St. Mary's County Police Report for December 02, 2004 - Southern Maryland Headline News

St. Mary's County Police Report for December 02, 2004

On 10/03/04 the Ink Wizard tattoo parlor was burglarized. The front door was broken out and a safe containing over $3,000.00 in cash was stolen from the business. An investigation revealed that two suspects broke into the business and stole the safe and money. The two suspects were Thomas William Foyle, a 23 year old California, MD man, and Bryan Edward Johnson, a 20 year old Great Mills, MD man. Both subjects were charged with Burglary 2nd Degree, and Theft Over $500.

On 07/27/04 the St. Mary's County Bureau of Criminal Investigations began investigating an assault case. The investigation revealed that the adult suspect assaulted a juvenile victim several times over the course of a few years. Suspect Christopher David Stacy, a 36 year old Lexington Park man, assaulted the juvenile several times at different locations. The suspect was charged with 2 counts of Second Degree Assault.

On 12/02/04 St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Deputy DFC John W. K. Cusic located Suspect Jennifer Heather Creager and served her with a Criminal Summons for Bad Check. Suspect Creager allegedly wrote a check for property and services of Food Lion for approximately $55.00 without sufficient funds in her account. Suspect Creager was arrested and charged with Bad Check and is currently awaiting a court date.

On 12/01/04 St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Deputies responded to the report of a breaking and entering in the Lexington Park area. Deputy Michael R. Worrey's investigation revealed that Suspect Mark Wayne Williams had entered an apartment that he had previously been given notice not to enter. Deputy Worrey located Suspect Williams sitting on a couch inside an apartment he had forced entry into. Suspect Williams was arrested, transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center, charged with Burglary Fourth Degree and Trespassing. Suspect Williams is currently awaiting a court date.

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