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Cops: Dumbest Burglar in History Left His Credit Card Behind After Stealing Laptop

HOLLYWOOD, MD. – Maryland State Police report that on February 8, 2016 at 3:38 pm, Tpr. T. Holson responded to the 25000 block of Sotterly Road for a reported burglary.  Investigation revealed that a side door window had been broken and a laptop had been stolen.  The victims found a debit card lying on the living room floor belonging to Kyle Javiel Diaz, 24, of Lexington Park.  A security camera at a nearby convenience store captured a suspect carrying the laptop, who was positively identified by the victims as Diaz.  Tpr. Holson, Cpl. Murphy and TFC Regina responded to Diaz’s residence to question the suspect.  Diaz admitted to stealing the laptop, and was placed under arrest.  He was transported to the Maryland State Police Leonardtown Barrack for questioning, and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center.  He was charged with Burglary First Degree, Theft $1,000 to $10,000, and Malicious Destruction of Property less than $1000.

Woman charged with beating man

LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – Maryland State Police in Leonardtown report that on February 8, 2016 at 4:25 pm, Tpr. M. Johnson responded to the 21000 block of Liberty Street for a reported disturbance.  Investigation revealed that Sydney Elise Johnson, 20, of Lexington Park, had assaulted a male victim.  Ms. Johnson 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.

He loves to go a-wandering among the aisles of Walmart with a backpack on his back!

CALIFORNIA, MD.  – With the generation who believes that FREE STUFF is the way to go, supporting a Socialist for President, and believing that they don’t have to work in order to eat, then Walmart must be their Paradise.  All that stuff just waiting to be stolen! But wait!  This guy in this story isn’t a youngster! In fact, police report he is an old guy and a repeat shoplifting customer of Walmart. Police say that Walmart told him once before to stay out of their store! Egads, Batman, what is this world coming to?

Maryland State Police report that on February 10, 2016 at 2:43 pm, Tpr. Geyer responded to the Wal-Mart for a reported trespassing and theft. Investigation revealed that James Frederick Sheehan, 59, of Lexington Park, had been observed placing items into his backpack and passed all points of sale.  Wal-Mart has an active Notice Not to Trespass Order in place against the suspect from a prior incident on January 7.   Sheehan was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center.  He was charged with Theft Less Than $100 and Trespass: Private Property.  Sheehan was held pending a bond review with the District Court Commissioner.

Life is too short for assaults on Lifelong Landing

HOLLYWOOD, MD. – State Police say that on February 11, 2016 at 1:32 am, Tpr. D. Coppedge responded to the 43000 block of Lifelong Landing Lane for a reported assault.  Investigation revealed that James Alton Abell, Jr., 18, of Hollywood had assaulted a male victim.  Abell was placed under arrest for Assault Second Degree and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center.  He was held pending a bond review with the District Court Commissioner.

Man Charged with Beating Woman

HERMANVILLE, MD. – Roughing up and smacking a woman can land a guy in jail. State Police report that on February 13, 2016, at 2:44 am, Tpr. M. Johnson responded to the 20000 block of Hermanville Road for a reported assault.  Investigation revealed that Joseph Patrick Messineo, 52, of Lexington Park, had assaulted a female victim.  Messineo was placed under arrest for Assault Second Degree and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center.  He was held pending a bond review with the District Court Commissioner.

Lusbian named as Undocumented Shopper at Walmart

CALIFORNIA, MD.  – On February 14, 2016 at 8:15 pm, Tpr. Geyer responded to the Wal-Mart for a reported theft. Investigation revealed that April Lynn Stewart, 41, of Lusby, had been observed placing items into her purse and passed all points of sale.  Ms. Stewart was charged with Theft Less Than $100.00 and released on a criminal citation. (16-MSP-006032)

DEADHEAD HIT PARADE

The following persons were cited by Maryland State Police for Possession of Marijuana Less Than 10 Grams

Christian Paul Dulay Primero, 22, of Lexington Park on 2/5/2016

Brandon Cortez Wilson, 23, of Lexington Park, on 2/7/2016

Reuben Leo Smith, 31, of Lexington Park, on 2/10/2016

Joseph Walter Abell, 18, of California, on 2/10/2016

Christopher Alan Williams, 20, of La Plata, on 2/12/16

Todd Michael Reffner, 36, of Lexington Park, on 2/12/2016

Justin Xavier Jackson, 29, of Chaptico, on 2/12/2016

Nicole Alishia Proctor, 22, of Waldorf, on 2/12/2016

Samantha Lynne Klobnick, 25, of Lexington Park, on 2/13/16

Bobby Devin Penkert, Jr., 20, of Lexington Park, on 2/13/16

Timothy Brian Oliver, 21, of Mechanicsville, on 2/14/2016

Sara Elizabeth Wiegman, 19, of Tall Timbers, on 2/14/2016

 

Warrant Services

Eric Moss, 45, of Bel Alton, served on 2/4/2016 for Failure to Appear in Court

David Andrew Spears, Jr., 27, of Hollywood, served on 2/4/2016 for Failure to Obey a Court Order

Trevis Lemar Butler, 34, of Mechanicsville, served on 2/5/2016 for Violation of Probation

Anthony Charles Davis, 34, of California, served on 2/7/2016 for Assault First Degree

Jeremy Raymond Eberle, 27, of Lexington Park, served on 2/9/2016 for Failure to Appear in Court

Jeb Jay Mcwade, 33, of Lexington Park, served on 2/10/2016 for Armed Robbery/ Home Invasion

Michael L. Thompson, 19, of Nanjemoy, served on 2/10/2016 for Violation of Probation

Mary Jean Michelle Maddox, 48, of Great Mills, served on 2/11/2016 for Assault Second Degree

Johnathan Omar Nelson, 32, of Oxon Hill, served on 2/11/2016 for Failure to Appear in Court

Elder Adonay Diaz Montejo, 19, of Lusby, served on 2/12/2016 for Failure to Appear in Court

Nicholas Kelson, 20, of Lusby, served on 2/12/2016 for Violation of Probation

Paul Edward Moore, 33, of Leonardtown, served on 2/13/2016 for Failure to Appear in Court

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

DWI Hit Parade dating serviceZachary 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.

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.

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.

Lengfield 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.

 

 

 

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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