St. Mary's: Theft, Trespass, Attempted Assault, & Violation of Peace Order - Southern Maryland Headline News

St. Mary's: Theft, Trespass, Attempted Assault, & Violation of Peace Order


On 04/30/05 DFC Patrick Handy served a criminal summons on Robert Frederick Labbs, 35 of Lexington Park. The criminal summons charges Labbs with Theft Scheme over $500. The criminal summons was obtained by Steven Douglas Thompson, trading as Top Dawg Concrete and charges Labbs with obtaining goods and services from customers by having them make checks payable to him between January 1 to January 31, 2005. The amount is in excess of $3,000.00.

On 05/01/05 DFC Patrick Handy located and stopped a motor vehicle in South Hampton after being notified that the vehicle was in the area and being driven with stolen tags. DFC Handy charged Patrice Starr Carter, 22 of Lexington Park with possession of stolen tags and wrote her 2 citations for driving an unregistered motor vehicle and an uninsured motor vehicle. While investigating the incident Joseph Dale Thomas, 46 of Lexington Park was developed as the person who obtained the tags and placed them on the vehicle. He was charged with theft under $100.00. Both were incarcerated pending a bond hearing at the District Court Commissioners Office.

On 05/01/05 DFC Patrick Handy while patrolling located James Robert Shade, 28 of Lexington Park in the Fox Chase Subdivision. Shade had been previously given a notice not to trespass in the Fox Chase area. He was arrested and charged with Trespass Private Property. He was incarcerated pending a bond hearing at the District Court Commissioners Office.

On 05/09/05 Deputy Shawn Cathcart and DFC Michael Labanowski responded to the Super 8 Motel for a report of a disturbance. Upon arrival they discovered James Waters standing next to a vehicle occupied by Lynell Mackall. The investigation revealed that Waters was beating the windows on the vehicle Mackall was seated in trying to gain access to her for an assault. During the attempted assault Waters damaged the vehicle. James William Waters, 25 of St. Inigoes was charged with Assault 2nd degree and property destruction. Waters was incarcerated pending a bond hearing in front of a District Court Commissioner.

On 05/12/05 Deputy Eva Snyder served a criminal summons on Myra Marie Johnson, 34 of Lexington Park. The criminal summons charges Johnson with violation of a peace order. The criminal summons was obtained by Tonyiyvette Lawrence of Great Mills for violating a Peace Order obtained in March 2005.

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