Man removes hypodermic needle from his pocket and sprayed the contents of the needle on the ground in attempt to destroy the evidence.

| July 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

Arrested: Johnathan David Willey 25 of Chestertown, Md   Held No Bail

 Dejeune Kiarius Waits 21 of Chestertown, Md  Released on PR

 

DETAILS:

Officers were dispatched to the Chester harbor development in reference to a verbal disturbance. Dispatch informed Deputies in route that the suspect had left the Chester Harbor area and was driving a black in color, Nissan passenger vehicle.

 

A Deputy observed the suspect vehicle driving at a high rate of speed in reverse. The suspect vehicle was observed pulling into the Courtyard Inn located in Chestertown, Queen Anne’s County Md. The driver of the suspect vehicle was described as a tall Caucasian male with an African American female passenger.

 

Deputies arrived at the Courtyard Inn and located the suspect vehicle. Contact was made with the driver who was identified as Johnathan David Willey. Willey attempted numerous times to get out of the vehicle, saying he needed to go inside the building. Willey then removed a hypodermic needle from his pocket, sprayed the contents of the needle on the ground and attempted to destroy the evidence by breaking the needle. Willey was placed under arrest while being placed into an agency patrol vehicle, began to kick at multiple officers, striking those officers.

 

The passenger in the vehicle, identified as Dejeune Waits, requested her bag which was located inside the vehicle. Due to what we located on Willey’s person, and for officer safety, a search of Wait’s bag was conducted for weapons and C.D.S. Once Waits was advised of the search, Waits took a deep breath and looked straight to the ground.

 

A search of the Waits’ bag resulted in the seizure of 17 individual baggies of suspected heroin which was located inside an orange prescription bottle without a label. Two plastic straws containing suspected C.D.S. residue. The total weight is an approximately 3.6 grams of suspected Heroin.

Category: Local Crime

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