LEONARDTOWN, Md. (March 6, 2013)The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.
DISORDERLY INTOXICATION, DISTURBING THE PEACE: On March 2, 2013 deputies responded to the intersection of Spring Valley Drive and Valley Court in Lexington Park, Maryland to check the welfare of a female who was lying in the roadway. Upon arrival deputies contacted the woman who was later identified as Buffy Marie Moore, 43 of Lexington Park, Maryland. Initially Moore was unresponsive and appeared to be asleep. Moore was positioned in the roadway hindering the flow of traffic. Deputies could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage upon her breath and person. As Moore began speaking, it became obvious to deputies she was intoxicated. Moore refused to move from the roadway and refused to provide deputies with any information regarding a friend or relative who could respond to pick her up. Moore was arrested and charged with disorderly intoxication, disturbing the peace and failing to obey a lawful order of a police officer.
SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On March 4, 2013 the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office received a complaint of an assault. The victim reported that on March 1, 2013 she engaged in a verbal dispute with Gregory Charles Fahrner, 60 of Hollywood, Maryland. The verbal dispute escalated into a physical assault when Fahrner grabbed the victim's writs. The victim was subsequently treated at a local hospital for a fractured wrist. On March 4, 2013 deputies located, arrested and charged Fahrner with second degree assault.
SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT, DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: On March 4, 2013 deputies responded to a residence on Point Lookout Road in Park Hall, Maryland for a report of "unknown trouble". Upon arrival, deputies met with the victim who reported she was engaged in a verbal dispute with Mark Andrew Alvey, Jr., 21 of Park Hall, Maryland. The verbal dispute escalated into a physical assault when Alvey struck the victim in the head and face. A third party attempted to intervene and stop the assault. He was also assaulted by Alvey when Alvey bit him. Alvey then exited the residence and kicked a parked vehicle causing damage to the rear passenger door. Alvey fled the residence prior to the arrival of deputies but was located a short time later, arrested and charged with 2 counts of second degree assault and destruction of property.
MARCH TRAFFIC SAFETY OPERATIONS: The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office continues to participate in the statewide campaign known as Toward Zero Deaths, which focuses on reducing fatal motor vehicle collisions by enforcement of various traffic violations ranging from speeding to seatbelt compliance to impaired driving. The Sheriff's Office wishes to announce three traffic safety initiatives scheduled during March of 2013. The initiatives are scheduled as follows:
March 8 - 10, 2013: Driving under the Influence Checkpoint and/or saturation patrols.
March 15 - 17, 2013: (St. Patrick's Day Weekend) Project Saving Our Loved Ones (SOLO). Project SOLO operation is a statewide initiative to combat impaired driving and underage drinking to ultimately save lives and reduce roadway deaths. Project SOLO will be conducted as a joint initiative with the Charles County Sheriff's Office, Calvert County Sheriff's Office, and Maryland State Police. The operation will deploy mass patrols on state and/or county roadways known to have higher instances of impaired-driving arrests and alcohol-related crashes. The high-risk zones have been identified through impaired-driving arrest and crash data collection and will be patrolled though out southern Maryland.
March 29 - 31, 2013: Driving under the Influence Checkpoint and/or saturation patrols.
The enforcement operations already conducted and scheduled by the Sheriff's Office in conjunction with other local law enforcement agencies for March 2013 are designed to support the goals and unite the efforts of the Toward Zero Deaths campaign. Visit the Toward Zero Deaths website at http://www.towardzerodeathsmd.com/ for more information.
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