LA PLATA, Md. (July 17, 2015)The Charles County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.
SECOND SUSPECT INDICTED FOR MURDER IN CONNECTION WITH THE DISAPPEARANCE OF CRYSTAL KEYONA ANDERSON: On July 14, Charles County Sheriffs detectives arrested Darrayl John Wilson, 24, of Nanjemoy, in connection with the 2011 murder of Crystal Keyona Anderson. Anderson was reported missing in Prince Georges County in August 2011, and her remains were found near Purse State Park in January 2012. Wilson has 11 charges against him, including first degree murder and conspiracy to commit first degree murder, and is currently being held in the Charles County Detention Center without bond. Wilsons arrest follows the March 2015 arrest of Raymond Daniel Posey, 22, of Nanjemoy, who was indicted for murder in connection with this case. The investigation in this case is ongoing. Anyone with additional information is asked to call Det. John Elliott at (301) 609-6515. Tipsters wishing to remain anonymous may contact Charles County Crime Solvers by calling 1-866-411-TIPS, texting CHARLES + the tip to CRIMES (274637) or submitting tips online at tipsubmit.com.
POSSESSION OF FIREARM AND DRUGS: On July 16 at 12:42 a.m., Officer R. McMullen observed a suspicious vehicle occupied by two males in the area of Flossmoor Place in Waldorf. When he approached the vehicle to investigate, the passenger rolled down the window and the officer could smell burnt marijuana. A search of the vehicle yielded marijuana, paraphernalia, a digital scale and a loaded 9mm pistol that was not registered in Maryland. Marlo Xavier Butler, 18, of Waldorf, and Jemel Lante Anderson, 19, of Waldorf, were arrested and charged with possession of a firearm and possession with intent to distribute and transported to the Charles County Detention Center.
ATTEMPTED THEFT OF MOTORCYCLE: On July 13 at 3:30 p.m., officers responded to the area of the 2300 block of Hope Circle in Waldorf for the report of an attempted theft of a motorcycle. The victim reported that the motorcycle was left in front of his residence on July 10 at 7:45 p.m., and when he returned on July 13 at 3 p.m. he noticed it had been moved to another area in the neighborhood and that there were wires cut and damage to the steering column. PFC J. Foster is investigating.
RECOVERED STOLEN VEHICLE: On July 13 at 11:18 a.m., Officer C. Chamblee observed a white Dodge Stratus located on Radford Street at Montpelier Drive in Waldorf with both front windows down and the driver door unlocked. Upon closer investigation it was noted the ignition had been tampered with and the temporary tag on the vehicle did not belong. A computer check revealed the car had been reported stolen in Prince Georges County. The car was returned to the owner.
BURGLARY: On July 12 at 4:30 p.m., officers responded to a report of a burglary in the 7000 block of Crain Highway in La Plata. The victim reported that he arrived at his residence and observed the suspect fleeing from the rear porch and into a dark-colored passenger car parked in the back of the house. The suspect fled and went north on Crain Highway. During the investigation officers found a back door had been pried open and several items were stolen. The suspect was described as a white male with blond, medium-length hair, tattoos, and wearing a dark ball cap, white shirt and khaki shorts. PFC J. Campbell is investigating. Anyone with information should contact Charles County Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS.
THEFT OF CATALYTIC CONVERTER: On July 7 at 3:19 p.m., officers responded to a report of theft of a catalytic converter on Industrial Park Drive in Waldorf that took place sometime between June 29 and June 30. There are no suspects at this time. PO1 G.M. Cook is investigating.
THEFT FROM VEHICLE: On July 7 at 4 a.m., officers responded to a report of a theft from a vehicle on Birch Bark Court in Indian Head. The victim reported the theft occurred sometime between 9 p.m. on July 6 and 4 a.m. on July 7, and that items stolen included cash, two metro pass cards and an electric meter. PFC D.E. Raby is investigating.
THEFTS ON HIGHLAND PLACE: On July 7 at 4:15 p.m., officers responded to Highland Place in Indian Head for a report of a stolen 1985 Honda TRX125. The victim reported that he last saw the four-wheeler in his yard on July 5 at 7 p.m., and that the right rear tire is flat. Contact was made with a neighbor, also on Highland Place, who reported that a non-working scooter had been stolen from his residence sometime between July 3 and July 7. Another resident reported a weed eater had been stolen from the front porch. The scooter was later located nearby on Poplar Lane. PFC D.E. Raby is investigating the thefts.
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY/DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: Sometime between July 4 and July 5, unknown suspect(s) forced open a basement window of a vacant home on Mason Springs Road in Indian Head. No property was stolen from the residence. PFC. D. E. Raby is investigating.
North Point High School Criminal Justice Students Excel at Regional, State and National SkillsUSA Competitions
Criminal Justice students at North Point High School have a tradition of excellence in performing at the SkillsUSA Championships, and this year has been no exception. With ten students placing at Regionals, fourteen placing at States and five competing at Nationals, it is safe to say that the program is as strong as ever.
Fifteen students from the NPHS program competed against students from Criminal Justice Programs in St. Marys County and Calvert County at the SkillsUSA Regional competition held February 7 in Calvert County at the Career and Technology Center. The competition was divided into two categories: Criminal Justice and Crime Scene Investigations.
During the Criminal Justice portion, students were challenged on an individual basis and were scored on how well they handled calls for loud music, a traffic stop and dealing with a domestic dispute. Junior Matt Bowie placed third, qualifying him for the State competition. Others who competed in this portion of the competition were Devin Heilmeier, Olivia Holmes-Chesley, Sydney Moore and James Payne.
The Crime Scene Investigation portion of the competition consisted of three, three-man teams who were scored on their ability to process a crime scene. All three teams from North Point High School placed in this portion, qualifying them to move on to the State competition. First place winners were Stephanie McCarter, Dylan McCabe and Patricia Atkinson; second place was won by Shawna McCarter, Jabria Miles and Shanda Braxton; and in third place were Miriam Requeno, Brittany Jenkins and William Sieger.
The State competition took place on April 17-18 at North County High School. While no North Point students placed in the Criminal Justice portion, all three CSI teams placed at this level. Stephanie McCarter, Dylan McCabe and Patricia Atkinson took home first place, qualifying their team for the National competition. In second place were Miriam Requeno, Brittany Jenkins and William Sieger; and in third place were Shawna McCarter, Jabria Miles and Shanda Braxton.
Also winning at States were Jordan Johnson and Estefany Garcia in the American Spirit competition, which focuses on Community Service. The team took home first place and qualified for the National competition. Devin Heilmeier, Sydney Moore and Olivia Holmes-Chesley won third place in the Career Pathways of Law & Public Safety competition.
On June 22-27, students travelled to Louisville, KY, with Officer Matt VanHorn to compete in the National SkillsUSA Championships. Stephanie McCarter, Dylan McCabe and Patricia Atkinson placed 7th in the nation for the Crime Scene Investigation competition. Estefany Garcia, Devin Heilmeier and Miguel Lopez competed in the American Spirit competition and placed 11th overall.
Attending the National competition was an awesome experience, said Officer VanHorn. The students from North Point High School competed with and stood out amongst the top students in the country. They represented their school and Charles County very well and should be very proud of themselves.
To the students who participate, these competitions mean so much more than just bringing home medals. Participating in the Criminal Justice Program and competing at SkillsUSA opens up a lot of doors for us, says senior Olivia Holmes-Chesley. It sets the tone for what we want to do after high school.
Officer Travis Yates volunteered his time throughout the school year to train the students. It is truly rewarding to have the opportunity to work with such a talented group of kids, said Yates. Not only do I get to share my criminal justice knowledge and skills with them, but their passion and dedication remind us of why we chose this career path.
I was very proud of all the students who competed, said Corporal Rhett Calloway of the Charles County Sheriffs Office, who heads the Criminal Justice Program at North Point High School. They put themselves out there to be judged and that is stressful in itself. Each one of them trained extremely hard, gave up a lot of their own time to be prepared and did the best that they could. Congratulations to them all.
The students in our Criminal Justice Program are some of the best and brightest in Charles County, said Sheriff Troy Berry. They are top-notch students who serve as excellent role models for their younger peers. Their hard work and dedication, as well as that of their instructors, makes the Charles County Sheriffs Office very proud.
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