Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Arrests 11-18-14

PROPERTY DESTRUCTION – On November 10, 2014, Deputy Beyer responded to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center for a report of property destruction. Investigation revealed inmate Cornelius nmn Fenwick, 37, of no fixed address, pulled the wires from the motor of the air conditioning system located in segregation. Fenwick was charged with Property Destruction Under $1,000.
Cornelius Fenwick


THEFT – On November 18, 2014, Corporal Rogers responded to Walmart in California for a reported theft. Investigation revealed an employee identified as Adonnis Oneal Barber. 19, of Great Mills, stole several IPhone 6 cellular telephones over a period of 2 weeks. Barber hid the phones in the store then later retrieved and left with them. The phones were valued at over $9,000. Barber was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with Theft Over $1,000.
Adonnis Barber 


ASSAULT ON LAW ENFORCEMENT – On November 14, 2014, Deputy Logue and Corporal Rishel responded to Shangri-La Drive in Lexington Park, to assist the Maryland State Police with a reported domestic assault. After placing suspect Dat Phat Nguyen, 41, of Lexington Park, under arrest and in handcuffs, he began to become combative. Therefore, officers placed Nguyen in Deputy Logue’s caged patrol vehicle for transport to the detention center. While placing Nguyen in the vehicle, he attempted to bite Corporal Rishel on the arm. After he was secured in the vehicle, Nguyen kicked the rear window out of the patrol vehicle with his bare feet. The shattered glass struck Deputy Logue in the face causing several minor lacerations. Nguyen was subsequently secured for transport to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center where he was charged with 2 COUNTS of 2nd Degree Assault on Law Enforcement and Property Destruction Under $1,000.
Dat Nguyen


DISORDERLY CONDUCT – On November 14, 2014, Deputy Lawrence responded to the Sheetz located in California, for a disorderly subject. Store management alleged the subject ordered food and was refusing to pay for it. Deputy Lawrence contacted suspect Terence Darnell English, 31, of Lexington Park, who was yelling at people inside the store. English subsequently paid for his food however he continued to yell profanity toward people and employees inside the store. He was ordered several times to stop and he refused. English was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with Disorderly Conduct and Failure to Obey a Lawful Order.

Terence English 


FALSE REPORT – On November 15, 2014, Corporal O’Connor responded to Yorktown Road for a reported robbery. The victim, identified as Daniel James Isom, 21, of Lexington Park, alleged he was walking on Midway Drive when he was approached by a black male suspect who asked for a cigarette. After Isom told the suspect no, the suspect produced a handgun and demanded Isom’s property. After obtaining Isom’s money and other property, the suspect walked away. During further investigation, Corporal O’Connor determined the reported robbery was a false report. Isom had lost his brother’s money earlier in the day and made up the story to hide that fact. Isom was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with False Statement to Police Officer Causing Investigation and False Statement to Officer.
Daniel Isom



THEFT – On November 16, 2014, Corporal O’Connor responded to Walmart in California for a reported theft. Loss Prevention employees reported a white female, later identified as Samantha Dawn Domm, 42, of Lexington Park, loaded several items in the basket of a motorized shopping cart and left the store without paying for the items. The value of the stolen items was over $200.00. Domm was also in the store the evening prior to return DVDs. She was asked to leave after becoming disorderly. Domm was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. She was charged with Theft Under $1,000 and Theft Scheme Under $1,000.
Samantha Domm

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