Prostitution: On August 4, 2004, members of the Bureau of Criminal Investigations Vice/Narcotics Section conducted an operation in the Lexington Park area to combat prostitution. During the operation, an undercover officer contacted Brenda Lee Alvey 39 yoa of Lexington Park, who was observed standing on the roadside (Great Mills Road) attempting to flag down vehicles. During contact with the undercover officer, Alvey offered to perform a sexual act in exchange for money. Alvey was arrsted and transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center to wait an apperance before the District Court Commissioner on one count of prostitution.
Assault 2nd Degree: On 8/6/04 Dfc. R. Maloy responded to the reported Assault in Mechanicsville, Maryland. Investigation by Dfc. Maloy revealed the Victim, Angela Yates and Suspect Quinton Blackwell were involved in a verbal altercation inside a motor vehicle. Victim Yates alleged Suspect Blackwell struck her in the head with a closed fist. Suspect Blackwell alleged Victim Yates struck him in the eye with a closed fist. Neither party had any visible signs of injury. Both parties were advised of the procedures for obtaining charging documents from the District Court Commissioner.
Theft Over $500: On 8.6/04 Dfc. C. Earle responded to the California area for the reported Theft. Investigation by Dfc. Earle revealed the victim, Kathleen Burke, left her vehicle unattended in the parking lot and upon returning discovered unknown culprit(s) had removed her Doberman Pincher and wallet from the vehicle. Loss is valued at $1030.00
Destruction of Property: On 8/7/04 Dfc. R. Maloy responded to the Dash-In parking lot in Leonardtown for the reported Property Destruction. Investigation revealed unknown culprit(s) broke the rear window on Victim Leslie Almberg's 1990 Ford festiva. Loss valued at $200.00
Driving While Intoxicated: On 8/7/04 Dfc S. Clark responded to a motor vehicle accident on Md. Rt. 5 in Great Mill's Maryland. Investigation revealed the driver of the vehicle, Thomas W. Hicks, age 33, lost control of his vehicle and struck a fence. Upon conversing with Mr. Hicks, Dfc. Clark detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from Mr. Hicks person. Mr. Hicks failed the administered field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest. Mr. Hicks submitted to an Intoximeter Test with a .17 BAC and was charged with Driving While Intoxicated.
Driving While Intoxicated: On 8/7/04 Dfc. C. Earle observed a vehicle exceeding the posting limit on Md. Rt. 235, Lexington Park, Maryland. A vehicle stop was initiated and upon conversing with the operator, Charles E. Danford, age 30, Dfc. Earle detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from Mr. Danford's person. Mr. Danford failed the administered field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest. Mr. Danford submitted to an Intoximeter Test with a .12 BAC and was charged with Driving While Intoxicated.
Driving While Intoxicated: On 8/8/04 Dfc. C. Earle observed a vehicle exceeding the posted speed limit on Great Mill's Road, Lexington Park, Maryland. A vehicle stop was initiated and upon conversing with the operator, Raymond Louis Holt, 3rd, age 21, Dfc Earle detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from Mr. Holt's person. Mr. Holt failed the administered field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest. Mr. Holt refused to submit to an Intoximeter Test and was subsequently incarcerated in the Detention Center pending an appearance before the District Court Commissioner.
Juvenile Body Attachment: On 8/8/04 Dfc. S. Clark located a 15 year old juvenile in the California area wanted on a Circuit Court Body Attachment. The Juvenile was transported to Cheltenham Youth Facility pending further action by the Circuit Court.
Assault 2nd Degree/Resisting Arrest/Warrant Service: On 8/8/04 Deputy K. Moritz received information a vehicle reported stolen in Charles County was in the Morganza area. Deputy Moritz located the vehicle and initiated an investigation. Further investigation revealed the suspect, Paul C. Johnson, age30 was in a nearby residence. Deputy Moritz and K-9 Officer Dfc. Gerhardt located Suspect Johnson in the residence and placed him under arrest for an outstanding District Court Warrant. While escorting Suspect Johnson to the police cruiser, Suspect Johnson struck Dfc. Moritz with his head, head butting the officer. Suspect Johnson was subsequently incarcerated in the Detention Center charged with Assault 2nd Degree, Resisting Arrest, and served the Warrant.
On 08/06/04 Deputy Jay Kirkner served a criminal summons on Kimberly Therese Deboy for possession of CDS-Marijuana and Possession of CDS Paraphernalia. The charges were obtained by Deputy Kirkner based upon an arrest for Driving While Intoxicated on 071204.
On 08/06/04 DFC Patrick Handy stopped a vehicle being driven by James Edward Nolan, known to DFC Handy as not having a license and being suspended. Nolan was charged with Driving while suspended. Pursuant to that investigation the passenger identified himself as Steven Hill. Further investigation revealed his actual name is Kevin Lamont Hill and was wanted out of Charles County. As he was being searched a piece of cardboard fell out of his pants leg. That piece of cardboard was recovered and found to contain Cocaine. Kevin Lamont Hill was arrested and charged with Possession of Cocaine and served a warrant from Charles County for Failure to Appear for a possession of CDS charge.
On 08/07/04 DFC Patrick Handy responded to the Brass Rail for a reported Trespass complaint. Upon his arrival the Security at Brass Rail advised that Dwayne Scott Higgs was asked to leave the property. He was again asked to leave by the Security and by DFC Handy. He refused to leave was arrested and charged with Trespassing.
On 08/06/04 DFC Emory Johnson was dispatched to the area of Charlotte Hall Motel for a possible stolen vehicle. DFC Johnson located the vehicle and confirmed that the vehicle was stolen from Prince Georges County on 061304. The vehicle was stored and Prince Georges County notified the owner.
On 08/06/04 Deputy Eva Snyder off-duty was contacted by the employee of Sheetz, Great Mills for a theft. It was reported that a known suspect had obtained gasoline and drove off without paying same. Deputy Snyder will be obtaining charges against the suspect.
On 08/07/04 SDFC Gene Hill responded to Goddard Court for a reported field fire. His investigation revealed that a juvenile who lives near Goddard Court had set the field on fire which was put out by neighbors. The juvenile was located and charged with Malicious Burning, Second Degree.
On 08/06/04 Deputy Eva Snyder responded to te St. Mary's county Detention Center for a reported Escape. Deputy Snyder charged Bryan Andre Carter with Escape 2nd Degree for failing to report to the Detention Center as Court ordered.
On 08/08/04 Dep Michael Worrey located and served a warrant on Clark Marcell Riche of Hollywood. The warrant was for Possession of CDS not Marijuana and Possession of CDS Paraphernalia. The investigation conducted by DFC Michael Labanowski on 092102 revealed that Clark Riche was in possession of a Crack Cocaine smoking device which contained crack cocaine.
On 08/07/04 at Saratoga Drive and Midway Drive Deputy Jay Kirkner responded to a reported hit and run motor vehicle accident. As a result of the investigation a lookout was broadcast for a Red Chevrolet Cavalier. Deputy Eva Snyder located the vehicle near South Shangri-La Drive and Missouri Avenue. The driver identified as Kevin Eugene Watts was placed under arrest. During the arrest he began resisting and was handcuffed by Deputy Snyder and DFC Patrick Handy. He was charged with Leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Accident and Resisting Arrest.
On 08/07/04 DFC Emory Johnson served a Criminal Summons on Zack Matingly for telephone misuse. The criminal summons alleges that Zack Mattingly has continued to call and harass Timothy Bennett Moore.
On 08/06/04 DFC Edward Evans was approached by a subject reporting an assault. DFC Evans located the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. The driver identified as George Robert Thornton of Hollywood was driving erratically and smelled of an alcoholic beverage. He failed roadside sobriety tests and was given an Intoximeter tests and was charged with riving Under the Influence.
On 08/08/04 DFC Patrick Handy was running radar and observed a vehicle traveling 54 in a 30 mph, the vehicle was stopped and the driver identified as Nathaniel James Hallack of Virginia Beach, Virginia. A license check revealed that his privilege to drive was suspended. He was arrested. A search incident to that arrest revealed that he had $20.00 worth of Marijuana on him.