LEONARDTOWN, Md. (May 30, 2013)The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.
CAMP D.A.R.E. 2013: Experience the 6th Annual St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Camp D.A.R.E. Campers will learn skills to assist with good decision making, conflict resolution, appropriate social media conduct, and drug resistance. Campers will meet new friends and build friendships, learn and engage in healthy competition. Best of all Camp D.A.R.E. is FREE!
On the first day of camp, campers will receive their team assignment, a team shirt and a water bottle marked exclusively to the individual camper. Transportation to and from camp is the responsibility of the parent or guardian.
When: July 22nd through July 25th, 2013, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Where: Leonardtown High School
Who: St. Mary's County 5th/6th grade students for the 2013-2014 school years.
Each day Campers will be provided:
1. Clean Team Shirt and water bottle.
2. DARE Lessons and activities (inside/outside)
3. Two Snack breaks provided at no cost to the camper.
4. Lunch provided by the Mechanicsville Optimist Club at no cost to the camper.
5. Guaranteed friendships and fun!
Applications for Camp D.A.R.E. are available at the Sheriff's Office and on line at http://www.firstsheriff.com under "Special Operations Division, D.A.R.E."
For more information contact: Cpl. Angela Delozier 301-475-4200 ext. 9094 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
THEFT SUSPECTS WANTED: On Thursday, May 9, at 4:55 pm, the suspects pictured above, entered the Dunn Clean Laundromat, in the San Souci Shopping Center, located at 22599 MacArthur Blvd. in California, stole the victim's purse from the top of a washing machine and fled out the rear door with the victim in pursuit. The suspects fled when the victim decided to return to the Laundromat and call the police. Anyone with information is asked to call St. Mary's County Crime Solvers 301-475-3333. Ref CCN 22737-13.
SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT (2 COUNTS): On May 25, deputies responded to a residence on Oak Court in Lexington Park for a report of an assault. Investigation revealed Catherine Marie Guy, 24 of Lexington Park, assaulted an individual at the residence by punching, scratching, and pulling the victim's hair. When a third party attempted to intervene, Guy assaulted that individual as well. Guy was arrested and charged with 2 counts of second degree assault.
VIOLATION OF A PROTECTIVE ORDER: On January 23, Ashley Nicole Smith, 26 of Mechanicsville, was served with a protective order specifying that she not contact the petitioner of the order. The order is effective until January 23, 2014. On May 25, Smith violated the conditions of the order by contacting the petitioner. Smith was arrested and charged with violating the conditions of a protective order.
FIRST AND SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On May 26, deputies responded to St. Mary's Hospital for a report of an assault. Investigation revealed Matthew Michael Mulhern, 18 of Lexington Park, was engaged in a verbal dispute with the victim which escalated into a physical assault when Mulhern struck the victim several times in the face and head rendering her semi-conscious. The victim was transported to the hospital by a third party. The assault occurred at a residence on Circle Drive in Lexington Park. Deputies responded to Circle Drive in Lexington Park, arrested and charged Mulhern with first and second degree assault.
SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On May 26, deputies responded to a residence on Dickerson Road in Abell for a report of an assault. Investigation revealed Keedra Shontice Thomas, 31 of Abell, was engaged in a verbal dispute with the victim which escalated in to a physical assault when Thomas struck the victim in the head. Thomas was arrested and charged with second degree assault.
FIRST AND SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT: On May 26, deputies responded to a residence on Erin Drive in Mechanicsville for a report of an assault. Investigation revealed Christopher Raymond Goldsmith, 40 of Mechanicsville, was involved in a verbal dispute with the victim. The verbal disputes escalated into an assault when Goldsmith pointed a compound bow loaded with an arrow at the victim and threatened to kill the victim. Goldsmith subsequently lowered the bow and arrow and fled the residence prior to the deputies arriving. Goldsmith was contacted and subsequently arrested. He was charged with first and second degree assault.
POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCE - SUSPECTED MARIJUANA: On May 26, deputies received a complaint of a possible controlled dangerous substance violation at Myrtle Point Park in California. When deputies arrived at the park they encountered Zachary Tyler May, 21 of St. Inigoes, walking towards them from the beach pathway. May attempted to conceal something in his hands; the deputies inquired and discovered May was in possession of suspected marijuana. May was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, suspected marijuana.
MAN WHO HIT VICTIM IN HEAD WITH BASEBALL BAT APPREHENDED: On May 23, officers responded to Valley Estates Drive Lexington Park for a reported fight. Upon arrival, officers found an unresponsive 37-year-old male with blunt force injuries to his head. The victim was transported by Maryland State Police (MSP) helicopter to a regional trauma center. The victim was diagnosed with life threatening injuries and remains in critical condition. Witnesses identified Nicholas Kelson, 18 of Lexington Park, as the assailant and indicated he struck the victim in the head with a baseball bat. Kelson fled the area on foot.
Detectives with the Bureau of Criminal Investigations (BCI) assumed the investigation and along with members of the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Emergency Services Team (EST) executed a search and seizure warrant which resulted in the apprehension of Kelson. Kelson was transported to the St. Mary's County Detention Center and charged with Assault First Degree and Assault Second Degree. Kelson remains incarcerated pending an appearance before the District Court Commissioner. Additional charges are pending a review by the State's Attorney's Office.
TRESPASSING AT LEXINGTON PARK LIBRARY: On May 14 at 12:12 pm, a male juvenile was found trespassing on the grounds of the library and was arrested due to previously being served a notice not to trespass for that location.
DRUG ARREST IN NICOLET PARK: On May 10 at 8:44 pm, while conducting a premise check of Nicolet Park after hours, a vehicle parked and occupied was observed by Deputy First Class Ruest. Upon contacting the occupants it was determined there was marijuana in the vehicle. Further investigation resulted in both occupants (Tyki Cherie Golder Stewart, 27, and Allegra Rashida Awkward, 24, both of Lexington Park) being charged with possession of marijuana.
DRUG ARREST IN NICOLET PARK: On May 10 at 10:30 pm, while conducting a premise check of the park, Joseph Manning Milburn, Jr., 35 of Lexington Park, was observed trespassing on the park property after hours. He was incarcerated for trespassing, and possession of marijuana and paraphernalia by Deputy Bankhead.
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