Monday, October 5, 2015

Arrests (September 17 – September 23)




On September 16, 2015, Deputy H. Smith responded to the 30000 block of Business Center Drive (Anchor at Walden Sierra) in Charlotte Hall, for a reported CDS violation. An employee of Anchor discovered a writing pen with white residue and several pieces of burnt foil in a bag appearing to belong to suspect, Christina Gold-Bowen, age 20, of Leonardtown. Bowen was arrested and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. She was charged with Possession of Paraphernalia. CASE# 54646-15

Christina R. Gold-Bowen

On September 18, 2015, Deputy B. Fennessey responded to the 24000 block of Pin Cushion Road, for a reported domestic assault. The victim alleged the suspect, William E. Walter, age 53 of Leonardtown, threw the victim to the ground and kneeled on the victim’s neck during an argument. The victim displayed injuries consistent with the allegations. Walter was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 2nd Degree Assault.  CASE# 55170-15

William E. Walter

On September 18, 2015, Deputy M. Pleisse responded to the 25000 block of Phillip Thomas Lane in Mechanicsville, for a report of a subject in a vehicle parked on the shoulder of the roadway. Deputy Pleisse made contact with the suspect, Thaddeus X. Crawley Geneus, age 20, of Mechanicsville, who appeared to be sleeping in the driver’s seat with the vehicle running and keys in the ignition. Geneus eventually woke, and a field sobriety test was performed. During a search of his vehicle, the deputy recovered parapherphernalia consistent with marijuana use.  Geneus was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. During a search at the detention center, correctional officers located marijuana in the suspect’s socks.  He was charged with Possession with Intent to Use Drug Paraphernalia: Marijuana, Possession of a Control Dangerous Substance while in a place of Confinement. CASE# 55394-15



Thaddeus X. Crawley-Geneus

On September 18, 2015, Deputy S. Tirpak responded to the 45000 block of Miramar Way (Wal-Mart) in California, for a reported theft. Upon arrival, contact was made with a store employee who identified the suspect, Daniel A. Alioto, Jr., age 23, of Great Mills. Alioto attempted to leave the store without paying for merchandise. He was arrested and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center, where he was charged with Theft less Than $1000. CASE# 55276-15



Daniel D. Alioto, Jr.



On September 21, 2015, Deputy D. Holdsworth responded to the 26000 block of North Sandgates Road in Mechanicsville, for a reported disturbance. The victim alleged the suspect, Joseph M. Bowles, age 29, of Hollywood, cut the victim’s hand during an argument. The victim displayed injuries consistent with the allegations. Bowles was placed under arrest, and a search of the suspect revealed pills consistent with the Schedule II Narcotic: Vicodin. Bowles was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with First Degree Assault, Possessing a Controlled Dangerous Substance: Schedule II, and Openly Carrying a Weapon with the Purpose of Causing Injury. CASE# 55850-15


Joseph M. Bowles


On September 22, Deputy G. Mushchette responded to the 21000 block of Indian Bridge Road in California, for the report of a violation of peace order. The victim alleged the suspect, Kimberly B. Bowles, age 41, of California, yelled at the victim from her front step. Bowles was arrested and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. She was charged with Violation of Peace Order. CASE# 56015-15
Kimberly B. Bowles 


On September 22, 2015, Deputy D. Holdsworth responded to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center, for a reported assault. The victim alleged the suspect, Kyle W. Jones, age 22, of St. Inigoes assaulted the victim on the arm with a bar of soap in a sock. The suspect displayed injuries consistent with the allegations. Jones was charged with Second Degree Assault. CASE# 55886-15

Kyle W. Jones

 














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