LEONARDTOWN, Md. - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office conducted a "Special Operation Assignment" over the weekend which resulted in several arrests. Officers also assisted Calvert County deputies in stopping a fleeing driver who was allegedly intoxicated and had attempted to strike a deputy with the vehicle. The police reports follow:
Noberto Gallegos Tovar (Age 23 of Lusby, MD) was located in the parking lot of a Lexington Park establishment consuming alcohol and urinating in public. He was arrested and found to be in the Country illegally.
Timothy Wayne Brooks (Age 27 of Lexington Park) was arrested for Driving While Suspended. A search incident to that arrested revealed Suspect Brooks was in unlawfully in possession of prescription medications.
Team members continued the enforcement and encountered Thomas Donnell Evans (Age 26 of LaPlata Md.) It was found that Suspect Evans was in possession of Cocaine and marijuana. The cocaine was packaged to indicate intent for sale.
Mary Theresa Dorsey (Age 44 of Lexington Park) was located by a Team member at a local bar and found to be wanted. The warrant was a Grand Jury Indictment for Possession of Cocaine and Possession of Cocaine with intent to Distribute.
Team members, along with Patrol Deputies responded to the area of Three Notch Road and St. Andrew's Church Road for the reported vehicle refusing to stop, coming from Calvert County. The vehicle attempted to strike a Calvert County Deputy in the area of Kingston Creek Road. The Suspect, Walter Michael Keene (Age 57 of Mechanicsville,) entered St. Mary's County with only two operational tires. Deflation devices were deployed at the intersection of Three Notch Road and St. Andrew's Church Road. The remaining tires were flattened and the vehicle stopped.
Suspect Keene, who was intoxicated, refused to exit the vehicle and a short struggle ensued before he was removed from the vehicle and placed into custody. He was transported by Calvert County Deputies back to their jurisdiction. Additional charges in St. Mary's County are pending a State's Attorney's Office review.