LEONARDTOWN, Md. (July 30, 2010) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.
VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER: On January 12, Robert Allen Mattingly, 67 of Great Mills, was served with a protective order ordering him not to contact or attempt to contact the petitioner of the order. On July 23, Mattingly violated the conditions of the order when he left a voicemail message on the petitioner's telephone. Mattingly was located and arrested for violating the conditions of the order.
POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCE: On July 24, Corporal Connelly responded to the EZ Wash Laundromat in Mechanicsville to check the welfare of two individuals who appeared to be passed out in a vehicle. Cpl. Connelly located the vehicle and observed Stephanie Ann Shifflett, 23 of Waldorf, and Mark Allen Nalborczyk, 22 of Indian Head, inside the vehicle asleep. Shifflett was holding a rolled dollar bill in her hand. Through Cpl. Connelly's his training and experience he knew rolled dollar bills are sometimes used to ingest controlled danger substances. Cpl. Connelly also observed a compact disk case with white powder residue and a half of a prescription pill in the lap of Nalborczyk. Cpl. Connelly contacted Nalborczyk and Shifflett. Nalborczyk was arrested for possession of a controlled dangerous substance. Search incident to Nalborczyk's arrest revealed he was also in possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia containing burnt marijuana reside. Nalborczyk was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance and one count of possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia. Further investigation revealed Shifflett was illegally in possession of prescription narcotics. Shifflett was arrested and charged with three counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On July 25 at a residence on Mechanicsville Road in Mechanicsville, Maryland William James Cooper, 23 of Lexington Park, was engaged in a verbal dispute with the victim which escalated into a physical when Cooper choked the victim. Cooper was arrested and charged with second degree assault.
THEFT UNDER $1,000: On July 25, Cpl. Milam responded to the Charlotte Hall Motel in Charlotte Hall for a reported disturbance in a room. Cpl. Milam contacted the individuals in the room who were causing a disturbance and advised them to quiet down. As she was leaving the parking lot she noticed a Chevrolet pick up truck occupied by two juveniles. Cpl. Milam checked the registration to the vehicle through the Maryland Department of Motor Vehicles and discovered the tag to the vehicle was reported stolen. As Cpl. Milam was speaking with the juveniles, Thomas Edwin Burmeister, 28 of Waldorf, exited the hotel and told Cpl. Milam that the truck belonged to him. Burmeister was arrested and charged with theft.
THEFT, POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCE: On July 25, Deputy Croyle responded to the CVS in Lexington Park for a report of a theft which had just occurred. Investigation revealed a black male, approximately six feet tall, wearing white shorts and a black jacket with "Coogi" written on it walked into the CVS, picked up a 15-inch Craig brand television and walked out of the store without paying for it. An employee of the CVS reported this was the second time the suspect stole a television from the store. The employee stated the suspect also stole a television on July 6. Deputy Croyle reviewed the in store surveillance tape of the suspect committing the theft. The suspect was last seen walking towards the Lexington Park Library. Deputy Croyle checked the area and located the suspect sitting on the front porch of a residence on Roger's Drive in Lexington Park. The suspect was identified as Jeffrey Leon Lyles, 47 of Lexington Park. The CVS employee responded to Roger's Drive and identified Lyles as the person who committed the thefts. Lyles was arrested and charged with two counts of theft. Search incident to arrest revealed Lyles was also in possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia, a smoking device with suspect cocaine residue. Lyle was additionally charged with possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.