LEONARDTOWN, Md. (May 26, 2010) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office recently released the following incident and arrest reports.
CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCE VIOLATION: On May 21, Deputy Ellis was patrolling southbound on Point Lookout Road in Leonardtown when he observed a 1996 Oldsmobile being driven after dark without its headlights on. Deputy Ellis initiated a traffic stop and contacted the driver, Kimberly Michelle Dove, 24 of Mechanicsville. A check of Dove's license through the Motor Vehicle Administration revealed her privilege to drive in Maryland was suspended. Dove consented to a search of her vehicle. As a result of the consent search, Deputy Ellis located a clear plastic baggie containing suspected oxyodone concealed in the ash tray. Dove was arrested and charged with possession prescription medication in a container without a proper label as required by state law.
CHILD NEGLECT, FALSE STATEMENT TO POLICE OFFICER: On May 21, Deputy George responded to a residence on Valley Court in Lexington Park for a check the welfare call. Alusine Kelleh Mansaray, 24 of Bowie, had called and reported a three year-old child had been left alone in the residence by the child's mother. When Deputy George arrived at the residence, he knocked several times but no one answered the door. Deputy George contacted a maintenance man and had him unlock the residence. A three year-old male was found alone sleeping in the residence. Further investigation revealed the child had not been left by his mother. Mansaray actually had care and custody of the child and had left the child alone in the residence. Mansaray was arrested and charged with locking a child, under the age of 8 years-old, in a dwelling without proper supervision. Mansaray was also charged with false statement to a police officer.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On May 21 at approximately 6:10 pm, Cpl. Walker responded to a residence on Great Mills Road in Lexington Park for a report of a disorderly. Prior to Cpl. Walker's arrival it was reported Dexter Erwin Holland, 28 of Owings, was extremely intoxicated and causing a disturbance. However, when Cpl. Walker arrived Holland was not causing a disturbance. A friend of Holland's had escorted Holland into one of the apartments. As Cpl. Walker was leaving the apartment complex she was contacted by neighbors who reported Holland consistently disturbs residents of the apartments with his disorderly behavior. Cpl. Walker instructed the neighbor to contact the Sheriff's Office should Holland begin causing a disturbance again. On May 21, at approximately 7:22 pm Cpl. Walker was dispatched back to the apartments for an assault in progress call. Upon arrival Cpl. Walker encountered Dexter Holland who was yelling and stumbling in the parking lot. Numerous neighbors were outside of their apartment observing Holland's disorderly behavior. Dexter Holland was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.
SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On May 22, Deputy Ellis responded to a residence on Carmen Woods Drive in Lexington Park for a report of an assault. Investigation revealed the victim was in a verbal dispute with Darryl NMN Bates II, 27 of Lexington Park, which escalated into a physical assault when Bates grabbed her by the wrist and throat and choked her. Bates was arrested and charged with second degree assault.
POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA: On May 21, Deputy Kampf responded to a residence on East Edinview Court in Mechanicsville for an investigation. As Deputy Kampf approached the residence he could smell a strong odor of burnt marijuana. Deputy Kampf interviewed the occupants of the residence and discovered Edward Glenn Thompson, Jr., 19 of Charlotte Hall, and Laland Devon Thomas, 19 of Mechanicsville, were in possession of suspected marijuana. Both Thompson and Thomas were arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, suspected marijuana.
SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On May 23, 9:26 am Deputy Campbell responded to a residence on Three Notch Road for a report of an assault. Investigation revealed the victim was in a verbal dispute with Michael Leonard Semiklose, 24 of Hollywood, which escalated into a physical assault when Semiklose grabbed the victim. Semiklose was arrested and charged with second degree assault. Semiklose was provided an initial appearance before a court commissioner and released. As a condition of Semiklose's release, Semiklose was not to have contact with the victim of his assault. On May 23, at approximately 3:00 pm Semiklose returned to the residence on Three Notch Road and again assaulted the victim. Deputies responded to the residence, arrested Semiklose and charged him with disorderly conduct and second degree assault.
VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER: On May 20, Jackie Lynn-Royn Adkins, 61 of no fixed address, was served with a protective order ordering no contact between Adkins and the petitioner of the order. On May 23, Adkins violated the conditions of the order by calling the petitioner and going to the petitioner's residence. Adkins was arrested for violating the conditions of the protective order.
THREAT OF ARSON, SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On May 23, Deputy Adams responded to a residence on Hill and Dale Drive in Mechanicsville for a report of a disturbance. Investigation revealed Nicole Ann Wood, 19 of Mechanicsville, was engaged in a verbal dispute with Jonathan Daniel Lyon, 24 of Mechanicsville. A third party attempted to intervene and stop the dispute. Wood threatened to burn down the third party's house for intervening. Lyon became angry at Wood's threat and pushed Wood to the ground causing abrasions to Woods back. Lyon was arrested for second degree assault and Wood was arrested and charged with threatening arson.
THREAT OF ARSON: On May 23, Deputy Ellis responded to a residence on Ricky's Place in Lexington Park for a report of a disturbance. Deputies had responded three times earlier in the day to the same location for Anthony Ray Bryant, Jr., 24 of Lexington Park, acting in a disorderly manner. Upon arrival, Deputy Ellis met with the victim who reported Bryant repeatedly made verbal threats to set fire to her residence and burn it down. Deputies attempted to interview Bryant. Bryant was aggressive and extremely confrontational with the deputies. Bryant was arrested and charged with making threats of arson.
TRESPASSING: On May 23, Deputy George responded to a residence on Oregon Way in Lexington Park for a report of a trespasser. Upon arrival Deputy George met the owner of the residence who reported Eric Gabriel Turner-Groth, 22 of La Plata, had been visiting the residence, but she now wanted him to leave and he was refusing to do so. Turner-Groth, who was extremely intoxicated, had urinated on the floor of the residence and refused to leave. Turner-Groth was arrested and charged with trespassing.
POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCE: On May 23, Randall Andrew Brinza, 53 of Pensacola, Florida was operating a motor vehicle on Three Notch Road in the area of Laurel Grove Road in Mechanicsville when he was stopped for a traffic violation. As a result of the traffic stop, Brinza was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. Search incident to Brinza's arrest revealed he was in possession of suspected marijuana and controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia. In addition to being arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, Brinza was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, suspected marijuana and possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On May 24, Deputy Fahey responded to the Shell station in Lexington Park for a report of a disturbance. Upon arrival Deputy Fahey met several witnesses who reported Angelo Albert Alvino, Jr., 50 of Lexington Park, was extremely intoxicated and causing a disturbance by blocking the store entrance and harassing customers for money. Deputy Fahey contacted Alvino who was loud, intoxicated and agitated. At one point Alvino pulled the seat off of his bicycle and raised it over his head towards Deputy Fahey. Alvino was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.
FIRST & SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On May 24, Deputies responded to a residence on Lexwood Court in Lexington Park for an assault. Investigation revealed Samuel Lee Montgomery, 39 of Lexington Park, threw a telephone for no apparent reason, striking one victim at the residence in the head. A third party in the residence confronted Montgomery about the assault and an argument between the two ensued. Montgomery went into the kitchen, grabbed a knife, placed it along the third party's (victim's) neck and cut the victim. The victim was able to fend off the attack. Montgomery fled but was located a short distance from the residence, arrested and charged with one count of first degree assault and two counts of second degree assault.
VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER: On May 24, Cpl. Handy responded to a residence on Garfield Street in Great Mills for a report of a violation of a protective order. Investigation revealed Robert Allen Mattingly, 66 of Great Mills, was served with a protective order on January 12. The order is in effect until January 12, 1011. The order states that Mattingly is not to contact, harass or enter onto the property of the protected petitioner. On May 24, at approximately 8:30 pm Mattingly went to the petitioner's residence and threatened to smash her car windows. On May 25, at approximately 1:30 am Mattingly was located and arrested for violating the conditions of a protective order.