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St. Mary's Co. Sheriff's Reports


LEONARDTOWN, Md. (July 19, 2014)—The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.

6/30/2014 1st Degree Assault: On June 30, Corporal Kirkner responded to a residence on Mervell Dean Road in Hollywood for an assault. The victim alleged suspect Howard Dale Woods Jr., 49, of Hollywood, backed his truck into the victim after an argument. The victim fell to the ground while attempting to move out of the path of the truck. Woods was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 1st and 2nd Degree Assault, Reckless Endangerment, and Failure to Remain on the Scene of an Accident (traffic charge).

7/02/2014 ASSAULT: On July 2, Deputy Beasley responded to a residence on Ricky Drive in Hollywood for an assault. The victim alleged suspect Corey Brian Washington, 25, of Hollywood, pushed the victim into a closet door during an argument. Washington then tried to take the victim’s cell phone in an attempt to prevent the victim from calling 9 1 1. Washington was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 2nd Degree Assault.

7/02/2014 ASSAULT: On July 2, Deputy Manns responded to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center for a fight between inmates. The investigation revealed inmates Patrick James Hutching, 31, of Leonardtown, and Tyler Allen Messick, 22, of Leonardtown, engaged in several mutual fights during an extended period of time. Hutching and Messick were both charged with 2nd Degree Assault on DOC Employee (inmate).

7/04/2014 ASSAULT 1ST DEGREE: On July 4, Deputy Pleisse responded to Lexwood Drive in Lexington Park, for an assault. The victim alleged suspect Daniel Bernard Underwood, 56, of Great Mills, assaulted the victim during an argument regarding a guest in the home. Underwood allegedly burned the victim’s hand with a lighter and struck the victim in the face repeatedly. He then retrieved a baseball bat and struck the victim in the legs and arms. The victim was eventually able to run out of the house; concerned citizens called 9 1 1. The victim was transported to the MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. Deputy Pleisse located Underwood and placed him under arrest. He was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with 1St Degree Assault.

7/04/2014 TRESPASSING: On July 4, Deputy Beishline observed Oliver Henry Woods Jr., 53, of Waldorf, walking across the property of Millison Plaza after being issued a notice not to trespass for the property earlier in the day. Deputy Beishline contacted Woods and explained the property lines. Woods became upset and began cursing loudly at Deputy Beishline and Deputy T. Snyder. Deputy Beishline asked Woods to stop cursing and directed his attention to a family with two small children walking by. Woods ignored the request and continued to yell profanity. Deputy Beishline advised Woods he was under arrest and attempted to place him in handcuffs. Woods pulled away from deputies and further resisted arrest after he was told not to do so. Woods was subsequently taken into custody and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with Trespass: Private Property, Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest, and Failure to Obey a Lawful Order.

7/05/2014 ASSAULT: On July 5, Deputy Fennessey responded to a residence on Shining Willow Lane in Lexington Park, for an assault. The victim alleged suspect Tonya Lynette Alders, 40, of Lexington Park, struck the victim in the face with her fist several times. Deputy Fennessey observed evidence of injury consistent with the victim’s account of the event. Alders was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. She was charged with 2nd Degree Assault.

7/05/2014 DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On July 5, Deputy Cole responded to a residence on St. Lo Place in Lexington Park, for a domestic disturbance. On his arrival, Deputy Cole observed a male subject sitting on the hood of another police car assigned to a Deputy who was busy handling the call. Deputy Cole asked the subject, identified as Kenneth Boyd Bloodsworth, 32, of Lexington Park, to get off of the hood. Bloodsworth immediately began to yell profanity toward Deputy Cole and walking toward him in an aggressive manner. Deputy Cole placed Bloodsworth in handcuffs for the safety of deputies on the scene. Bloodsworth continued to yell profanity and ignored all requests made by Deputy Cole for him to stop or face being arrested. Bloodsworth’s continued conduct caused several residents to come outside or look out from their windows to see what was happening. Deputy Cole again requested Bloodsworth stop yelling and he refused. Bloodsworth was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with Disorderly Conduct and Failure to Obey a Lawful Order.

7/07/2014 BURGLARY: On July 7 at 6:52 PM, Deputies responded to a residence on North Essex Drive in Lexington Park, for a burglary. The victim reported she returned home to find suspect, Deaungelo Christian Savage, 26, of Lexington Park, inside her residence without her knowledge or permission. The victim told Savage to leave her home and he refused. The victim immediately left to call police. On arrival, Corporal Cathcart and his K9 partner Bruno entered the residence and announced themselves. After repeated announcements with no response, K9 Bruno was deployed to search the interior of the home and found Savage upstairs. Savage was subsequently taken into custody by DFC Knott. He was transported to MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital for treatment of bite wounds prior to be taken to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 4th Degree Burglary to Dwelling by Deputy Roszell.

7/08/2014 1ST DEGREE ASSAULT: On July 8, Corporal Connelly responded to Goddard Court in Leonardtown, for an assault. On arrival, he learned the victim was at St. Mary’s Hospital for treatment of injuries sustained during the assault. The victim alleged suspect Creighton Sheilds Perkins, 31, of Kansas City, Missouri, shoved the victim onto the couch and began to strangle the victim. The victim lost consciousness during the assault; however when the victim regained consciousness Perkins was punching the victim in the head. The victim sustained several injuries. Perkins had been issued a notice not to trespass for the apartments located on Goddard Court and had been charged on 5-13-14 and 6-5-14 with trespassing on the property. Perkins was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 1st and 2nd Degree Assault and Trespass: Private Property.

7/08/2014 ALCOHOL VIOLATION: On July 8, Sergeant Safford assigned to the Lexington Park COPs UNIT, observed suspect William Corneluis Curtis, 55, of Lexington Park, on the property of 21632 Great Mills Road with an open alcoholic beverage container. Curtis was charged by criminal citation with the violation.

7/08/2014 ASSAULT/ROBBERY: A victim met with friends at a residence in San Souci Plaza in the early morning hours on 7-8-14. An argument ensued between the victim and a known suspect. The victim was allegedly assaulted by the suspect and the suspect friends. After the assault, one of the male suspects stole money and property from the victim. Case remains open. The Criminal Investigations Division is investigating. Case #36886-14

7/08/2014 FRAUD: A victim, who resides in the Green briar subdivision, reported fraudulent charges were made with her debit card. Case remains open. Case #36794-14

7/08/2014 THEFT: A victim, who resides in Ridge, reported a Yamaha outboard motor had been stolen from his property. Case #36782-14

7/08/2014 THEFT: A victim, who resides in the Elizabeth Hills subdivision, reported unknown suspect(s) stole a Craftsman lawn mower from an unsecured barn. Case #36899-14

7/08/2014 TRESPASSING/DISORDERLY CONDUCT: On July 8 Deputy Beishline assigned to the Lexington Park COPs UNIT, observed suspect Oliver Henry Woods Jr., 53, of Waldorf, on the property of Millison Plaza in the area of the Big Lots Store. Woods had been issued a notice not to trespass for Millison Plaza just a few days prior on July 4th. Upon his initial contact with Woods, he became irate and began yelling profanity toward Deputy Beishline. Woods was ordered several times to stop cursing, which was disturbing patrons of nearby businesses. Woods refused all orders to stop and was placed under arrest. He was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with Trespass: Private Property and Disorderly Conduct.

7/08/2014 VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER: On July 8, Deputy Lawrence responded to a residence on Calvert Street in Leonardtown, to serve a protective order. He made contact with the respondent in the order, identified as John Henry Corrigan, 31, of Leonardtown. Deputy Lawrence attempted to read the order to Corrigan as required at which time Corrigan began yelling profanity. Deputy Lawrence ordered Corrigan repeatedly to get out of his bed and that he had to vacate the residence. Corrigan refused all commands. Deputy Lawrence explained the parameters of the order required Corrigan to leave the residence; however Corrigan again refused. Deputy Lawrence placed Corrigan under arrest and transported him to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with Violation of Protective Order.

7/09/2014 ASSAULT: On July 9, Deputy Fennessey responded to a residence on Fox Chase Drive for a reported assault. The victim alleged suspect James Randolph Somerville Jr., 27, of Great Mills, struck the victim in the face with his fist during an argument. Deputy Fennessy observed fresh evidence of injury on the victim. Somerville was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 2nd Degree Assault.

7/09/2014 PROPERTY DESTRUCTION: A victim, who resides on Leeward Circle in Lexington Park, reported unknown suspect(s) threw a brick through the front windshield of his vehicle. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Wesner. Case #37072-14

7/10/2014 1ST DEGREE ASSAULT: On July 10, Deputy Cole responded to a residence on St. John’s Road in Hollywood, for a domestic assault in progress. Witnesses at the scene, reported seeing a white male suspect beating a victim on the ground. The suspect ran from the scene and the victim left in a vehicle prior to the arrival of deputies. A few minutes later, the emergency Communications Center broadcast an assault with a motor vehicle in the area of Cedar Lane Road. Corporal Reppel arrived on the scene and made contact with the victim, who alleged suspect John Richard Clarke Jr., 23, of Hollywood, assaulted the victim at the residence on St. John’s Road. The victim had actually left the scene with Clarke and the assault continued inside the vehicle. The victim eventually jumped from the moving vehicle to get away. Clarke then made a U turn and struck the victim with the vehicle. Clarke subsequently lost control of the vehicle and struck a telephone pole on Cedar Lane and left the scene. Corporal Reppel located the suspect’s vehicle at a relative’s residence with fresh damage consistent with the accident. Clarke was located inside the residence and placed under arrest. He was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with 1st and 2nd Degree Assault, Failure to Remain at the Scene of an Accident, and Driving without a license.

7/10/2014 FRAUD: A victim, who resides on McIntosh Road in Leonardtown, reported unknown suspect(s) gained access to her Amazon account and purchased items. Case remains open. Case #37379-14

7/10/2014 THEFT: An employee at the Great Mills Trading Post reported unknown suspect(s) stole a vehicle validation sticker from one of the company's dump trucks sometime during the last 2 months. Case #37355

7/11/2014 PROPERTY DESTRUCTION: A victim, who resides on Sandy Court, reported unknown suspect(s) threw a rock at her bay window. The window was damaged but not broken. Case remains open and is assigned to Corporal Peacher. Case #37525-14

7/11/2014 THEFT: A victim, who resides on Crabpot Lane in Piney Point, reported 2 crab pots were stolen from her pier sometime between 7-9/2014 and 7-11-14. Case #37592-14

7/12/2014 ALCOHOL VIOLATION: On July 12, DFC Tim Snyder assigned to the Lexington Park COPs UNIT observed suspect Jason Arthur Siebert, 32, of Dameron, on the property of Tulagi Place consuming an alcoholic beverage. Siebert was charged with the violation by criminal citation.

7/12/2014 ASSAULT ON POLICE OFFICER: On July 12, Deputy Schultz responded to a residence on Edgar Way in Lexington Park, for a reported noise complaint. Deputy Schultz heard loud music coming from a blue Nissan and made contact with the driver, later identified as Walter Harrison Nelson Jr., 47, of Lexington Park, who was asleep in the driver’s seat. After waking Nelson, Deputy Schultz attempted to explain the music was too loud and needed to be turned down. Nelson began cursing at Deputy Schultz and refused to provide his identification. He then began to walk away while Deputy Schultz was still investigating the incident and pushed Deputy Schultz in the chest. Deputy Schultz and Deputy Wesner attempted to place Nelson in custody and he continued to resist. Nelson was subsequently placed in handcuffs under arrest. He was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with 2nd Degree Assault on Law Enforcement Officer and Resisting Arrest.

7/13/20104 ASSAULT: On July 13, Corporal Moritz responded to a residence on Blake Creek Road in Leonardtown, for a reported domestic assault. The victim alleged suspect Katelyn Noelle Buckler, 26, of Leonardtown, struck the victim repeatedly during an argument. The victim picked Buckler up and placed her outside the home to end the assault. Corporal Moritz observed fresh evidence of injury on the victim. Upon notifying Buckler she was under arrest, Buckler ran from Corporal Moritz back inside the residence and attempted to attack the victim again. Buckler was quickly taken into custody by Corporal Moritz and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center where she was charged with 2nd Degree Assault and Resisting Arrest.

7/13/2014 THEFT OF MOTORCYCLE: A victim, who resides on Asher Road in Mechanicsville, reported unknown suspect(s) stole his 2003 Honda CRF 150F motorcycle from an open shed. Case #38027-14.

7/14/2014 BURGLARY: A victim, who resides on Woodbush Drive in Bushwood, reported unknown suspect(s) entered her residence; however nothing appeared to have been stolen. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Lawrence. Case #38053-14.

7/14/2014 BURGLARY: An employee at the St. Paul Methodist Church in Leonardtown, reported unknown suspect(s) forced entry into the building and stole US currency. Case remains open. Case #38198-14.

7/14/2014 MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT/FLY OUT: On 7-13-14 at 12:13 AM, Deputy Gaskill observed a vehicle accident on Jone's Warf Road and Sunny Ridge Lane in Hollywood. The driver of a Mini Cooper, identified as Joshua Matthew Grogan, age 29, lost control of the vehicle and struck a tree. A male rear seat passenger, age 25, sustained a head injury and was flown by Trooper 7 to an area hospital for precautionary measures. Grogan was subsequently charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center. Case #38106-14.

7/14/2014 THEFT: A victim, who was attending an event at Lancaster Park, reported unknown suspect(s) stole her cell phone from her handbag. Case #38203-14.

7/14/2014 THEFT: An employee at Eagan McAllister located in Lexington Park, reported several air conditioning units were stolen from the back of the building since 6-30-14. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Lance. Case #38162-14.

7/14/2014 THEFT: On July 14, Deputy Wesner responded to the Lowe’s Store located on Worth Avenue in California, for a theft. Store employees found two suspects, (a white female and a white male), attempting to load a riding lawn mower onto the bed of a white truck. When the suspects realized they had been seen by the witnesses, they got into the truck and fled the scene. The suspects were subsequently identified as Martin R. Abell, 38, of Valley Lee, and Amy Marie Lambert, 38, of Lusby. Deputy Wesner located both suspects and placed them under arrest. Both were transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with Theft $1,000 to $10,000.

7/15/2014 ASSAULT: A victim, who was walking in the area of Flower Drive in Lexington Park, reported he was approached by a white male suspect and a black male suspect. The suspects accused the victim of owing them money. One of the suspects cut the victim on the arm and stomach with a broken bottle. The victim was transported to St. Mary's Hospital for treatment of superficial non-life threatening wounds. Case remains open and is forwarded to the Criminal Investigation Division. Case #38261-14

7/15/2014 BURGLARY: A victim, who resides on Mohawk Drive in Charlotte Hall, reported unknown suspect(s) entered his residence and stole several items of property. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Murphy. Case #38384-14.

7/15/2014 CHILD ABUSE: On July 15, Corporal Reppel responded to a residence on Halsey Court in California, for a reported child abuse. The complainant alleged suspect Stefan James Dulemba, 32, of California, was giving the victim, (male, 1 year old), medication when the he began to vomit. Dulemba, the father of the victim, grabbed the him and struck him on the lower back leaving a visible injury. An argument then ensued between the complainant and Dulemba. Dulemba was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 2nd Degree Child Abuse and 2nd Degree Assault.

7/16/2014 ATTEMPTED BURGLARY: A victim, who resides in the 19000 block of Point Lookout Road in Lexington Park, reported unknown suspect(s) attempted to enter her shed. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy John Davis. Case #38583-14.

7/16/2014 COPS UNIT TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO DRUG ARREST: On July 16 at 3:39 PM, Sergeant Clay Safford, assigned to the Lexington Park COPs UNIT, stopped a green Nissan Altima for a traffic violation on Great Mills Road in Lexington Park. The driver had initially provided Sergeant Safford with a false name; however the false name indicated his privilege to drive was suspended. Deputy Beishline arrived on the scene and smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from the rear of the vehicle. As he prepared to inventory the vehicle, which had to be towed, Deputy Beishline continued to smell an odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle’s trunk. A search of the vehicle’s trunk revealed a plastic bag containing an approximately 13.4 grams of suspected marijuana. The driver was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. While en route, the driver indicated he had provided a false name. The driver was identified as Darious Anthony Jones, 22, of Leonardtown. He was charged with Possession: Controlled Dangerous Substance Over 10 grams, Possession Paraphernalia, and False Statement to a Police Officer.

7/16/2014 HANDGUN POSSESSION: On July 16, Deputy Lawrence responded to a residence on Susan Lane in Lexington Park, for the report of a subject with a gun. On arrival, witnesses directed Deputy Lawrence toward a subject later identified as suspect Kevin Jermaine Cutchember, 37, of Lexington Park. Deputy Lawrence made contact with Cutchember and directed him to lie down on the ground. Although Cutchember hesitated to follow Deputy Lawrence’s commands he eventually did and was placed into custody. During a search of Cutchember, Deputy Lawrence located approximately 20 rounds of 9 mm ammunition and a handgun magazine loaded with 9mm ammunition. A fully loaded 9 mm handgun was located in the area where Cutchember was initially standing when Deputy Lawrence first encountered him. Cutchember was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with Handgun on a Person, Possession Dangerous/Deadly Weapon.

7/16/2014 TRESPASSING: On July 16, Deputy Bowen responded to a residence on Pinto Drive in Hollywood, for a reported disturbance. On arrival, Deputy Bowen observed suspect Ashley Marie Moore, 29, of no fixed address, banging on the back door of the residence. The owner of the residence indicated Moore had been issued a notice not to trespass for the property and provided a copy of the notice to Deputy Bowen. Moore was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention center. On arrival to the detention Center, she was further searched by corrections staff and a quantity of suspected cocaine was found on Moore’s person. Moore was charged with Trespass Private Property and Possession of Contraband in Place of Confinement.

7/16/2014 TRESPASSING: On July 16, Deputy William Wood, assigned to the Lexington Park COPs UNIT, observed suspect Walter Dennis Cooper, 31, of Hollywood, on the property of Tulagi Place after he had been issued a notice not to trespass for the property. Cooper was charged with Trespass: Private Property by criminal citation.

7/17/2014 BURGLARY: A victim, who resides on East Quincy Terrace, reported unknown suspect(s) entered her residence and stole property. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy S. Cameron. Case #38750-14.

7/17/2014 SUSPICIOUS INICIDENT AT ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL - UNFOUNDED: On July 17 at 10:22 AM, the Emergency Communications Center received a single report of a male subject walking across the parking lot of St. Mary's Hospital with what were described as long guns. Numerous deputies immediately responded to the scene and attempted to locate the subject. The subject was located and the long guns turned out to be 2 solid wood drill rifles, (simulated rifles used for military style drill team). The complainant saw the subject with the drill rifles as he moved them from one car to another.

7/17/2014 THEFT: A victim, who resides on Burnt Mill Road in Leonardtown reported unknown suspect(s) forcibly entered his storage container and stole property. Case #38817-14.

7/18/2014 BURGLARY TO MOTOR VEHICLE: A victim, who resides on Oakley Road, reported unknown suspect(s) entered her vehicle and stole property. Suspect(s) also damaged the vehicle's windshield. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Roszell. Case #38923-14.

3 Suspects Arrested After Towing Incident

On July 4, Deputy Schultz responded to the Precision Towing located in the 20000 block of Point Lookout Road in Great Mills for a disturbance. An employee reported he was placing two vehicles inside the tow lot when a black male suspect, later identified as Sean Waddell Smith, 30, of Temple Hills, got into one of the vehicles (2008 Nissan Altima), started it, and drove toward the exit. The employee closed the gate to prevent the vehicle from leaving. Smith then exited the vehicle, pulled the gate open, and drove off the lot. Smith stopped and turned the vehicle over to who was later identified as Tyechia Juwan Shorter, 30, of Mechanicsville – the registered owner of the vehicle. The vehicle had not been towed as a result of police action.

Corporal Cathcart observed the vehicle on Pegg Road being operated by a female matching the description provided by the tow employee. Corporal Cathcart stopped the vehicle and after confirming the vehicle was one in the same placed Shorter under arrest. Suspect Smith walked up to deputies on the scene of the traffic stop and was subsequently placed under arrest as well.

While deputies were conducting the investigation on the scene of the traffic stop, suspect Delante Anthony Moore, 32, of Lexington Park, attempted to repeatedly approach passengers inside Shorter’s vehicle. Moore was interfering with the investigation and was ordered to leave the area. Moore refused to leave and continued to approach Shorter’s vehicle and deputies on the scene. Several times, deputies had to divert their attention toward Moore. He was again told to leave and he refused. Moore was placed under arrest.

Smith was charged with Theft Under $1,000, Unauthorized Removal of Property, and Property Destruction (damage to the gate). Shorter was charged with Theft Under $1,000 as a result of a theft of service for not paying the tow bill. Moore was charged with Failure to Obey a Lawful Order and Obstructing/Hindering. All 3 suspects were transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center.

CLEMENTS/LEONARDTOWN BURGLARY SUSPECTS INDICTED: On April 25, Sheriff’s Office Patrol units responded to the report of a burglary to a private residence in Clements. Deputies determined suspect(s) forced entry into the residence and multiple firearms were stolen. Further investigation revealed, another theft had occurred previously at the same residence. The case was forwarded to the Criminal Investigations Division (CID) for investigation.

On April 28, Sheriff’s Office Patrol Units and troopers from the Maryland State Police, Leonardtown Barrack, responded to a residence in Leonardtown for a reported burglary to a private residence. Suspect(s) forced entry into the residence and multiple electronics were stolen. Due to similarities in the burglary committed on April 25 this case was also forwarded to CID for investigation.

During the investigation suspects were identified by detectives and a joint investigation was conducted with the assistance of the Charles County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division. Multiple search and seizure warrants were executed in Charles County and St. Mary’s County and stolen property recovered. The cases were presented to the St. Mary’s County Grand Jury in June 2014 and indictments were returned on the following suspects:

Corey Michael Brooks, age 26, of Clements, was charged with:
Burglary - First Degree (2 counts)
Theft: $1,000 to Under $10,000 (2 counts)
Conspiracy / Burglary - First Degree (2 counts)
Conspiracy / Theft: $1,000 to Under $10,000 (3 counts)
Regulated Firearm Stolen - Possess/Sell/Transfer/Dispose Of (1 count)

Manda Lee Swider, age 25, of Clements, was charged with:
Burglary - First Degree (2 counts)
Theft: $1,000 to Under $10,000 (2 counts)
Conspiracy / Burglary - First Degree (2 counts)
Conspiracy / Theft: $1,000 to Under $10,000 (3 counts)
Regulated Firearm Stolen - Possess/Sell/Transfer/Dispose Of (1 count)

Montina Dorsel Knight, age 25, of Leonardtown, was charged with:
Burglary - First Degree (2 counts)
Theft: $1,000 to Under $10,000 (2 counts)
Conspiracy / Burglary - First Degree (2 counts)
Conspiracy / Theft: $1,000 to Under $10,000 (2 counts)
Regulated Firearm Stolen - Possess/Sell/Transfer/Dispose Of (1 count)

Louis Eugene Messineo, age 45, of Leonardtown, was charged with:
Burglary - First Degree (2 counts)
Theft: $1,000 to Under $10,000 (2 counts)
Conspiracy / Burglary - First Degree (2 counts)
Conspiracy / Theft $1,000 to Under $10,000 (2 counts)
Conspiracy / Theft Under $1,000 (1 count)
Regulated Firearm Stolen - Possess/Sell/Transfer/Dispose Of (1 count)
Regulated Firearm - Illegal Possession (1 count)
Firearm Possession with Felony Conviction (1 count)

All four suspects are currently incarcerated under no bond on the indictments.

DUI Arrests

Wayne Sylvester Parker, 50, of Lexington Park, on 6/3/2014 by Deputy Manns

Cara Ann Simpson, 23, of Lexington Park, on 6/8/2014 by Deputy L. Johnson

Steven Richard Cook, 22, of Mechanicsville, on 6/8/2014 by Deputy Fennessey

Tyreise Divron Nelson, 22, of Lexington Park, on 6/8/2014 by DFC Flerlage

Joseph Walter Barton Jr., 29, of Lexington Park, on 6/20/2014 by Deputy S. Cameron

Akmal NMN Murodov, 28, of Leonardtown, on 6/21/2014 by Deputy Foor

Pamela Kay Aloupas, 50, of Lusby, on 6/21/2014 by Deputy L. Johnson

Kristiane Blair Young, 30, of Great Mills, on 6/28/2014 by Deputy Tirpak NP

Kelli Elizabeth Richards, 24, of Lusby, on 6/28/2014 by Roszell

Howard Dale Woods Jr., 50, of Hollywood, on 6/30/2014 by Corporal Kirkner

Michelle Collette Southard, 45, of Waldorf, on 7/5/2014 by Corporal Watters

Carrie Denise Trossback, 33, of Great Mills, on 7/4/2014 by Corporal Ray

Joseph Cornell Young, 40, of Leonardtown, on 7/13/2014 by Deputy Schultz

Joshua Matthew Grogan, 29, of Hollywood, on 7/14/2014 by Deputy Lawrence

Sharita Dupree Gross, 32, of Lexington Park, on 7/11/2014 by Corporal O’Connor

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