DOMESTIC ASSAULT – On February 11, 2015, Deputy L. Johnson responded to a residence on Hunting Meadows Court in Callaway, for an assault. The victim alleged suspect Betty Ann Douglas, age 52, of Callaway, grabbed the victim by the arm leaving scratch marks. Deputy Johnson observed the injury on the victim’s arm. Douglas was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. She was charged with 2nd Degree Assault. CASE #8108-15
Betty Ann Douglas
THEFT – On February 10, 2015, Deputy Logue responded to the California Walmart for a reported theft in progress. Loss prevention employees identified the two suspects to Deputy Logue, who made contact with both as they exited the store. The investigation revealed the suspects, identified as Kevin Michael Kolbe, age 23, of Lexington Park, and Victoria Lynn Bryant, 49, of Lexington Park, had stolen items of merchandise, valued at over $170.00, concealed on their person. Kolbe and Bryant were placed under arrest and further searched. Two (2) white pills (Oxycodone) were found in the change pocket of Bryant’s jeans and two (2) purple pills (Bupropion Hydrochloride) and paraphernalia used to ingest controlled dangerous substances were located in her purse. Bryant had also been issued a notice not to trespass for Walmart on 1-27-12 by Corporal Kirkner. During a further search of Kolbe, two (2) white pills (Oxycodone) were found in the change pocket of his jeans.
Kevin Michael Kolbe
Victoria Lynn Bryant
Bryant was charged with Theft Under $1,000, Trespass: Private Property, 2 COUNTS Possession Not Marijuana, Possession Paraphernalia, Removal of Prescription Label.
Kolbe was charged with Theft Under $1,000 and Possession Controlled Dangerous Substance Not Marijuana.
Both were transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. CASE #8003-15
FLEEING & ELUDING – On February 10, 2015, Corporal M. Rogers attempted to stop a vehicle, utilizing lights and siren, for speeding on Three Notch Road in the area of Poplar Ridge Road. The driver of the vehicle, (red Chevrolet Cobalt), refused to stop. A short time later, the suspect vehicle turned onto Showtime Lane where the driver fled from the vehicle on foot into the woods. Corporal Roger pursued the driver for approximately 150 yards where he ordered the driver to stop. The driver refused all commands and began to walk away from Corporal Rogers. The driver continued to resist arrest; however he was eventually placed into custody with the help of a citizen. The driver was identified as Samuel John Jones 4th, age 21, of Lexington Park. He was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with Resisting Arrest, Failure to Obey Lawful Order, Fleeing & Eluding, Driving Without a License, Failure to Display Registration Card. CASE #7976-15
Samuel John Jones 4th
VANDALISM – On February 8, 2015, DFC Bowen responded to a residence in the 21000 block of Great Mills Road, for reported vandalism to windows. The victim alleged someone smashed some of the windows on the home sometime during the night. While conducting a neighborhood canvass, DFC Bowen located similar damage to a light pole and another home. The damage was consistent with having been caused by a BB gun. DFC Bowen then heard what sounded like glass breaking nearby. DFC Bowen subsequently located a 12 year old, male, from Lexington Park, who had just shot windows with the BB gun he was holding. The juvenile was placed under arrest and transported to the District 4 Station where he was processed. He was charged with Property Destruction and Property Destruction Scheme Over $1,000. CASE #7578-15