Disorderly Conduct and Failure to Obey a Lawful Order
On July 16, 2013, Deputy Timothy Wesner responded to a residence on Castaway Circle in Lexington Park, Maryland, for a disturbance. Deputy Wesner made contact with Rashaunda Davenna Dyson, 26 of Lexington Park, Maryland. Dyson and the victim were actively engaged in a verbal dispute. The victim was removing personal items from the residence as Dyson was yelling vulgar statements out of the window in the residence. Dyson’s actions caused community members to exit their homes to locate the disturbance. Dyson then began to verbally attack those watching, almost inciting an altercation. Deputy Wesner ordered Dyson to cease her actions, but she refused. Dyson was arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct and Failure to Obey a Lawful Order.
Theft Less $100 and Theft Less $1,000
On July 16, 2013, Deputy David Lawrence responded to Subway in California, Maryland for a Theft. Deputy Lawrence made contact with an employee of Subway who advised, Brandon Jay Locke, 23 with no fixed address, entered the business on July 15, 2013, ordered food. Once at the register Locke took his sandwich and exited the business without paying. On July 16, 2013, Locke attempted to do the same thing. Deputy Lawrence interviewed Locke who indicated he was transient and showed Deputy Lawrence where he was living. It was then Deputy Lawrence recovered several items in a shopping cart that had been stolen from Wal-mart. Those items were returned to Wal-mart and Locke was arrested and charged with Theft less $100 and Theft less $1000.
Theft less $1,000
On July 17, 2013, Deputy Trevor Teague responded to Wal-mart in California, Maryland, for a theft. Deputy Teague made contact with Wal-mart Loss Prevention who advised Beth Suzanne Gannon, 26 of Mechanicsville, Maryland, filled a shopping cart with numerous items from the store. Gannon then exited the store passing all points of sale, without paying for the items. Gannon was arrested and charged with Theft less $1,000.
Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance
On July 16, 2013, Deputy Anthony Cole responded to the Hilton Drive area in an attempt to locate a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot. Deputy Cole located the vehicle and made contact with the sole occupant, Wilfranc nmn Casseus, 26 of California, Maryland. Upon contact, Deputy Cole immediately detected and observed indicators of suspected drug activity. A search of Casseus’s vehicle revealed a small plastic baggie containing suspected marijuana. Casseus was arrested and charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance.
2nd Degree Assault – 3 counts
On July 21, 2013, Deputies responded to a residence on Charles Cox Lane in Charlotte Hall, Maryland for an assault. Upon Deputies arrival, they met with an adult victim and two juvenile victims. Edward Lloyd Smith, 62 of Charlotte Hall, Maryland, was arguing with the adult victim. Smith became physical with the juvenile victims when they stood up for the other victim. Smith caused physical injury to all three victims as a result of the incident. Smith had fled the residence prior to Officers arrival, however was located a short time later. Smith was arrested and charged with three counts of Assault 2nd Degree. Corporal Shaun Carberry was the arresting Officer.
1st and 2nd Degree Assault
On July 22, 2013, Deputies responded to a residence on Iverson Drive in Great Mills, Maryland, for an assault in progress. Upon Deputies arrival they located three victims, two covered in blood. Investigation revealed one of the victim’s and Robert Lorenzo Brooks, 21, of Great Mills, Maryland, were involved in an argument over pet care. Brooks became mad and at the victim and pushed her to the ground. When another member of the household attempted to deescalate the situation Brooks became enraged. Brooks repeatedly assaulted the victims. The attacks stopped when one of the victim’s hit Brooks over the head with a heavy object. Deputy Trevor Teague observed numerous injuries to the victim’s and a head wound to Brooks. All parties injured were attended to by medical staff and released. Brooks was arrested and charged with two counts of 1st Degree Assault and three counts of 2nd Degree Assault. Deputy Teague was the arresting Officer.
Possession of a Firearm with a Felony Conviction
On July 22, 2013, Deputies responded to Loveville Tavern in Leonardtown, Maryland for the report of shots fired outside the establishment. Deputy Anthony Cole made contact with employees who advised William Thomas Douglas, 52 of Lexington Park, Maryland, was asked to leave the establishment earlier in the evening due to his behavior. At approximately 1:45 a.m. Douglas returned to the parking lot of the establishment. Douglas was observed by numerous witnesses, brandish a handgun and fire it into the air. Douglas fled the scene as the passenger in a motor vehicle. A short time later, Deputy David Potter located the suspect vehicle and Douglas inside as a passenger. A probable cause search was conducted and Deputy Potter located several live rounds and a handgun. Douglas has a prior felony conviction. Douglas was arrested and charged with Reckless Endangerment, Handgun in Vehicle, Handgun on Person, Possession of a handgun with a Felony Conviction, and Illegally Possess Firearm. Deputy Cole was the arresting Officer.
Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and Paraphernalia
On July 22, 2013, Deputy David Potter was assisting in the investigation of an incident at a local establishment. Suspect information was developed along with a description of the vehicle the suspect was in. Deputy Potter located the suspect vehicle in the area of Three Notch Road and Chancellors Run Road in Great Mills, Maryland. Deputy Potter made contact with the driver of the vehicle Laquan Ravelle Woodland, 23 of Lexington Park, Maryland. A probable cause search of the vehicle revealed a plastic baggie containing suspected marijuana. Woodland was arrested and charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and Paraphernalia.
Theft less $1,000
On July 21, 2013, Deputy Christopher Shomper responded to Wal-mart for a theft. Upon arrival, Deputy Shomper met with Wal-mart Loss Prevention, who advised James Raub Hall, 42 of Great Mills, Maryland, entered the business removed several items and exited the store, passing all points of sale without paying for those items. Hall was arrested and charged with Theft less $1,000.
Theft of Motor vehicle and Theft under $10,000
On July 19, 2013, Deputy David Lawerence responded to a residence on Kinnegad Drive, in Great Mills, Maryland, for a theft of a motor vehicle. The victim advised Andrew Desmond Chick, 23 of Mechanicsville, Maryland, is staying with her temporarily. When the victim woke around 7:00 a.m. she found a note indicating Chick had taken her vehicle, and would be right back. However, victim found cash and her cell phone had been taken too. Several hours passed and when Chick did not return the victim contacted the Sheriff’s Office. The victim indicated to Deputy Lawerence, that permission was never given to Chick to use her vehicle, take her money, or her cell phone. While Deputy Lawrence was on scene Chick returned with the vehicle. Chick was arrested and charged with Theft under $10,000 and Theft of Motor vehicle.
2nd Degree Assault, Theft less $100, and Destruction of Property
On July 21, 2013, Deputies responded to a residence on Foxglove Court, Lexington Park, Maryland, for an assault. Deputies met with the victim who advised he and Sidney Hilton Thompson, 19, of Lexington Park, Maryland, were arguing. The incident became physical with Thompson threw a cup of hot chocolate on the victim and then struck the victim in the face causing injury. Deputies observed damage inside the victim’s residence as a result of the incident. Thompson was arrested and charged with 2nd Degree Assault, Theft less $100, and Destruction of Property. Deputy Timothy Wesner was the arresting Officer.