Dirtbag takes a bite out of crime fighter; Vincente Arsenio Kyle picks up two new criminal charges in one day
WAS THIS DIRTBAG TESTED FOR RABIES?
LARGO, MD — A two-time loser managed to pull off a double header of crime in one day in Maryland.
Maryland State Police report that a wanted man who dragged a state trooper attempting to arrest him earlier today is now being charged with additional crimes after he assaulted and bit the trooper transporting him to the detention center in Prince George’s County.
The accused is identified as Vincente Arsenio Kyle, 34, of 1080 Bannister Circle, Waldorf, Md. He is charged with multiple counts of second-degree assault on a police officer, attempted escape from a law enforcement officer while in custody, reckless endangerment and malicious destruction of property. He has been transported to the Prince George’s County Detention Center where he will await an initial appearance before a court commissioner.
Shortly before 11:30 a.m. today, troopers were working an extra-duty assignment at the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration office in the 10000-block of Central Avenue, Largo, Md., when they learned of a man, later identified as Kyle, who was in that location and was wanted on a warrant for failure to appear. Troopers approached and attempted to arrest Kyle, but he resisted arrest and fled outside to his car.
A trooper grabbed the car door and was dragged a short distance through the parking lot until Kyle struck another vehicle and fled on foot.
Police say that Kyle entered his car and began to flee. A trooper grabbed the car door and was dragged a short distance through the parking lot until Kyle struck another vehicle and fled on foot. Troopers pursued and took him into custody in a wooded area a short distance away. The trooper who was dragged was transported to an area hospital for treatment.
The trooper immediately acted to prevent his escape and a struggle ensued, during which Kyle bit the trooper and damaged equipment in the patrol car.
Just after 7:00 p.m. today, a trooper was transporting Kyle from the Forestville Barrack to the detention center in Upper Marlboro. In the area of Rt. 4 and Ritchie Marlboro Road, Kyle attempted to escape from the patrol car. The trooper immediately acted to prevent his escape and a struggle ensued, during which Kyle bit the trooper and damaged equipment in the patrol car. The trooper called for assistance and backup troopers responded. Kyle did not escape custody and was ultimately transported to the detention center. The trooper who was bitten has gone to an area hospital for treatment.
Kyle failed to appear for a criminal charge of theft in District Court in Prince Georges County and a warrant was issued on Sept. 23, 2014.
After a twenty-six count indictment for over two dozen counts of malicious property destruction in 2012, a plea deal was struck between Kyle’s free attorney provided by the taxpayers of Maryland and Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington. Kyle had been living in Fort Washington at the time of the indictment which was issued on March 16, 2012. THE DEAL: Kyle agreed to plead guilty to one count of a theft scheme under $10,000 in return for a verdict of ten years in prison with all of the sentence suspended except for six months and credit was given for time served of 149 months, along with five years of probation. Since the plea deal was struck on Aug. 25, 2014, and the five years is not yet up, the balance of the prison term can be triggered.
Kyle entered a guilty plea in another plea deal in Charles County Circuit Court on May 24, 2006, to wear a concealed deadly weapon. THE DEAL: A total fine amount of $1,086.00 credit for one day in jail and probation for five years. Kyle was living in Waldorf at the time.
According to the Charles County Sheriff’s Office, on Feb. 8, 2012, at 6:23 a.m., Charles County Sheriffs Officer C. Gilroy was patrolling the Wakefield area in Waldorf when a citizen alerted her to a possible disturbance. The citizen had been walking through the parking lot on Amber Leaf Place when he discovered a man drilling a hole into the gas tank of a Ford Explorer. When the citizen confronted the man, the man fled on foot. Officers responded to the location and discovered the man had drilled holes into the gas tank of another vehicle as well. Police communications officers broadcast a lookout for the suspect and soon thereafter Officer D. Walker found him walking nearby. He was identified as Vincente Arsenio Kyle, 28, of Waldorf.
Kyle was arrested and charged with two counts of attempted theft valued at less than $100, two counts of malicious destruction of property valued at more than $500, theft scheme and property destruction scheme. He was being held at the Charles County Detention Center pending an appearance before a district court commissioner. Officer C. Gregory investigated.