St. Mary's County Sheriff's Reports

LEONARDTOWN, Md. (March 18, 2009) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: On March 16, deputies responded to Compass Circle in Lexington Park for a report of a disturbance. Investigation revealed Joshua Lee Coleman, 24 of Lexington Park, entered a residence on Compass Circle without permission. The victim told Coleman to leave the residence. Coleman and the victim have a child in common. Coleman picked up the minor child in the residence and began to leave when he was stopped by the victim. Coleman gave the child back to the victim and shoved the victim. Coleman then removed the child from the victim's arms and set the child on the floor. Coleman then struck the victim several more times. As Coleman fled the residence he struck the child with the door on the way out. He was located a short time later, arrested and charged with 1st degree burglary, child abuse, and 2 counts of second degree assault.

SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On March 17, deputies responded to Fox Chase Drive in Great Mills for a report of a domestic assault. Investigation revealed Tony Jerome Armwood, 32 of Great Mills, was in a verbal dispute which escalated into a physical assault when he kicked the victim in the stomach and grabbed her in the face. Armwood was arrested and charged with second degree assault.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT, ASSAULT ON POLICE OFFICER: On March 17, deputies were dispatched to McKay's Plaza in Great Mills for a report for an intoxicated subject. Investigation revealed Anthony Kawika Somerville, 24 of Lexington Park, appeared to be intoxicated and was acting in a disorderly manner. Deputies offered to provide Somerville and his companion a ride home. Somerville refused, became even more disorderly, put his arm around his companion and walked her out into the traffic. Deputies had to intervene to prevent both parties from being struck by a car. Somerville was arrested for disorderly conduct. As he was being placed into the patrol vehicle, Somerville spit on Deputy Green.

SOLICITATION FOR PROSTITUTION: Vice Narcotics detectives, assisted by support team members, an Assistant State's Attorney and Sheriff's Office patrol deputies, conducted a prostitution operation this past weekend. Several arrests were made as follows:

--Tonya Rochelle Wilson, 38, of Bowie, Maryland.

-- Revah Gabrielle Williams, a.k.a. "Sunshine," 19, of Washington, DC.

-- Jasmin Ashley Crawford, a.k.a. "Honey," 19 of Capital Heights, Maryland.

-- Mary Queen Johnson, a.k.a. "Emperious," 29, of Woodbridge, Va.

-- A fifth suspect is in the process of being charged and information will be released soon.

-- Emmanuel Ezmon Fagon, 30, of Bowie, was arrested after he was questioned for providing a ride for one of the above listed females. During the questioning it was discovered that he was in possession of marijuana, a scale, and more than $2,800 in cash. All of those items were seized.

GRAND JURY INDICTMENT ARREST: Patricia Kay Johnson, 48, was arrested on an open Grand Jury Indictment for maintaining a common nuisance home. This comes because local law enforcement continuously gets called to Johnson's home for various incidents, including a shooting and drug activity. Several search and seizure warrants have been executed on homes she has maintained in Lexington Park over the last several years.

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