LEONARDTOWN, Md. (Dec. 24, 2009) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office recently released the following incident and arrest reports.
1ST & 2ND DEGREE ASSAULT, DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On December 24, deputies responded to the Quick Stop gas station on Great Mills Road in Great Mills for a fight in progress call. When deputies arrived they observed two males fighting inside of a vehicle. Dfc. George observed Pierre Lamont Harris, 24 of Great Mills, striking the victim in the face with a closed fist while holding an object in that hand. Dfc. George opened the vehicle door and extricated Harris from the vehicle, stopping the assault. As Harris was being placed on the ground to be handcuffed, a fixed blade steak knife fell from his hand. Harris was handcuffed and transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center where he was charged with 1st Degree Assault, 2nd Degree Assault and Disorderly Conduct. During the same incident, as Deputy Chimko-Fahey arrived on the scene, she observed an individual, later identified as Lamount Drewell Carey, 20 of Lexington Park, holding a baseball bat and striking another individual. When Carey saw Deputy Chimko-Fahey he dropped the bat and attempted to flee. After a brief foot chase, Carey was apprehended. Deputy Chimko-Fahey went back to contact the individual who Carey was assaulting. The victim had left the Quick Stop and Deputy Chimko-Fahey was unable to identify him. Deputy Chimko-Fahey charged Carey with Disorderly Conduct.
THEFT, THEFT SCHEME: On December 23, deputies responded to a residence on Kinnegad Place in Great Mills, for a report of a theft. Investigation revealed a witness observed two teen age girls, both 15-years-old, one from California, and the other from Great Mills, walking along a path behind Kinnegad Drive carrying envelopes and packages. When the two girls got to the end of the path their hands no longer had the envelopes or packages. The witness thought their activity was suspicious so he went to investigate and walked along the path. The witness discovered open envelopes and a package (mail) from various people. As deputies were talking to the witness the two juveniles girls walked back down the path. The deputies stopped the juveniles. Further investigation revealed the juveniles were taking mail and packages out of mailboxes in the area of Kinnegad Drive, Kinnegad Place and Lower Kells Lane in Great Mills to steal money, gift cards and other valuables. The juveniles were arrested and charged with 7 counts of theft and 1 count of theft scheme and released to their parents. Deputies Maguire and Worrey were the investigating deputies.
POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCE: On December 24, Dfc. K. Meyer initiated a traffic stop on a 2004 Ford Focus for failure to drive right of center. Ashley Nicole Thomas, 22 of no fixed address, was identified as the driver. A computer check of Thomas revealed an open arrest warrant in Calvert County. Thomas was arrested on the warrant. Search incident to arrest revealed a glass smoking device containing suspected crack cocaine on her person. Thomas was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance - crack cocaine and possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia. Search of the vehicle incident to arrest revealed a 30 mg capsule of Adderall, a schedule II controlled dangerous substance, in the front passenger side door. The passenger Michael Lee Shaffier, 30 of Leonardtown, was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance - Adderall.
POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCE: On December 23, Deputy M. Green responded to a residence on Chapman Drive in Lexington Park, for a report of an unwanted guest. Investigation revealed the homeowner wanted Kenneth Boyd Bloodsworth, 27 of Leonardtown, who was intoxicated and in possession of a controlled dangerous substance, to leave her residence. With the permission of the homeowner, Deputy Green entered the residence, observed a white powdered substance, along with a clear plastic baggie containing suspected cocaine spread along the kitchen counter and Bloodsworth seated across from the kitchen. Bloodsworth was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, suspected cocaine.
TRESPASSING AND DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On December 21, deputies responded to the Maryland Bank & Trust in Lexington Park for a trespassing complaint. Upon arrival they located Kevin Eugene Watts, 45 of Lexington Park, standing on the property of Maryland Bank & Trust. Deputies confirmed Watts had previously been served with a no trespassing notice for the property. Watts was arrested for trespassing. As deputies were arresting Watts, Mary Agnes Morgan, 39 of Lexington Park, walked down the roadway leading to the bank yelling at the deputies not to arrest her boyfriend, Watts. Deputies warned Morgan not to approach and to stop yelling. Morgan's disorderly behavior was attracting the attention of several bank patrons. Morgan refused to obey the deputies and continued to yell. Morgan was arrested for failing to obey a lawful order of a police officer and disorderly conduct.