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Maryland State Police News Beat

MARYLAND STATE POLICE BEAT

LEONARDTOWN BARRACK REPORTS ARRESTS AND INCIDENTS

Burglar told Flatfoot he found secret key to the house on Flatiron Road

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GREAT MILLS, MD. – The Maryland State Police report that on Wednesday, September 28, 2016, at 5:40 pm, TFC E. Krenik responded to the 20000 block of Flat Iron Road for a reported burglary.  Upon arrival, TFC Krenik made contact with Sgt. M. Newman, who was already on the scene.  The troopers observed Michael Avery Presnell, 19, of Lexington Park, inside the residence and ordered him to exit the residence.   Presnell complied and stated that he had found a key hidden outside of the residence.  Presnell was placed under arrest for Burglary in the Fourth Degree, and a search incident to arrest revealed suspected marijuana.  Presnell was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and held pending a bond review with the District Court Commissioner. 

Who would steal a rice burner?

CALIFORNIA, MD. – On Wednesday, September 28, 2016, at 8:35 pm, Tpr. M. Manning responded to the 44000 block of Jeeter Way in California.  The victim advised that his blue 2007 Yamaha R6 motorcycle had been stolen from the parking lot of the apartment complex.  The case will remain open pending further investigation. 

Failure to lock up the vehicle loaded with good stuff from the thievin’ heathens of Wildewood

CALIFORNIA, MD.– On Wednesday, September 28, 2016, TFC W. Scarlett met with a complainant regarding a theft from a motor vehicle at the 21000 block of Fox Glove Court in California.  Investigation revealed that the suspect had stolen two Beretta magazines with ammunition, a Beretta folding knife, U.S. currency, and a handcuff/ magazine holder.  The complainant advised numerous neighbors had items stolen from their vehicles as well.  The case will remain open pending investigation.

 Heroin The Future is Now

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Brian-Yancey-Sampson-burglary-heroin-theft-ex-con

Somebody give ex-con Brian Sampson enough heroin to OD and the town will have one less burglar

MECHANICSVILLE, MD. – Why do junkies steal? To buy more heroin. If the community wants to do away with heroin addicts, just give the stuff away free.  Problem solved.

The Leonardtown Barrack of the Maryland State Police reports that on Thursday, September 29, 2016, TFC W. Scarlett responded to the 37000 block of Asher Road for a reported burglary.  The victim advised that the glass was broken out of his residence.  The victim witnessed the suspect leave the scene, and gave a detailed description of the suspect and vehicle.  The suspect, Brian Yancey Sampson, 36, of 29777 Vincent Circle, Mechanicsville, Md., was located on Mechanicsville Road near Old Village Road, and items from the burglary were observed in plain sight in Sampson’s vehicle.  Sampson was placed under arrest, and a search incident to arrest revealed numerous stolen items as well as suspected heroin.   Sampson was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with First Degree Burglary, Malicious Destruction of Property, CDS Possess Not Marijuana, and CDS Possess Paraphernalia.

In 2013, Sampson had three charges of burglary placed against him in an indictment thrown out by St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz in a plea deal. The deal with Fritz on Oct. 18, 2013, called for Sampson to enter a guilty plea to theft under $10,000 and was sentenced to seven years in prison with four years suspended, allowing him to resume his career in crime upon his release.

On April 2, 2014, Sampson was again furthering his criminal career by entering a guilty plea in another deal with Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington when he was sent to jail for theft. Sampson was given 548 days in jail with 380 days suspended and credit given for time served of 168 days.

A plea deal cooked up by Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington on July 18, 2012, provided for a sentence of ninety days in jail with all of the jail time suspended when Sampson entered a guilty plea to theft. A judgement in favor of Golden Renaissance was awarded for restitution in the crime.  Charles County Sheriff’s Officer Jennifer S. McKensie was the arresting officer. The case was presided over by Judge Robert Nalley. On Nov. 7, 2014, Sampson had violated his probation and was back in court.

Sampson entered a guilty plea to a charge of burglary on July 13, 2012, and in a plea deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz was given two years, eight months and one day in jail and five years of probation.

Undocumented Shoppers Found Cash, Credit, and Checks Inconvenient in Quest for Free Stuff

CALIFORNIA, MD. – On Monday, October 3, 2016, at 3:39 pm, TFC B. Ditoto responded to the Walmart in California for a reported theft.  TFC Ditoto made contact with the loss prevention associate, who advised he had observed Elizabeth Mae Martinez, 22, of Lexington Park, steal numerous items from the store.  Martinez was placed under arrest, charged on a Criminal Citation for Theft Under $1,000, and issued a Notice Not to Trespass.  

CALIFORNIA, MD. – Police say that on Wednesday, October 5, 2016, at 2:17 pm, TFC B. Ditoto responded to the Walmart in California for a reported theft.  TFC Ditoto made contact with the loss prevention associate, who advised he had observed Krystal Anne Carter, 31, of Mechanicsville, steal an item from the store.  Carter was placed under arrest, charged on a Criminal Citation for Theft Under $1,000, and issued a Notice Not to Trespass. 

Do not land here, Byrd

LEXINGTON PARK, MD.– There is a ‘no vacancy’ sign in this motel in Lexington Park for a particular bird of a different feather. Police say that on Saturday, October 8, 2016, at 3:05 pm, TFC C. Ruth responded to the America’s Best Value Inn and Suites to assist EMS.  While on scene, TFC Ruth made contact with Serenity Faith Byrd, 24, of Great Mills.  Investigation revealed that Ms. Byrd had been served with a “Notice Not to Trespass” by the hotel on September 4, 2016.   Byrd was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center.  She was charged with Trespass: Private Property and held pending a bond review with the District Court Commissioner.

Potheads in Super 8POTHEAD HIT PARADE: Possession of Marijuana Less Than 10 Grams

Matthew Allen Divver, 19, of Mechanicsville, on 9/18/2016

Garisan Cole Ladue, 20, of Mechanicsville, on 9/25/2016

Russell Alan Guerrero, 22, of Chesapeake, VA, on 9/28/2016

Michael Avery Presnell, 19, of Lexington Park, on 9/28/2016

Darron Preston Smith, 21, of Randallstown, on 10/7/2016

Warrant Arrests

Sandra Jeanette Thomas, 32, of Lexington Park, on 9/24/2016 for Failure to Appear in Court

William Lawrence Crowell, III, 31, of California, on 9/23/2016 for Violation of Probation

Wilson Edward Talbert Carroll, 31, of Prince Frederick, served on 9/27/2016 for Failure to Appear in Court

Jacqueline Daryl Spaw, 29, of Arlington, VA, on 9/29/2016 for Forgery – Priv Documents (2 counts), Theft Scheme 1,000-10,000, and Theft 1,000-10,000

Samantha Nicole Thomas, 24, of Lexington Park, on 9/30/2016 for Failure to Appear in Court

James Michael Burch, 42, of Mechanicsville, on 10/6/2016 Wilson Edward Talbert Carroll, 31, of Prince Frederick, served on 9/27/2016 for Failure to Appear in Court

Kara Kristine Casey, 33, of Mechanicsville, on 10/6/2016 for Violation of Probation

Joseph Leon Davis, Jr., 36, of Lexington Park, on 10/7/2016 for Failure to Appear in Court

Michael Patrick Horan, 22, of Leonardtown, on 10/8/2016 for Failure to Appear in Court

Jimmy Curtis Rigdon III 31, of White Plains, on 10/9/2016 for Theft Scheme 1,000-under 10,000

Shawntae Danielle Young, 32, of Clements, on 10/10/2016 for Failure to Appear in Court

Criminal & DUI Defense

Criminal & DUI Defense

DUI Arrests

James Raymond Dicus, 50, of Hollywood, on 9/21/2016

Frederick Rudolph Somerville, 41, of California, on 9/23/2015

Raymond Eugene Epps, Jr., 28, of Clinton, on 9/24/2016

Sandra Jeanette Thomas, 32, of Great Mills, on 9/24/2016

Andrew Joseph Burnett, 26, of Saint Inigoes, on 9/25/2016

Kristin Elizabeth Jones, 20, of California, on 9/25/2016

Johnny Lee Robinson 30 of Berea KY, on 9/25/2016

Nichole Corine Underwood, 25, of Lexington Park, on 9/25/2016

Gerald Warren Owens, 47, of Bryantown, on 9/25/2016

Kenneth James Normand 2nd, 38, of Great Mills, on 10/1/2016

DWI Hit Parade dating serviceTia Tian Green, 31, of Lexington Park, on 10/2/2016

Sharon Lynn Ickes, 27, of Lexington Park, on 10/2/2016

George Michael Curtis, 58, of Hughesville, on 10/4/2016

Robert Paul McMullen, 45, of Mechanicsville, on 10/4/2016

Joseph Michael Burkhard 3rd, 33, of Mechanicsville, on 10/6/2016

Norman Jim Goedecke, 48, of Mechanicsville, on 10/6/2016

Delaney Wyn Caudill, 18, of Mechanicsville, on 10/8/2016

Maria Lynn Brooks, 34, of La Plata, on 10/9/2016

Bryant Anderson Lehman, 71, of Hughesville, on 10/9/2016

 

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