 10/14/11 at approximately 1830 hours and the window was fine. The cleaning person stated he and his wife arrived at the office to clean on today's date at approximately 1300 hours when they noticed the broken window.
On 10/15/11 at approximately at approximately 0800 hours the Waynesboro Police Department met with detectives from the City of Baltimore Police Department. T
The Detectives are part of the Regional Warrant Apprehension Taskforce. A wanted fugitive from the State of Maryland was possibly located at 244 West North Street, Apt. A. The fugitive was a Brian Donnell Cherry (31 y.o.a.) of Baltimore Maryland.
On October 14th, 2011 at approximately 0017 hours members of the Waynesboro Police Department was patrolling near the intersection of N. Franklin Street & W. North Street.
Upon approaching the above mentioned intersection, officers noticed two subjects walking across Franklin Street in the 100 block. The subjects were using the first alley just past the West North Street intersection and had a westbound route of travel. As the subjects were crossing Franklin they looked over in the direction of the officers and instantly stepped up their walking pace and re-entered the alley. The subjects took off running.
Within a short time officers were able to detain two juveniles. The juveniles were identified. Both subjects were in violation of the Boro's Curfew Ordinance.
The juveniles clothing matched the description of subjects attempting to get into a vehicle the previous evening. The juvenile were found to be in possession of a flashlight and latex gloves.
The juveniles were charged with (2 counts each) Criminal Attempt Theft from a motor vehicle, (2 counts each) Loitering or prowling at night, (1 count each) possession of instruments of a crime and (1 count each) Curfew Ordinance violation. The juveniles were released to a parent.
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