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

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


Sheriff's Office Deputy David L. Corcoran was off duty in the Charlotte Hall area when he observed a vehicle spinning tires in the parking lot of the car wash. He stopped the vehicle and identified the operator as Brandon Steven Hammett (22 years old from Waldorf, Md). Dfc. Corcoran detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from Suspect Hammett's breath. Deputy Milton Pesante responded and continued the investigation. After the Suspect failed the roadside tests he was arrested and charged with Driving While Intoxicated.

Deputy Angela M. Muller responded to a residence in Charlotte Hall for the reported disturbance. Upon arrival she contacted 19 year old Jay Myron Taylor of Mechanicsville slumped over in the passenger side of the vehicle. Suspect Taylor was awaken and found to be intoxicated. He was charged with possession of alcohol by a person under 21.

Sheriff's Office Deputy Milton Pesante located and served an arrest warrant on Jesse Nathan Pike of Callaway. The warrant was for Violation of Probation on the original charge of Burglary. Suspect Pike was incarcerated and is currently awaiting a bond hearing before the District Court Commissioner.

Deputy Michael R. Worrey located Suspect Angela Nicole Mason of Lexington Park and served a Criminal Summons on her for a Bad Check. The worthless check was passed at the Wal Mart Store in California in the amount of $135.00. She is released pending a Preliminary Hearing date in the District Court.

Dfc. Vyvyan Humphires located and served John Joseph Noonan of Dameron with a Criminal Summons for a Bad Check. The worthless check was written to the Food Lion Store in Callaway in the amount of $77.39. He is released pending a Preliminary Hearing before the District Court.

Sheriff's Office Deputies responded to a 911 call for reported disorderly subjects in the Leonardtown 7-11 store. Upon arrival Officers detained and later arrested two suspects. The suspects were identified as Carlos Anotino Chew (age 31 of Lexington Park) and Bryan Lee Hammett (18 of no fixed address). Hammett began stealing items as Suspect Chew acted disorderly and distracted the clerk. The female clerk confronted them, but they continued to act disorderly and Suspect Hammett urinated on the floor. Both intoxicated Suspects were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and theft under $500. They were transported to the Detention Center where they continued to act uncooperative and awaited a hearing before the District Court Commissioner.

Sheriff's Office Deputies SDFC Kevin D. Somerville and Deputy Milton Pesante responded to the area of Cedar Street in St. Clements Shores for a Motor Vehicle Accident. The Officers contacted Suspect Robert Kenneth Hill, Jr. who had been operating his vehicle in the area. Suspect Hill had been operating his motor vehicle and struck a fence. Deputies detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath and he displayed outward signs of intoxication. He preformed the roadside tests of which he failed. He was arrested and transported to the St. Mary's County Sheriff's and charged with Driving While Intoxicated, Driving Under the Influence and Leaving the Scene of an Accident Involving Property Damage.

On 09-24-04 Sheriff's Office Deputy Michael R. Worrey located Suspect Eunice Teresa Butler and served an open warrant for Failure to Appear in District Court on 09-09-04. Suspect Butler was transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center and is being held on a $10,000.00 bond.

Sheriff's Office Deputies Charles Earle and Robert Merritt were conducting an Alcohol Enforcement Assignment related to a State Grant when they had contact with Suspect William Christopher Jackson. Suspect Jackson was stopped in the middle of the roadway with his vehicle running. The Suspect attempted to pull away and was stopped by the above listed Officers. Suspect Jackson appeared to be under the influence of alcohol and a battery of roadside tests confirmed same. He was arrested and charged with DWI. Suspect Jackson is a repeat offender for this violation.

Sheriff's Office Deputy Keith Mortiz responded to the California Shopper Food Warehouse for the reported theft. The Victim's purse had been taken from her cart as she turned to look for an item. A suspect description had been given and a lookout posted. The Suspect was located in the area by Dfc. Charles Earle and detained. Witnesses were able to identify the Suspect as Charles Timothy Moore of Piney Point. The Suspect was arrested and Officers observed a electronic monitoring bracelet on his ankle. The Suspect was on house arrest. While on the scene Dfc. Somar Clark arrived and found that the Suspect fit the description and was named the previous day by a Witness for the same offense that occurred at the Callaway Food Lion. She is seeking additional charges for the Suspect. The Suspect was arrested and transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center where he was released. Shortly after his release Dfc. Kevin D. Somerville had contact with Suspect Moore again in the parking lot of St. Mary's Hospital. As he investigated the Suspect further he found that Suspect Moore (still wearing his electronic monitoring bracelet) had broken into at least (2) two vehicles and stole items to include a cellular telephone. He was again arrested and transported to the Detention Center to await another hearing before the District Court Commissioner.

Sheriff's Office Deputies Sgt. Daniel D. Alioto and Corporal John R. Shoemaker happened upon a motor vehicle accident with personal injury on Lawrence Ave in Leonardtown. The undisclosed pedestrian, who had previously been arrested for shoplifting, entered the roadway in front of a vehicle operated by a local newspaper delivery person. The undisclosed pedestrian was flown by Trooper 7 to Prince George's County Shock Trauma for injuries to her arms and head. The incident is currently considered a motor vehicle accident, however the investigation is continuing by Dfc. Kevin D. Somerville.

Sheriff's Office Deputies Christopher L. Morley and W. Daniel Ray where on patrol when they encountered Suspect Mia Carroll of California Maryland. Suspect Carroll had been operating her motor vehicle and struck a school bus enclosure. Deputies detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from her breath and displayed outward signs of intoxication. She preformed the roadside tests of which she failed. She was arrested and transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center to await a hearing before the District Court Commissioner.

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