Dion Davis made one giant step off of balcony of drug hideout to flee flatfoots
LEXINGTON PARK, MD. — The Hobos and Hookers Patrol of Lexington Park was checking on a suspicious vehicle parked behind a business along Great Mills Road, an area of recent armed robberies in broad daylight when a man in the vehicle took off like a bat out of hell.
St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that the driver doggone near ran down a pedestrian, perhaps a hobo or a hooker, and fled with the cops hot on his trail.
The suspect’s vehicle smelled like a marijuana greenhouse on fire with wafting reefer reeking into the area, reports the Hobos and Hookers Patrol
Who was the alleged marijuana miscreant and malicious malingerer?
The cops identified him as Dione Jamar Davis, 26, of Lexington Park, who then fled into a residence in the 46000 block of Valley Court.
Deputies surrounded the residence, reports Sheriff Cameron, and that was then Davis decided the better part of valor was to end his life by jumping from a top floor balcony.
Hurrah for him!
However, his attempt at suicide or another flight to elude the fleet-footed flatfoots didn’t work as he was met by a four-footed colleague of the cops, Officer K-9 Nero and the long jaws of the law.
When the cops found pot on the now-collared Davis, they called in the Narco Squad of Captain Daniel Alioto.
The Narco Detectives obtained two search and seizure warrants which were executed on drug lair of the alleged bozo and the vehicle suspect Davis was operating.
How convenient for the mental-midget alleged drug dealer to lead the cops back to his drug distribution headquarters.
Numerous items of evidence were recovered to include multiple individual baggies of marijuana, packaging material and nearly $300.00 in cash. Body armor in the form of a “bulletproof vest” and a cell phone was also recovered.
Davis was transported to St. Mary’s Hospital for the treatment of his encounter with the hungry K-9 before being formally charged.
The cops say that after the States Attorney looks things over, more charges might be placed.
Prior charges for theft were either dumped or put on the Stet Docket by St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz.
Heroin Dealing Charged
Capt. Alioto reports that Vice/Narcotics detectives identified Maurice Dewayne Davis aka “Marty”, 42, of Lexington Park, as a distributor of heroin.
Detectives made several undercover purchases of heroin from suspect Davis and he was subsequently indicted and a warrant was issued for his arrest.
A Vice/Narcotics Support Team Deputy located and arrested suspect Davis.
The indictment included multiple counts of “Distribution of Heroin” and “Conspiracy to Distribute Heroin”.
He was originally held without bond.