The following arrests were made by the St. Marys County Sheriffs Office on October 2nd, 2006.
Dante Vincent Gross-Age 19 of Lexington Park was arrested for an outstanding warrant through the Maryland State Police. Suspect Gross was turned over to the Maryland State Police Leonardtown Barrack for warrant service. Deputy Patrick Handy was the arresting Deputy.
Craig Stephon Brown-Age 25 of Lexington Park was arrested on a Criminal Summons for theft under $500.00 and Unlawful taking of a Motor Vehicle. Suspect Brown was charged related to his part of selling a stolen motorcycle. Deputy Shawn Moses was the arresting Deputy.
Sharon Lynne Gibson-Age 47 of Mechanicsville was charged on a Criminal Summons for passing a bad check valued at $25.00. Corporal William Hill was the charging Deputy.
Abigail Denise Butts-Age 39 of Patuxent River, Maryland was charged on a Criminal Summons for passing a bad check in the amount of $23.36. Deputy Kevin Meyer was the charging Deputy.
Devin Eric Webb-Age 20 of Mechanicsville was arrested was a warrant through the District Court for Failure to Appear. Deputy Zorana Sipos was the arresting Deputy.
Jeremy Leigh Keigley-Age 27 of Lexington Park was arrested on a District Court Warrant for Failure to Appear. The original charge was related to a theft arrest. Deputy Kevin Meyer was the arresting Deputy.
Laura Marie Galloway-Age 20 was arrested for an Attachment for Contempt of Court. The warrant was issued by the District Court. Deputy Kevin Meyer was the arresting Deputy.
Eric Clay Gorman-Age 44 of Morganza, Maryland was arrested for a warrant related to a Motor Vehicle Theft. Deputy James Stone was the arresting Deputy.
Brooke Denis McWhorter-Age 23 of Lexington Park was arrested on an open warrant for Violation of Probation. The arresting Deputy was Deputy Charles Earle.
Timothy Robert Blasko-Age 39 of Port Republic, Maryland was arrested by Deputy Charles Earle for Failure to Appear in the District Court of St. Marys County.
Alexander Holly Gough-Age 47 of Lexington Park was arrested for Failure to Appear on the original charge of Violation of a Protective Order. The arresting Deputy was Deputy J. Kirkner.