DWI Hit Parade / Zachary Lengfield gets easy deals for DUI charges from St. Mary’s Prosecutor

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DUI arrests by the Maryland State Police Leonardtown Barracks for Feb. 19, 2016

 

 

Zachary Kenneth Lengfield 22 of Piney Point Md on 101715 by St Marys Cpl D Corcoran. On two prior DUI arrests, Lengfield was found not guilty on one and a second for DUI drugs was dropped by St. Mary's States Attorney Richard Fritz.

Zachary Kenneth Lengfield 22 of Piney Point Md on 101715 by St Marys Cpl D Corcoran. On two prior DUI arrests, Lengfield was found not guilty on one and a second for DUI drugs was dropped by St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz.

Zachary Kenneth Lengfield, 22, of California on 1/10/16 by S/Tpr. E. M. Evans; Lengfield was arrested at 12:15 am on Rt. 5 at Potato Hill Farm Lane. Lengfield was arrested for DUI on Oct. 17, 2015 by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Deputy David Corcoran. In District Court of St. Mary’s on Feb. 3, 2016, St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz agreed to a plea deal for Lengfield, represented by attorney Kevin J. McDevitt, that allowed Lengfield to escape any jail time and simply pay a fine of $484.50 with $300 of the fine suspended. This plea deal was approved by Fritz in spite of the fact that Lengfield had been arrested again for the same charge three weeks earlier. To compound the injury to the public, Fritz agreed to let Lengfield plead guilty to the lesser charge of reckless driving meaning the DUI charge won’t be counted against his record for the current arrest.

On Dec. 15, 2013, Lengfield, of 17306 Potomac Sands Drive, in Piney Point, was charged with DUI by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Deputy Keith Moritz when he was stopped at 5:31 am on Rt. 249 at Tall Timbers Road. In District Court on March 12, 2014, Lengfield was represented by attorney McDevitt who won him a judgment of acquittal after he entered a plea of not guilty. He was found guilty of speeding and failing to drive right of center and paid fines of $64 for each ticket.

DWI Hit Parade dating serviceLengfield was charged with possession of paraphernalia and marijuana on May 24, 2012 by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Deputy Austin Schultz. On May 24, 2012, with attorney McDevitt representing him, States Attorney Fritz dropped both charges. No fine, no time.

Lengfield was charged with DUI on March 10, 2012 by St. Mary’s Deputy Austin Schultz when stopped on Piney Point Road at Rt. 5 at 11:21 pm. In a plea deal with States Attorney Fritz and represented by attorney McDevitt, Lengfield got off with no jail time and a $250 fine when he entered a plea of guilty.

Criminal & DUI Defense

Criminal & DUI Defense

Arthur Blair Stutzman Jr., 59, of Mechanicsville on 1/8/16 by Tpr. M. L. Manning

Jeremey Wayne Wigglesworth, 27, of Mechanicsville on 1/9/16 by TFC B. M. Ditoto

Henry Nwanneka Ihienkonye, 35, of Germantown on 1/10/16 by Tpr. T. M. Holson

Anatasia Marie Brown, 22, of Valley Lee on 1/12/16 by Tpr. M. T. Johnson

Robert Eugene Fields, 2nd, 34, of Lexington Park on 1/16/16 by Tpr. D. A. Coppedge

Patrick Michael Trupe, 29, of Riverdale on 1/16/16 by Cpl. J. A. Pilkerton

Michael Brandon Beach, 25, of Mechanicsville on 1/22/16 by TFC S. N. Regina

Jeffrey Glenn Burch, 41, of Lusby on 1/26/16 by Tpr. J. N. Mulhearn

Garry Steven Rachford, 40, of Ohio on 1/26/16 by TFC B. M. Ditoto

Justin Earl Asquith, 23, of Lusby on 1/27/16 by TFC C. A. Ditoto

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