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Combatants stake out jail cells in episode of Whacky Wild Women

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CALIFORNIA, MD. – There is nothing like a bunch of stake-wielding women attacking each other in a parking lot to wipe away the cobwebs of early morning coffee and gas customers at the Wawa. Their weapons of choice were wooden stakes, which begs the question, was their intent to drive the stakes into the hearts of their opponents before the sun rose in the east? That really is the best way to kill a vampire.

Maryland State Police report that on January 1, 2016 at 4:01 am, Tpr. Geyer and Tpr. Mulhearn responded to the Wawa located at Rt. 235 and Rt. 4 for a reported assault.  Upon arrival, Tpr. Geyer and Tpr Mulhearn located a group of individuals in the parking lot, including a female victim with a laceration to her forehead.  Investigation revealed that Vickie Lynn McCan, 51, of Lusby, had struck the victim in the head with a wooden stake.  McCan dropped the wooden stake on the ground, and Shantel Donnisha Randall, 18, of Chesapeake Beach, picked it up.  Randall began striking a second female victim in the face, head, and back with the wooden stake.   McCan and Randall were placed under arrest for Assault First Degree and Assault Second Degree.  They were transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and held pending a bond review with the District Court Commissioner

Thieving heathens of Chaptico struck again

CHAPTICO, MD. – On January 3, 2016, at 2:22 pm, Tpr. Artis responded to the 24000 block of Thorn Place in Chaptico for a reported theft.  The victim advised that his Inboard/Outboard Motor and battery were missing from his boat.  Case remains open pending further investigation (16-MSP-000347)

Undocumented shoplifters of St. Mary’s County Target Walmart

CALIFORNIA, MD.  – Police say that two women went on a shoplifting spree without paying for stuff. Police say that on January 5, 2016 at 7:57 pm, Tpr. Holson responded to the Wal-Mart for a reported theft.  Investigation revealed that Patricia Danielle Sweetney, 24, of Valley Lee, Md., and Shawna Joy Welch, 24, of Bushwood, Md., had placed merchandise in a bag and attempted to pass all points of sale.  Ms. Sweetney and Ms. Welch were charged with Theft Under $100 and issued Criminal Citations. 

Woman charged with beating man

St. INIGOES, MD. – According to the Maryland State Police on January 6, 2016 at 12:58 am, Tpr. Manning responded to the 17000 block of Jutland Drive in St. Inigoes for a reported disturbance. Investigation revealed that Shannon Johanna Dement, 34, of St. Inigoes had assaulted a male victim. Ms. Dement was placed under arrest for Assault Second Degree and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center.  She was held pending a bond review with the District Court Commissioner.

Kid Assaulted with Knife at Lexington Park Library

LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – They start early in a life of crime in Sin City.  Maryland State Police report that on January 6, 2016 at 7:58 pm, TFC Ruth responded to the Lexington Park Library for the report of an assault.  Police say that their investigation revealed that a male juvenile, 11, of Lexington Park, had pulled a pocket knife out of his pocket and pointed it towards a male juvenile victim.  The juvenile suspect was placed under arrest and charged with Second Degree Assault.  He was released to the custody of his mother.

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Gerrell Terrence Shingles, 24, of Mechanicsville, on 1/2/2016

Lyssa Rae Alvey, 23, of Waldorf, on 1/2/2016

Michael Andrew Dorsey, Jr., 25, of Lexington Park, on 1/4/2016

William Tyler Skansanuti Morris, 19, of Mechanicsville, on 1/6/2016

Alexander Wayne Pope, 21, of Mechanicsville, on 1/6/2016

Warrant Services

Diane Lynn Bissett, 43, of Lexington Park, served on 12/31/2015 for Violation of Probation

Gina Patricia Kennedy, 26, of Tall Timbers, served on 12/31/2015 for Violation of Probation and Failure to Appear in Court

Lorenzo S. Forbes, 30, of Charlotte Hall, served on 12/31/2015 for Failure to Pay a Deferred Payment

Keisha Lamay Holt, 29, of Leonardtown, served on 1/2/2016 for Assault Second Degree

Sherri Dinger Puttick, 47, of St. Inigoes, served on 1/3/2016 for Fraud Over $1,000

Amanda Jane Brown, 24, of Great Mills, served on 1/3/2016 for Violation of Probation

Donald Levi Warrick, Jr., 27, of California, served on 1/5/2016 for Armed Robbery

Charles E. Danford, 43, of Lexington Park, served on 1/5/2016 for Failure To Appear in Court

Criminal & DUI Defense

Criminal & DUI Defense

DWI HIT PARADE

December 17 through December 31, 2015

 Randall Anthony Britt, 63, of Loveville on 12/18/15 by S/Tpr. E. M. Evans

Billy Jance Woodard, 41, of Baltimore on 12/19/15 by TFC W. A. Couter

Tina Lorie Ford, 36, of California on 12/21/15 by Tpr. D. A. Coppedge

Lawrence Daniel Gold, 60, of Leonardtown on 12/23/15 by TFC E. M. Krenik

Leonel Mauricio Valdes Garcia, 35, of Guatemala on 12/24/15 by TFC C. A. Ditoto

January 1 through January 6, 2016

James Henry Powell, 46, of Lexington Park on 1/2/16 by TFC C. A. Ditoto

James Joseph Bucci Jr., 54, of Bowie on 1/3/16 by TFC S. M. Ditoto

Keith Anthony Young, 49, of Lexington Park on 1/3/16 by S/Tpr. E. M. Evans

Brenda Joyce West, 64, of La Plata on 1/5/16 by TFC C. A. Ditoto

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