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Assault

On 7/30/05 Deputy A.J. Dodson responded to a residence in Hollywood, Maryland for the reported Assault. Investigation revealed Suspect Darrin Long assaulted Victim Donald Barrett by striking him in the face with a closed fist. Suspect Long then fled the area. Victim Barrett received minor injuries during the altercation and refused any further police assistance.

Domestic Assault

On 7/31/05 Dfc. E. Trossbach responded to a residence on Cooney's Neck Road, Mechanicsville for the report of a Domestic Disturbance. Investigation revealed the mother and daughter were involved in a verbal altercation. The argument escalated at which time the daughter grabbed her mother by the hair and pulled her from a vehicle causing the mother to receive minor scrapes and bruises. The adult daughter had left the area prior to police arrival. The victim was advised of the procedures for obtaining criminal charges through the District Court Commissioner.

Domestic Dispute

On 7/31/05 Dfc. J. Molitor responded to a residence in California, Maryland for the reported domestic dispute. Investigation revealed Mark Cameron and Patricia Jones were involved in a verbal dispute over domestic issues. Neither party advised they had been assaulted. Both parties were advised of the proper procedures for obtaining protective orders.

Recovered Stolen Motor Vehicle

On 7/31/05 Dfc. J. Logalbo responded to the area of Park Hall Elementary for the reported loud music complaint. Upon arrival Dfc. Logalbo encountered several persons on the playground and a 1995 Ford Explorer parked nearby. Further investigation revealed the vehicle was being operated by Michael Donell Young, 20, of Lexington Park, Maryland. A subsequent check of the vehicle through NCIC revealed the vehicle had been reported stolen in Alexandria, Virginia. Michael Young was placed under arrest, charged with theft of the motor vehicle, and incarcerated in the Detention Center.

Domestic Assault

On 8/1/05 Dfc. B. Connelly responded to a residence in Mechanicsville for the reported Domestic Disturbance. Investigation revealed the victim and suspect were involved in a verbal dispute. The verbal dispute escalated at which time the suspect, Michael W. Buckler, age 31, struck the victim in the face by hand and drug the victim around inside the residence by the hair. Suspect Buckler was placed under arrest, transported to the Detention Center, and charged with Second Degree Assault.

Disorderly Conduct

On July 30, 2005 Deputy M. Worrey responded to the area of the Lowes Cineplex Theater, Lexington Park, for the reported Domestic Disturbance. Upon arrival, James E. Nolan, 47, of Lexington Park, Maryland was observed shouting profanities and refusing to leave the area. After instructing Mr. Nolan several times to cease his actions and leave the area Mr. Nolan continued his course of conduct. Mr. Nolan was subsequently placed under arrest and transported to the Detention Center where he was charged with Disorderly Conduct.

Property Destruction

On July 30, 2005 Deputy S. Moses responded to the area of Abells Tavern, Callaway, Maryland for the reported Property Destruction. Investigation by Deputy Moses revealed a known suspect struck the rear view mirror causing it and the windshield to shatter to a vehicle belonging to Victim D. Knott. Value of the destroyed property is estimated at $250.00.

Property Destruction

On July 30, 2005 Deputy W. Rishel responded to the area of National Circle, Lexington Park, Maryland for the reported Property Destruction to a Motor Vehicle. Investigation revealed Unknown Culprit(s) used a sharp instrument to cause damage to Victim S. Mackall and Victim R. Mackall's motor vehicle which were parked on National Circle. Damage is estimated at $400.00.

Driving While Intoxicated/Under the Influence of Alcohol

On July 30, 2005 Deputy M. Pesante responded to the area of the Easy Wash Laundry mat in Charlotte Hall, Maryland for the reported Loitering Complaint. Upon arrival Deputy Pesante observed a vehicle being operated by Leonard J. Downs, 69, of Mechanicsville, Maryland attempting to exit the parking lot. A vehicle stop was initiated and upon making contact with Mr. Downs Deputy Pesante detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage on Mr. Downs Breath. Mr. Downs was unable to satisfactorily complete the administered field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest. Mr. Downs failed to complete the Intoximeter Test and was incarcerated in the Detention Center pending a bond hearing before the District Court Commissioner.

Motor Vehicle Accident

On July 30, 2005 Dfc. B. Connelly responded to the area of Bull Road and Society Hill Road, Leonardtown, Maryland for the reported vehicle accident. Investigation revealed Peter J. Krech of Hollywood, Maryland was operating a 2001 VW Jetta South on Bull Rd. when he lost control of the vehicle, left the roadway, and struck several trees. The primary cause of the accident was determined to be speed to fast for conditions. There were no injuries reported in the accident and alcohol was not a factor.

Fight / Disturbance

On 7/31/05 Dfc. J. Molitor, Deputy C. Dodson, Deputy C. Byrd, and Dfc. D. Poole responded to the area of Shady Hollow Lane, California, Maryland for the reported Fight/Disturbance. Upon arrival Deputies observed approximately 70 persons involved in a disturbance. The combatants quickly dispersed and the remainder of the persons were instructed to leave the area. All parties exited the area without further incident.

Disturbance

On July 31, 2005 Deputies responded to a residence on St. Andrews Church Road, California for the reported disturbance. Investigation revealed two subjects were involved in a verbal domestic altercation. Neither party advised any assault took place. Both parties were advised of further legal remedies if they so desired.

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