St. Mary's County Police Report for Sept 06, 2004 - Southern Maryland Headline News

St. Mary's County Police Report for Sept 06, 2004


Sheriff's Office Deputy Sgt. Daniel D. Alioto conducted a traffic stop for moving violations on a vehicle operated by Gloria Rena Tyler of Lexington Park. Upon contacting the operator a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected. Tyler failed the roadside tests and was arrested. She was transported to the Detention Center to await a bond review. Suspect Tyler is a repeat offender for Driving While Intoxicated.

Sheriff's Office Deputy Richard W. Russell responded to the Lexington Park 7-11 Store for the reported trespassing complaint. Upon arrival the Suspect James Edward Nolan was observed fleeing the area. Deputy Russell gave chase and apprehended the Suspect a short distance away. As Deputy Russell attempted to place the Suspect into custody, the Suspect resisted and a struggle ensued. Deputy Russell was assisted by Dfc. Charles Earle and Dfc. W. Daniel Ray and the Suspect was taken into custody. There were no injuries to anyone involved. Suspect Nolan was arrested and charged with (2) two counts of Trespass and Resisting Arrest.

Deputy Michael R. Worrey responded to a residence on St. George's Island for the reported trespassing. Upon arrival Suspect Quinten Xavier Blackwell was located on the property which he was served a notice not to trespass for. Suspect Blackwell was arrested and charged with trespass. He is currently being held in the St. Mary's County Detention Center awaiting a bail review.

Sheriff's Office Deputy Robert A. Russell served a Criminal Summons on Kenesha Yolanda Hargrove for a Bad Check. The worthless check was written to Kevin's Towing in the amount of $65.00. She was served the District Court paperwork and is awaiting a Preliminary Hearing.

Deputy First Class Earl W. Young responded to the California Lowes Store for the reported theft. Upon arrival he located Marvin Rayfield Chase of Lexington Park. Suspect Chase was apprehended as he left the store having stole a cordless phone valued at almost $61.00. He was arrested and charged with a Preliminary Hearing date awaiting.

Sheriff's Office Deputy Randall J. Wood located Suspect Andrew Kirk Spalding of Mechanicsville and served a Criminal Summons on him for possession of Cocaine. Suspect Spaulding is awaiting a District Court hearing date.

Deputy Randall J. Wood located Brian Phillip Rodriguez of Avenue and served a Criminal Summons on him for theft under $500.00 and possession of marijuana. Dfc. Diane M. Thompson responded to a local Leonardtown establishment for theft of a wallet. Upon arrival her investigation revealed that a customer had left his wallet at the store and a subject had stolen same. Dfc. Thompson developed Rodriguez as a Suspect and responded to a possible location she believed he might be. Upon arrival Dfc. Thompson found Rodriguez sitting inside a van and she detected an odor of marijuana. Further search revealed the stolen wallet minus the victim's money. The Suspect was charged and is awaiting a Preliminary Hearing Date before the District Court.

Sheriff's Office Deputy Richard W. Russell conducted a traffic stop on RT. 237 & Peggs Road in Lexington Park for running a flashing red light. Upon contacting the operator, James Earl Hamilton, Deputy Russell detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath. Suspect Hamilton displayed other outward signs of intoxication and failed all of the roadside test. Suspect Frankenberg was transported to the Sheriff's Office were he was charged with Driving While Intoxicated and running a red light.

On 09-05-04, Dfc. William D. Ray of the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office served a Criminal Summons on Craig Wesley Norton of Mechanicsville for 2nd Degree Assault.

On 09-05-04, Sheriff's Office Deputies responded to a single Motor Vehicle accident in the area of Colton's Point Road and Rene Penny Road in Colton's Point. Deputy Angela M. Muller identified the driver of the vehicle as Wayne Bradley Edger. Suspect Edger had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath. Suspect Edger refused medical attention and was unable to complete the roadside test. Suspect Edger was transported to the St. Mary' County Sheriff's Office were he was charged with Driving While Intoxicated.

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