LEONARDTOWN, Md. (June 24, 2010) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.
VIOLATION OF A PEACE ORDER, RESISTING ARREST: On February 26, Jackie Lynn Ryon Adkins, 60 of no fixed address, was served with a peace order ordering Adkins not to enter upon the property of the petitioner. The order is effective until August 25. On June 21, Adkins violated the conditions of the order by entering onto the property of the petitioner. Adkins had left the property prior to the deputy's arrival but was located a short time later by Dfc. Dodson. Dfc. Dodson informed Adkins she was under arrest for violating the conditions of a peace order. Adkins refused to submit to Dfc. Dodson's arrest by crossing her arms and hand across her chest and refusing to be handcuffed. After a brief struggle Dfc. Dodson handcuffed Adkins and transported her to the detention center where she was charged with violating the conditions of a peace order.
TRESPASSING: On June 21, Dfc. LaBrack served Brandon Wayne Danchack, 25 of no fixed address, with a notice not to trespass on the property of Cole Travel located on South Shangri-La Drive in Lexington Park. On June 22, Dfc. LaBrack responded to Cole Travel for a report of a trespasser. Brandon Danchack had returned to the property. Dfc. LaBrack arrested Danchack and charged him with trespassing.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY LESS THAN $500: On June 22, Dfc. Dodson responded to Iverson Drive in Great Mills for a report of a destruction of property. The victim reported Andrea Clarrissa Weilbacher, 22 of Great Mills, deliberately poured bleach over his clothing to destroy his property. Several shirts and a pair of pants belonging to the victim were damaged by bleach. The value of the damaged clothing was less then five hundred dollars. Dfc. Dodson made contact with Weilbacher and advised her of her Miranda rights. Weilbacher told Dfc. Dodson she understood her rights and agree to answer his questions. After interviewing Weilbacher, Dfc. Dodson arrested and charged her with destruction of property.