Nick Sisler charged with injecting his girlfriend with heroin in shopping center parking lot
UPDATED ON FEB. 24, 2015 – CALIFORNIA, MD. — Caught in the act of injecting his girlfriend with heroin, Nick Sisler faces tough sledding ahead on serious drug charges in court. The convicted burglar and longtime scofflaw permit-less driver and supporter of Judge Densford in the 2012 election now faces years in the slammer if convicted.
A week after Sisler was arrested, so was his injected girlfriend, who had been a staff medical assistant at the Bean Center in Hollywood. After photos of her and Sisler were shown to the public in THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY she was terminated from her job. One reader stated that twice that woman had administered dosages of drugs to her for procedures to put her to sleep and was there when she woke up. Police confirmed that the heroin addict, now identified as Amanda Morrison, has been fired from the medical center.
As part of a follow up investigation, Amanda Rae Stark Morrison, 29, of Lexington Park was charged with “Possession of Heroin”, “Possession of Oxycodone” and “Possession of Paraphernalia”. According to Capt. Daniel Alioto of the St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Department, “These charges were filed as a result of Suspect Morrison being injected with heroin by a co-defendant recently in the parking lot of a California shopping center.”
Both Sisler and Morrison identified themselves as being involved in a relationship with each other and posed photos depicting the two of them together on their Facebook pages.
Capt. Daniel Alioto of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Vice/Narcotics division reports that he received information regarding potential drug activity in a business parking lot. Detectives observed Nicholas Irwin Sisler, 30, of Lexington Park, his girlfriend and another individual travel from Hollywood to California to a shopping center. It was there that detectives located the vehicle in the parking lot as Sisler had allegedly finished injecting his girlfriend with heroin.
Sisler, of 21335 Castaway Circle Unit 103 in Lexington Park, Md., was arrested by Deputy Michael A. Labanowski and recovered from him was a quantity of heroin, “oxycodone” tablets and drug paraphernalia. Additional charges and arrests are pending a review by the State’s Attorney.
Sisler began his adventures with cops and courts with an arrest for driving on a suspended drivers permit on Jan. 1, 2006. In a plea deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz, Sisler entered a guilty plea and was allowed probation before judgment with a fine of $150.50 and thirty days in jail, with all of the jail time suspended.
After having such an easy time of not having to fool with obtaining a driver’s permit, Sisler continued to drive without one until he was arrested on Rt. 5 in Waldorf by a Maryland State Trooper for driving with a suspended permit. He hired now-Circuit Court Judge David Densford to be his attorney and with the superior representation of the esteemed barrister, the alleged heroin-injecting pill dealer got off as Charles County States Attorney Leonard Collins dropped the charges. No fine, no time. Sisler was so impressed with Densford as his lawyer that during the 2012 election campaign he posted numerous photos of himself with a child sporting “Keep Judge Densford” stickers at a carnival.
When not busy allegedly injecting girlfriends with heroin, Sisler passes the time by working an occasional burglary job. On Sept. 15, 2011, he was charged by St. Mary’s Dep. Trevor Teague with numerous counts of burglary for an incident which took place on Sept. 3, 2011. This time, Sisler had to hook up with the free public defenders as Densford may have been cutting back on the number of criminals he took on as he attempted to be appointed St. Mary’s County Circuit Court Judge. In District Court, Sisler entered a guilty plea to fourth-degree burglary on April 24, 2012. That court action took place during the height of the election race for Judge at the very time that Judge Densford’s opponent was pointing out the lack of courtroom trials that Densford had presided over. In this case, the admitted burglar Sisler was sent to jail for 17 months and thirty days with credit given for time served of thirty days. He was represented in this deal by Public Defenders John Getz and Victori Kunkoski.
On Oct. 5, 2013 Sisler was again arrested for driving on a suspended drivers permit by Maryland State Trooper R. Jackson. Either St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz got a mother lode of information from Sisler on his fellow members of the criminal underworld of St. Mary’s County or perhaps the computer wasn’t working. In any case the seven traffic charges were all dropped, indicating that Sisler has been driving for nearly ten years with his permit suspended and that the St. Mary’s States Attorney’s Office is either gaining a wealth of information on drug dealers or they are inept. It has to be one or the other.
It may be that Sisler is back in the burglary business as on Dec. 29, 2014, he was charged with burglary and theft in a case that is still pending in court.
According to the Facebook page of Nick Sisler, Tyler Vock and he celebrated a one-year anniversary of them both having been in jail at the same time.
Court records show that Vock was charged on March 10, 2012 with possession of drugs other than marijuana and having drug paraphernalia in jail. In St. Mary’s District Court on May 24, 2012, Vock entered a guilty plea with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz and got off with no fine and no time. Vock’s one year sentence was suspended. Such a lenient treatment is usually an indication of the defendant having provided information about other drug users or dealers to police.
On March 5, 2012, Vock was sentenced to jail for driving while suspended and was sentenced to serve sixty days in jail with 53 days suspended.
Vock’s association with Sisler may extend beyond them being social media pals. On Jan. 5, 2010, Vock was charged by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Porter with nine counts of obtaining prescription drugs by altering a prescription and in a plea deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz on Jan. 31, 2012, he pleaded guilty and he was sentenced to 17 months in jail. In spite of dealing with forged prescriptions to obtain pills he didn’t seem to have enough money to pay for his lawyer and thereby qualified for the free Public Defenders paid for by the taxpayers of Maryland. Representing him were Public Defenders Shawn Hrotic and Ashley Rankin.
Vock was arrested on a DUI charge on April 24, 2009 by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Deputy H. Adams and on July 14, 2009, St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz dropped the charges without any plea, fine, jail time or penalty. This may be yet another time that a good deal was sealed by tips on drug dealers being provided to police.
Javon will have a Dickens of a time dealing drugs from jail cell
CALLAWAY, MD. — St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Capt. Dan Alioto says a Callaway man has been charged with running a drug operation. Detectives identified Javon Lyzel Dickens, 23, of Callaway, as a distributor of controlled dangerous substances. A search and seizure warrant was obtained and with the assistance of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Services Team, a K-9 deputy and Vice/Narcotics Support Team deputies, the warrant was executed on Suspect Dickens’ home. Detectives seized nearly $2,300 in cocaine, $2,400 in marijuana, a digital scale, packaging materials, nearly $2,800 in cash and his 1993 Honda Accord.