St. Mary's County Police Report for July 27, 2004 - Southern Maryland Headline News

St. Mary's County Police Report for July 27, 2004


On 07-27-04, Deputy First Class Richard W. Russell was conducting radar and observed a vehicle driving 63 mph in a 50 mph zone in the Callaway area. Upon stopping the vehicle the occupants were identified as James Edward Nolan and Eileen Day-Jackson. Suspect Nolan was observed attempting to hide a metal smoking device that contained suspected cocaine residue. During the arrest process of suspect Nolan, suspect Day-Jackson became disorderly and started using loud profane language. Day-Jackson was warned to cease the use of profanity, to lower her voice and move away from the arresting Officers several times but failed to do so. Suspect Day-Jackson was subsequently arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct and Obstructing/Hindering in the arrest of suspect Nolan. Suspect Nolan was charged with CDS Possession and CDS Possession: Paraphernalia.

Sheriff's Office Deputy First Class Richard W. Russell located Suspect Paul Edwin Richardson, Jr. at his residence in Hollywood, Maryland. The suspect was served a Criminal Summons for an incident that occurred on or about July 14, 2004. The victim Steven M. Grove alleges that during an argument the suspect shot at him while he was inside his truck. The victim later discovered that the tire on his truck had been blown out as a result of the shot destroying the tire. The type of weapon used in the assault is unknown. The suspect was charged with Assault First Degree, Reckless Endangerment and Malicious Destruction of Property. The Suspect is awaiting a preliminary hearing in the District Court for St. Mary's County.

The Sheriff 's Office responded to McKay's Grocery Store in Lexington Park, St. Mary's County for the report of a Theft. Deputy First Class W. Daniel Ray arrested suspect Wanda Theresa Coles for allegedly stealing two (2) cartons of cigarettes, that she had placed into a purse. The suspect allegedly assaulted the store manager as he attempted to apprehend her. The suspect was also charged with Assault Second Degree.

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