St. Mary's County Sheriff's Reports - Southern Maryland Headline News

St. Mary's County Sheriff's Reports


LEONARDTOWN, Md. (October 18, 2011)—The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.

SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On October 14 at approximately 5:00 a.m., deputies responded to a residence on Rumsford Lane in California for a report of an assault. Investigation revealed Monica Rankin, 34 of California, engaged in a verbal altercation with the victim which escalated into a physical assault when Rankin scratched and bit the victim. Deputy Ellis responded to the scene. Rankin was arrested and charged with second degree assault.

FIRST DEGREE ASSAULT: On October 15 Andrew Joseph Burnette, 21 of St. Inigoes, and Nicholas Alexander Stubbs, 22 of Lexington Park, drove to a residence on Kyrstal Lane in Lexington Park where they attempted to purchase percocet pills from Jeremy Raymond Eberle, 21 of no fixed address. When Burnette and Stubbs did not receive the pills they had paid for, they exited the vehicle and began kicking and punching Eberle on his upper body. Stubbs also brandished a knife at Eberle. As Burnette and Stubbs were leaving the area, Burnette attempted to strike Eberle with his vehicle. Deputies responding to the scene located Burnette and Stubbs. Burnette and Stubbs were charged with first and second degree assault. Eberle was charged with theft, trespassing and conspiracy to sell drugs.

SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On October 15 at approximately 4:00 a.m., deputies responded to a residence on Rodgers Drive in Lexington Park for a report of an assault. Investigation revealed Francis Corey Proctor, Jr., 26 of Lexington Park, was involved in an altercation with the victim. Proctor grabbed the victim by her neck and began choking her. Proctor then grabbed the victim's arms and threw her to the ground. Deputy Rodgers responded to the scene and arrested Proctor. He was charged with second degree assault.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On October 15 at approximately 12:20 a.m., deputies and responded to Bar on Mervel Dean Road in Hollywood for the report of a domestic disturbance. A Maryland State Trooper arrived on scene first and was attempting to make an arrest of a female subject. While placing her under arrest, Richard Lewis Goldsmith, 42, of Leonardtown, began yelling at officers and interfered with the arrest. Lewis ignored several orders by police to cease his behavior. Goldsmith was charged with disorderly conduct, hindering & obstructing and resisting arrest.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On October 16 at approximately p.m., 10:00 p.m., deputies responded to a local Bar in Charlotte Hall for a report of a fight. Investigation revealed Michael James Harmon, 34, of Waldorf, was involved in an altercation with an unknown subject. Deputy Potter responded to the scene and made contact with Harmon who was uncooperative, yelled obscenities and took an aggressive stance with the deputy. Harmon was arrested and placed in the rear of Deputy Potter's cruiser. While there, Harmon began spitting inside Deputy Potter's police cruiser. Harmon was charged with disorderly intoxication, disorderly conduct and malicious destruction of property.

CONFINING AN UNATTENDED CHILD: On October 16 at approximately 10:30 a.m., deputies responded to the parking lot of Wal-Mart in California for the report of underage children being left unattended in a vehicle. Investigation revealed Cathrine Anne Annulis, 45, of Great Mills, left her four children all under the age of 10 unattended in her vehicle which was locked and running. Deputy Kirkner responded to the scene and spoke with a witness who advised he had observed the children unattended for at least ten minutes prior to Deputy Kirkner's arrival. While Deputy Kirkner was on the scene, Annulis returned to her vehicle pushing a grocery cart of food. Annulis was charged with confining an unattended child. Annulis also had an extraditable warrant through Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

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