MARYLAND STATE POLICE BEAT / Kerry not out of the woods after fleeing from fleet-footed flatfoot

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MARYLAND STATE POLICE BEAT / Kerry not out of the woods after fleeing from fleet-footed flatfoot

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LEXINGTON PARK, MD.  – Maryland State Police report that another less than brilliant customer decided that it was better to fight than listen to the order of a trooper. 

Police say that on May 15, 2017, at 11:03 p.m., TPR J. Mulhearn conducted a traffic stop on Rt 235 @ FDR Boulevard. 

The driver of the vehicle, Kerry Joseph Woods Jr., 20, of 21548 Port Court, Lexington Park, Md., refused to comply with TPR Mulhearn’s requests and sped away from the location. A vehicle pursuit ensued and ended at Port Court, Lexington Park. Woods still refused to obey verbal commands and was subsequently removed from his vehicle and placed under arrest for multiple traffic offenses, eluding police, and resisting arrest.  He was transported to St. Mary’s County Detention Center. On May 16, 2017, Woods posted bond and was released from jail. Maria Doerflinger and Matthew Connell are the free attorneys for Woods and are being paid for by the taxpayers.

A trial in St. Mary’s District Court has been set for July 13, 2017.

Woods was fined $530 in Calvert District Court on Jan. 12, 2017 for operating a 2002 Volkswagen at 80 mph in a 40-mph zone on H. G. Truman Road at Dowell Road when nabbed by Calvert Deputy T. Rzepkowski.


Thief needed to steal lawnmower to buy heroin

LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – Maryland State Police report that on May 19, 2017, at about 7 pm, TFC B. Ditoto responded to a residence on Suburban Drive, Lexington Park, for a report of a theft of a lawn mower. Upon arrival, contact was made with the complainant who advised that the lock on her shed was cut off and her lawn mower was missing.  Investigation continues.


Maryland State Trooper on a traffic stop. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

The following persons were found by Maryland State Troopers to be Possession of Marijuana Less Than 10 Grams when operating or as passengers in vehicles on highways.  Driving while stoned is as dangerous to others as driving while intoxicated on alcohol.

Bowen, Dennis Allen, 26 of Hollywood, on 5/1/2017

Roberts, Scott Douglas, 38 of Ellicott City, on 5/5/2017

Stevens, Elge Antonio, 18 of Waldorf, on 5/7/2017

Stinger, Christopher Tyler, 19 of Lexington Park, on 5/8/2017

Smith, Deonta Anthony, 28 of Temple Hills, on 5/9/2017

Dunbar, Breanna Nicole, 18 of Mechanicsville, on 5/9/2017

Bush, Nathan Lamar, 25 of Great Mills, on 5/15/2017

McElveen, Ciara Renee, 27 of Lusby, on 5/16/2017

Kennedy, Nicholas Luke, 21 of Great Mills, on 5/16/2017

Parker, Michael Brendon, 21 of Waldorf, on 5/17/2017

Bradford, Aaliya Alexis, 19 of Waldorf, on 5/18/2017

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