Monday, June 1, 2015

Arrests 6-1-15

Theft Motor Vehicle – On May 25, 2015, deputies received a LOJACK alert in the area of the Red Roof Inn located on Three Notch Road in California. LOJACK confirmed the alert was for a stolen 2013 Ford F-250 reported to the Charles County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Wesner responded to the rear parking lot and located the 2013 Ford F-250 Home Depot rental truck. Deputy Wesner located suspect Joseph Andrew Townsend, age 23, of Waldorf, sleeping inside the cab. Townsend was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with Unlawful Taking of Motor Vehicle, Unauthorized Removal/Use of Property, and Rental Motor Vehicle Failure to Return. CASE #30325-15
Joseph Townsend

Theft – On May 26, 2015, an employee at the California Walmart reported a Hispanic male suspect grabbed an Xbox 1 from the checkout counter and ran out of the store. He was seen getting into a silver vehicle with a Maryland registration. A lookout was broadcast for the vehicle. A short time later, Deputy Kontra from the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office spotted and stopped the suspect vehicle in Calvert County on Route 4 at H.G. Truman Road. Deputy S. Cameron responded to Calvert County and found a backseat passenger matching the suspect description. An Xbox was found inside the vehicle. The suspect was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center by Deputy Schultz. While completing the booking process, Deputy Schultz learned the name and date of birth provided by the suspect was false. The suspect was subsequently identified as Jacob Jamal Sbeitan, age 32, of Huntingtown. Sbeitan was charged with Theft Under $1,000, Property Destruction Under $1,000, and False Statement to Peace Officer. CASE #30508-15
Jacob Sbeitan

Assault/False Imprisonment – On May 26, 2015, Deputy Cole responded to a residence on Flower Drive for a domestic assault in progress. The victim alleged suspect Daryl Clinton White, age 34, of Lexington Park, came home and became enraged when he could not find his Playstation 4. The victim went upstairs to a bedroom to get away from White. White followed the victim into the room and looked the door. The victim repeatedly tried to get out of the room only to be grabbed by White. The victim eventually made it to a window and was able to yell for help. A witness heard the victim’s screams for help and kicked in the door. The witness located the victim being held back by White. The witness attempted to get in between White and the victim but was unable to do so. A second witness then entered the bedroom and was able to pull White off of the victim who then ran from the home and called 91 1. The victim sustained minor injuries during the assault. White was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 2nd Degree Assault and False Imprisonment. CASE #30680-15  
Daryl White