St. Mary's Police Deal with Thefts & Illegal Dumping - Southern Maryland Headline News

St. Mary's Police Deal with Thefts & Illegal Dumping


On 01/13/05 at approximately 1930 hours, DFC Michael Peacher was investigating a theft in the parking lot of Wal-Mart. While conducting his investigation an unregistered Suzuki dirt bike was observed on Miramar Way. DFC Peacher stopped the dirt bike and identified the driver as Dwight C. Brown, 19 yoa, of California. A check revealed that the Suzuki Dirt Bike was stolen on 12/29/04 and valued at $1851.00. Brown was charged with Theft over $500.00 and incarcerated pending a bond review.

On 01/13/05 Deputy Terry Kile responded to a reported theft at Wal-Mart parking lot. The complainant William Jones advised that between 1300-1800 hours unknown persons stole his license plates from his vehicle. The plates are Maryland tags JAN-513.

On 01/13/05 at approximately 2115 hours Deputy Jay Kirkner stopped a blue 2002 Ford pickup truck for running the red light at Rt. 235 and Rt. 5 in Mechanicsville, Maryland. Upon approaching the vehicle he identified the driver as Faith Sabastine Watson, 40 yoa of Faulkner, Md. Deputy Kirkner smelled an odor of alcoholic beverage coming from the vehicle. He had Watson exit the vehicle and performed Standardized Field Sobriety Tests which she failed. She was placed under arrest and charged with Driving While Intoxicated, running the Red Light and Driving While Suspended. She was incarcerated pending a bond review.

On 01/13/05 SDFC Diane M. Thompson served a criminal summons on Lora Lee Alvey for Littering/Dumping under 100 lbs. It was alleged in the charges that Lora Lee Alvey of Leonardtown disposed of trash near the dumpster belonging to Hooks and Hangers in Charlotte Hall.

On 01/13/05 SDFC Diane M. Thompson served a criminal summons on James Mark Kimble Sr. 42 yoa, of Mechanicsville, Md. The criminal summons charges Kimble with 3 counts of theft less $500, 2 counts of Uttering, and 2 counts of Forgery. SDFC Thompson's investigation revealed that Kimble had stolen a checkbook and then proceeded to forge and cash checks at several businesses in the Mechanicsville area, The thefts are misdemeanors carrying possible sentences of 18 months or $500.00 each count, the forgery and uttering are Felony charges and carry a possible sentence of 10 years (uttering) and 10 years &/or $1000 fine for each charge.

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