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

St. Mary's County Sheriff's Reports


LEONARDTOWN, Md. (Feb. 10, 2010) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.

CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCE VIOLATION: On February 7, deputies responded to the Days Inn in Lexington Park for a report of a controlled dangerous substance violation in room 308. As deputies were standing outside of room 308, Kese Eman Lyles, 28, of no fixed address, opened the door to the room. When Lyles saw the deputies standing outside of the door he attempted to hide behind the door. Concerned for their officer safety the deputies stepped inside of the room. The deputies immediate smelled an odor of burnt marijuana and observed, in plain view, a baggie of suspected marijuana. Lyles was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance (suspected marijuana).

SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT, RESISTING ARREST: On February 7, deputies responded to the Peg Road Apartments in Lexington Park for a report of a domestic assault in progress. Upon arrival deputies found Gina Marie Rogers, 47 of Lexington Park, outside in the snow. Rogers reported she had been assaulted by Thomas Matthew Quinn, 44 of no fixed address. Rogers had visible signs of injury. Rogers stated Quinn had fled into the near by woods. Deputies followed footprints in the snow and located Quinn in the adjacent field. Rogers was told he was under arrest for assault. Rogers refused to place his hand behind his back to be handcuffed. After a brief struggle Quinn was handcuffed. Further investigation revealed Rogers and Quinn were engaged in a verbal dispute which escalated into a physical assault. Quinn reported to deputies that Rogers struck him in the face with a glass. Quinn also displayed visible signs of injury. Roger was arrested and charged with second degree assault. Quinn was charged with second degree assault and resisting arrest.

SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On February 8, deputies responded to a residence on Lincoln Road in Mechanicsville for a report of a domestic assault in progress. Investigation revealed David Lionell Butler, 46 of Mechanicsville, was involved in a verbal dispute with the victim which escalated into a physical assault when Butler choked the victim.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On February 8, deputies responded to the area of Columbus Drive in Lexington Park for a report of a fight. As deputies arrived they encountered Leonard Darnell Mackall, 20 of Lexington Park, along with another individual walking from the scene of the fight. The other individual was bleeding profusely from the hand/wrist area and both individuals had blood on their faces and clothing. Deputies attempted to interview the individuals about the fight. Both refused to cooperate with the deputies or answer questions. The rescue squad arrived to treat the injuries. Mackall began to interfere with the rescue crew. Mackall was told to stop interfering, which he refused. Mackall began to yell to others which caused a crowd to gather around to observe what was occurring. Mackall was told several times to stop his disorderly behavior, which he refused. Mackall was arrested for disorderly conduct, failing to obey a lawful order of a police officer, and obstruction/hindering a law enforcement officer from performing his/her duties. As deputies were dealing with the situation, Frederick Boyd Armstead, 34 of Lexington Park, arrived on the scene in the middle of the disorderly crowd. Armstead was asked to leave the area, which he initially complied. A short time later, as deputies were still attempting to calm and disburse the disorderly crowd, Armstead reappeared. Armstead was attempting to speak with Mackall who was in the process of being placed under arrest. Armstead was told by deputies to back away and leave the scene. Armstead refused which caused Mackall's behavior to become louder and more belligerent. Armstead was arrested and charged with interfering with a lawful arrest, disorderly conduct, hindering and failing to obey a lawful order of a police officer.

TRESPASSING: In July of 2005 Robin Ann Laabs, 38 of Lexington Park, was issued a No Trespassing Notice for the properties owned by Cherry Cove Land Development including the properties located at Lord Calvert Trailer Park. On February 9, Laabs was located attempting to flee a residence on Winding Way in Lexington Park. Laabs was arrested and charged with trespassing.

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