St. Mary's County Police Report for Sept 14, 2004

September 13, 2004. Dep. Robert Steward responded to a report of Destruction of Property in Lexington Park. Craig Schneider reports that someone scratched the paint on his 2004 Ford Mustang. Damage is estimated at $250.00. Investigation continues.

September 13, 2004. Walmart's loss prevention officer Allen Spriggs detained Shaunn Randolph Drew of Lexington Park for shoplifting. Drew was observed going into the restroom with a number of music CDs. He exited the restroom and the CDs were no longer visible. The packaging for the CDs were found discarded in the restroom. Shawn Drew was stopped before leaving the property and five CDs valued at $69.00 were recovered from his pocket. Dep. Robert D. Steward arrived and charged Shawn Randolph Drew with Theft under $500.00 by Criminal Citation. Shawn Drew was released pending a preliminary hearing in District Court.

September 13, 2004. Dfc. Donald R. Poole located Paul Agee Bond Jr. wanted for an open warrant. Paul A. Bond Jr. was arrested for a Bench Warrant for failing to appear on a Driving Suspended charge. He was taken to the Detention Center and held pending arraignment before a District Court Commissioner.

September 13, 2004. Dfc. James Molitor responded to a Lexington Park residence for a report of an assault. The victim was found to be a 13 year old female who had been struck repeatedly by the suspect, her temporary guardian. Injuries were minor and did not require medical treatment. Shauun Randolph Drew was arrested and charged with Assault 2nd Degree, and Child Abuse.

September 14, 2004. Dfc. Donald R. Poole charged Sean Goins by Criminal Summons with two counts of Assault 2nd Degree. The charges was a result of one incidents. August 30, 2004, Sean Goins assaulted Natalie Ann Diggs of Leonardtown and John Christopher Austin. The assault occurred in Leonardtown, MD. Sean Goins was released pending a preliminary inquiry in District Court.

The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Duty Officer was contacted by the Garland Police Department located in the State of Texas in regards to a traffic stop that a local Officer had made. The Officer stopped a 2002 Dodge Durango for several traffic violations and detected an odor of burnt marijuana. A search of the vehicle revealed a large quantity of crack cocaine and marijuana. The male passenger gave what the Officer believed to be a fictitious name. The vehicle returned to an owner in Lexington Park. A description of the Suspect and other vehicle occupants was given to the Duty Officer and it was determined that the Suspect was Antione M. Johnson of Lexington Park. Suspect Johnson has been avoiding apprehension on three (3) open warrants for sometime with the aid of his family. Suspect Johnson and a female passenger, Suspect Shannon Marie Baker of Lexington Park were arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute 4-200 grams of crack cocaine and possession of marijuana. After a review with the State's Attorney's Office it was ordered that Suspect Johnson be held and extradited back to St. Mary's County to answer charges on three (3) failure to appear warrants. The charges include possession of cocaine and fleeing and eluding, possession of marijuana and a Circuit Court No Bond Warrant for possession of cocaine.

Sheriff's Office Deputies responded to a 911 call for the reported out of control driver at the Maryland International Raceway. Upon arrival Deputy Angela Muller contacted Suspect Lenin Lora age 27 of Rockville, Maryland. He was placed into custody. It was revealed that Suspect Lora took a vehicle that did not belong to him and began operating in a reckless manner causing the vehicle to spin out of control. There was a small concert being held and several patrons were nearly struck. The vehicle caused more than $500.00 worth of damage to the grass area where the concert was being held. The Suspect was arrested and charged with Reckless Endangerment, Destruction of Property and Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle.

Deputy John W. Cusic made contact with Lisa Rae Sewell and a wanted check revealed that she was wanted for Failing to Appear on the original charge of Assault Second Degree. She was transported to the Detention Center and there was no preset bond.

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