St. Mary's County Sheriff's Reports - Southern Maryland Headline News

St. Mary's County Sheriff's Reports


LEONARDTOWN, Md. - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Department today released the following incident and arrest reports.

Rainer Nazal Dizon (Age 25 of Richmond, Virginia) was arrested by Deputy Timothy White for Driving While Intoxicated. A search incident to that arrest revealed a quantity of marijuana and a related smoking device.

Lieutenant Rick Burris observed Suspect Dennis Martin Evans Jr. (Age 39 of Mechanicsville) operating a motor vehicle in a reckless manner and conducted a vehicle stop. A wanted check revealed two open warrants for Failure to Appear. Further check revealed he was operating the vehicle while revoked. Deputy Milton Pesante made the arrest.

Walter Raymond Hairston Jr. (Age 51 of Lexington Park) was arrested on an open warrant by Deputy Milton Pesante for Violation of a Protective Order. The investigation was conducted by Deputy Patrick Handy.

Joseph Lorenzo Vittatoe (Age 21 of Lexington Park) was arrested for Failure to Appear for Child Support by Deputy Randall Wood. The warrant was through the Circuit Court.

Talmadge Jay Jones (Age 34 of Great Mills) was arrested on an open Body Attachment Warrant. The arrest was made by Deputy Joseph LaBrack.

Orlandis Levi Brooks (Age 57 of Prince Frederick) was arrested on an open Grand Jury warrant for several violations of Controlled Dangerous Substance crimes. The crimes included Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine, Conspiracy to Distribute Cocaine and using a Firearm while Trafficking Cocaine. The investigation was conducted by the BCI Narcotics Division and the warrant was served by Deputy David Goff.

Louis Edward Forbes Jr. (Age 45 of Great Mills) was arrested for passing a worthless check in the amount of $49.19. Corporal Julian Schwab was the arresting Deputy.

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