Residential Burglary Suspect Arrested
Dfc. W. Daniel Ray began an investigation into a burglary to a Lexington Park residence on January 16th, 2005. After several months of investigation a Suspect, Tyrone Robert Thompson (24 years old of Lexington Park) was developed. More than $1,700.00 worth of property was stolen. Suspect Thompson was charged with Burglary First Degree and Theft Over $500.00.
On 06/18/05 Deputy A.J. Dodson responded to the area of California, Maryland for the report of a Property Destruction. Investigation revealed the known suspect broke the victims rear and side window on his 2002 Dodge Stratus causing an estimated $200.00 in damage. The victim is familiar with the suspect and was advised of the procedures for obtaining an Application for Statment of Charges against the suspect.
Second Degree Assault
On 06/18/05 Dfc. E. Trossbach responded to the Charlotte Hall area for the reported Assault. Investigation revealed the victim and suspect were involved in a traffic dispute when the suspect pulled the victim from the vehicle and struck the victim by hand. A description of the suspect was given and a check of the area was met with negative results.
Violation of a Peace Order / Warrant Service
On 06/19/05 Dfc. Trossback and Deputy Connelly responded to the area of Colton's Point, maryland for the reported Violation of a Peace Order. Investigation revealed the victim had obtained a Peace Order against Samuel D. Hinchman, 43, of no fixed address. directing him to have no contact with the victim. Hinchman was located at the victims residence and placed under arrest. It was further revealed Hinchman had an outstanding warrant with the Sheriff's Office for a separate violation of the Peace Order. Hinchman was transported to the Detention Center and incarcerated pending an appearance before the District Court Commissioner.
Second Degree Assault
On 06/19/05 Dfc. R. Merritt responded to a private residence in Hermanville, Maryland for the reported Domestic Disturbance. Investigation revealed the victim and suspect were involved in a verbal altercation when suspect Mark A. Miles, 44, of Lexington Park struck the victim in the face with his fist. The victim suffered bruising to her face and eye but did not require medical treatment. Mark A. Miles was subsequently arrested, charged with Assault Second Degree, and incarcerated in the Detention Center pending an appearance before the District Court Commissioner.