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St. Mary's County Police Report


March 31, 2005, Dfc. Richard Russell served a Circuit Court Indictment on David Scott Boardley Jr., age 21 of Lexington Park, MD for Assault Second Degree. The indictment was a result of an assault on Almira Marie Chase in August 2004. David Scott Boardley, Jr. is held at the St. Mary's County Detention Center on no bond.

April 1, 2005 Dfc. Elizabeth Trossbach served a Criminal Summons on Shelita Antoinette Battle age 29 of Mechanicsville, charging Bad Check under $100.00. The charge was a result of a Criminal Information filed in District Court for a check passed at Mattingly's Foods in Leonardtown in October 2004. Shelita Antoinette Battle was released pending a preliminary inquiry in District Court.

April 1, 2005 Dfc. Elizabeth Trossbach served a Criminal Summons on Christina Suzanne Buckler age 26 of Mechanicsville, MD charging Second Degree Assault. The charge was a result of a investigation by Dfc. Kevin Roberts of January 18, 2005 in Mechanicsville, MD in which Paul Johnson was struck by the suspect. Christina Suzanne Buckler was released pending a preliminary inquiry in District Court.

April 1, 2005, Dfc. Kevin Roberts served a Criminal Summons on Modeste Christine Roller, age 22 of Hollywood charging Bad Check Under $500.00. The charge was a result of a Criminal Information filed in District Court for a check passed at Wal-Mart in California in September 2004. Modeste Christine Roller was released pending a preliminary inquiry in District Court.

April 1, 2005, Dfc. Robert C. Merritt arrested James Michael Gentry, age 24 of Prince Frederick on a warrant for Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle. The charge was a result of an investigation by Dfc. Kevin Somerville in Lexington Park in which the suspect failed to return a 1997 Nissan Altima belonging to Erin Elizabeth Metheny. The vehicle , valued at $10,000 had been located. James Michael Gentry is held at the St. Mary's County Detention Center pending arraignment before a District Court Commissioner.

April 1, 2005, Dep. Angela Muller responded to McDonalds in Leonardtown for a report of a bomb threat. On arrival the premise was evacuated. The building and surrounding area was checked and nothing was found. Dep. Muller's investigation led her to a juvenile employee of McDonalds. The juvenile, age 16 of Chaptico admitted to calling in the bomb threat as an April Fools joke. The juvenile was arrested and a petition request completed charging False Statement/Destructive Device. The juvenile was released to a parent pending a hearing with Juvenile Services.

April 1, 2005 Dfc. James Molitor responded to a Spring Valley residence for a reported break-in of an auto. Shanika Nicole Campbell reported that a suspect entered her 1996 Toyota while it was parked on the roadside and took her purse and contents. The value of the loss is estimated at $280.00. This investigation is continuing.

April 2, 2005 at approximately 0320 hours, Dfc. Elizabeth Trossbach responded to assist Pfc. Robert Gottschall of Charles County Sheriff's Office. Pfc. Gottschall had a vehicle stopped at the southbound 7-11 on Three Notch Rd., Charlotte Hall, MD. The driver was identified as Philip Roy Jett age 36 of Brandywine. Dfc. Trossbach attempted to administer field sobriety testing however the driver was too intoxicated to comply with the tests. He was arrested for Driving under the influence of alcohol. A search incident to arrest revealed the driver was in possession of an amount of cocaine rolled in a dollar bill. Philip Roy Jett was additionally charged with Possession of CDS/Cocaine and Possession of CDS Paraphernalia. He is held at the St. Mary's County Detention Center pending arraignment before a District court commissioner.

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