LA PLATA, Md. (Jan. 20, 2010) - The La Plata Barrack of the Maryland State Police (MSP) today released the following incident and arrest reports.
POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA: On January 13 at approximately 2321 hours, TFC M. Newman was on routine patrol traveling westbound on Billingsley road at U.S. Route 301 when he observed the driver of a silver Chevrolet S-10 not restrained by a seat belt. TFC Newman stopped the vehicle
and made contact with the driver Jarrod Warren Bagley, 25 of Waldorf. Bagley was charged with possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.
VIOLATION OF PROTECTION ORDER: On January 14 at approximately 1349 hours, Trooper B. Sorenson was stationary on southbound U.S. Route 301, south of Vernon road when he observed a green Buick passenger vehicle with the driver not restrained by a seat belt. Tpr. Sorenson stopped the vehicle and made contact with the driver Brittney Kia Clayton and her passenger Marc Harold Taylor 2nd, 20 of Suitland. A check through NCIC revealed that Clayton has an Exparte/Protection order against Taylor. Taylor was arrested for violation of a protection order.
TRANSPORT HANDGUN: On January 16 at approximately 0122 hours, Trooper C. Cummings was in the area of northbound U.S. Route 301, north of Route 5, when he observed a green Ford F-150 not displaying lighted tag lights. Trooper Cummins stopped the vehicle and made contact with Clyde Baker Jr., 28 of Lexington Park. Baker was arrested for carry and knowlingly transport a handgun (Ruger P95DC 9 mm and two magazines) in a vehicle upon the public roads.
POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA: On January 17 at approximately 0240 hours TFC W. Posey was on routine patrol on northbound U.S. Route 301, south of Plaza Drive, when he observed a black Chevrolet Impala failing to drive in a single lane. TFC Posey stopped the vehicle and made contact with the driver and his passenger Julian Timothy Hines, 19 of Ft. Washington, when he detected a moderate odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. Hines was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and paraphernalia; and sufficient quantity to indicate an intent to distribute.
COUNTERFEIT TRADEMARK OF $1000: On January 18 at approximately 1108 hours, TFC J. Wilson was traveling southbound on St. Charles Parkway, south of St. Marks Drive, when he observed a red Chevrolet Impala with the driver not wearing a seat belt. TFC Wilson stopped the vehicle and made contact with the driver, Justin Matthew Fulton, 20 of Clinton. Fulton was charged with counterfeit Trademark of $1000.