Arrests for Drugs, Theft, DUI & Property Destruction in St. Marys - Southern Maryland Headline News

Arrests for Drugs, Theft, DUI & Property Destruction in St. Marys


Possession of Marijuana

On 1/15/05 Deputy K. Moritz observed a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of the Brass Rail located in Great Mills, Maryland. Upon approaching the vehicle Deputy Moritz requested the operator of the vehicle produce identification. The operator, Kenny Lyles, age 19, of Bryantown, Maryland was unable to provide identification. Upon Mr. Lyles exiting the vehicle Deputy Moritz observed a bag containing suspected marijuana. Further inspection of the bag led to the seizure of 70 grams of suspected marijuana and the seizure of $223 in cash Mr. Lyles was placed under arrest, charged with Possession Of Marijuana, and incarcerated in the Detention Center pending an appearance before the District Court Commissioner.

Property Destruction

On 1/14/04 Deputy Moritz responded to the Walmart Parking Lot for the reported Property Destruction. Investigation revealed unknown person(s) slashed two tires on a vehicle belonging to victim Sandy Jones. Loss value is estimated at $100.00.

Driving While Intoxicated

On 1/15/04 Dfc. D. Mills initiated a vehicle stop on Old Village Road, Mechanicsville, Maryland. Upon conversing with the vehicle operator, Ohmer Webb, 4th, Dfc. Mills detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage on Mr. Webb's person. Mr. Webb was unable to satisfactorily complete the administered Field Sobriety Tests. Mr. Webb was subsequently arrested and charged with Driving While Intoxicated.

Property Destruction

On 1/15/05 Dfc. S. Clark responded to the Best Western Hotel, California, Maryland for the reported Property Destruction. Investigation revealed unknown person(s) destroyed a Gumball Machine valued at $60.00.

Theft under $500

On 1/14/05 Deputy J. Logalbo responded to a private residence on Church Drive, Great Mill's Maryland for the reported Theft. Investigation revealed unknown person(s) removed a metal lock box containing $350.00 from a utility closet.

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