St. Mary's County Sheriff's Reports

LEONARDTOWN, Md. (March 03, 2010) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.

VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER: On March 1, Corporal J. Kirkner responded the Sun Trust Bank in California for a report of a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot. Cpl. Kirkner located the vehicle and identified the occupants. Howard Lee Perkins, 56, of Lusby, was the front passenger of the vehicle. A computer check of Perkins indicated an active protective order against Perkins. The protective order was issued and served on Perkins on February 27, ordering no contact with the protected person named in the order. Further check showed the protected person was the driver of the suspicious vehicle. Perkins was arrested for violating the conditions of the protective order.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On March 1, Cpl. Logalbo responded to a disturbance/trespassing complaint at Ridge Elementary School in Ridge. Investigation revealed Darrell Duane Jones, Jr., 31, of Lexington Park, entered the school and disrupted a Girl Scouts meeting. Jones did not have a daughter in the meeting and had no legal business entering the Girl Scouts meeting. Jones was asked to leave the meeting and initially complied but returned a short time later, smelling of alcohol. Jones startled and frightened the Girls Scouts with is disruptive behavior. Jones was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and disorderly intoxication on school property.

FALSE REPORT OF A CRIME, THEFT: On March 1, Dfc. W. Watters responded to the Leonardtown Burchmart for a report of a robbery. Investigation revealed Lance Allen Jones, 21, of Leonardtown, reported he had been robbed by two individuals after a drug deal for Oxycodone went bad. Jones provided a description of the suspect vehicle which deputies located a short distance from the Burchmart. Further investigation revealed Jones had actually stolen money from one of the individuals he was alleging had robbed him. Jones was chased by both individuals after it was discovered he had stolen money. Jones then contacted the Sheriff's Office and reported he had been robbed. The Jones was arrested for theft and false report of a crime.

FIRST DEGREE ASSAULT: On March 2, Cpl. V. Walker responded to a residence on Canvas Back Road in Callaway for a report of an assault in progress. Upon arrival Cpl. Walker found the victim lying on the floor with a stab wound to his upper chest. Cpl. Walker summoned the Emergency Medical Services to respond. The victim reported a light skinned female nicknamed "Dreka" stabbed him and fled next door. Deputies located Shadreka Kamya Barnes, 19, of Lexington Park, and took her into custody. Further investigation revealed Barnes and the victim were engaged in a verbal dispute which escalated into a physical assault when Barnes stabbed the victim in the chest. The victim was transported to St. Mary's Hospital.

DOMESTIC ASSAULT: On February 27, the victim and defendant, Mary Rodriguez Perkins, 59, of Solomons, arrived at the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office to inquire about protective order procedures against one another. Dfc. Nelson interviewed both parties. The victim stated he and Perkins were engaged in a verbal dispute over car keys in the parking lot of Emaculate Heart of Mary Church in Lexington Park. The victim stated the dispute escalated into an assault when Perking scratched him in the face and on the neck. The victim had visible signs on injury. Perkins stated the victim pulled her out of the driver's seat of their vehicle. She further stated when she went to reach for the car keys the victim elbowed her. Perkins did not have any physical signs of injury. Perkins was arrested for second degree assault.

DOMESTIC ASSAULT: On February 27, Deputy E. Croyle responded to the parking lot of St. Mary's Square in Lexington Park Maryland where she was contacted by a victim of a domestic assault. The victim reported she was traveling in a vehicle with Ernest Eugene Washington, Jr., 26, of Lexington Park, and they were engaged in a verbal dispute. Washington pulled the vehicle into the parking lot of Park Hall Elementary School where he got out of the vehicle, opened the victim's passenger door and began to punch at her. The victim was able to avoid Washington's punches. Washington then grabbed the victim by the ankles and pulled her from the vehicle. The victim stated she struck her head as she was pulled from the vehicle and scratched her elbows on the pavement. The victim was able to get away from Washington and contact the Sheriff's Office. After interviewing the victim, Deputy Croyle located Washington, interviewed and arrested him for second degree assault.

DOMESTIC ASSAULT: On February 27, Dfc. K. Nelson responded to Point Lookout Road in Leonardtown for a domestic assault. Investigation revealed Kevin Dewayne Greene, 45, of Leonardtown, was engaged in a verbal dispute with the victim which escalated into a physical assault when Greene choked the victim. Greene was arrest and charged with second degree assault.

SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On February 27, Dfc. A. Whipkey responded to a fight on Liberty Street in Lexington Park. Upon arrival Dfc. Whipkey met the victim who was bleeding from a laceration on his head. The victim reported he was in an argument with Terelle Lewis Martin, 21, of Lexington Park. The victim stated Martin punched him in the face causing the laceration. Martin was arrested and charged with second degree assault.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On February 27, at approximately 3:37 a.m. Deputy M. Boyer responded to a report of a disturbance on Lexwood Court in Lexington Park. As Boyer approached the apartment where the disturbance was reported he could hear a male, later identified as Anthony Leon Brooks, 29, of Lexington Park, yelling from within the apartment. Dfc. Boyer instructed Brooks to calm down and he complied. On February 27, Dfc. Boyer was again dispatched to Lexwood Court to the same apartment for a second report of a check the welfare/911 hung up call. Dfc. Boyer contacted a female inside the apartment who stated she did not call 911. Dfc. Boyer asked about Brooks who was in the apartment during the previous disturbance. The female stated she did not know where Brooks was. Dfc. Boyer located Brooks huddled behind an exterior door attempting to hide. As Dfc. Boyer approached Brooks, Brooks started knocking on apartment doors trying to hide and causing a disturbance. As Dfc. Boyer was attempting to interview Brooks, Brooks began to yell and curse loud enough to cause neighbors to look out their windows to see who was causing a disturbance. Brooks refused to lower his voice and was arrested for disorderly conduct.

TRESPASSING: On February 27, Dfc. A. Whipkey responded to St. Mary's College for a report of a trespasser who was being detained by the security of St. Mary's College. Investigation revealed On February 27, at 1:15 a.m. St. Mary's College security issued Nathaniel Andrew McDermott, 22 of Pocomoke, a notice not to trespass and ordered him to leave the campus. McDermott initially complied. On February 27, at approximately 4:44 a.m. McDermott returned to the campus and was detained by campus security. McDermott was arrested for trespassing.

SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT, FALSE IMPRISONMENT: On February 28, Dfc. Boyer responded to the A & E Motel in Lexington Park for a report of a domestic assault. Upon arrival Dfc. Boyer heard a woman yelling within a motel room. The woman was yelling at a male to let her out of the room and a male, later identified as Raymond Anthony McDowell, 31, of St. Inigoes, telling her he would not let her out. Further investigation revealed the victim and McDowell had been engaged in a verbal dispute which escalated into a physical assault when McDowell attempted to choke the victim. The victim broke free but then McDowell shut and blocked the door and refused to allow the victim to leave. McDowell was arrested and charged with second degree assault and false imprisonment.

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