St. Mary's County Sheriff's Reports - Southern Maryland Headline News

St. Mary's County Sheriff's Reports


LEONARDTOWN, Md. (Jan. 28, 2009) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office recently released the following incident and arrest reports.

ILLEGAL DRUGS: On January 27 Deputy R. Nielson conducted a traffic stop at Rt. 235 and Valley Dr. in Lexington Park because the vehicle had an inoperative headlight. Deputy Nielson contacted the driver, Brandon Cainian Zeigler, 28, of California. During the course of the traffic stop the Mr. Zeigler gave consent to search his vehicle. The consent search was conducted and a bottle containing Gabapetmin (generic for Neurontin), a prescription drug, was located in the middle console of the vehicle. The name on the prescription bottle had been scratched off. Further investigation revealed the prescription did not belong to Mr. Ziegler and Mr. Ziegler had attempted to distribute the drug to another individual. Zeigler was arrested and charged with removing a required prescription label, possession of a prescription drug with a removed label and possession with intent to distribute a prescription drug.

2ND DEGREE DOMESTIC ASSAULT: On January 27 DFC K. Meyer responded to Compass Circle in Lexington Park for a reported domestic assault. Upon arrival DFC Meyer made contact with victim who stated she was assaulted by her boyfriend, Troy Lamont Fenwick, 33, of Lexington Park. The victim reported an argument ensued between her and Fenwick. Fenwick struck the victim in the head several times with a closed fist. Fenwick then shoved the victim onto the bed where he laid on top of her while she continually screamed for him to stop attacking her. The victim was able to get Mr. Fenwick from on top of her. Mr. Fenwick left the residence but eventually was located a short time later at the A and E Motel at which time he was arrested and charged with second degree assault.

4 ARRESTS FOR BURGLARY, THEFT: On January 25 the St. Mary's Sheriff's Office received information of a possible burglary which had already occurred. Investigation revealed Devon Albert Courtney Morgan, 18, of Great Mills, Alex NMN Nunez, 23, of California, Robert Joseph Beeson, 19, of Mechanicsville, and a 17 year-old female from Great Mills inquired about a renting townhouse on Surfside Drive in Lexington Park on Jan. 22. The suspects walked through a fully furnished townhouse, with a real estate agent, as if they were interested in renting it. During the walk through the suspects unlocked a window so they could return later to commit a burglary. On the evening of Jan. 23 Morgan, Nunez, Beeson, and the juvenile returned to the rental on Surfside Drive, entered the building through the window they unlocked and removed property from within. During the investigation DFC Meyer and Deputy Green were able to locate a witness who provided information to the deputies of the burglary. Based on witness cooperation DFC Meyer located the townhouse which was still unlocked. An examination inside indicated several items had been removed from the premises. The rental agent for the property responded and confirmed the burglary and theft. The agent identified several missing items which included electronics (TV, DVD player, VCR, speakers, etc.). All of the stolen property was located and recovered from various locations. All four suspects were charged with first degree burglary and theft over $500.00.

MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION: On Jan. 26 at approximately 2358 hours, deputies responded to a motor vehicle collision on Colton's Point Road in the area of Young Lane in Morganza. Investigation revealed Denise Grace Stoudt, 19, of Mechanicsville, was operating a 2003 Toyota Echo. Ms. Stoudt was traveling northbound on Colton's Point Road when she drove off the roadway and collided with a tree along the roadside. The vehicle subsequently overturned trapping Ms. Stout inside. Denise Stoudt was flown to Prince George's County Shock Trauma by Maryland State Police Helicopter Trooper 7 with serious injuries. The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Collision Reconstruction Team responded and assumed the investigation. The investigation is continuing. Alcohol may be a contributing factor.

MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION: On Jan. 27 at approximately 0204 hours, Deputies responded to a motor vehicle collision on Millstone Landing Road in California. Investigation revealed [name redacted], was operating a 1991 Toyota Corolla, traveling northbound on Millstone Landing Road when he failed to negotiate a curve, drove off the opposite roadside and struck a tree. [Name redeacted] was flown to Prince George's County Trauma by Maryland State Police Helicopter Trooper 7 with incapacitation injuries. Investigation is continuing. Alcohol may be a contributing factor. **08-APR-2016: Name redacted as a courtesy. No charges were filed in the case.

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