Monday, May 21, 2018

2017 Rookies of the Year Named

Sheriff Tim Cameron congratulates Deputy Shawn Shelko
Sheriff Tim Cameron congratulates Correctional Officer Alexander Tasciotti


Deputy Shawn Shelko and Correctional Officer Alexander Tasciotti were named Rookies of the Year for 2017 for the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office at the Annual Awards Banquet held at the Bay District Volunteer Fire Department on Friday, May 18, 2018.

Deputy Shelko started with the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office on Nov. 2, 2015 and was released from Field Training on Oct. 10, 2016. Shelko is a consummate professional and sets the example for 21st Century policing – methodical in his approach and pursues his cases like a seasoned veteran.

Shortly after his release from field training, Shelko investigated a reported stolen boat. Shelko found through social media that a similar boat was being sold online. Although the boat’s appearance was painted over, Shelko continued the investigation which led to the discovery of the boat’s disposed vehicle identification number. The stolen property was recovered, followed by conviction of the culprit.

Utilizing techniques learned in Crisis Intervention Training, Shelko has turned potentially violent situations into calm and easy ones on several occasions. He is the example of how we want our deputies to interact with the public and his demeanor brings honor to the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office.

Tasciotti began his career with the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office as a Correctional Officer on April 25, 2016. In addition to his primary duties, he is a certified Booking Officer, member of the Sheriff’s Office Color Guard and a drone pilot for the agency.

Tasciotti has assisted in the collection of intelligence resulting in the discovery and removal of contraband from within the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center. He was also recognized for his heroic actions of pulling a citizen from a burning vehicle and providing emergency medical care until Emergency Medical Services arrived.

He is a thorough, capable and diligent officer who completes tasks without hesitation or complaint and assists his fellow officers with their daily assignments as well as unexpected events which unfold daily within the facility.

The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office takes great pride in naming Deputy Shelko as the 2017 Rookie of the Year and Correctional Officer Tasciotti as the 2017 Rookie of the Year.  

Friday, May 18, 2018

FOP Donation

Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 7, presents Chaplain Charlie Wharton with a donation, as Chaplain Wharton embarks on a trip to Kentucky.  Chaplain Wharton will be instructing seminars for the International Associations of Police Chaplains on Critical Incident Management.

Pictured left to right- Sgt. William Raddatz, Chaplain Charlie Wharton, Sgt. Michael Boyer

Arrest in Robbery


On May 17, 2018, at approximately 6:54 a.m. deputies from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office responded to the Lexington Park Cleaners, located on N Shangri-La Drive, in Lexington Park, for the report of an armed robbery.  Several employees were inside the establishment when a black male entered the business, brandished a knife, and demanded money.  Employees were able to exit the business; after the suspect was unsuccessful in opening a cash register, he left the business.  The investigation was continued by detectives from the Criminal Investigations Division.  Investigation determined the suspect to be Emanuel NMN Jones, “Moon”, age 48, from Lexington Park.  On May 18, 2018, Jones was located and charged with the following:

 
Armed Robbery

Robbery

First Degree Assault

Second Degree Assault

Concealing a Dangerous Weapon
 

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Detective Skyler LeFave at (301) 475-4200 extension *1983, or by email at Skyler.Lefave@stmarysmd.com. Citizens may remain anonymous and contact Crime Solvers at (301) 475-3333, or text a tip to “TIP239” plus their message to “CRIMES” (274637). Through the Crime Solvers Program tipsters are eligible for an award of up to $1,000 for information about a crime in St. Mary’s County that leads to an arrest or indictment.

                                                    Emanuel NMN Jones    AKA "MOON"                                        
 

                                                
                     

On-View Arrests, DUIs, Warrants


Arrests:
Burglary – Shawn Michael Clark, 26, of Lexington Park violated a protective order on May 2, 2018 at a residence at the 16000 block of Three Notch Road in Ridge and returned the morning of May 3, 2018. The victim advised that Clark unlawfully forced entry into the residence, causing damage to the door frame and locking mechanism on the door. The victim stated a brief struggle ensued and Clark pushed the victim to the ground. Clark was charged with two counts of third-degree burglary, violation of a protective order and second-degree assault. The case was handled by Dep. Tyler Westphal. CASE# 23119-18  
Clark failed to report for incarceration and charges of escape were added on May 5, 2018 by Dep. Tyler Payne. CASE# 23496-18

Shawn Michael Clark

Disorderly conduct – Ernarde Delovestein Banks, 37, of Lexington Park was seen pacing back and forth in the area of Chancellor’s Run Road and Buck Hewitt Road on May 3, 2018. When contacted by sheriff’s deputies, Banks was belligerent and resistant to police. Banks proceeded through private property and onto the grounds of Greenview Knolls Elementary School, which started the process for the school to go into lockdown and interrupted school operations. Banks was arrested and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center where he was charged with trespassing on school grounds, School: Disturb Operation and Intoxicated Public Disturbance by Deputy Tyler Westphal. CASE# 23200-18 

Ernarde Delovestein Banks

Child abuse/assault – Dep. Warren Forinash responded to the 46000 block of Yorktown Road in Lexington Park and made contact with several victims on May 4, 2018. It was alleged that Gary Victor Shubrooks, 26, of Lexington Park struck several victims and also swung a plastic snow shovel, which struck and broke the front porch light. Shubrooks was taken to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center charged with Child Abuse Second Degree, Assault Second Degree and Malicious Destruction of Property Less Than $1,000. CASE# 23458-18

Gary Victor Shubrooks

Assault – On May 4, 2018, Cpl. Jay Kirkner responded to the 25000 block of Pinto Drive in Hollywood for a disturbance call. A victim alleged that Ashley Marie Moore, 33, of Hollywood scratched the victim's neck with her fingernails. Later that day, another victim alleged Moore struck the victim in the face several times and pulled hair. Moore appeared to be intoxicated and argumentative with persons at the scene. Moore was taken to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center and was charged with Assault Second Degree. CASE# 23499-18

Ashley Marie Moore

Assault – On May 6, 2018, Dep. James Bare responded to the 22000 block of Donaldson Drive in Lexington Park for a reported assault. The victim alleged that Robert Russell Breon Jr., 45, of Lexington Park grabbed and bruised the victim’s wrist. Dep. Bare observed a bruise on the victim’s wrist, arrested Breon and took the suspect to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center where Breon was charged with Assault Second Degree. CASE# 23732-18  
   
Robert Russell Breon Jr.

Trespassing – On May 7, 2018, Dep. Benjamin Raley responded to the Leonardtown Burchmart for a reported theft. Deputy Raley issued a criminal citation for theft of less than $100 and served notice to Stacey Lynn Goode, 40, of No Fixed Address not to trespass at the Burchmart in Leonardtown. Later that day, Goode was seen by a witness wearing no pants and walking toward the Leonardtown Burchmart. Goode was placed under arrest and taken to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center for two counts of Trespassing on Private Property. CASE# 24030-18
Goode was also arrested on May 8, 2018 at the parking lot of Father Andrew White School in Leonardtown where she was found inside of an unlocked vehicle, rummaging through the glove compartment. Goode was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center and charged with Rogue and Vagabond by Cpl. Patrick Handy. CASE# 24119-18 

Stacey Lynn Goode

Assault – On May 7, 2018, Dep. First Class Kevin Molitor responded to the 48000 block of Compass Circle in Lexington Park for a reported subject running around without a shirt. Upon arrival, Molitor was advised by victims and witnesses that Marvin Jerome Smith Jr., 47, of Lexington Park, was intoxicated. While being driven out of the neighborhood by the victim and witness, Smith attempted to get out of the vehicle and after finding that the car doors were locked, began grabbing the victim from behind causing scratches on the shoulders, neck and face. Smith climbed out of the vehicle and fled, but was located, arrested, transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center and charged with Second-Degree Assault. CASE# 24024-18   

Marvin Jerome Smith Jr. 

Contraband/CDS Violation – On May 10, 2018, Dep. Kevin Molitor responded to the area of Route 235 and Exploration Drive in Lexington Park to take a wanted subject into custody. Vashon Lamar Hayden, 35, of No Fixed Address was found to be in possession of suspected crack cocaine and numerous tablets of Alprazolam. Hayden was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center and after his handcuffs were removed, he attempted to move the container holding the CDS from the area of his groin to his pocket. Hayden was charged with Possession of Contraband and two counts of CDS Possession, not Marijuana. CASE# 24456-18

Vashon Lamar Hayden 

Contraband – On May 10, 2018, Calvin Nelson Washington returned to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center from taking his GED test. A routine search of Washington upon his re-entry found a plastic bag containing tobacco on the inside of Washington’s shoes that he was wearing. Washington was charged with Possession of Contraband by DFC Kevin Molitor . CASE# 24586-18

Calvin Nelson Washington

Assault – On May 10, 2018, Dep. Daniel Sidorowicz responded to the 45000 block of Sayre Drive in California for an assault report. Sidorowicz made contact with the victim who said Nicolas James Hamm, 26, of Great Mills struck the victim four or five times on the arm and back because Hamm couldn’t use the phone. Sidorowicz saw large bruises on the victim, arrested Hamm and transported him to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center where he was charged with Second-Degree Assault. CASE# 45756-18   

Nicolas James Hamm

Theft – On May 4, 2018, Leroy John Thomas Jr., 43, of Martinsburg, WV was charged with Theft Less than $1,000 from the Fastop in Leonardtown by Cpl. Thomas Seyfried. CASE# 23376-18
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Theft – On May 6, 2018, Jerry Lewis Gray, 57, of Lexington Park was charged with four counts of Theft Less Than $100 from the Weis in Lexington Park by DFC Daniel Holdsworth. CASE# 21778-18
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Violation of Protective Order – On May 8, 2018 Dep. Benjamin Raley arrived at the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center for a violation of a protective order. Marshall Howard Carr, 54, of Lexington Park was attempting to send a letter to someone with a protective order against him. CASE# 24042

Marshall Howard Carr

Theft – On May 8, 2018, Dep. Tyler Westphal responded to the Target store at First Colony Way in California for a reported theft. The Loss Prevention Officer observed Katrina Lee Ann Logue, 32, of Mechanicsville put a LG Bluetooth headset into her bra and went into the ladies room. Logue then passed all points of sale without paying. She was charged with Theft Under $100. CASE# 24165-18
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Trespassing – On May 2, 2018, Cpl. Alvin Beishline arrested Walter Jerome Ford Sr., 53, of Lexington Park for Trespass Private Property at 21628 Great Mills Road in Lexington Park. CASE# 23005-18
 
Walter Jerome Ford Sr.

Alcohol Violation – On May 2, 2018, Cpl. Alvin Beishline arrested Robert Lee Driggers, 52, of Lexington Park for Alcoholic Beverage/Open Container/Retail Establishment at 46940 South Shangri-La Drive in Lexington Park. CASE# 22993-18
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Theft – On May 8, 2018 Dep. Tyler Westphal arrested Valerie Yvonne Gross, 45, of Great Mills for Theft Under $100. Gross was observed by the Loss Prevention Officer at the Lexington Park Weis store putting family packs of steaks inside of her pants and walking past all points of sale. When she was approached by law enforcement in the parking lot, she no longer had the steaks in her possession. It was estimated that she took three family packs of steaks, valued at approximately $100. CASE# 24187-18

Valerie Yvonne Gross
 

Possession of heroin – On May 9, 2018, Cpl. David Potter stopped a 2013 Cadillac for failing to attach registration plates at the front and rear. Sgt. Todd Fleenor and his canine partner responded to the scene and conducted a scan of the vehicle. The canine alerted to the presence of narcotics in the vehicle. A search of the passenger, Justin Philip Gates, 34, of Great Mills found a quantity of heroin concealed in his pants and he was charged with heroin possession. The driver, Hayden Paul Cabada, 22, of Mechanicsville was charged with heroin possession and paraphernalia possession. CASE# 24415-18
 
Justin Philip Gates

Assault – On May 14, 2018, Dep. Richard Forbes responded to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center for the report of an assault. Mark Andrew Alvey Jr., 26, of Lexington Park was seen on video surveillance pushing the victim and was charged with Second-Degree Assault. CASE# 25294-18  
  
Mark Andrew Alvey
  

Drug Arrest – On May 11, 2018, DFC Rozier Steinbach was sitting in traffic when he observed two vehicles parked at the fuel pumps of the Burchmart in Leonardtown, but neither party was pumping gas. Steinbach observed a transaction between the two. The defendant, Mark Anthony Clark, 58, of Hollywood said he had come to the gas station to buy controlled dangerous substances for $40. Steinbach found a pair of Buprenorphine and Naloxone sublingual films on Clark and Alprazolam tablets in two small plastic baggies. Clark could not provide a prescription for the medications found. CASE# 24839-18

Mark Anthony Clark

First-Degree Assault – On May 11, 2018, Cpl. Daniel Snyder responded to the 22000 block of Wainwright Court in California for the report of a dispute with a gun involved. Snyder spoke with the victim who said when the victim came out of a bedroom and down the hall, Teresa Lynn Thompson, 63, of California pointed a gun at the victim and told the victim to return to a bedroom. The gun was recovered from a hutch and Thompson was arrested, transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center and charged with First-Degree and Second-Degree Assault. CASE# 24860-18

Teresa Lynn Thompson

Property Destruction – On May 12, 2018, Dep. Andrew Budd responded to the 13000 block of Point Lookout Road in Ridge for a reported disturbance. Budd made contact with Trey Dominic Barnes, 31, of Callaway who was extremely intoxicated. Barnes was told numerous times to leave the property, which he refused and then kicked multiple pathway lights, causing damage. Barnes was placed under arrest, transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center and charged with Disorderly Conduct and Malicious Destruction of Property Less than $1,500. CASE# 24909-18

Trey Dominic Barnes

Recovered Stolen Auto – On May 12, 2018, DFC David Lawrence responded to a report of a possibly stolen vehicle. Lawrence with the assistance of several other officers, located the vehicle parked at the 22000 block of Park Drive in California and contacted Joseph Andrew Townsend, 26, of California who could not produce the vehicle’s rental agreement and none was found in the vehicle. The St. Mary’s County Emergency Communications Center confirmed the vehicle was stolen on April 4, 2018, reported to the Metro Washington Airport Authority. Townsend also had an active arrest warrant in Charles County. Townsend was arrested, transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center and charged with Theft: $1,500 – Under $25,000. CASE# 24938-18
 
Joseph Andrew Townsend

Robbery/Assault – On May 13, 2018, Cpl. Daniel Snyder responded to the 21000 block of Great Mills Road in Lexington Park for a reported robbery. The victim advised that Francis Xavier Hill Jr., 22, of Lexington Park got on top of the victim and took a wallet containing cash, cards and driver’s license and then ran out of the apartment. The victim also received minor injuries. Hill was charged with Robbery, Assault and Theft. CASE# 25058-18.

Francis Xavier Hill Jr. 

Theft – On May 14, 2018, Dep. Robert Chase responded to the Target store in California for the report of a theft. Shailita Shorna Holt, 22, of Lexington Park was charged with Theft Less Than $100 for stealing various items of clothing. CASE# 23397-18
 
Shailita Shorna Holt

Assault – On May 15, 2018, Cpl. Jay Kirkner responded to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation for the report of an assault. David Timothy Knott, 31, of No Fixed Address was seen on video surveillance entering the victim’s cell on numerous occasions and eventually pushed the victim with two hands. Neither had visible signs of injuries. Knott was charged with Second-Degree Assault and Assault on a Corrections Employee. CASE# 25646-18

David Timothy Knott

Assault – On May 15, 2018, DFC Jason Smith responded to a Mechanicsville address for the report of an assault. The victim said that Alexis Marie Collins, 20, of Mechanicsville started an argument over a text message which led to a physical altercation and caused neck scratches and struck the victim with a flashlight at the back of the head causing a visible bloody and raised injury. Collins was arrested, transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center and was charged with Second-Degree Assault. CASE# 25466-18
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Burglary – On May 16, 2018, DFC Sheena Tirpak responded to Abberly Crest Apartments in Lexington Park for a reported burglary. Tirpak was advised that Callie Anne Whitney, 19, of No Fixed Address made entry into the clubhouse building by forcefully pulling on a rear door until the magnetic locking mechanism was bypassed. Tirpak located Whitney later in the day, arrested her, transported her to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center was charged two counts of Fourth-Degree Burglary and two counts of Violation of Protective Order. CASE# 25733-18.
  
Callie Anne Whitney

Theft – On May 15, 2018, DFC Daniel Holdsworth responded to Guenther’s Fine Wine and Spirits in Leonardtown for a reported theft. Katelyn Nicole Strang, 23, of Leonardtown was arrested and charged with Theft: $100 to $1,500 and Theft Less than $100 for taking two 12 packs of Milwaukee’s Best beer. CASE# 25553-18
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DUIs:
On March 17, 2018, Destiny Anne Key-Mellies, 22, of Lexington Park was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Driving Vehicle While Under the Influence of Alcohol Per Se and Driving Vehicle while Impaired by Alcohol in Avenue by Dep. Carl Ball #315.
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On April 25, 2018, Kevin Michael Kennedy, 20, of Great Mills was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol Per Se and Driving While Impaired by Alcohol on Chancellor’s Run Road by Lt. Edward Evans #88.

Kevin Michael Kennedy

On May 2, 2018, David Glen Thiessen, 53, of Lexington Park was charged with Driving While Under the Influence of Alcohol and Driving While Intoxicated near the Cedar Cove Beach by Dep. Tyler Westphal #337.
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On May 4, 2018, Joann Marie Tannehill, 52, of Park Hall was charged with Driving While Impaired by a Controlled Dangerous Substance, Driving a Vehicle While So Far Impaired by Drugs Cannot Drive Safely, Driving a Vehicle with Suspended Registration and Driving a Motor Vehicle without a License in the area of Lexington Park Baptist Church by Dep. Richard Forbes #341.
 
Joann Marie Tannehill

On May 12, 2018, Helena Machell Banks, 34, of Clements was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Driving While Impaired by Alcohol and Driver Consuming Alcoholic Beverage in Passenger Area of Motor Vehicle on Highway in the Mechanicsville area by Dep. Benjamin Raley #345.
 
Helena Machell Banks

On May 12, 2018, John Allen Hall, 52, of Brandywine was charged with Driving Vehicle While Under the Influence of Alcohol and Driving Vehicle While Impaired by Alcohol in Hollywood by Dep. Dianne Hersh #343.
 
John Allen Hall

On May 15, 2018, Mayra Brenda Herrera, 24, of Lexington Park was charged with Driving While Under the Influence of Alcohol, Driving While Under the Influence of Alcohol Per Se and Driving Vehicle While Impaired by Alcohol in Lexington Park by Dep. Warren Forinash #344.

Mayra Brenda Herrera

Warrants:
Jessica Nicole Michael, 27, of Charlotte Hall was arrested on an outstanding warrant on May 2, 2018 for CDS possession – not marijuana and Theft of less than $100 by Cpl. James Stone #183. Case# 23020-18  
 
Jessica Nicole Michael

Joseph Antoni Maldonado-Marsh, 36, of Upper Marlboro was arrested for Theft between $1,500 to $25,000 and Vehicle Rented: Fail to Return by Dep. Dianne Hersh #343. Case# 03226-18
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Damont Eric Barnes, 35, of California was arrested on May 3, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Child Support (and Child Support warrant for Calvert County) and Theft of less than $1,000 by Cpl. James Stone #183. CASE# 23147-18  
 
Damont Eric Barnes

Kathleen Hayden Stone, 58, of Hollywood was arrested on May 4, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear for Driving while Suspended by Dep. Daniel Holdsworth #305. CASE# 23403-18
 
Kathleen Hayden Stone

Jalin Atibe Lee, 23, of Lexington Park was arrested on May 4, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear for Assault Second Degree by Dep. James Bare #307. CASE# 23433-18  
 
Jalin Atibe Lee

Johnathan Omar Nelson, 34, of Lexington Park was arrested on May 4, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear for Jury Duty by Cpl. Jay Kirkner #133. CASE# 23459-18
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Anthony Kenneth Dotson Jr., 29, of Temple Hills was arrested on an outstanding warrant on May 4, 2018 for Assault First Degree, Assault Second Degree and Property Destruction by Cpl. Jay Kirkner #133. CASE# 23483-18
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Stacey Lynn Goode, 40, of No Fixed Address was arrested on May 5, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Circuit Court Failure to Appear: Child Support by Dep. Richard Forbes #341. CASE# 23552-18
 
Stacey Lynn Goode

Anna Drue Mizak, 29, of No Fixed Address was arrested on May 1, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear: Child Support and Fraud by Dep. Kevin Molitor #304. CASE# 23656-18

Anna Drue Mizak 
 

Katie Jo Hamilton, 24, of Lexington Park was arrested on May 6, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear: Child Support by Dep. Daniel Holdsworth #305. CASE# 23708-18
 
Katie Jo Hamilton

Joseph Wayne Collis, 52, of Capitol Heights was arrested on May 6, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Malicious Destruction of Property Under $1,000 by Dep. James Bare #307. CASE# 23713-18
 
Joseph Wayne Collis

Steven Rene Tharpe, 28, of Great Mills was arrested on May 6, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for two charges of Violation of Probation by Dep. Matthew Beyer #319. CASE# 23696-18
 
Steven Rene Tharpe

Jerry Lewis Gray, 57, of Lexington Park was arrested on May 7, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for FOA Calvert County by Dep. Tyler Payne #320. CASE# 23768-18
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Steven Wayne Sams Jr., 38, of Waldorf was arrested on May 7, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for two counts of Violation of Probation by Dep. Carl Ball #315. CASE# 23871-18
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Warren Duane Hayes, 57, of Washington D.C. was arrested on May 7, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Attempted First-Degree Murder by Dep. Carl Ball #315. CASE# 23900-18
 
Warren Duane Hayes

Lamont Luther Johnson, 44, of Clinton was arrested on May 7, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Attempted First-Degree Murder by Dep. Carl Ball #315. CASE# 23899-18
 
Lamont Luther Johnson

Nicholas Bruce Osborne, 18, of California was arrested on May 7, 2018 on outstanding warrants for Attempted First-Degree Murder and CDS Possession with Intent to Distribute by Dep. Carl Ball #315. CASE# 23895-18
 
Nicholas Bruce Osborne

Willie Matthew Coates, 43, of Great Mills was arrested on May 7, 2018 on two outstanding warrants for Child Abuse Second Degree by Dep. Carl Ball #315. CASE# 23891-18
 
Willie Matthew Coates

Carlton Eugene Young, 48, of Leonardtown was arrested on May 7, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Attempted Second-Degree Murder by Dep. John Fenwick #338. CASE# 23892-18
 
Carlton Eugene Young

Claudette Hope Williams, 54, of Washington D.C. on May 7, 2018 was served a warrant for Kidnapping and multiple indictments by Cpl. Steven Kerby #242. CASE# 24025-18
 
Claudette Hope Williams

Courtney Lauren Turner, 25, of Lexington Park on May 8, 2018 was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear: Assault Second Degree by Dep. John Davis #269. CASE# 24132-18
 
Courtney Lauren Turner

Tawni Angel Uhl-Jones, 33, of Leonardtown was arrested on May 8, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear for Trespass: Private Property by Cpl. Patrick Handy #132. CASE# 24109-18
 
Tawni Angel Uhl-Jones

Nicole Ann Kelly, 32, of Lexington Park was arrested on May 8, 2018 on outstanding warrants for Failure to Appear for Violation of Probation and Failure to Appear for Driving While Revoked by Cpl. Austin Schultz #258. CASE# 24199-18

Nicole Anne Kelly, 32, of Lexington Park was served on May 8, 2018 with a warrant for Second-Degree Assault by Cpl. Austin Schultz #258 CASE# 01192-18  

Nicole Anne Kelly, 32, of Lexington Park was arrested on May 9, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Second-Degree Assault by DFC Daniel Holdsworth. CASE# 08642-18
 
Nicole Anne Kelly

Rashaun Montgomery Peebles, 39, of Charlotte Hall was arrested on May 8, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Violation of Probation by Cpl. James Stone #183. CASE# 24162-18
 
Rashaun Montgomery Peebles

Tyquan Samuel Wills, 18, of Lexington Park was arrested on May 9, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for a Failure to Appear warrant for Driving without a Required License by Dep. Kevin Molitor #304. CASE# 24258-18
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Krystal Marie Duffy, 24, of Lexington Park was arrested on May 9, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear: Theft Scheme Less $1,000 and Failure to Appear: Driving While Suspended by Dep. Dianne Hersh #343. CASE# 24277-18
 
Krystal Marie Duffy

Kristin Lacey Dziergowski, 29, of Leonardtown was arrested on May 9, 2018 for Circuit Court Violation of Probation by Dep. Daniel Sidorowicz #328. CASE# 24347-18
 
Kristin Lacey Dziergowski

Vashon Lamar Hayden, 35, of No Fixed Address was arrested on May 10, 2018 for outstanding warrants for Second-Degree Assault and Malicious Destruction of Property Less Than $1,000 by Dep. Kevin Molitor #304. CASE# 01163-18

Vashon Lamar Hayden

Crystal Dawn Faulstitch, 33, of Leonardtown was arrested on May 10, 2018 for an outstanding warrant for VOP Theft in Calvert County by Dep. Robert Chase #346. CASE# 24514-18
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Becky Sue Booth, 41, of Lexington Park was arrested on May 10, 2018 for an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear: Theft by Dep. Daniel Holdsworth #305. CASE# 24488-18
 
Becky Sue Booth 

Matthew Joseph Hatcher, 31, of Mechanicsville was arrested on May 10, 2018 for an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear: Driving While Suspended by Dep. James Maguire #171. CASE# 24525-18
 
Matthew Joseph Hatcher

Shawn Michael Clark, 26, of Lexington Park was arrested on May 10, 2018 for outstanding warrants for Second-Degree Assault, two Violations of Protective Order, Burglary, Assault, Second-Degree Escape and Escape Second Degree Condition of Release by DFC James Bare. CASE# 23557-18    
 
Shawn Michael Clark

Lewis Edmund Abbott, 72, of California was arrested on May 10, 2018 for an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear: Driving While Suspended by Dep. Daniel Holdsworth #305. CASE# 24512-18
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Jason Robert Laws, 44, of Lothian was arrested on May 10, 2018 for an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear: Child Support by DFC. Timothy Wesner #284. CASE# 24544-18
 
Jason Robert Laws

Damonta Sharod Brooks, 23, of Lexington Park on May 10, 2018 was arrested for an outstanding warrant for Second-Degree Assault by Dep. Richard Forbes #341. CASE# 24564-18
 
Damonta Sharod Brooks

Michael Allen King, 45, of California on May 11, 2018 was arrested for outstanding warrants for Failure to Appear: Arson Threat and First-Degree Assault by Cpl. Shaun Carberry #167. CASE# 24696-18
 
Michael Allen King

Vincent Michael Apel, 28, of Lusby on May 11, 2018 was arrested for an outstanding warrant for Violation of Probation by Dep. Shawn Shelko #326. CASE# 24776-18
 
Vincent Michael Apel

William Ambrose Fenwick, 28, of Lusby on May 11, 2018 was arrested for an outstanding warrant for Child Support by Cpl. Joshua Krum #260. CASE# 24772-18
 
William Ambrose Fenwick

Israel NMN Holmes, 18, of Lexington Park on May 11, 2018 was arrested for an outstanding warrant for Second-Degree Rape by Cpl. Austin Schultz #258. CASE# 12807-18
 
Israel Holmes

Andrew Gordon Duncanson, 23, of California on May 11, 2018 was arrested for an outstanding warrant for Violation of Probation by Cpl. James Stone #183. CASE# 24815-18
 
Andrew Gordon Duncanson 

Martia Shemethia Hayward, 37, of Great Mills on May 11, 2018 was arrested for an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear: Driving While Suspended by Cpl. James Stone #183. CASE# 24701-18
 
Martia Shemethia Hayward

Joyce Dianne Nicotera, 63, of Manassas, VA on May 12, 2018 was arrested for an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear in St. Mary’s: Driving While Suspended by Dep. Benjamin Raley #345. CASE# 25041-18
 
Joyce Dianne Nicotera

Heather Nicole Lacey, 30, of Drayden on May 13, 2018 was arrested for outstanding warrants for Calvert County Circuit Court Bench Warrants and was transported to Calvert County by Cpl. James Stone #183. CASE# 25127-18
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Kiersten Faye Nutter, 27, of Leonardtown on May 14, 2018 was arrested for an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear: Driving While Suspended for Calvert County by Dep. Richard Barnes #341. CASE# 25346-18
 
Kiersten Faye Nutter

Casey Michael Shores, 26, of No Fixed Address was arrested on May 14, 2018 for two outstanding warrants for Rogue and Vagabond by Dep. Warren Forinash #344. CASE# 25404-18
 
Casey Michael Shores

Justin Dewayne Jordan, 20, of Great Mills was arrested on May 15, 2018 for an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear: Driving Motor Vehicle on Highway without Required License and Authorization by Dep. Warren Forinash #344. CASE# 25430-18
 
Justin Dewayne Jordan

Tammy Lynn Wathen, 37, of Leonardtown was arrested on May 15, 2018 for an outstanding warrant for Driving and Uninsured by Cpl. Jay Kirkner #133. CASE# 25466-18  
 
Tammy Lynn Wathen

Katina Marie Knott, 31, of Lexington Park was arrested on May 15, 2018 for an outstanding warrant for Child Support by Dep. Richard Forbes #341. CASE# 25557-18
 
Katina Marie Knott

Tim Huu Nguyen, 45, of Mechanicsville was arrested on May 15, 2018 for outstanding warrants for Violation of Protective Order and Second-Degree Assault by Cpl. Jay Kirkner #133. CASE# 25605-18
 
Tim Huu Nguyen

Demonie Lashae Ford, 18, of Lexington Park was arrested on May 16, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear Second-Degree Assault by DFC Vincent Pontorno #257. CASE# 25784-18
 
Demonie Lashae Ford

David Dawayne Gatlin Jr., 21, of Cheltenham was arrested on May 16, 2018 on an outstanding warrant for Theft: $1,500 to under $25,000 by Dep. Tyler Westphal #337. CASE# 01366-18
 
David Dawayne Gatlin Jr.