LEONARDTOWN, Md. (Feb. 9, 2009) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.
UN-AUTHORIZED USE OF VEHICLE: On February 5, 2009 the victim reported Nathan Thomas Mills, 20 of Hollywood, Maryland took her 2003, Subaru without permission while she was sleeping. The victim did not give Mr. Mills permission to use her vehicle because she believed Mr. Mills' driver's license were suspended. On February 6, 2009 Nathan Mills returned the vehicle. The victim contacted the Sheriff's Office and Mr. Mills was arrested for un-authorized use of a motor vehicle and theft.
SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On February 6, 2009 deputies responded to a residence in Lexington Park for a report of a domestic assault. Investigation revealed the victim and Daniel Joseph Sadosky, 20, of Lexington Park, were engaged in a verbal dispute which turned physical when Sadosky grabbed the victim by the wrist, pinned her down onto the couch, and bit her in the chest. The victim was able to break free and fled to a neighbor's house where she called the police. Daniel Sadosky was arrested and charged with second degree assault.
PROPERTY DESTRUCTION: On February 7, 2009 at 0012 hours while patrolling in the Wildewood Subdivision, DFC Charles Dodson approached a black SUV which was traveling in the opposite direction on Wildewood Parkway. As Dodson passed the SUV he heard what sounded like a collision against the driver's side of his vehicle. Dodson immediately turned around on said vehicle which accelerated away and made a quick turn into a complex parking lot while attempting to elude him. The vehicle was stopped and while exiting his vehicle during the stop, Dodson noticed egg yolk on the driver's side rear door and window. The four juvenile occupants (Male - 17, M - 16, M - 16, M - 16, all of Leonardtown) were detained. Located inside the suspect vehicle were three cartons of eggs (25 eggs missing), a roll of toilet paper and three aluminum bats. The suspects were placed under arrest and transported to the Sheriff's Office for processing. DFC. Dodson's vehicle sustained minor damage (paint chipping) during the incident. The juvenile stated they did not realize it was a police car when the egg was thrown.
ILLEGAL DRUGS: On February 7, 2009 Dfc. J. Stone stopped a pickup truck for a traffic violation. The driver was identified as David Wayne Venis, Jr., 20, of Mechanicsville. Two juvenile passengers (male, 17 of Mechanicsville, and a female, 15 of Vero Beach, Florida) were also in the truck. Dfc. Stone could smell a strong odor of burnt marijuana emitting from the truck. Dfc. Stone had Mr. Venis step from the vehicle. When Mr. Venis exited the truck Dfc. Stone saw a blue controlled dangerous substance smoking device containing suspected marijuana. Mr. Venis was arrested. Further search of the truck, incident to arrest, revealed additional suspect marijuana. The two juvenile passengers were arrested. All parties were charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia.
FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE: On February 7, 2009 Dfc. W. Watters conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Medley's Neck Road & Popular Hill in Valley Lee. The operator of the vehicle was identified as Tyrone nmn Ross, 40, of California. A driver's license check revealed Mr. Ross' driver's license was suspended. Additionally, there was an open warrant with the Cherryville Police Department in North Carolina for Tyrone Ross for Felony Assault and 1st Degree Burglary. Tyrone Ross was arrested and charge as a fugitive from justice. He is currently incarcerated in the St. Mary's County Detention Center pending a bond review.
ILLEGAL DRUGS: On February 8, 2009 Dfc. J. Stone stopped a 1996 Ford Mustang for a traffic violation. The driver was identified as Edward Christopher Edinger, 18, of Loveville. As Dfc. Stone was speaking with Mr. Edinger, he could smell a strong odor of burnt marijuana. Dfc. Stone had Edward Edinger step from the vehicle. Dfc. Stone could smell a strong odor of burnt marijuana emitting from Mr. Edinger's clothing. A search of Mr. Edinger's vehicle revealed a clear plastic baggie containing suspected marijuana. Edward Edinger was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance.