Home Carroll County Carroll County Sheriff’s Office arrests two for theft from Ulta Beauty in...

Carroll County Sheriff’s Office arrests two for theft from Ulta Beauty in Eldersburg


“Sheriff’s Office arrests two for theft from Ulta Beauty”

On Saturday, January 13th, 2024, at approximately 1:06 PM, Carroll County Sheriff’s Office Deputies, along with Troopers from the Maryland State Police, and Officers with the Sykesville Police Department responded to the Ulta Beauty store located at 6400 Ridge Road, Eldersburg, for the report of a theft in progress.

Arriving Deputies were informed that two suspects had been involved in the theft, and that at least one of them had entered a white Chevrolet Equinox. While obtaining additional information from employees, the vehicle was spotted, and a traffic stop initiated on Eastbound Liberty Road near Oakland Mills Road.

In addition to the driver, two passengers matching the description of the suspects from the theft were found in the vehicle. While the Deputy was gathering information, the rear seat passenger exited the vehicle and began to walk away. When the Deputy went to detain this suspect, she resisted and tried to pull away. The Deputy was able to place her in handcuffs, and no injuries were reported. This suspect was identified as Myesha Renae Brown, a 34 year old female with a Baltimore address.

The second suspect was identified as Kree Donaee Butler, a 27 year old female with a Baltimore address. Butler was transported to Carroll County Central Booking and charged with theft.

Myesha Brown was also transported to Carroll County Central Booking. During the intake process, several items of suspected CDS were located, including a small baggie containing suspected marijuana, a small container with suspected cocaine, and several items of CDS paraphernalia. Brown was charged with theft, resist/interfere with arrest, possession of CDS paraphernalia, and possession of contraband in place of confinement.

(L) Myesha Brown, (R) Kree Butler

(All individuals are presumed innocent of the pending charges until proven guilty in a court of law)

The stolen property belonging to Ulta Beauty was located in the vehicle and returned to the store. Both Brown and Butler posted bond and were released. The driver was not observed participating in the shoplifting and was released without charges.


Information above was reported on January 16, 2024 (See Post)

Here is the location of Ulta Beauty in Eldersburg:

View in Google Maps

Be sure to follow the various social media accounts for The Observer:

Previous articleCarroll County Public Schools decide to close on January 16th due to snow
Next articleTaneytown Police look to identify driver involved in a hit and run collision causing damage to property

Leave a Reply