LEONARDTOWN, Md. (Aug. 13, 2014)The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.
TRESPASSING: On August 7, Deputy Rogers responded to the California Walmart for a reported trespassing. Loss prevention employees observed suspect Darvin Wynn York, 29, of California, on the property of the business in violation of a notice not to trespass. Deputy Rogers located York in the parking lot and he was charged with the violation by Criminal Citation.
ALCOHOL VIOLATION: On August 7, Deputy Al Beishline assigned to the Lexington Park COPs UNIT, observed suspect Kevin Jerome Chase, 44, of Lexington Park, consuming an alcoholic beverage on the public sidewalk located on Great Mills Road. Chase was charged with the violation by Criminal Citation.
ALCOHOL VIOLATION: On August 8, Deputy Al Beishline assigned to the Lexington Park COPs UNIT, observed suspect Francis Stefan Miles, 50, of Lexington Park, consuming an alcoholic beverage in the parking lot adjacent to Canopy Liquors on Great Mills Road. Miles was charged with the violation by Criminal Citation.
TRESPASSING: On August 8, Deputy Krum assigned to the Lexington Park COPs UNIT, responded to the Essence Beauty Salon for a reported theft. The investigation revealed suspect Robert Imerie Blackistone, 51, of no fixed address, received a haircut, refused to pay for the service, and exited the business. Deputy Krun located Blackistone nearby and placed him under arrest. Blackistone was intoxicated and on the property in violation of a notice not to trespass as well. Blackistone was transported to the St. Marys County Detention Center and charged with Theft Under $100 and Trespassing Private Property.
ASSAULT: On August 9, Deputy Steinbach responded to a residence on Valley Court for a reported assault. Two victims alleged suspect Rache Tornell Williams, 21, of Lexington Park, assaulted them during an argument over money and alcohol. Deputy Steinbach observed evidence of injury consistent with the allegations made by both victims. The suspect fled the scene prior to police arrival but was located a short distance away. Williams was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Marys County Detention Center. She was charged with 2 COUNTS of 2nd Degree Assault.
PROPERTY DESTRUCTION, RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT: On August 9, Corporal Connelly responded to a residence located in the 22000 block of Point Lookout Road, for reported property destruction in progress. The investigation revealed suspect Michelle Ellen Ann Waro, 41, of Lexington Park, became angry with relatives at the residence and began throwing landscaping rocks through the windows of the home damaging property. Several victims inside the residence ran from room to room to avoid being struck by the incoming bricks. In all, Waro threw bricks damaging 9 residential windows and both front windshields of a 2004 Ford truck and a 2009 Ford truck. The estimated damage was valued at over $7,000. Waro was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Marys County Detention Center. She was charged with Property Destruction Over $1,000, Property Destruction Under $1,000, and 3 COUNTS of Reckless Endangerment.
FAILURE TO OBEY LAWFUL ORDER & RESISTING ARREST: On August 10 at 12:50AM, Deputy John Davis responded to a residence located on Lupes Court in Mechanicsville, for a loud music complaint. After dispersing the crowd, suspect Dakota James McFalls, 19, of Mechanicsville, began yelling profanity at deputies on the scene. He was ordered to stop or face being arrested. McFalls, who was intoxicated, continued yelling at deputies and was advised he was under arrest. While placing McFalls in handcuffs he pulled away and attempted to run. He was taken into custody without further incident and transported to the St. Marys County Detention Center. McFalls was charged with Disorderly Conduct, Failure to Obey a Law Order, and Resisting Arrest.
THEFT: On August 9, Deputy S. Cameron responded to the Belk Department Store in California for a reported theft. The investigation revealed the stores loss prevention employee observed suspect Anita Louis Schriver, 34, of Piney Point, conceal a girls hair tie and leave without paying. Schriver had also committed an earlier theft at the store on Aug. 5 (earrings) but was not apprehended. Schriver was inside the store in violation of a notice not to trespass. She was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Marys County Detention Center. Schriver was charged with 2 COUNTS of Theft Under $100 and Trespassing Private Property.
THEFT: On August 10, Corporal Connelly responded to the Walmart located in California, for a reported theft. Loss prevention employee reported suspects Jessica Marie Vermillion, 32, of Chaptico, and Joseph Allen Stillwell, 37, of Chaptico, scanned only 17 items at the self-checkout and placed several additional pieces of merchandise in the shopping bags which were not paid for. They then exited the store. The value of the theft was over $350. Both suspects were charged with Theft Under $1,000 by Criminal Citation.
BURGLARY: On August 10, Deputy S. Cameron responded to a residence in the 44000 block of St. Andrews Church Road for a burglary in progress. The victim alleged he woke up after hearing his car alarm going off. He looked outside to see a white female standing between his two vehicles. The victim went outside to check on her welfare and discovered she was intoxicated. The suspect identified as Donna Michelle Hill, 33, of Clements, then followed the victim inside of his residence and refused to leave. Deputy Cameron placed Hill under arrest. The investigation revealed both of the victims vehicles had been entered and contents had been moved by Hill. Hill was transported to the St. Marys County Detention Center and charged with 4th Degree Burglary, 2 counts Rogue and Vagabond, and Disturbing the Peace.
ASSAULT: On August 11, Deputy Bowen responded to the St. Marys County Detention Center for a fight between inmates. The investigation revealed suspect Michael Ryan Norfolk, 25, of Great Mills, shoved the victim during an argument over butter. Norfolk was charged with 2nd Degree Assault DOC Employee (inmate).
THEFT: On Aug. 8, a complainant reported unknown suspect(s) stole 2 inboard outdrive boat motors from the Boatel California located on North Patuxent Beach Road. Case remains open and is assigned to Corporal O'Connor. Case #43035-14.
THEFT: On Aug. 8, a victim reported her purse with contents was stolen from an office at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Case remains open and is assigned to Corporal Connelly. Case #43067-14.
MVA Fly-Out: On Aug. 9 at 3:17 PM, deputies responded to a motor vehicle accident in the area of 28585 Three Notch Road in Mechanicsville. The investigation revealed a 2000 Ford Explorer collided with 2 other vehicles while traveling southbound. The driver of the Explorer, a male, age 68, sustained a head injury from striking the windshield and was flown to an area hospital for precautionary measures. Case #43297-14.
THEFT: On Aug. 9, a victim, who resides on Lawrence Adam Drive, reported unknown suspect(s) entered his garage and stole tools. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Pleisse. Case #43316-14.
BURGLARY: On Aug. 10, a victim reported unknown suspect(s) entered her residence located on Wolftrap Street by forcing open a back door. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Roszell. Case #43429-14.
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY: On Aug. 10, a complainant reported an unidentified male was attempting to gain entry into Copsey's Seafood located at 29084 Three Notch Road in Mechanicsville. Deputies arrived on the scene and the suspect was gone. Case remains open. Case #43508-14.
ROBBERY: On Aug. 11, employees at the Checker's located on Great Mills Road reported a black male suspect pushed an employee at the window and made entry into the business. Once inside he attempted to steal property then fled on foot. Deputies assisted by MSP Trooper 7 attempted to locate the suspect without success. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Teague. Case #43552-14.
THEFT: On Aug. 11, the property manager for 47332 Eagan McAllister Lane reported several air conditioning units had been stolen. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Fennessey. Case #43548-14.
BURGLARY MOTOR VEHICLES: On Aug. 12, 3 vehicles were entered by unknown suspect(s) while they were parked at the Park Sunoco Body Shop. Case remains open. Case #43726-14.
BURGLARY: On Aug. 13, a victim, who resides on Liberty Street, reported unknown suspect(s) entered his residence and stole property. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Lance. Case #43807-14.
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