LEONARDTOWN, Md. (October 14, 2011)The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.
DRUG DEAL GONE BAD: On October 11, police responded to a residence in Lexington Park for the report of an armed robbery of a citizen. Detectives from the Bureau of Criminal Investigations (BCI) responded and assumed the investigation. Investigation by detectives revealed the victim had driven to the area in an attempt to purchase narcotics. During the transaction, Jeramey K. Bradshaw, Sr., age 23 of Lexington Park, produced a handgun, pointed it at the victim and stole money and personal property of the victim valued at over $1,000. A search and seizure warrant was executed by detectives, with the assistance of the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Emergency Services Team, at a nearby residence where Bradshaw was located and placed under arrest without incident. Bradshaw was charged with Armed Robbery and theft over $1,000 but less than $10,000 and incarcerated in the detention center pending an appearance before the District Court Commissioner.
BURGLARY ARRESTS: On September 16, police units responded to a private residence in Mechanicsville for the report of a burglary and theft. The case was forwarded to BCI for investigation. On October 5, BCI detectives arrested Kara E. Eveson, age 23, of Mechanicsville, and Andrew Allen Klock, age 25, of Hollywood, for the burglary of the residence and theft of numerous items inside the residence. Eveson and Klock were charged with First Degree Burglary and Theft $1,000 - $10,000, and were incarcerated in the St. Mary's County Detention Center. Eveson was later seen by a District Court Commissioner and released on personal recognizance. Klock is currently being held on $15,000 cash bond.
CONCEALED DANGEROUS WEAPON: On October 11 at approximately 9:00 p.m., deputies responded to a report of a female being assaulted on Point Lookout Road near Birch Manor Road located in Mechanicsville. Deputy Milam took the initial report and began an investigation. Later the victim called and advised that the suspect from the assault and his brother, John Warren Cleaveland, 24 of Mechanicsville, returned and threatened the victim with a knife. Cleaveland fled the scene and was followed by the victim. Deputy Milam located Cleaveland driving south on Point Lookout Road in Mechanicsville. During a probable cause search of Cleaveland's person, brass knuckles were located in his pocket. Cleaveland was arrested and charged with carrying a concealed dangerous weapon.