Wednesday, May 27, 2015

UPDATE 6-1-15: booking photos added - Arrests 5-27-15

First Degree Assault – On May 9, 2015, at 8:30 PM, Deputy Bare responded to a residence on Clarks Rest Road in Leonardtown, for a reported domestic assault. The victim alleged suspect Patrick Roy Thompson, age 30, of Leonardtown, grabbed the victim by the arm; shoved and punched the victim in the face during an argument. Thompson then went to the garage and retrieved a machete. When the victim entered the doorway of the garage, Thompson swung the machete at the victim but missed. The victim fled upstairs to a bathroom and locked the door. Thompson was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 1st and 2nd Degree Assault. CASE #26930-15
Patrick Thompson


First Degree Assault – On May 9, 2015, Deputy Jason Smith responded to Sell Drive in Lexington Park, for a reported stabbing. The male victim was on the ground with a stab wound in the upper groin area and a laceration on his wrist. The victim was initially transported to MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital for treatment. The investigation revealed suspect William Tommy Hall, age 46, of Lexington Park, and the victim had been at a party. When they returned home, intoxicated, they began to argue. Hall allegedly stabbed the victim during the argument. Hall was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 1st and 2nd Degree Assault. CASE #26933-15
William Hall


Assault & Violation Peace Order – On May 16, 2015, at 12:30 PM, Deputy Roszell responded to a residence in the 45000 block of Fox Chase Drive in Lexington Park, for a reported domestic assault. The victim alleged suspect Ryan Steven Michael, age 25, of Lexington Park, came to the residence intoxicated and an argument ensued. Michael pushed the victim causing an injury to the victim’s foot. Michael then grabbed the victim around the throat. Deputy Roszell observed injuries on the victim consistent with what had allegedly occurred. Michael was placed under arrest. There was also an active peace order with Michael as the respondent and another occupant of the home was the petitioner. The peace order prohibits Michael from entering the residence. Michael was charged with 2nd Degree Assault and Violation Peace Order. CASE #28285-15
Ryan Michael 


First Degree Assault – On May 17, 2015, Deputy McCuen responded to a residence on Stockett Run Lane in Mechanicsville. The alleged suspect Andrew Lee Seyler, age 26, of Mechanicsville, and the victim engaged in an argument over Seyler being evicted from the home. During the argument, the victim and Seyler began pushing each other. Seyler then retrieved a knife from his pants pocket, opened the blade and pointed it at the victim. Seyler threw the knife down after another person intervened. Seyler was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 1st Degree Assault. CASE #28520-15
Andrew Seyler



Burglary – On May 19, 2015, Deputy Siciliano responded to a residence on Winding Way in Lexington Park, after a caller to 91 1 reported a burglary in progress. The caller provided a description of the suspect. While responding, Deputy Muschette observed a suspect matching the description nearby at the Great Mills pool. Deputy Muschette stopped and detained the suspect identified as James Brian Thompson, JR., age 19, of Great Mills. The investigation revealed, a witness observed a suspect enter a nearby home and exit with a mini motorcycle. A short time later the same suspect returned and forced entry into home a second time through a window. Thompson was subsequently identified as the suspect who burglarized the home and was placed under arrest. Thompson was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with 3rd Degree Burglary, 4th Degree Burglary, Property Destruction Under $1,000, and Theft Under $1,000. CASE #29073-15
James Thompson, JR.


*Booking photos are not available at this time. They will be posted when accessible. 

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