On View Arrests:
Assault/Resisting Arrest- On December 23, 2017, Dep. Robinson responded to the 18000 block of Three Notch Road, in Lexington Park, for a report of a disturbance. Upon arrival Dep. Robinson observed visible injury to the victim, and the suspect Derrick Clifton Marshall, was actively destroying property inside the residence. Marshall was placed under arrest, at which time he became combative and assaulted Dep. Robinson. Marshall was charged with Assault 2nd Degree, Malicious Destruction of Property, and Resist/Interfere With Arrest. CASE# 68220-17
Theft- On December 24, 2017, DFC. Lawrence responded to the 45000 block of First Colony Way in California, reference to a theft. Upon contacting the complainant it was learned Suspect Lisa Marie West, age 48, of Lexington Park, stole merchandise from the business on December 21, 2017. The suspect was charged via criminal citation for Theft. CASE# 68404-17
Theft- On December 24, 2017, Dep. Robinson was in the 21000 block of Great Mills Road, in Lexington Park, when he made contact with Shannon Mae Corbin, age 41, of Lexington Park. A check of the tag Corbin had on her vehicle indicated the tag had been reported stolen out of Calvert County. Corbin was charged via criminal citation for Theft. CASE# 68414-17 (No Photograph Available)
Assault- On December 25, 2017, Dep. Siciliano responded to the 27000 block of Neale Court, in Mechanicsville, to check the welfare of an individual at the residence. Upon arrival, Suspect Eric Alan Jett, age 34, of Leonardtown, became argumentative and confrontational. Deputies on the scene were able to determine an assault had taken place, and while conducting that investigation, Suspect Jett assaulted the victim again. Jett was arrested and charged with Assault 2nd Degree. CASE# 68585-17
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