St. Mary's County Police Report for July 11, 2004

Arrest / Violation of Probation: On 07/10/04 at 1815 hours DFC Frank A. Marquart arrested William Alonzo Dunnington, 35, of Hollywood, on an open District Court Bench Warrant for Violation of Probation stemming from an original charge of Uttering Forged Currency in January of 2003. Dunnington is being held at the Detention Center on no bond.

Arrest / False Report of Crime: On 07/10/04 at 1307 hours DFC Christopher L. Morley arrested Stephanie Ann Schoonover, 26, of Ridge, and charged her with False Report of a Crime to a Police Officer. DFC Morley's investigation revealed Schoonover reported to him she had been physically assaulted and had several items of her property damaged by a male acquaintance. DFC Morley interviewed several witnesses and continued to question Schoonover, and learned that she was not assaulted by the male acquaintance, and her property had been damaged by her boyfriend during a domestic dispute. Schoonover was incarcerated at the Detention Center to await bond review.

Arrest / Trespassing: On 07/09/04 at 2200 hours Deputy Harold D. Young arrested Sheila Christine Vernon, 34, of no fixed address, and charged her with Trespassing. Deputy Young's investigation revealed Vernon was previously served a "Notice Not To Trespass" on the grounds of the Canopy Liquors store on Great Mills Road on April 25, 2004. Deputy Young had seen Vernon on the premises at about 1700 and advised her to leave. When he saw her there again at 2155 hours, he placed her under arrest. She was incarcerated to await bond review.

Arrest / Theft: On 07/08/04 at 1300 hours Deputy Robert Steward arrested a male juvenile, 14, of Lexington Park and charged him with Theft Under $500.00. Deputy Steward's investigation revealed the juvenile removed personal items belonging to his mother from the family residence and did not return them. The items had a value of $44.00. The juvenile was charged, processed, and released to the custody of a parent for further disposition by the Department of Juvenile Justice.

Arrest / Assault, Property Destruction: On 07/09/04 at 1940 hours DFC David L. Corcoran arrested Bradford John Moreland, 31, of California, on an open District Court Warrant charging him with Second Degree Assault and Property Destruction under $500.00. The charges were issued as a result of an April 2004 investigation by DFC Richard W. Russell in which he determined Moreland pushed a female acquaintance and destroyed some of her property, valued at $50.00, during a domestic dispute. No injuries were reported. Moreland was incarcerated at the Detention Center to await bond review.

On 07/09/04 at 2349 hour officers responded to the A&E Motel for trespass complaint. While there DFC Stephen E. Myers recognized Kevin Jerome Chase, a wanted check revealed an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear on a Burglary and trespass charge. He was arrested and transported to the SMCDC, held without bail until returned to the Court.

On 07/10/04 at 0140 hours DFC David Yingling and other officers responded to the area of Brass Rail, Great Mills for a reported large disorderly crowd. The crowd was told numerous times by the officers to leave the parking lot. Shante Milburn of Lexington Park, Md was arrested for Disorderly Conduct. The crowd left from the Brass Rail and went to the Sheetz on Great Mills Road. The crowd again became disorderly, after repeated warnings to leave Kevin Troy Williams was arrested by DFC Douglas S. Mills for Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest.

On 07/10/04 at 0200 hours DFC Chad Hartzell and Deputy Eva Snyder responded to Hilton Drive for a reported domestic assault. Once they arrived on the scene their investigation revealed that a verbal alteration had occurred between Troy David Glass and Elizabeth Ann Sorrick. During the altercation which escalated the victim Troy David Glass was cut on the thumb and arm by Elizabeth A Sorrick using a steak knife. Elizabeth A. Sorrick was subsequently arrested and charged with First Degree Assault.

On 07/09/04 at 2145 hours DFC Todd Fleenor and DFC Douglas Mills were conducting an investigation into alcohol violations in the parking lot of Village Liquors. Upon approaching one of the subjects he was observed throwing a small baggie containing cocaine. He was placed under arrest. DFC Frank Fowler responded to the scene. DFC Fowler and his K-9 Sloeuber conducted a scan of the suspects vehicle. After the K-9 alerted a search incident to the investigation revealed a folded twenty dollar bill containing powder cocaine. Arrested and charged with possession of CDS Cocaine was Joseph Timothy Price of Avenue, Md. The cocaine seized was valued at $300.00.

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