St. Mary's County Sheriff's Reports

LEONARDTOWN, Md. (March 11, 2008) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Department recently released the following incident and arrest reports.

THEFT UNDER $500: On March 10, Dfc. J. Maletto responded to the Wal-Mart in California, Maryland for the report of a Theft. Investigation revealed a 16-year-old juvenile from Lusby entered the store and concealed four cans of black spray paint on his person and exited the store. The juvenile was detained by a Wal-Mart Loss Prevention Officer and subsequently taken into custody by Dfc. Maletto. The juvenile was arrested, charged with Theft under $500 and released to his parents pending further action by Juvenile Authorities.

BURGLARY 1ST DEGREE, THIRD DEGREE SEX OFFENSE: On March 10 Deputy M. Rogers responded to a residence in Callaway for the report of a burglary to a private residence. Investigation revealed suspect David Allen Randolph, 49, of Lexington Park, unlawfully entered the female victim's residence and began touching the victim inappropriately. A guest of the victim intervened on the victim's behalf and physically removed the suspect from the residence. The suspect was later located at his residence and placed under arrest. The suspect was transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center, charged with first degree burglary, third degree sex offense, second degree assault, and is pending a bond hearing before the District Court Commissioner.

ILLEGAL DRUGS: On March 8 at approximately 6:57 a.m., Deputy Kevin P. Meyer was patrolling Lancaster Park in Lexington Park when he observed a 1990 Honda Civic drive to the end of the park's paved roadway, turn around and then drive back towards the park entrance. Deputy Meyer approached the vehicle and contacted the driver, who was identified as Christopher Byron Morgan, 23, of White Plains. As Deputy Meyer was speaking with Morgan, Meyer observed that Morgan appeared to have a thick brown film covering much of his lower lip (which is indicative of someone recently smoking crack cocaine). Morgan produced his driver's license and then tucked both hands between his legs as if he was attempting to concern something. For officer's safety, Deputy Meyers asked Morgan to place his hand where Deputy Meyer could observe them. Morgan did not comply and turned his left shoulder inward towards the vehicle's front passenger seat as if he was trying to conceal something he was holding in his hand. As Morgan moved, Deputy Meyer observed a glass cylindrical pipe with a brass filter and burn markings. Deputy Meyer recognized the pipe to be a smoking device for controlled dangerous substances. Morgan was arrested. Search incident to the arrest revealed small rock of suspected crack cocaine and five white rectangular shaped prescription pills later identified as methadone. Morgan was charged with possession of controlled substance - crack cocaine; possession of controlled dangerous substance - methadone and possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia.

ILLEGAL DRUGS: On March 9, at approximately 5:19 a.m., Deputy Kevin Meyers and Deputy Michael Boyer were conducting a premise check of the apartments on Valley Court in Lexington Park. The Deputies observed a 1991 Ford truck bearing Maryland registration. A check of the plates revealed the registration did not belong on a 1991 Ford truck. The registration was listed to a 1985 Dodge truck. The deputies stopped the vehicle and identified the driver as Evelyn Virginia Dean, 37, of Lexington Park. A wanted check on Dean revealed she had an open warrant for her arrest and she was arrested. A search incident to the arrest revealed controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia on Dean's person. Further investigation revealed the passenger of the vehicle Brenda Lee Grimes, 47, of Lexington Park, was also in possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia. All paraphernalia seized contained controlled dangerous substance residue. Dean and Grimes were arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance - crack cocaine and possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia. In addition, Dean was served with her open warrant.

THEFT & THEFT SCHEME: On March 8 Deputy J. Labrack responded to the WaWa in Lexington Park for a report of a theft. Investigation revealed two employee of the WaWa were stealing funds. The employees Kia Lolita Thomas, 20, of Lexington Park, and Nicole Yvonne McNeil, 18, of Lexington Park, were scanning and voiding items, as if the items were purchases, which were returned. Thomas and McNeil would then take and keep the money. The theft occurred on several different occasions between February 1, 2008 and March 8, 2008. McNeil stole $850.00 and Thomas stole $1,000. The thefts were recorded via the in store video surveillance. Thomas was arrested and charged with seven counts of theft and one count of theft scheme. McNeil was charged with seven counts of theft and one count of theft scheme.


Robert Matthew Herbert, age 35, of Martinsburg, West Va. - Failure To Appear - Driving While Intoxicated.

Curtis Jerome Mason, age 34, of Lexington Park, Failure To Appear - Disorderly Conduct.

Joseph Allen Stillwell, age 31, of Annapolis, - Violation of Probation.

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