LEONARDTOWN, Md. (March 27, 2010) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.
SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT, POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCE: On March 24, Corporal S. Simonds responded to a residence on Iverson Drive in Great Mills in reference to a domestic dispute. Investigation revealed Andrea Clarissa Weilbacher, 22 of Great Mills, was in a dispute with the victim. The dispute was over Weilbacher using a controlled dangerous substance while pregnant. Weilbacher struck the victim in the face. Weilbacher also "keyed" down the side of the victim's vehicle causing damage. Cpl. Simonds contacted Weilbacher. Further investigation revealed she was in possession of suspected marijuana and paraphernalia. Weilbacher was arrested and charged with second degree assault, malicious destruction of property, possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia.
TRESPASSING: On March 20, Terrcell Ernest Thompson, 30 of no fixed address, was personally served with a notice not to trespass on to the property of the Three Oaks Men's Shelter in Lexington Park. On March 25, Thompson entered onto the property of the shelter in violation of the no trespassing notice. Thompson was arrested by Dfc. C. Dodson for trespassing.
VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER: On March 25, Deputy Croyle responded to a residence on Ace Lane in Lexington Park for a disturbance. Investigation revealed on August 5, 2008 a protective order was issued through the Juvenile and Domestic Relation District Court in Virginia ordering no contact between Christopher Andrew Kimble, 33 of Lexington Park, and the petitioner of the order. The order is effective until August 5, 2010. Kimble violated the conditions of the order by contacting the petitioner/victim. Kimble was arrested and charged with violating the conditions of a Virginia Court Protective Order.
ARREST FOR EARLIER ROBBERY OF RESTAURANT: On March 23, Jeremie Lamar Neal, 25 of Lexington Park, was arrested and served with a Grand Jury indictment charging him with two counts of burglary, two counts of theft over $1,000 and one count of malicious destruction of property in connection with the January 1 and January 8 burglaries of Wendy's Restaurant located in Lexington Park. Neal was presented to the courts on March 24, and released.