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Thugs rounded up after mayhem, vehicle burglary and drug dealing at Myrtle Point Park

CALIFORNIA, MD. – There is a good reason to stop the spread of Waldorf to St. Mary’s County and that is to keep the many drug dealers, armed robbers, thieves, burglars and dirtbags corralled up in the Crime Ghetto and pigpen of Waldorf where they can be more easily arrested by Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry and sent on their way to long lives of incarceration – where they belong.

This story is of one day when the homeboys of Waldorf went to a popular park where citizens go fishing. The public park has a parking lot where fisherfolks leave their vehicles.

Sheriff Tim Cameron provides this report of what thugs do when they go to St. Mary’s County for a break from their tedious lives of selling drugs and committing crimes in Waldorf:

Sheriff Cameron reports that the thugs had in their possession a large amount of small plastic containers containing suspected marijuana and multiple suspected Alprazolam tablets, in addition to suspected stolen property—including cell phones.

Police say that on May 25, 2016, at approximately 3:30 p.m., officers responded to Myrtle Point Park in California, for the report of underage drinking and fighting on the beach. While responding to the scene, a witness called 911 advising multiple suspects were breaking into motor vehicles and stealing property. Upon arriving on the scene, Cpl. James Stone observed two of the suspects inside a vehicle and determined it to be one they had broken into earlier. Stone attempted to detain them at which time, one suspect ran and a foot chase ensued. Maryland State Police Trooper Evan Krenik detained the second suspect, Christian Jamal White, age 20, of Waldorf, who remained at the vehicle.

Sgt. Clay Safford gave chase and apprehended a 17-year-old male suspect from Waldorf, MD

St. Mary's Sheriff Tim Cameron, top right, with his Lexington Park Hobos & Hookers Patrol. Sgt. Clay Safford, the fleet-footed flatfoot who caputured one  of the fleeing drug dealers is shown at top left. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron, top right, with his Lexington Park Hobos & Hookers Patrol. Sgt. Clay Safford, the fleet-footed flatfoot who captured one of the fleeing drug dealers is shown at top left.        THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

 

Sheriff Cameron reports that the thugs had in their possession a large amount of small plastic containers containing suspected marijuana and multiple suspected Alprazolam tablets, in addition to suspected stolen property—including cell phones. 

Further investigation revealed, a total of six suspects. One of the six suspects stole an iPhone off a beach towel, and all of the suspect(s) were witnessed selling suspected marijuana.

Two additional suspects Damon Lamont Pleasant Jr, 18, of 139 Jefferson Road, Waldorf, Md.; and Jelonnie Dujuan Johnson, 19 of Waldorf, MD, were located a short time later by DFC Vince Pontorno in the same area. Johnson initially provided a false name and identification to DFC Pontorno.

Sgt. Clay Safford

Sgt. Clay Safford

A fifth suspect, a 17 year-old-juvenile, was located later at Elms Beach in St. James. In his possession were materials indicating he was selling narcotics out of his bookbag.

All five suspects were arrested and charged with various criminal and drug offenses. The Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help locating the sixth suspect, who deputies believe was operating a dark colored Honda Civic at the time of thefts.

Deputies recovered multiple stolen items believed to have been taken from a minimum of six vehicles and returned them to their owners. However, there is still stolen property which has not been claimed.

Myrtle Point beach at park is a great place for shorefishing as it is a public beach and a cast of a line finds the bait going into deep water  with no need of a pier or a boat.  This scene is without scum-sucking thugs and drug dealers.  THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

Myrtle Point beach at the park is a great place for shore fishing as it is a public beach and a cast of a line finds the bait going into deep water with no need of a pier or a boat. This scene is without scum-sucking thugs and drug dealers. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

Deputies believe the suspects are responsible for additional thefts from motor vehicles and beach towels at Myrtle Point Park. If you believe you have been a victim of theft or have additional information, please contact Corporal James Stone at James.Stone@stmarysmd.com or 301- 997-8531.

White was charged by Deputy Vincent Pontorno with 15 counts of theft, drugs, rogue and vagabond (being a hobo and all around dirtbag) and participating in a theft scheme.

Anyone with information is asked to call CRIME SOLVERS at 301.475.3333 or text a tip to “TIP239” plus your message to “CRIMES” (274637).

Or call the #SMCSO Duty Officer at 301.475.8008

St. Mary’s County CRIME SOLVERS offers rewards up to $1,000 for information about a crime in St. Mary’s County that leads to an arrest or indictment.

Christian White rounded up at Myrtle Point Park Afternoon mayhem 052716

Christian White rounded up at Myrtle Point Park Afternoon mayhem 052716

CHRISTIAN JAMAL WHITE

White was indicted in December for drug dealing in Charles County while at school, a place he likely seldom inhabits except to pursue the tradecraft of a drug dealer. The case is being tried in Charles County Circuit Court before Judge West with Michele A. Harewood as the mouthpiece for White. Harewood is a taxpayer-provided free attorney for this alleged dirtbag, meaning that the same people who were allegedly victimized by this alleged dirtbag and scum-sucking drug dealer are paying for his legal defense

DAMON L. PLEASANT

Damon Lamont Pleasant Jr drug dealing mayhem and vehicle theft at Myrtle Point Park 052716

Damon Lamont Pleasant Jr drug dealing mayhem and vehicle theft at Myrtle Point Park 052716

Pleasant, of 5407 Topsmelt Court, in Waldorf, Md., was charged on May 26, 2016, by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Deputy James Stone with the same 15 counts as was charged, White. Pleasant is only beginning his criminal career as an adult and his juvenile records are sealed but potential jurors can remember his thug mug.

JELONNIE DUJUAN JOHNSON

Johnson, of 5209 or 5028 Spearfish Place in Waldorf, Md., was charged with being a big fat liar by the cops in addition to the charges provided his cohorts in crime.

 

Jelonnie Dujuan Johnson Waldorf drug dealers take Rest, Relaxtion and Business on a trip to Myrtle Point Park 052716

Jelonnie Dujuan Johnson Waldorf drug dealers take Rest, Relaxation, and Business on a trip to Myrtle Point Park 052716

Johnson is starting off his criminal career on a fast-track to the grave or being a toy for Bubba in the State Prison as he was charged by Maryland State Trooper T. Davis on April 25, 2016 with being in possession of a handgun in a vehicle by a minor and he is headed to Charles County District Court on July 13, 2016 unless he is shot dead in a Waldorf drug deal beforehand.  Johnson has a free taxpayer-provided attorney in this case.

 

 

 

 

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