LEONARDTOWN, Md. (June 14, 2010) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.
SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On June 8, Corporal Johnson responded to a residence on Alison Circle in Mechanicsville for a report of an assault. Investigation revealed the victim was engaged in a verbal dispute with Douglas Alan Carlson, 44 of Mechanicsville, over house cleaning. The verbal dispute escalated into a physical assault when Carlson kicked a closet door causing it to separate from the hinges and strike the victim in the arm. Carlson was arrested and charged with second degree assault.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On June 11 at approximately 10:45 pm, deputies responded to Missouri Avenue in Lexington Park for a report of a fight in progress involving numerous people. Upon arrival deputies observed a large disorderly crowd standing on Rogers Drive. The crowd was agitated and yelling. Due to the number of people involved and the potential for further problems, Deputy First Class Meyer instructed the persons involved to disburse and return to their homes. Joseph Lee Kelson, Jr., 51 of Lexington Park, refused to listen to DFC Meyer's instructions, yelled profanity and informed the deputies on the scene that he was not going anywhere. Kelson's disorderly behavior incited others to be disorderly. Kelson was told he was under arrest for disorderly conduct. Kelson refused to comply and resisted arrest. After a brief struggle Kelson was subdued and handcuffed. Kelson was charged with disorderly conduct, failing to obey a lawful order of a police officer and resisting arrest.
MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT, THEFT OVER/UNDER $1,000, DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: On June 10, a 2002 Ford Ranger truck was stolen from Mary Margaret Court in Lexington Park. Contained in the truck were numerous personal items of the owner. On June 11, Dion Jamar Davis, 20 of California, was observed operating the truck in Lexington Park. Deputies approached Davis and he fled on foot. As Davis was running he threw the keys to the truck on the ground which deputies recovered. Davis broke a 6 foot wooden fence as he attempted to elude deputies but he was subsequently caught and arrested. Davis was charged with motor vehicle theft, theft under $1,000, theft over $1,000 and destruction of property.
ATTEMPTING TO OBTAIN PRESCRIPTION DRUGS BY FRAUD, REMOVING PRESCRIPTION DRUG LABEL: On June 12, DFC Dodson was interviewing Abbie Ann Hilz, 26 of Huntingtown, in reference to a disturbance. Dfc. Dodson asked Hilz if she was in possession of any weapons or anything illegal. Hilz stated no and emptied the contents of her pockets. Hilz produced a clear plastic bag containing fifteen cholesterol pills. Cholesterol is a prescription muscle relaxant. Further investigation revealed Hilz did not have a prescription for the medication. She had obtained the medication from a friend. Hilz was charged with obtaining a prescription drug by fraud and removing a prescription drug label.
FALSE STATEMENT TO POLICE, THEFT, POSSESSION OF CDS AND PARAPHERNALIA: On June 10 at approximately 12:45 am, Collin Scott Campbell, 23 of Great Mills, called the St. Mary's County Emergency Communications Center and reported a female had just robbed him. Campbell stated he was at the WaWa on Three Notch Road in California when he was approached by a female asking for money. Campbell told the communication center that he pulled out his wallet to give the woman a few dollars. Campbell explained the woman then grabbed his wallet, which contained thirty-five dollars, and fled in a green Honda. The vehicle was last seen traveling down Rue Purchase Road. Deputies responded to the WaWa, contacted Campbell and began to attempt to locate the green Honda. Maryland State Police Helicopter Trooper 2 was requested and began responding to assist. Campbell retold his story to Deputy Nelson and further described the female.
A short time later deputies located the vehicle and suspect who was identified as Kimberly Christine Sariego, 21 of Callaway. Sariego was detained and searched. Thirty-five dollars in cash and a plastic smoking device containing suspected marijuana was located on her person. Sariego was transported back to the WaWa and was positively identified by Campbell as the woman who robbed him. Deputy Nelson interviewed Sariego. Sariego stated she and Campbell met in the parking lot of the WaWa so she could purchase marijuana from Campbell. Sariego stated Campbell was trying to sell her parsley claiming it was marijuana so she left. Sariego stated she did not give any money to Campbell and denied taking money from Campbell.
Deputy Nelson re-interviewed Campbell who then changed his story and admitted he did not tell Deputy Nelson the truth. Campbell stated he called and meet Sariego but he was not trying to sell her marijuana. Campbell stated he was trying to buy prescription drugs from her. Campbell was arrested and charged with making a false stated to a police officer. Sariego was arrested and charged with theft, possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia.