LEONARDTOWN, Md. (Sept. 22, 2008) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On Sept. 19 at approximately 6:25 a.m., Dfc. J. Stone responded to Cambridge Lane in Lexington Park for a report of a disturbance. As he arrived on the scene he observed Dinah Marie Baker, 44, of Lexington Park, walking in the area of the disturbance. Dfc. Stone approached Ms. Baker and asked her what was going on. Ms. Baker immediately began to yell and curse at Dfc. Stone. A witness walked up and stated Ms. Baker had been in a verbal dispute with him just prior to Dfc. Stone's arrival. Ms. Baker became more belligerent as the witness was talking to Dfc. Stone. Dfc. Stone asked Ms. Baker several times to stop cursing and yelling which Ms. Baker refused. Ms. Baker's actions caused another neighbor to open her doors to investigate who was yelling in the street. Dinah Baker was arrested for disorderly conduct.
HINDERING. RESISTING ARREST: On Sept. 20 at approximately 1:30 a.m., deputies responded to Shamrock Lane in Mechanicsville for a noise complaint. Investigation revealed several individuals at the residence were under 21 years of age and under the influence of alcoholic beverages. To determine if the underage individuals were under the influence of alcoholic beverages, deputies began to offer and administer preliminary breath tests (PBTs). Patrick Joseph Darbie, Jr., 19, of Mechanicsville, was offered a PBT which he refused. Mr. Darbie became argumentative and began to curse and attempted to incite approximately 30 other individuals. Mr. Darbie was instructed by deputies to stop cursing and remain quiet as he was hindering a police investigation. Mr. Darbie refused. Mr. Darbie was told he was under arrest and instructed to place his hands behind his back. Mr. Darbie refused to follow the deputies' instructions. As deputies attempted to handcuff Mr. Darbie, he pulled away and attempted to run away from the deputies. Deputies caught Mr. Darbie and were again attempting to handcuff him, but Mr. Darbie refused to obey several commands to comply and actively struggled to prevent the deputies from affecting the arrest. Mr. Darbie was eventually subdued and handcuffed.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On Sept. 21 at approximately 4:45 p.m., Senior Deputy First Class Clayton Safford responded to Wal-Mart in California for a report of disturbance. Upon arrival SDFC. Safford observed Samuel Lee Montgomery, 37, of no fixed address staggering out of Wal-Mart. SDFC Safford contacted Mr. Montgomery who had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage upon his breath and person. Mr. Montgomery's speech was very slurred and it was apparent to SDFC. Safford that Mr. Montgomery was intoxicated. Mr. Montgomery's loud speech and demeanor attracted the attention of several individuals in the area. Mr. Montgomery refused to leave with the individual who brought him to the Wal-Mart and continued to yell and cry attracting further attention. Mr. Montgomery was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.