Sr. Mary's County Sheriff Warrants and Criminal Summons - Southern Maryland Headline News

Sr. Mary's County Sheriff Warrants and Criminal Summons

LEONARDTOWN, MD—The following warrants and criminal summons were served by the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office on October 10th, 2006.

Denise Marie Henry-Age 37 of California, Maryland was charged on a Criminal Summons by Deputy David Corcoran for possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (cocaine).

Deputy Michael George responded to a 911 call in the area of a California, Maryland business. There was a description of a vehicle given by the caller who stated that someone was firing a handgun from the vehicle. Deputy George located the vehicle and found that the suspect, Sean Gregory Quade (Age 18 of Mechanicsville) was firing an "Air Soft" projectile at vehicles and street signs. The caller responded to the scene and believed that she was being shot at as she was in her vehicle. The pellet style gun was recovered from the vehicle and Suspect Quade was charged with Assault First and Second Degree as well as Reckless Endangerment.

Thomas Bernard Cusic-Age 49 of Abell, Maryland was arrested by Deputy Angela Muller for Second Degree Assault. Suspect Cusic assaulted his wife, causing minor injury during a domestic dispute.

Deputy William Kile conducted a traffic stop in the Mechanicsville area and identified the operator as Neomi Santos Lopez (Age 28 of Lexington Park).and Suspect Brett Alan Robinson Santos (Age 29 of Lexington Park) as a passenger. Both Suspects were found to be in possession of at least ten (10) needles, several packets of heroin and several crack cocaine smoking devices. There were charged with various Controlled Dangerous Substance violations.

Katina Dianne Moore-Age 30 of Lusby, Maryland was arrested by Deputy Joseph L. Somerville for passing a worthless check. The check was valued at $55.00.

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