11 Arrested During Tiki Bar Opening Weekend - Southern Maryland Headline News

11 Arrested During Tiki Bar Opening Weekend


PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (April 28, 2014)—Calvert County Sheriff deputies arrested 11 people during this weekend's annual Tiki Bar opening in Solomons Island. Six were arrested on Friday, one for failure to obey a lawful order and five for disorderly conduct. On Saturday, 5 people were arrested, three for disorderly conduct and two for second degree assault.

Friday April 25 Arrests

William A. Purdy, Jr., 43 of Pasadena, for Failure to Obey a Lawful Order.
William A. Purdy, Jr., 43 of Pasadena, for Failure to Obey a Lawful Order.

Shawn T. Lotter, 25 of Lexington Park, for Disorderly Conduct (no photo).

Jason L. Marks, 26 of Pittsburgh, for Disorderly Conduct.
Jason L. Marks, 26 of Pittsburgh, for Disorderly Conduct.

Drew R. Greer, 22 of Hollywood, for Disorderly Conduct.
Drew R. Greer, 22 of Hollywood, for Disorderly Conduct.

Carson E. Steele, 22 of Lexington Park, for Disorderly Conduct.
Carson E. Steele, 22 of Lexington Park, for Disorderly Conduct.

Jake C. Horn, 21 of Hollywood, for Disorderly Conduct.
Jake C. Horn, 21 of Hollywood, for Disorderly Conduct.

Saturday April 26 Arrests

Brenna C. Jewell, 28 of Warrenton, for Disorderly Conduct.
Brenna C. Jewell, 28 of Warrenton, for Disorderly Conduct.

Sean M. Rice, 26 of Mechanicsville, for Disorderly Conduct.
Sean M. Rice, 26 of Mechanicsville, for Disorderly Conduct.

John W. Leaman, 27 of Lusby, for Second Degree Assault.
John W. Leaman, 27 of Lusby, for Second Degree Assault.

Jeremy M. O. Blasiar, 24 of Waldorf, for Disorderly Conduct.
Jeremy M. O. Blasiar, 24 of Waldorf, for Disorderly Conduct.

Justin S. Grimes, 24 of Dowell, for Second Degree Assault.
Justin S. Grimes, 24 of Dowell, for Second Degree Assault.

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