Two St. Mary's Citizens: Is Alcohol Ruining Their Lives? - Southern Maryland Headline News

Two St. Mary's Citizens: Is Alcohol Ruining Their Lives?

Sheriff's Office Deputy First Class Richard W. Russell responded to a call for a vehicle into a ditch on Point Lookout Road in Great Mills and located Darlene Lynn Rivera. Suspect Rivera was intoxicated to the point she could not stand. She was arrested and charged with Driving While Intoxicated and transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center. Suspect Rivera is a repeat offender for intoxicated driving violations.

Sheriff's Office Deputy Douglas S. Mills accompanied members of the Department of Juvenile Services and Assistant State's Attorney Joseph Stanalonis in the check of Juveniles that were placed on the Electronic Monitoring Program. Upon making contact with a 16 year old juvenile at his Leonardtown residence, the juvenile was found to have been consuming alcoholic beverages. An immediate violation was conducted and the Sheriff's Office transported the juvenile to Cheltenham the Juvenile Youth Detention Center to await a hearing before the Juvenile Court.

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