Incident Briefs, Arrests, Warrant Servces: St. Marys County

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INCIDENT BRIEFS 

3-5-14 FRAUD – A victim who resides in Chaptico, reported she attempted to file her state income taxes and discovered they had already been filed fraudulently and the refund had been issued. Case remains open. Case #12632-14

3-5-14 BURGLARY – A victim reported a burglary to her residence located in Mechanicsville. US Currency and other personal property were stolen. Case remains open and is being investigated by Corporal E. Johnson. Case #12669-14

3-5-14 FRAUD – A victim reported fraudulent charges made on her credit card after she lost it inside a convenience store in California, Maryland. Case remains open and is being investigated by Deputy Logue. Case #12690-14

3-6-14 DOMESTIC ASSAULT – Deputy Murphy responded to MEDSTAR St. Mary’s Hospital and made contact with a victim reporting an assault. The victim alleged the known suspect assaulted the victim with a knife at a residence in Kimberly Lane in Leonardtown. The victim was able to gain control of the knife and cause injury to the suspect ending the assault. The suspect was located and taken to the hospital as well. The suspect was later flown to an area hospital for treatment of non-life threatening stab wounds. Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Division assumed the investigation. Additional details will be released as they are developed. Case #12829-14

WARRANT SERVICES 

Jerome Anthony Hicks, 45, of Loveville, MD 3-3-14 Bad Check by Corporal Smolarsky

Sir Patrick Dwight Evans, 28, of California, MD 3-5-14 failure to appear in court by Deputy Kerns

Latoya Nacole Woodland, 26, of Lexington Park, MD 3-3-14 failure to appear in court by Corporal Smolarsky

Kristi Amber Downey, 35, of Leonardtown, MD 3-4-14 failure to appear in court by Corporal Corcoran

James Michael Burch, 39, of Mechanicsville, MD 3-5-14 failure to appear in court by Deputy Cole

Richard Conrad Everson Jr., 43, of Mechanicsville, MD 3-6-14 failure to appear in court by Deputy Cole

Darious Anthony Jones, 21, of Leonardtown, MD 3-4-14 Possession of Forged Currency by Deputy Roszell

Elizabeth Hope Wright, 32, of Loveville, MD 3-5-14 6 counts – forgery private documents, Theft $1000 to $10,000, Theft Under $1000, Theft Under $100, Theft Scheme $1000 to $10,000 by Deputy Kerns

Ashley Rose Dean, 26, of no fixed address 3-4-14 Theft Under $1000 by DFC Vezzosi

Krystal Nicole Phares, 26, of Lexington Park, MD 3-1-14 failure to appear in court by Deputy Lance

Melissa Ann Ford, 37, of Lexington Park, MD 3-2-14 Contempt of court by Deputy Fennessey

Ericka Kathrynn Hillegass, 38, of Valley Lee, MD 2-28-14 failure to appear in court by Corporal Kirkner

ARRESTS

DOMESTIC ASSAULT – On March 5, 2014, Deputy Flerlage met with a victim at Sheriff’s Office Headquarters in reference to an assault, which occurred the night before. The victim alleged suspect Ashley Marie Moore, 30, of Lexington Park, became angry over a phone call the victim received. Moore scratched and bit the victim before being restrained by other people in the residence. Deputy Flerlage observed evidence of injury on the victim. He located Moore and placed her under arrest. Moore was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with 2nd Degree Assault. 

TRESPASSING – On March 5, 2014, Deputy Cole responded to the Dew Drop Inn located in Hollywood for a reported trespassing complaint. The owner of the bar had repeatedly told suspect Jennifer Elaine Morgan, 42, of Lexington Park, to leave. Morgan appeared to be extremely intoxicated and was disturbing other customers. Deputy Cole asked Morgan to leave and she refused. Morgan was charged with Trespass: Private Property by Criminal Citation.

THEFT – On March 5, 2014, Deputy First Class Rogers responded to the Walmart in California for a theft. Loss Prevention personnel watched suspect Dana Ann Proctor, 46, of Lexington Park place unpaid for items in shopping bags at the self-checkout then leave the store. Proctor was charged with Theft Under $1,000 by Criminal Citation.

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