May 5, 2005 at approximately 0950 a. m., Dfc. Donald Poole responded to a residence on Hillview Dr., Mechanicsville, MD for a reported disturbance. When he arrived he discovered a resident was extremely intoxicated and threatening other family members. The disorderly resident, David Scott Flickinger yelled and screamed when the officers attempted to speak to him and then went outside. He demanded to be taken to jail. Outside the home he continued to yell profanities. He was told to quiet himself but he continued. Dfc. Poole arrested David Flinkinger, 34 years of age and charged him with Disorderly Conduct. He was taken to the St. Mary's County Detention Center. He was later arraigned before a District Court Commissioner and release on Personal Bond.
March 6, 2005 Dfc. Elizabeth Trossbach responded to a residence on North Sandgates Rd for a reported property destruction. Overnight, suspects had struck his mailbox with an object, damaging the roadside mailbox. Further investigation revealed that forty-two mailboxes were damaged the same way in the immediate area. The damage occurred between 11:00 p. m. on the 5th and 7:00 a. m. on the 6th.
March 6, 2005 at 938 a. m. Dfc. Michael Peacher responded to the Nicholette Park for a reported burglary. Overnight, suspects had turned over a Coca Cola machine and attempted to open the machine. Damage to the soda machine was estimated at $500.00. Additionally suspects entered the Recreation and Parks concession stand at the park. They cut a lock and entered the building. Investigation in this incident continues.
March 6, 2005 units were broadcast information on a suspicious vehicle seen at the WAWA on Great Mills Rd. Dep. Brian Connelly spoke with the complainants and then attempted to locate the vehicle. The tag number of the vehicle, provided by the complainants, had been reported stolen in Leonardtown on March 2, 2005. Dfc. Connelly located the vehicle at Burger King on Great Mills road, minutes later. The driver and passenger were both arrested initially for the stolen tags displayed on the vehicle. A check with the vehicle owner, Leonardtown Ford, revealed that the vehicle was supposed to be on the lot and not on the roadway. The vehicle had also been stolen. The vehicle, a Ford Expedition, was valued at $45,000. The vehicle was searched incident to arrest and suspected Controlled Dangerous Substance and related paraphernalia was found in the vehicle. The two suspects, Michael Donell Marshall age 31 of Lexington Park, MD and Jason Andre Armstrong age 30 of No Fixed address were both charged with two counts of Theft Under $500.00, Unlawful taking of a motor vehicle, Possession of CDS-non Marijuana and possession of CDS Paraphernalia. Both were taken before a District Court Commissioner. Michael Donell Marshall was held at St. Mary's County Detention Center on $7,500 bond. Jason Andre Armstrong was released on Personal Bond.