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MSP Reports for St. Mary's Co.


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LEONARDTOWN, Md. (Aug. 1, 2016)—The Leonardtown Barrack of the Maryland State Police (MSP) today released the following incident and arrest reports.

THEFT: On Thursday, July 21, TFC B. Ditoto responded to the Kohls Department Store located in Lexington Park for a reported theft in progress. Upon arrival, TFC Ditoto observed the suspects, five juvenile males, attempting to exit the store and detained them. Investigation revealed that loss prevention officers witnessed the juveniles putting several items into their book bags and cutting open two speaker boxes. Upon reviewing the video surveillance, it was determined that one of the juveniles had not participated in the theft or destruction of property. The other four juveniles were placed under arrest and transported to the Maryland State Police Leonardtown Barrack for processing. All four were charged with Disorderly Conduct, Theft under $1,000, and Malicious Destruction of Property. Two of the juveniles were also charged with Concealing a Deadly Weapon. One juvenile was charged with Failure to Obey a Lawful Order for attempting to flee the scene. The juveniles were released to their respective guardians.

ASSAULT ON POLICE: On Friday, July 22, Sgt. Laney responded to the area of Beaver Creek Drive in Wildewood for a reported large party. While en route, Sgt. Laney stopped a silver passenger car in the area for a minor traffic violation. Sgt. Laney contacted the driver, Juwan Deangelo Carroll, 21, of Park Hall, and observed suspected CDS in the center console of the vehicle. Sgt. Laney advised Mr. Carroll to step out of the vehicle, however Mr. Carroll locked the doors to the vehicle and attempted to roll the driver's window up. Sgt. Laney reached through the window, unlocked the door, and opened it. The driver pulled the door closed. This occurred three times, until the driver rolled the window up enough to catch and pin Sgt. Laney's arm in the window. As Sgt. Laney removed his arm from the window, the window broke, causing abrasions and pain to Sgt. Laney's arms. The driver then placed the vehicle in gear and drove away.

A perimeter was set up in the Wildewood Retirement Community, and the area was searched. The vehicle was located, but abandoned. TFC Krenik, who was assisting with the search, stopped a vehicle in the area. As he approached the vehicle, TFC Krenik identified the passenger as the Mr. Carroll based on Sgt. Laney's description. After a brief struggle, Mr. Carroll was placed under arrest and charged with Assault First Degree, Aggravated Assault Second Degree, Resisting Arrest, Altering Evidence, Obstructing and Hindering a Police Officer Failure to Obey a Lawful Order and numerous traffic offenses. He was also charged civilly with Possession of Marijuana Less Than 10 Grams. Mr. Carroll was transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center and held pending a bond review with the District Court Commissioner. (16-MSP-029414)

ASSAULT: On Friday, July 22, Tpr. C. Ditoto and Tpr. Boniarski responded to the 46000 block of Sell Drive in Lexington Park for a reported disturbance. Investigation revealed that Kenneth Wayne Sullivan, 54, of Lexington Park, had been in a verbal altercation a female victim. During the investigation, Mr. Sullivan failed to obey a lawful order, then clenched his fist and pulled back in an attempt to strike a St. Mary's County Deputy that was assisting. A brief struggle ensued, and Mr. Sullivan was placed under arrest. He was transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center and charged with Assault Second Degree, Failure to Obey a Lawful Order, Resisting Arrest, and Aggravated Assault Second Degree. He was held pending a bond review with the District Court Commissioner. (16-MSP-029538)

ASSAULT: On Saturday, July 23, Tpr. Johnson responded to the 25000 Long Woods Lane in Mechanicsville for a reported assault. Investigation revealed that John Irvin Eberwein, 45, of Mechanicsville, had assaulted a female victim. A bottle of suspected PCP liquid was also recovered at the residence. Mr. Eberwein was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center. He was charged with Assault Second Degree and Possession of CDS - Not Marijuana and held pending a bond review with the District Court Commissioner. (16-MSP-029625)

THEFT: On Thursday, July 28, TFC Ruth responded to the 22000 block of Clipper Drive in Great Mills for a reported theft. Investigation revealed that a male juvenile, 13, stole a bicycle from outside of a residence. The juvenile was placed under arrest for Theft Less Than $1000 and transported to the Maryland State Police Leonardtown Barrack for processing. The suspect then released to a parent. (16-MSP-030347)

Warrant Arrests

Stevie Joe Howell, 29, of Waldorf on 7/26/2016 for Burglary, MDOP, and Theft

Rashaun Montgomery Peebles, 37, of Lexington Park, on 7/27/2016 for Failure to Appear in Court

Chanel Rayvonne Collins, 25, of Leonardtown, on 7/27/2016 for Failure to Appear in Court

Jawann Montell Carroll, 30, of Mechanicsville, on 7/28/2016 for CDS: Possess - Not Marijuana (Grand Jury Indictment)

Jonathan M. Barnes, 24, of Lexington Park, on 7/28/2016 for Failing to Follow Conditions of Probation

Terry Antonio Wheeler, 48, of Waldorf, on 7/26/2016 for Failure to Appear For Docket Call

DUI Arrests

Erin Ashley Coleman, 19, of Brandywine on 7/2/2016

Dana Marie Royster, 30, of Waldorf on 7/2/2016

Heriberto Alvarez Servin, 35, of Brandywine on 7/4/2016

Dennis M. Evans, Jr., 48, of Piney Point on 7/4/2016

Jack Michael Feeser, 25, of Mechanicsville on 7/9/2016

Michael J. Miles, 28, of Mechanicsville on 7/13/2016

John I. Eberwein, 45, of Mechanicsville on 7/15/2016

Joshua M. Stone, 33, of Chaptico on 7/18/2016

Gail Lynn Winfield, 52, of Leonardtown on 7/18/2016

Aurelia Stevens, 39, of Chaptico on 7/20/2016

Juwan D. Carroll, 21, of Park Hall on 7/22/2016

April Lynn Haley, 42, of Lexington Park on 7/30/2016

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