CALIFORNIA, MD. – Ashley couldn’t hold her booze too well, apparently, when she came home from drinking, St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports she entertained her family by barricading herself in her bedroom and attempting to set her bed afire. It could be that Ashley simply likes her bed HOT.
Police report that on January 15, 2015, Deputy Schultz responded to a residence on Colderall Court in California, for disturbance. The victims alleged their daughter Ashley Renee Harvey, age 20, of California, and came home intoxicated, which caused an argument.
Harvey eventually went upstairs to her bedroom. A short time later, the victims heard loud banging noises coming from upstairs. As they went upstairs to investigate, Harvey threw items out of her bedroom.
Deputy Schultz attempted to contact Harvey, however she barricaded herself in the bedroom. She threatened to set the room on fire if Deputy Schultz came in.
Deputies made entry into the bedroom as Harvey was attempting to set the mattress on fire with a lighter. Harvey resisted arrest and was placed in handcuffs after a brief struggle. Harvey was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with 1st Degree Arson, Threat of Arson, Property Destruction, and Resisting Arrest.
She’ll fight to keep her marriage together
LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – What woman wouldn’t fight to keep her husband from running off with some hussy?
Police say that on January 21, 2015, Deputy D. Smith responded to a residence located on Cambridge Avenue in Lexington Park, for a reported assault. The victim alleged suspect Audrey Madison Watson, age 36, of Lexington Park, was upset over divorce proceedings and an argument ensued. Watson struck the victim in the face during the argument. Deputy Smith observed fresh injuries on the victim’s face. Watson was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. She was charged with 2nd Degree Assault.
Parlor Game Ends With Head Injury
GREAT MILLS, MD. – Next time they might want to simply play dominos, or order from Dominoes…or play musical chairs.
St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on January 23, 2015, Deputy L. Johnson responded to a residence located in the 21000 block of Chancellor’s Run Road in Great Mills, for a reported assault. On arrival, Deputy Johnson observed the victim on the floor with a bleeding head injury. The victim was transported to the MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital by ambulance for treatment. Witnesses indicated suspect Sean Aaron McCampbell, age 35, of Lexington Park, and the victim were arguing when McCampbell pushed the victim out of a chair. The victim’s head struck the floor causing the injury. McCampbell, who fled prior to the arrival of deputies, was located a short time later and placed under arrest. He was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with 2nd Degree Assault.
Big Mouth? Marco Morris Fenwick won an all-expense paid trip to the Hotel St. Mary’s
LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – When a suspected drunk driver was being given the roadside test, his passenger allegedly decided to provide inspirational entertainment to the scene and began to put his motor-mouth in high gear.
Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on January 24, 2015, Deputy J. Wilson responded to Willows Road to assist another deputy who had conducted a vehicle stop and was attempting to administer field sobriety tests on the driver.
The passenger identified as Marco Morris Fenwick, age 23, of Lexington Park, began to curse loudly at deputies and refused to calm down. After several requests for Fenwick to stop he was placed under arrest. A partially smoked cigarette containing suspected marijuana was found in his coat pocket. Numerous items of paraphernalia were located throughout the vehicle. Fenwick was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged Obstruction/Hindering and Possession Paraphernalia.
Missing tools, firewater and a knife
GOLDEN BEACH, MD. – That’s all it takes for a good story to develop out of Golden Beach.
Police say that on January 27, 2015 at 5:16 PM, Corporal J. Somerville responded to a residence in the 39000 block of Golden Beach Road in Mechanicsville, for a reported assault. The victim alleged him and his brother Joseph Allen Woodland, age 52, of Mechanicsville, and began to argue over missing tools. Both had been consuming alcohol. The argument escalated when Woodland grabbed the victim around the neck with one hand and began swinging a kitchen knife with the other. Woodland subsequently forced the victim between two pieces of furniture and cut the victim with the knife on the side of his back. The victim was able to grab a pole to hold Woodland back and call 9 1 1. The victim refused medical treatment. Woodland was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 1st and 2nd Degree Assault.
Crabs walk out of McKay’s; Clayton rides to slammer
LEONARDTOWN, MD. – A homeless man evidently had a way to fix up crabcakes at his hobo camp, as he allegedly took a hike out of McKay’s with a couple of cans of crabmeat in his coat pockets without paying for them.
Police report that on January 13, 2015, Corporal Smolarsky responded to the McKay’s Food Store located in Leonardtown, for a reported theft. Store management allegedly observed suspect John Solomon Clayton, age 64, of no fixed address, place several containers of crab meat in his coat pockets and leave the store. The manager confronted Clayton and called police. Clayton was charged with Theft Under $100.00 by criminal citation.