On 08/25/04 Deputy Jay Kirkner responded to Cox Drive, Mechanicsville for a reported assault. Contact was made with the victim Trina Lynn Vagell who advised that her ex-boyfriend had pointed a shotgun at her and threatened to kill. Deputy Kirkner's investigation revealed that the suspect pointed a 12 gauge shotgun at the victim threatened to kill her and struck her numerous times with his fists causing bruises to her chest, legs and back. The suspect also fired the shotgun in the air outside the residence. Deputy Kirkner and DFC Emory Johnson located the suspect Ilija Pusica Dulovich Jr of Mechanicsville and arrested him. He was charged with First Degree Assault, 2nd Degree Assault and Reckless Endangerment. He was incarcerated awaiting a bond hearing.
On 08/25/04 DFC Patrick Handy observed a vehicle being driven at a high rate of speed across the Brass Rail parking lot and failing to stop at Flat Iron Road. The vehicle was stopped and the driver was identified as Donna Marie Dambrosio of Great Mills. An odor of alcoholic beverage was detected. DFC Handy administered roadside sobriety tests. The driver was arrested and charged with Driving while impaired by alcohol.
On 08/26/04 DFC Randy Wood arrested Michael Allen King of Lexington Park on an outstanding warrant. Michael King was charged on a bench warrant for failure to appear for driving while suspended, a bench warrant for 4 counts of violation of Ex-parte Orders and warrant for 2nd degree assault against Steven C. Hunt which occurred on 07/10/04. Michael King was incarcerated pending a bond hearing.
On 08/25/04 DFC Michael Labanowski served a criminal summons on Gail Lynn Winfield of Piney Point for reckless endangerment. DFC Labanowski's investigation revealed that on 06/27/04 Gail Winfield engaged in conduct by discharging firearms creating a risk to neighbors.
On 08/26/04 DFC Patrick Handy served a criminal summons on Jeffrey M. Travers of Lexington Park. It was charged that on 08/12/04 Jeffrey Travers was trespassing at Canopy Liquors and consuming alcoholic beverages in public.
On 08/26/04 DFC Patrick Handy served a criminal summons on Joan Elizabeth Baker of Lexington Park. It was charged by John Janifer that on or about 08/22/04 at Colony Square Joan Baker assaulted John Janifer. She was charged with assault 2nd degree.
On 08/27/04 at 1745 hours while on patrol in Lexington Park near Cadillac Jacks, DFC Michael Labanowski observed several subjects acting in a suspicious manner. As he approached the parking lot, the passenger leapt from the vehicle and fled. A third person standing outside the vehicle began to walk away. As DFC Labanowski approached the vehicle he observed the grip of a handgun protruding from the glove box. He immediately requested additional units and detained the subject outside the vehicle and the driver of the vehicle. When other units arrived DFC Labanowski placed both of the subjects in custody. He discovered a plastic bag containing crack cocaine lying at the feet of the person outside the vehicle and a plastic bag containing 10 pills of Ecstasy at the drivers door. The person outside the vehicle was identified as Joseph Michael Cocimano, 38, of St. Inigoes. The driver gave his name as John Robert McDowell. He was later identified as David Timothy Knott, 19 of Lexington Park.
A lookout was placed for the suspect that fled. He was located and after a short foot chase and was apprehended by members of the Maryland State Police and the Sheriff's Office. He was identified as Jonathan Bascon Nabisaga, 24 of Great Mills. The following charges were filed: Joseph Cocimano Possession of CDS-Cocaine, Jonathan Nabisaga, Possession of CDS-Cocaine, David Knott, Possession of CDS-Ecstasy, False Statement to a Police Officer, and a warrant was served on him for Failure to Appear to answer the following charges, Possession of CDS-Cocaine, False Statement to a Police Officer. The CDS seized was valued at: Cocaine $40.00, Ecstacy-$200.00. Also seized was $463.00 in US Currency.
On 08/28/04 DFC Patrick Handy served a warrant on Darlene Michelle Dowsey, 28 of Lexington Park. The warrant was for Failure to Appear on Reckless Endangerment Charges.