LEONARDTOWN, Md. (Aug. 29, 2006)The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.
ASSAULT, DWI: On August 19, 2006, Deputy Shaun Carberry responded to a 911 call for a domestic dispute at a Lexington Park residence. Upon arrival, Deputy Carberry encountered the victim, Laura Dianne Hill, age 19, suffering from a swollen lip and a bloody nose. Her husband, suspect Bradlee Keith Hill, age 20, had fled the scene. The victim stated that she was thrown to the floor, punched in the face and kicked in the stomach and lower back. Shortly thereafter, Deputy Carberry located the intoxicated suspect a short distance from the marital home, in control of a motor vehicle. The suspect was arrested for Assault Second Degree and Driving While Intoxicated.
ASSAULT: On August 19, 2006, Senior Deputy First Class David Corcoran responded to a Lexington Park residence for the reported domestic assault. Upon arrival, Deputy Corcoran located victim Jessica Morgan, age 24, and she was bleeding from the mouth and her face was swollen. The suspect, Gary Lawrence Greinert, Jr., age 26, had fled the scene but was apprehended a short time later when he attempted to return to the home he and the victim share. Suspect Greinert was arrested and charged with Second Degree Assault.
ILLEGAL DRUGS: On August 18 2006, Senior Deputy First Class Robert A. Russell responded to the call for a domestic dispute. Investigation revealed suspect Francis Xavier Hill, age 36 of California, began smoking crack cocaine in the presence of his girlfriend she attempted to stop him. There was a struggle and neither party was injured. Deputy Russell recovered $40.00 worth of crack cocaine and the suspect was arrested and charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance.
SHOPLIFTING: On August 19, 2006, Deputy First Class Robert Merritt responded to a Lexington Park establishment for the reported theft. His investigation revealed suspect Lori Ann Horton, age 42 of Lexington Park, had stolen a bottle of vodka valued at less than $6.00. She was charged with one count of Theft Under $100.00 and is currently awaiting a Preliminary Hearing before the District Court.
SUSPENDED LICENSE, ILLEGAL DRUGS: On August 17, 2006, Deputy William Kile conducted a traffic stop in the Loveville area. The driver was found to be operating that vehicle on a suspended license. The passenger, suspect Cory Devon Yates, age 27 of Mechanicsville, was found to be in possession of crack cocaine. He was arrested and charged. Upon being transported to the St. Marys County Detention Center, suspect Yates attempted to conceal additional crack cocaine in the rear of the deputys vehicle. He was charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance.
COUNTERFEIT PRESCRIPTIONS: On August 19, 2006, Deputy Angela Muller began an investigation into several counterfeit prescriptions that were passed at a local pharmacy. A suspect, Richard E. Williams, was developed. Deputies encountered the suspect as he returned to the establishment. Williams was positively identified as the suspect passing the counterfeit prescriptions as well as the same person who had stolen a pill crusher. Suspect Williams was charged with eight (8) counts of Counterfeit Prescriptions, three (3) counts of Theft Under $100.00 and one (1) count of Attempting to Obtain a Schedule II Controlled Dangerous Substance.
ASSAULT: On August 18, 2006, Deputy Zorana Sipos responded to a California home for the reported domestic assault. Her investigation revealed that the suspect, Margaret Anne Gibson, age 36, and her husband victim Warren Jonathan Gibson, age 37, were involved in a verbal dispute. At one point during the dispute, suspect Margaret Gibson began to assault the victim, causing visible signs of injury. Suspect Margaret Gibson was arrested and charged with Assault Second Degree and transported to the St. Marys County Detention Center.
MARIJUANA: On August 18, 2006, Deputy William Kile stopped to assist a stranded motorist who had broken down in the roadway of Budds Creek Road. When the operator, suspect Ibithihaj Brooks, age 27 of Bushwood, exited the vehicle, Deputy Kile noted marijuana in plain view inside the vehicle. Suspect Brooks was arrested and transported to the St. Marys County Detention Center.
DWI: On August 19, 2006, Deputy Joseph L. Somerville Jr. conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for speeding in the Hollywood area. The operator, Tamara Jean Bailey, age 44 of Hollywood, displayed outward signs of intoxication. Suspect Bailey failed all of the roadside sobriety tests and was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.
DWI: On August 20, 2006, Deputy Marci Faulkner conducted a vehicle stop in the California area on a vehicle being operated by Timothy James Wietzke, age 23 of Hollywood. Suspect Wietzke failed all of the roadside tests after Deputy Faulkner detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath. Suspect Wietzke was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.
DWI: On August 19, 2006, Deputy Kevin Meyer conducted a vehicle stop in the Leonardtown area. The suspect, Charles Brent Saxon Jr., age 65 of St. Inigoes, was requested to perform the standard roadside tests after alcohol was detected. Suspect Saxon failed the roadside tests and was arrested.
ASSAULT: On August 21, 2006, officers responded to a residence in Leonardtown for the domestic disturbance. Upon arrival it was found that suspect Warren Tyrone Osborne, age 38 of Leonardtown, assaulted his wife, victim Cheryl Ann Osborne, age 36 of Leonardtown, during a verbal dispute. The victim had outward signs of injury. Suspect Warren Osborne was arrested on the scene without incident and charged with one count of Second Degree Assault.
VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER: On August 20, 2006, Deputy Robert Gill responded to a Lexington Park residence for the reported violation of a protective order. It was determined through Deputy Gills investigation that the suspect, Shane Richard Weasenforth, age 24 of Lexington Park, had violated a protective order issued by a District Court Judge. The violations included text messages that were threatening in nature.
EMPLOYEE THEFT: On August 18, 2006, Deputy Brian Connelly responded to the BJs Wholesale Store in California for the reported theft. Deputy Connellys investigation revealed that the suspect,
[Name redacted as a courtesy. Court ordered an expungement. Suspect
volunteered that the case was dismissed due to lack of evidence.], was an employee of the establishment and had been stealing from the business. The suspect was charged with Theft Under $500.00 and the loss to the company was $155.00. Suspect Francis is awaiting a Preliminary Hearing before the District Court.
ASSAULT: Deputies responded to a 911 call for a disturbance in the Lexington Park area. Upon arrival, contact was made with the caller, a neighbor, who stated that they heard a fight coming from a particular apartment. Once at the apartment, the door was answered by the victim, Danielle Joy Thompson, age 20 of Lexington Park, and she had visible signs of injury as well as a torn shirt. Deputy Sarah Lacey continued her investigation to find that the victim and the suspect, Peggy Joy Gray, age 42 of Lexington Park, were involved in a dispute over child care issues. The verbal dispute turned physical as suspect Gray assaulted the victim. Suspect Gray was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Marys County Detention Center.
VANDALISM: Senior Deputy First Class Robert A. Russell responded to a Lexington Park residence for the reported property destruction. His investigation revealed a juvenile suspect, age 16 of Lexington Park, had been reprimanded by his guardian, his grandmother, at which time he became destructive. The suspect destroyed several items inside the residence to include doors, walls and a mirror. Senior Deputy First Class Russell made the arrest and contacted the Department of Juvenile Services.
COUNTERFEIT PRESCRIPTIONS: On August 22, 2006, Deputy Michael Harrison conducted an investigation into a false prescription being passed at a Hollywood Pharmacy. The investigation revealed that suspect Mona Barbour Kidwell, age 48 of Solomons, did forge and utter a false prescription. The suspect attempted to illegally obtain numerous
Vicodin tablets. She was located and arrested. She was charged with Making and Possessing Counterfeit/False Prescriptions.
SEX ABUSE TO A MINOR: On August 14, 2006, the St. Mary's County Bureau of Criminal Investigations (BCI) received a reported sex abuse to a minor child. Investigation conducted by detectives from BCI revealed that suspect Jesus Isaac Cortinas, age 47 of California, made sexual advances toward the minor child to include committing a sex offense. On August 21, 2006, detectives located the suspect in another jurisdiction and had the local authorities make apprehension. The suspect was transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center where he was served with an arrest warrant for one (1) count of Sex Abuse to a Minor, and two (2) counts of Second Degree Assault.
ASSAULT: On August 23, 2006, Deputy James Stone responded to a call for a domestic assault at a Mechanicsville residence. Once on the scene, Deputy Stone noted signs of injury to the victim, Elizabeth Ann Fisher, age 46 of Mechanicsville. The investigation revealed that a verbal dispute had turned physical and suspect James C. Fisher, age 47 of Mechanicsville, assaulted the victim by striking her in the face with a closed fist.