LEONARDTOWN, Md. (Oct. 20, 2009) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.
TRESPASSING: On October 16, deputies responded to the Three Oaks Center in Lexington Park for a report of a trespasser. Investigation revealed Lavelle Bernard Miller, 27 of no fixed address, was served with a notice not to trespass on the property of the Three Oaks Center on October 4. Deputies contacted Miller, who was on the property, and arrested him for trespassing.
TRESPASSING: On October 16, deputies responded to Millison Plaza in Lexington Park for a report of a trespasser. Investigation revealed Robert Francis Perry, 65 of Lexington Park, was served with a notice not to trespass on the property of Millison Plaza on October 15. Deputies contacted Miller, who was on the property, and arrested him for trespassing.
VIOLATION OF PEACE ORDER: On June 30 Zachary Matthew Williams, 20 of Mechanicsville, was served with a peace order ordering Williams to remain off the property belonging to the respondent of the peace order. The peace order is active until December 30. On October 16, the respondent contacted the St. Mary's Sheriff's Office and advised that Williams was unlawfully in her residence while she was out of town. Deputies responded to the respondent's residence and located Williams inside. Williams was arrested for violating the conditions of the peace order.
CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCE VIOLATION: On October 16, Detective W. Raddatz observed a suspicious vehicle parked at the entrance of the park along the Wildewood Parkway in California. The area is clearly marked indicating the park is closed after dark. Detective Raddatz pulled up behind the vehicle and contacted the occupants Justin Scott Lee Casavant, 18 of California, and Dustin Nicholas Reid, 18 of Hollywood. As Detective Raddatz was speaking with the Casavant and Reid, he detected an odor of burnt marijuana. Further investigation revealed both Casavant and Reid were in possession of a controlled dangerous substance (marijuana) and controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia. Casavant and Reid were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia.
ASSAULT: On October 17, Deputies responded to Big Dogs Paradise for a report of a disturbance. Investigation revealed Thomas Lon Mayorga, 25 of Mechanicsville, was involved in an altercation at the establishment. As deputies were attempting to investigation the incident, Mayorga was yelling obscenities. The patrons of the business witnessed Mayorga's disorderly conduct. Deputies told Mayorga several times to stop cursing and acting disorderly. Mayorga refused to cooperate. Deputy Watters told Mayorga he was under arrest. Mayorga resisted arrest and struck Corporal Connelly. Mayorga was subdued and handcuffed. Mayorga was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and second-degree assault on a law enforcement officer.
TRESPASSING: On October 18, deputies responded to the Charlotte Hall Motel for the report of a trespasser. Investigation revealed Donald Kevin Wilson, 30 of Mechanicsville, got into a dispute with the hotel clerk over renting a room. Wilson who appeared to be intoxicated, did not have sufficient funds to rent a room, and was asked to leave the hotel. Wilson initially left the property but returned a short time later. Wilson banged on the hotel lobby door insisting the clerk allow him in. The hotel clerk called the Sheriff's Office. When deputies arrived, they found Wilson sleeping in a vehicle parked in the hotel parking lot. Further investigation revealed that Wilson did not own the vehicle nor had permission to be inside of the vehicle. Wilson was arrested and charged with trespassing.
ASSAULT: On October 18, deputies were called to Flower Drive in Lexington Park. Investigation revealed Amanda Renea Wedding, 23 of Lexington Park, was engaged in a verbal dispute with the victim, which escalated into a physical assault when Wedding struck the victim. Wedding was arrested and charged with second-degree assault.