SMCSO On-View Warrant Arrests- January 30, 2018

1/24/18- Delaceyo Marcell Barnes, age 24, with no fixed address, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Assault 1st Degree, Assault 2nd Degree, and Handgun on Person by Dep. Budd# 325.  CASE# 4292-18


1/24/18- Edward Samuel Brown, age 49, of Brandywine, was arrested on an outstanding Anne Arundel warrant for FTA/Driving While Suspended by DFC. McCuen# 291.  CASE# 4281-18


1/25/18- Kacey Grace Medeiros, age 25, of  St. Inigoes, was arrested on an outstanding warrants for CDS: Possess-Not Marijuana, Credit Card Theft, Theft, and Driving Without a License by DFC. Wesner# 284.  CASE# 4370-18


1/25/18- Corey Lakeith Bowman, age 21, of Mechanicsville, was arrested on an outstanding Baltimore City warrant for Assault 2nd Degree by Dep. Ball# 315.  CASE# 4394-18


1/25/18- Paul Terrell Stewart, age 43, of Leonardtown, was arrested on an outstanding Child Support warrant by Dep. Ball# 315.  CASE# 4373-18


1/25/18- Kevin Wendell Barnes, age 48, of Lexington Park, was arrested on an outstanding Calvert County Child Support warrant by Cpl. Snyder# 225. CASE# 4424-18  (No Photograph Available)


1/26/18- John Oscar Johnson, age 51, of Mechanicsville, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Burglary 1st Degree, Theft, and Burglary 4th Degree by Dep. Muschette# 303.  CASE# 4357-18


1/26/18- Sandra Lee King, age 40, of Lexington Park, was arrested on outstanding warrants for six counts of Theft, and three counts of  Credit Card Fraud by Dep. Nauman# 301.  CASE# 4633-18


1/27/18- Melissa Kristen Tuzzo, age 31, of Great Mills, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for FTA/Peace Order Fail to Comply by Dep. Muschette# 303.  CASE# 4809-18


1/27/18- Antoine Keith Mackall, age 23, of Lusby, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for four counts of Theft, and four counts of Rogue and Vagabond, and Theft Scheme by Dep. Muschette# 303.  CASE# 4725-18  (No Photograph Available)

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