MSP Reports for Charles County - Southern Maryland Headline News

MSP Reports for Charles County


LA PLATA, Md. (September 27, 2007) The La Plata Barrack of the Maryland State Police (MSP) released the following incident and arrest reports.

STOLEN LICENSE PLATE: On September 16, 2007, at approximately 12:28 a.m., TFC S. Murphy was patrolling southbound U.S. Route 301, north of Smallwood Drive, when he observed a green Cadillac Seville appeared to be exceeding the speed limit. TFC Murphy conducted a pace on the vehicle which revealed the vehicle was traveling 54 mph in a posted 45 mph zone. TFC Murphy activated his emergency equipment to conduct a traffic stop. Prior to contacting the driver, the La Plata Barrack informed TFC Murphy that the registration plate was reported stolen through Prince George’s County Police. Upon contacting the driver, TFC Murphy informed the driver of the violation. The driver was identified as Christopher Delonte Drake. During this time the La Plata Barrack confirmed the stolen registration plate. Drake was placed under arrest for theft under$100. While conducting a search incident to arrest, TFC Murphy located another Maryland driver’s license display the name Stepfon Joseph Boler in his right pant pocket. He was then transported to the Charles County Detention Center for processing. When confronted to his real name, he advised it was Stepfon J. Boler, 28 years of Upper Marlboro. A check through MILES/NCIC revealed that Boler had a confirmed open warrant through the Charles County Sheriff’s Office. Boler was then processed and charged with “did steal one rear Maryland registration plate having a value less than $100; and did upon arrest, knowlingly and with he intent to deceive, make a false statement to a peace officer concerning his [identity/address/date of birth].

CDS: On September 17, 2007, at approximately 11:50 a.m., Tpr. R. Wilt was on routine patrol running a moving radar in the area of MD Route 210 and Glymont Road when he observed a green Ford Escort Wagon traveling 64 mph in a posted 40 mph zone. Tpr. Wilt activated his emergency equipment to conduct a traffic stop. Upon contact with the driver, it was discovered she did not have a Maryland driver’s license, she was suspended. The driver, Jessica Lynn Lembach, 21 years, of Indian Head was arrested for traffic violations. A subsequent search of Lembach personal belongings revealed six burnt marijuana cigarettes and three smoking devices all contain burnt residue. Lembach was transported to the Charles County Detention Center for processing. Lembach was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance and drug paraphernalia.

CDS: On September 23, 2007, at approximately 3:05 a.m., Tpr. R. Wilt was on routine patrol when he observed a red Mazda sitting in a parking lot with its lights on and the interior windows steamy. The business had been closed for more than 9 hours. Tpr. Wilt approached the passenger side of the vehicle and made contact with the occupants. The driver, who was identified as Michael Anthony Carlucci, 33 years, of Waldorf appeared to be very nervous and slightly angered. During Tpr. Wilt’s conversation with the passenger, Jennifer Elizabeth Fox, 27 years, Carlucci became increasingly nervous and began speaking very fast and loudly. A strong odor of alcoholic beverage was emitting from the vehicle interior, both occupant’s eyes were very red and glassy, with a slightly slurred speech. Tpr. Wilt separated both subjects and after his field investigation placed Carlucci under arrest for driving under the influence. A search incident to the arrest revealed one glass tube smoking device with cocaine residue, which Carlucci stated was his and Fox had nothing to do with it. Carlucci was transported to the Charles County Detention Center for processing. He was very combative and argumentative, and refused to cooperate. Carlucci was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance of schedule II, to wit crack cocaine; and did possess with intent to use drug paraphernalia, to wit: glass smoking device, used to store/contain/conceal/ingest/inhale/introduce into the human body by smoking a controlled dangerous substance of schedule II, to wit: crack cocaine.

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