Thursday, August 29, 2019

Assault in California Under Investigation


On August 28, 2019, deputies from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 23400 block of Three Notch Road in California, for the reported assault.  Preliminary investigation determined two individuals were walking from the Wildewood Shopping Center, when they were confronted by numerous subjects, who are known to the individuals.  A physical altercation ensued between the parties which resulted in one female, age 19, sustaining a laceration to her back.  A second female sustained facial injuries from the altercation. One subject was transported to MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital for treatment, and the second injured individual who sustained the laceration was ground transported to an area trauma center for treatment of minor injuries.

The investigation is still ongoing and is pending a review with the Office of the State’s Attorney for St. Mary’s County.  Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact Detective Brian Fennessey at (301) 475-4200 extension *8103, or by email at Brian.Fennessey@stmarysmd.com.

Citizens may remain anonymous and contact Crime Solvers at (301) 475-3333, or text a tip to “TIP239” plus their message to “CRIMES” (274637).  Through the Crime Solvers Program tipsters are eligible for an award of up to $1,000 for information about a crime in St. Mary’s County that leads to an arrest or indictment.

For official news and information, follow the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office on Twitter @firstsheriff.





Sheriff Cameron Meets with Seniors in Charlotte Hall


St. Mary's County Sheriff Tim Cameron met with several residents on Thursday at a Coffee with the Sheriff event held at the Northern Senior Activity Center in Charlotte Hall where he answered numerous questions and concerns.

The Sheriff provided an update on the ongoing animal cruelty investigation where two black lab dogs were found decapitated on a rural road in July in Mechanicsville. The St. Mary's County Crime Solvers is currently offering a $10,000 reward toward the arrest or indictment of the perpetrator. Information can be provided anonymously to Crime Solvers by calling 301-475-3333.

"We're still pursuing this case the best we can. It's not a case that we're going to let go," Sheriff Cameron told the group. "It's scary to me that someone could do that to an animal. Cutting the heads off, that's truly psychopathic."

The Sheriff also took questions about opioid abuse, new Sheriff's Office substations that are to be opened in the near future in Charlotte Hall and in Lexington Park and listened to concerns about speeding on local roads in Charlotte Hall and Mechanicsville.




Vice Narcotics Arrest in Great Mills





In April of 2019, members of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Vice Narcotics Division began an investigation into John Otha Dickens Jr., age 30 of Great Mills, distributing various controlled dangerous substances. On August 27, 2019, a search and seizure warrant was executed at Dickens’ residence in Great Mills. Dickens was found to be in possession of a quantity of cocaine and additional evidence related to the distribution of controlled dangerous substances.

Dickens was arrested and charged with CDS: Possession-Not Marijuana.  Additional charges are pending review with the Office of the State’s Attorney for St. Mary’s County.



John Otha Dickens Jr. 

Fatal Motorcycle Collision in Charlotte Hall Under Investigation


On August 28, 2019, at approximately 10:00 p.m. deputies from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 37000 block of Golden Beach Road in Charlotte Hall, for the reported single vehicle collision involving a motorcycle.  The operator of the motorcycle, later identified as Samuel Brent Talton, age 24 of Mechanicsville, was located at the scene with incapacitating injuries.  The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Collision Reconstruction Unit responded to the scene and continued the investigation.

Preliminary investigation determined a 2005 Suzuki GSX 1300R motorcycle operated by Talton, was attempting to perform stunts when the operator lost control of the motorcycle and struck a concrete pole. Talton succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced deceased on scene. Alcohol is not believed to be a factor in the collision.

Anyone who witnessed the collision or events leading to the collision that has not already provided a statement, is asked to contact Deputy Shawn Shelko at (301) 475-4200 extension *8147 or by email at Shawn.Shelko@stmarysmd.com.

For official news and information, follow the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office on Twitter @firstsheriff.




Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Sobriety Checkpoints to be Conducted Over Labor Day Weekend


The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office, with the assistance of the Maryland State Police and the Maryland State Highway Administration, will be conducting two roadside sobriety checkpoints on two nights over the Labor Day weekend.

A sobriety checkpoint will be conducted on Route 235 on Friday evening in the Lexington Park area, followed by another checkpoint on Saturday evening in the same area.

At the checkpoints, law enforcement officers will evaluate drivers for signs of alcohol or drug impairment. Drivers will also be checked for other traffic infractions.

The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office recognizes that roadside sobriety checkpoints are highly visible and efficient tools used in efforts to combat impaired driving. Advance notification of sobriety checkpoints gives motorists the opportunity to make better decisions by preventing and deterring impaired driving in the first place. Advance notifications are also required by law for the validity of a sobriety checkpoint.

Sheriff Tim Cameron asks that everyone drive safely and sober, no matter what the occasion.

On View Arrests/Warrants/Criminal Citations/Juvenile Arrests

On View Arrests:

Drug Arrest-  On August 20, 2019, DFC. Holdsworth observed Mark Allen Nalborczyk, age 31 of Charlotte Hall, in the area of the Farmer's Market in Charlotte Hall.  DFC. Holdsworth recognized Nalborczyk, and knew of several outstanding warrants for Burglary, Assault and CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia.  Nalborczyk was taken into custody and located on his person was a burnt spoon containing a white powdery substance (suspected Heroin), and several syringes.  Nalborczyk was served his outstanding warrants and also charged with CDS: Possession-Not Marijuana and CDS: Possession-Paraphernalia.  CASE# 47411-19
Mark Allen Nalborczyk

Drug Arrest/Theft-  On August 21, 2019, DFC. Holdsworth observed a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot in the 30000 block of Three Notch Road in Charlotte Hall.  A check of the owner's information, Eric Alan Jett, age 35 of Mechanicsville, indicated outstanding warrants for Trespassing, Burglary, Theft, and Indecent Exposure.  When Jett was taken into custody, he had food items from the Charlotte Hall Wawa on his person that he had not purchased.  Jett was issued a Criminal Citation for Theft and served his outstanding warrants. CASE# 47599-19
Eric Alan Jett

Motor Vehicle Theft-  On August 20, 2019, Dep. M. Beyer responded to the 18000 block of Cherryfield Road in Drayden, for the reported motor vehicle theft.  Investigation determined Edward Thomas Johnston, age 48 of Drayden, refused to return the victim's vehicle after he borrowed the vehicle. Johnston was located, and he still had control of the victim's vehicle.  Johnston was arrested and charged with Motor Vehicle/Unlawful Taking and Theft.  CASE# 47556-19
Edward Thomas Johnston 

Assault-  On August 20, 2019, Dep. Edelen responded to the St. Mary's County Detention and Rehabilitation Center located in Leonardtown, for the reported assault.  Investigation determined Trevis Lemar Butler, age 37 of Mechanicsville, assaulted the victim, causing injury to the victim.  Butler was charged with Assault 2nd Degree.  CASE# 47443-19
Trevis Lemar Butler

Assault-  On August 21, 2019, DFC. McCuen responded to the 25100 block of Timber Lane in Hollywood, for the reported assault.  Investigation determined Bradley Arnold Anderson III, age 19 of Hollywood, assaulted the victim on two separate occasions, causing visible injury.  Anderson was arrested and charged with two counts of Assault 2nd Degree.  CASE# 47655-19
Bradley Arnold Anderson III

Disorderly Conduct-  On August 23, 2019, DFC. Molitor responded to the Circuit Court House located in the 41600 block of Leonardtown, for the reported disturbance.  Prior to arrival of DFC. Molitor, the individual,  Corrina Lyevette Savoy, age 24 of Lexington Park, was detained by court security.  Investigation determined Savoy was standing in front of the courthouse doors, impeding pedestrian movement; Savoy refused to move and began causing a disturbance.  Savoy was arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct.  CASE# 48126-19
Corrina Lyevette Savoy


Warrants:

08/22/19-  Stefan Decell Miles, age 24 of Lexington Park- Malicious Destruction of Property by Dep. Schell# 359.  CASE# 47948-19
Stefan Decell Miles 


08/22/19- Heather Nicole Hugel, age 29 of Aquasco- FTA/CDS: Possession-Paraphernalia by DFC. McCuen# 291.  CASE# 47909-19
Heather Nicole Hugel

08/23/19- Barbara Ann Trossbach, age 58 of California- Assault 2nd Degree by Dep. Burgess# 355.  CASE# 22996-19
Barbara Ann Trossbach

08/23/19- Melissa Marie Boswell, age 35 of Hollywood- Theft by DFC. Holdsworth# 305.  CASE# 48203-19
Melissa Marie Boswell

08/23/19- Deshawn Anthony Carey, age 30 with no fixed address- Assault 1st Degree, Assault 2nd Degree, Firearm Use/Felony, Violation of Probation, and Driving/Attempting to Drive Motor Vehicle by Cpl. Teague# 249.  CASE# 34997-19
Deshawn Anthony Carey


08/26/19-  John Frederick Vance, age 55 of La Plata- Indecent Exposure by Dep. Lawrence# 279.  CASE# 48828-19
John Frederick Vance

08/26/19-  Richard Alvin Nolan III, age 31 of Lusby- Escape 2nd Degree-Condition of Release by Cpl. Steinbach# 268.  CASE# 48723-19
Richard Alvin Nolan III

Criminal Citations:

08/19/19-  Donald Earl Walker, age 32 of Aquasco- Trespass Private Property by Cpl. Hartzell# 97.  CASE# 47243-19
Donald Earl Walker 

08/22/19-  Heather Nicole Hugel, age 29 of Aquasco- Theft by DFC. McCuen# 291.  CASE# 47909-19
Heather Nicole Hugel

08/22/19-  Michael Tyree Mitchell, age 36 of Lexington Park- Theft by Cpl. Beishline# 252.  CASE# 47641-19 (No Photograph Available)


Juvenile Arrests:

08/14/19-  Juvenile female, age 12 of Lexington Park- Theft by Dep. Edwards# 335.  CASE# 46336-19

08/14/19-  Two Juvenile females, age 13 of Lexington Park- Theft by Dep. Edwards# 335.  CASE# 46336-19

08/24/19-  Juvenile male, age 15 of Mechanicsville- Assault 2nd Degree by Dep. M. Beyer# 319.  CASE# 48425-19

08/25/19-  Juvenile male, age 16 of Mechanicsville- Assault 2nd Degree by Cpl. LeFave# 264.  CASE# 48628-19


Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Suspicious Incident Suspect Identified

Sept. 4, 2019 update: The suspect has been identified. 

The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the identity of the person pictured in a suspicious incident. On Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019 at 3 pm, the suspect entered the St. Mary’s Gas Station in Clements and began filming the inside of the business with a cellphone. He then made unusual and suspicious comments. Anyone with information about the identity of this person or this incident is asked to call Cpl. Rozier Steinbach at 301-475-4200, ext. *8055 or email rozier.steinbach@stmarysmd.com. Case # 47707-19


Traffic Tip Tuesdays: Stopping for School Buses

Parochial schools in St. Mary's County reopened for classes today, Aug. 27, 2019. Public schools reopen to students on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019. School buses are back on the roads in St. Mary's County so be prepared to stop for them.

From the Maryland Drivers Manual:

"Drivers are to stop for school vehicles.

If a vehicle has stopped on a roadway and is operating the alternately flashing red lights, the driver of any vehicle following or approaching the school vehicle shall:

-Stop at least 20 feet from the rear of the school vehicle, if approaching the school vehicle from its rear; or

-At least 20 feet from the front of the school vehicle, if approaching the school vehicle from its front.

The driver of any vehicle following or approaching the school vehicle may not proceed until the school vehicle resumes motion or the alternately flashing red lights are deactivated. This does not apply to the driver of a vehicle on a physically divided highway."

Drivers who run past a stopped school bus with its stop sign or red lights activated face a fine of $570 or three points on a driver’s license.



Monday, August 26, 2019

Sheriff's Deputies and Students Heading Back to School

Sheriff Tim Cameron greets a student on the first day of school in 2018 at Banneker Elementary School 
Sheriff Tim Cameron and the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office are pleased to announce that for the first time there will be a dedicated School Resource Officer at each of the public middle and high schools in St. Mary’s.

The Sheriff’s Office has seven School Resource Officers in place for the 2019-2020 school year, at Chopticon High School, Great Mills High School, Leonardtown High School, Esperanza Middle School, Leonardtown Middle School, Margaret Brent Middle School and Spring Ridge Middle School.

The first day of classes for St. Mary’s County Public Schools is Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019. Parochial schools open to students on Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2019.

There will be increased patrols around both public and private schools in St. Mary’s County on the first day of classes. Sheriff Cameron and deputies will be at each public school on Sept. 3 for the first day of classes to ensure safety and security.

“I would like teachers, students and parents to be assured that their school campuses will be safe when the doors open on the first day,” Sheriff Cameron said, “so that educators can get back to doing what they do best: Fostering a learning environment for children.”

“I am especially pleased that our office has a dedicated School Resource Officer this year for each public high school and each public middle school in St. Mary’s County,” the Sheriff said. “School Resource Officers not only provide for a law-enforcement presence, but are also positive influences on students each school day.”

Drivers in St. Mary’s County also need to be aware that school buses will be back on the roads and there will be increased patrol enforcement.

Drivers must stop for school buses when their red flashing lights and stop signs are activated and deployed.

Failure to do so puts children in danger and the penalties are stiff. Drivers who run past a stopped school bus with its stop sign activated face a fine of $570 or three points on a driver’s license.

“With the start of the new school year, give yourself some extra time in your morning commutes,” Capt. Steve Hall, Special Operations Division Commander, said. “There is absolutely no valid reason to run past a stopped school bus picking up or dropping off children. Just don’t do it. Our deputies will be watching.”

Throughout the school year, parents are also encouraged to ensure that their children do not bring any contraband items to school.


Friday, August 23, 2019

Identity Needed for Theft Suspect

The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the identity of the person pictured for theft. On Friday, July 19, 2019 at 5:35 a.m., the suspect went behind the counter of the Sheetz convenience store in California, took four cartons of cigarettes and ran out of the store into an awaiting vehicle. The car was described as a gold-colored Toyota Camry with Maryland tags with the last four numbers of 4745.

Anyone with information about the identity of the suspect or this incident is asked to call Cpl. Sheena Tirpak at 301-475-4200, ext. *8051 or email sheena.tirpak@stmarysmd.com. Case # 41316-19











On View Arrests/Criminal Citations

On View Arrests:

Assault-  On August 14, 2019, Dep. T. Snyder responded to the 45000 block of Elkton Lane in California for the reported assault.  Investigation determined Kelli Margaret Guiterrez, age 20 of California, bit the victim's arm during an argument.  Guiterrez was arrested and charged with Assault 2nd Degree.  CASE# 46331-19
Kelli Margaret Guiterrez

Theft-  On August 15, 2019, Cpl. Graves responded to the 23400 block of Three Notch Road in California, for the reported theft.  Investigation determined Marvin Lawrence Swart Jr., age 57 with no fixed address, entered the establishment and ordered alcoholic beverages and a meal.  Swart did not pay his bill, and when taken into custody a prescription bottle with no label containing prescription pills was located on Swart.  Swart was unable to produce a prescription for the medication and was charged with Theft, and Remove Prescription Label. CASE# 46556-19
Marvin Lawrence Swart Jr. 

Assault/Property Destruction-  On August 16, 2019, Dep. Burgess responded to the 21800 block of Three Notch Road in Lexington Park, for the reported disturbance.  Investigation determined Tykane Shiheim Briscoe, age 24 with no fixed address, became upset at a gathering and began repeatedly kicking a door, damaging the door and doorframe.  Briscoe threw a chair, which struck a wall, damaging the wall. Briscoe was located and also had an outstanding warrant for Assault 2nd Degree.  Briscoe was arrested and charged with Malicious Destruction of Property and served the outstanding warrant for Assault.  CASE# 46580-19
Tykanne Shiheim Briscoe 

Possession of a Firearm/Disqualified-  On August 17, 2019, Dep. Rycyzyn responded to the the 28200 block of Mechanicsville Road in Mechanicsville for the reported threats.  Through the course of the investigation an unloaded shotgun was located at Christopher Shannon Bridgett's, age 20 of Mechanicsville residence.  Bridgett is prohibited by law from possessing any firearm.  Bridgett was arrested and charged with Rifle/Shotgun Possession-Disqualified Individual.  CASE# 46950-19
Christopher Shannon Bridgett

Violation of Protective Order-  On August 17, 2019, Cpl. Handy responded to the 46500 block of Valley Court in Lexington Park, for the reported disturbance.  Investigation determined Kathryne Linsee Nguyen, age 19 of Lexington Park, was at the victim's residence which was prohibited by a valid court order which states Nguyen is to have no contact with the victim.  Nguyen was arrested and charged with Violation of Protective Order.  CASE# 46854-19
Kathryne Linsee Nguyen 

Assault/Indecent Exposure-  On August 17, 2019, Cpl. Kerby responded to the St. Mary's County Detention and Rehabilitation Center for the reported assault.  Investigation determined Monroe Maurice Gantt, age 52 of Lexington Park, assaulted the victim, and then proceeded to expose himself to the victim while the two were at indoor recreation.  Gantt was charged with Assault 2nd Degree and Indecent Exposure.  CASE# 46929-19
Monroe Maurice Gantt

Assault/Assault Law Enforcement Officer-  On August 17, 2019 Cpl. Beishline responded to the 21300 block of Lookout Drive in Lexington Park, for the reported assault.  Investigation determined Shannon Oneal Wills, age 41 of Lexington Park, assaulted the victim causing numerous injuries and bruises on most of the victim's body, as well bruising to the victim's neck.  Wills was taken into custody at which time he kicked two deputies several times while being placed under arrest and being escorted to Cpl. Beishline's vehicle. Wills was arrested and charged with two counts of Assault 1st Degree, two counts of Assault 2nd Degree, and two counts of Assault 2nd Degree-Law Enforcement Officer.  CASE# 46924-19
Shannon Oneal Wills 


Disorderly Conduct/Property Destruction-  On August 18, 2019, Dep. Wimberly responded to the 46900 block of Fox Chase Drive in Lexington Park, for the reported disturbance.  Investigation determined Quinton Marquis Remied, age 23 of Callaway, broke the window to the victim's vehicle, as well as several windows to the victim's residence. During the incident, Remied disturbed numerous individuals  and several residents came outside to see what the commotion was.  Remied was arrested and charged with Malicious Destruction of Property and Disorderly Conduct. CASE# 47172-19
Quinton Marquis Remied 



Criminal Citations:

08/15/19-  Keon William Sanders, age 30 of Lexington Park- Trespassing Private Property by Cpl. T. Snyder# 225.  CASE# 46449-19 (No Photograph Available)

08/17/19-  Efrain NMN Serrano, age 36 of Clinton-  Possession of Open Container by Dep. Raley# 345.  CASE# 46913-19 (No Photograph Available)

08/17/19- Dimas Marin Castro, age 35 of Brandywine- Possession of Open Container by Dep. Raley# 345.  CASE# 46913-19 (No Photograph Available)

08/17/19- Daniel Dubon Morales, age 43 of New Jersey- Possession of Open Container by Dep. Wynnyk# 351.  CASE# 46913-19 (No Photograph Available)




UPDATE: Bank Robbery Arrest


August 23, 2019 UPDATE: Information obtained during the investigation led to Corey Scott Angstadt, age 51 of California, being identified as the individual responsible for the robbery of the SunTrust Bank located on First Colony Way in California.  On August 22, 2019, Angstadt was charged with the following:

Armed Robbery
Robbery
Assault First Degree (Two Counts)
Assault Second Degree (Two Counts)
Theft
Firearm Use/Violent Crime
Handgun on Person

Corey Scott Angstadt is currently incarcerated at the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center on a no bond status.

August 19, 2019 UPDATE: The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on the individual pictured.  On August 2, 2019, the suspect entered the SunTrust Bank located on First Colony Way in California, and indicated he had a weapon. The suspect demanded money and fled the bank with an undisclosed amount of U.S. Currency.

Anyone with information on the identity of the suspect is asked to contact Detective Austin Schultz at (301) 475-4200 extension *1953 or by email at Austin.Schultz@stmarysmd.com.

On August 2, 2019, at approximately 3:29 p.m. deputies from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office responded to a duress alarm at the SunTrust Bank located on First Colony Way in California. Preliminary investigation determined an unknown male wearing a dark jacket or hooded sweatshirt, entered the bank, indicated he had a weapon and demanded money.  The suspect was last seen fleeing on foot towards the Target store.  Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Division responded to the scene and continued the investigation. 

Anyone who may have witnessed an individual on foot during the time frame of the robbery, wearing a dark jacket or hooded sweatshirt is asked to contact Detective Austin Schultz at (301) 475-4200 extension *1953 or by email at Austin.Schultz@stmarysmd.com. Citizens may remain anonymous and contact Crime Solvers at (301) 475-3333, or text a tip to “TIP239” plus their message to “CRIMES” (274637). Through the Crime Solvers Program tipsters are eligible for an award of up to $1,000 for information about a crime in St. Mary’s County that leads to an arrest or indictment. 
                                         
For official news and information, follow the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office on Twitter @firstsheriff.

Corey Scott Angstadt 




$10,000 Reward in Animal Cruelty Case

Aug. 23, 2019 update: The St. Mary’s County Crime Solvers has received $10,000 in donations toward the reward for information and resolution of an animal cruelty case last month in Mechanicsville. The St. Mary’s County Crime Solvers Board of Directors thank the community for their generous donations to aid in the resolution of this heinous case.

Information can be forwarded to Detective Edward Vogt at 301-475-4200, ext. *8145 or email edward.vogt@stmarysmd.com.


Aug. 1, 2019 press release: The St. Mary’s County Crime Solvers Board is seeking donations from the public to increase the reward for information leading to the arrest or indictment of the person or persons responsible for a recent animal cruelty case.

On July 14, 2019, two beheaded black lab dogs were found off of Parlett Morgan Road in Mechanicsville. The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office’s Criminal Investigations Division is actively investigating the incident and Sheriff Tim Cameron said he wants this horrific case solved.

Donations for this specific investigation and in general can be sent to:

St. Mary’s County Crime Solvers, Inc.

PO Box 221

Mechanicsville, MD 20659

St. Mary’s County Crime Solvers is a non-profit organization run by volunteers which assists the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office in helping to solve crimes committed in St. Mary’s County.

St. Mary’s County Crime Solvers is not funded by any government entity; it is funded solely by fundraisers and contributions.

Tips can anonymously be made by calling 301-475-3333 or by texting a tip to “TIP239” plus their message to “CRIMES” (274637).

For official news and information, follow the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office on Twitter @firstsheriff

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Warrants Served

Warrants:

08/14/19- Eric Tyler Ward, age 30 of California- two counts of CDS: Possession-Cocaine, and CDS: Conspiracy to Distribute-Cocaine by Cpl. Handy# 132.  CASE# 56780-18
Eric Tyler Ward 

08/16/19-  David Dawayne Gatlin, age 23 of Cheltenham, Possession of Firearm with Disqualifying Crime, Possession of Firearm with a Crime of Violence, Possession of Firearm with a CDS Distribution Conviction, Possession of Firearm with Narcotics Traffic Conviction, two counts of Firearm Drug Traffic Crime, CDS: Possession with Intent to Distribute Heroin, Cocaine, and Cocaine Base. by Dep. Raley# 345.  CASE# 46671-19
David Dawayne Gatlin

08/16/19-  Thomas Sebastian Gough, age 19 of Lexington Park- 2 counts of Possession of Firearm with a Crime of Violence/Felony Conviction, Possession of Firearm/Minor, two counts of Handgun in Vehicle, CDS: Possession-Cocaine, and CDS: Possession-Heroin by Dep. Raley# 345.  CASE# 46684-19
Thomas Sebastian Gough

08/16/19- Mitchell William Donnelly, age 25 of Severn- Assault 1st Degree, Disarm Law Enforcement Officer, Assault 2nd Degree, and Resisting Arrest by Dep. Raley# 345.  CASE# 46633-19
Mitchell William Donnelly

08/16/19- Donna Marie Warring, age 51 of Mechanicsville- FTA/Theft by Dep. Fretwell# 348.  CASE# 46723-19
Donna Marie Warring

08/16/19-  Tiffany Rose Tucker, age 20 with no fixed address-Sex Offense 4th Degree by Dep. Henry# 333.  CASE# 25360-19
Tiffany Rose Tucker

08/17/19- Raine Courtney Eldridge, age 23 of Lexington Park- FTA/Theft by Cpl. Worrey# 152.  CASE# 46687-19
Raine Courtney Eldridge

08/18/19-  Parrish Lowell Thompson, age 24 of Charlotte Hall- Driving Vehicle While Impaired  by Alcohol by Cpl. Kerby# 242.  CASE# 47144-19
Parrish Lowell Thompson

08/18/19-  David Eric Strain, age 32 of California- Armed Robbery, Assault 1st Degree, Firearm Use/Felony Violent Crime, and Assault 2nd Degree by DFC. Ball# 315.  CASE# 46251-19
David Eric Strain

08/19/19-  Timothy Dwayne Holloway, age 33 of Landover- Motor Vehicle/Unlawful Taking and Theft by Dep. Bowling# 327.  CASE# 11827-19
Timothy Dwayne Holloway

08/19/19-  Paul Daniel Panholzer, age 35 with no fixed address- Sex Offender Violation/Fail to Register, Assault 2nd Degree and Malicious Destruction of Property by Cpl. Graves# 201.  CASE# 37052-19
Paul Daniel Panholzer

08/19/19-  Richard Conrad Everson Jr., age 47 of Mechanicsville- Possession of Stolen Firearm, Regulated Firearm-Illegal Possession, Regulated Firearm-Unlawful Sale/Transfer by Cpl. LeFave# 264.  CASE# 47356-19
Richard Conrad Everson Jr. 

08/19/19-  Timothy Allen Dlouhy, age 54 of Lexington Park- Driving, Attempting to Drive Vehicle While Impaired by Alcohol by Cpl. Pesante# 153.  CASE# 47352-19
Timothy Allen Dlouhy

08/19/19-  Romaine Antonio Bailey, age 29 of Mechanicsville- Assault 1st Degree by Dep. Bowling# 327.  CASE# 33849-19
Romaine Antonio Bailey

08/20/19-  Michelle Catherine Miles, age 33 of St. Inigoes- Hit and Run Fatal Accident, Fail to Remain at Scene of Fatal Accident, Fail to Report Fatal Accident, Fail to Stop Fatal Accident, Driving Under the Influence, Driving While Impaired, and Driving While Impaired by Drugs and Alcohol by Dep. Beyer# 319.  CASE# 42742-19
Michelle Catherine Miles 

08/21/19-  Hannah Rose Whitman, age 20 of Lexington Park- Assault 1st & 2nd Degree by Dep. Shelko# 326.  CASE# 47502-19
Hannah Rose Whitman

08/22/19- Stacy Lynn Sboto, age 43 of Drayden- Motor Vehicle/Unlawful Taking, Theft, and two counts of Violation of Probation by Dep. Wimberly# 357.  CASE# 43971-19
Stacy Lynn Sboto