‘No Fear’ Patrick Harrison charged with heroin along with DUI arrest
DEALS BY CALVERT STATES ATTORNEY LEFT THIS JUNKIE ON AREA ROADS FOR MUCH OF THE PAST TEN YEARS WHILE DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED
ST. LEONARD, MD. — Just in time to get in line for a trip to a funeral home or, if he is lucky, the slammer, Patrick Shane Harrison of 44761 Woodlake Court Apt. 716, California, Md., scored a doubleheader in Calvert County when police report he was in possession of heroin as well as driving under the influence. He won’t have to worry about any serious consequences, unless he overdoses on heroin, as he has the best lawyer in Calvert County who knows how to wheel and deal with the States Attorney. The public may want to root for the OD as Harrison has been driving while suspended, and likely without insurance, for the past ten years.
The public may want to root for the OD as Harrison has been driving while suspended, and likely without insurance, for the past ten years.
Police say that on 5/10/16 at 5:33 am, Master Trooper Gill stopped a vehicle near the Fastop in St. Leonard for traffic violations. Patrick S. Harrison was arrested for DUI. A probable cause search revealed heroin. Harrison was additionally charged with possession of heroin. He was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center and bonded out the same day.
This arrest wasn’t Harrison’s first drug rodeo. He was charged with possession of heroin and paraphernalia by Calvert County Sheriff Deputy T. Holt on April 19, 2014. In Calvert District Court, the Calvert County States Attorney agreed to a plea deal with Harrison’s attorney, Barrister Robyn S. Riddle. The deal: Heroin charge dropped, with a guilty plea to paraphernalia (such as a hypodermic needle, spoons, etc.) and he was fined $500 with $400 of the fine suspended and no jail time. Thus, Riddle spun a deal that should be a mystery to all. A driving while suspended arrest by Calvert Sheriff’s Deputy J. Hardesty on Aug. 2, 2013, also benefited Harrison from the magic touch of Attorney Riddle getting him another deal from the Calvert County States Attorney: the deal – no fine and no time on Dec. 12, 2013.
On July 19, 2013, Harrison was arrested by Calvert Dep. A. C. Moschetto while southbound on Rt. 4 at Western Shores Blvd. he was charged with driving while suspended at the wheel of a 2002 GMC. In Calvert County District Court on Dec. 16, 2013, he got another deal from Calvert County States Attorney: no fine and no time.
Charles County Sheriff’s Officer Roger N. Kimble charged Harrison with driving while suspended on May 16, 2013. Without an attorney, Harrison gets another deal from the Charles County State’s Attorney Tony Covington on June 12, 2014: the deal – no fine and no time.
Charged with disorderly conduct by Calvert Deputy V. Bortchevsky on Nov. 24, 2012, a deal was made in Calvert County District Court on March 7, 2014, with the States Attorney and Attorney Riddle, which resulted in a guilty plea and three days’ jail time and no fine.
Another drug charge, placed by Maryland State Trooper E. West, this time on Aug. 9, 2012, resulted in another plea deal in Calvert County District Court with the States Attorney and Attorney Riddle arriving at this deal on Nov. 2, 2012: a fine of $142.50 and six months in jail with five months and 21 days suspended.
Harrison was arrested for driving while suspended on Aug. 15, 2012, along with other traffic charges and a plea deal with the Calvert County States Attorney and Attorney Riddle on Dec. 16, 2013, resulted in a fine of $135.
Harrison must be a training aid for local police officers and has unlimited credit with Attorney Riddle along with zero interest in obtaining a driver’s license as he was arrested by Maryland Trooper J. Oles on June 26, 2012, for driving with a suspended license. In a plea deal in Calvert District Court, the States Attorney agreed to drop the charge.
In an arrest by a Calvert Deputy on Feb. 14, 2008, Harrison was again driving while suspended. In yet another amazing Alice in Wonderland Judicial event, his charge was put on the Stet Docket on April 11, 2008, with no fine and no time.
Knife and Brass Knuckles – only needed a gun!
PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — Maryland State Police report that on 5/12/16 at 10:56 pm, Trooper First Class Barlow responded to the Market Square Shopping Center for possible drug activity. Several people in the area were questioned. Shane P. Dwyer, 21 of Huntingtown was showing signs of being under the influence of CDS. TFC Barlow observed a pocket knife in plain view in Dwyer’s right pocket. Dwyer was also in possession of a pair of brass knuckles. Charges are pending for Dwyer for possession of concealed deadly weapon.
Ready to Rumble
ST. LEONARD, MD. — On 5/13/16 at 10:15 am, Trooper Jones stopped a vehicle on Rt. 4 near St. Leonard Rd. in St. Leonard for traffic violations. Due to numerous criminal indicators, a K9 Scan was requested. A probable cause search revealed a knife and brass knuckles. Robert A. Demarr, 31 of Lusby was arrested for possession of a concealed deadly weapon. He was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.
DUI Arrests –
|Name||Age||Date of Arrest||Address||Arresting Trooper|
|Patrick S. Harrison||31||05/10/16 @ 07:01 am||California, MD||M/TPR M. Gill|
|William A. Marquardt||36||05/14/16 @ 12:27 am||Pr. Frederick, MD||TPR. C. Megelick|
|Paul S. Corridean||23||05/14/16 @ 01:17 am||Knoxville, TN||TFC N. Rucker|
|Michael Z. Custer||25||05/14/16 @ 02:01 am||Lusby, MD||TPR. P. Kaitz|