LEONARDTOWN, Md. (November 21, 2011)The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.
FIRST DEGREE ASSAULT: On November 16, deputies responded to a residence in Lexington Park for an assault report. Investigation revealed Martika Alyssa Dandy, 21, of Lexington Park, became involved in an argument with the victim. Dandy retrieved a knife and fled the residence. The victim feared Dandy was going to harm herself and the victim ran after Dandy. While the victim was trying to retrieve the knife, Dandy stabbed the victim in the shoulder causing injury. Deputy Foor arrested Dandy and charged her with First Degree Assault.
FIRST DEGREE ASSAULT: On November 16 at approximately 11:15 p.m., deputies responded to a residence in Mechanicsville for an assault report. Investigation revealed Nicole Lynn Pittman, 36, became involved in an argument with the victim. As the victim was leaving the residence, Pittman retrieved a knife from the kitchen and went outside threatening to cut the tires on the victim's vehicle. When the victim confronted the victim near the vehicle, Pittman pointed the knife against the victim's chest. The victim pushed Pittman away and left the residence. Deputy First Class Harris arrived and arrested Pittman charging her with First and Second Degree Assault.
TRESPASSING: On November 17, deputies responded to the District Court Building located at 23110 Leonard Hall Drive in Leonardtown for a trespasser. Investigation revealed Yao Tehua Pone entered the building but refused to empty his pockets during the screening process at the request of the security officer. Pone was asked to leave the building but refused this request as well. Deputy Green arrested Pone and charged him with Trespassing.
DRUG ARREST: On November 17 at approximately 11:55 p.m., Deputy Knott was conducting a premise check of St. James Parkway in Lexington Park. Deputy Knott observed a blue Toyota Rav 4 bearing Pennsylvania registration parked at the end of the cul-de-sac. Deputy Knott contacted the driver,
[REDACTED], and detected a strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. During questioning,
[REDACTED] handed Knott a piece of paper containing suspected marijuana and a smoking device.
[REDACTED] was arrested and charged with CDS possession and CDS possession of paraphernalia.
**2015-07-29: The name of the accused in the above arrest report has been
redacted as a courtesy by somd.com. The accused provided documentation that the
court has expunged their records of the case, indicating that the accused had
obtained a favorable outcome from the court.
TEEN BURGLAR SUFFERS ACCIDENTAL GUNSHOT WOUND: On November 20 at 4:58 a.m., police units responded to a private residence in St. Inigoes for the report of a burglary to an occupied dwelling and a subject being shot. Upon patrol units arrival, it was determined the suspect had broke into the victims home, had been shot, and had fled into the nearby woods.
Detectives from the Bureau of Criminal Investigations responded and assumed the investigation. An investigation revealed the suspect, George B. Williams, 19, of St. Mary's City,
pictured at left, entered the victim's residence through a front window while the homeowner was asleep. The homeowner was awakened by noise coming from the downstairs area, retrieved a handgun and confronted Williams in the hallway inside the residence. A struggle ensued at which time the gun was accidentally discharged by the victim. The struggle continued out onto the front porch area of the residence where the suspect received a single gunshot wound to the foot. Williams was then able to flee into the woods.
A Sheriff's Office K-9 unit responded and conducted a search of the wooded area which led to the discovery of the suspect lying in the woods, extremely intoxicated and suffering from a non-life threatening gunshot wound. The suspect was transported to St. Mary's Hospital where he was treated for his injuries and released. The homeowner was not injured during this incident.
Following his release from St. Mary's Hospital, Williams was transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center, charged with Burglary, Assault 2nd Degree and incarcerated pending an appearance before the District Court Commissioner.
BURGLARY, SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On November 18, deputies responded to a residence of Jay Dee Court in Lexington Park. Investigation revealed Carol Marie Thompson, 23, of Great Mills, was at the victim's residence uninvited. A verbal dispute ensued between the victim who was standing inside the front door of the residence and Thompson who was standing outside of the front door of the residence. The victim attempted to shut the front door at which time Thompson placed her foot in the door jam to prevent it from closing. Thompson then pushed the door open and entered the residence without permission. Thompson struck the victim. Thompson was arrested and charged with burglary and assault.
SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On November 18, deputies responded to a residence on Three Notch Road in Lexington Park for a report of an assault. Investigation revealed Diana Rose Morales Robbins, 23, of Lexington Park, was engaged in a verbal dispute with the victim which escalated into a physical assault when Robbins struck the victim in the face. Robbins was arrested and charged with second degree assault.
DRUG ARREST: On November 18, Demetrick Nathrio Maddox, 24, of Great Mills, was a passenger in a vehicle which was stopped for a traffic violation. A K-9 scan of the vehicle revealed Maddox to be in possession of suspected marijuana. Maddox was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, suspected marijuana.
VIOLATION OF A PROTECTIVE ORDER: On November 20, Wesley Brennen Morris, 19, of Great Mills, was served with a protective order, stating that he have no contact with the petitioner. A few hours after being served with the order, in an attempt to contact the petitioner, Morris entered onto the property of the victims in violation of the order. Morris was arrested and charged with violating the terms and conditions of the order.