SMCSO On-View arrests for February 3, 2018

Theft-  On January 29, 2018, Dep. J. Davis responded to the 45000 block of Miramar Way, in California, for a reported theft.  Upon arrival, contact was made with Ashley Michelle Zorn, age 29, of Lusby, who passed all points of sale with items from the store which had not been purchased.  Zorn was charged with Theft via a criminal citation.  CASE# 5158-18 (No Photograph Available)

Burglary- On January 29, 2018, Dep. Ball responded to the 25000 block of Briscoe Thompson Way, in Hollywood for a report of a disturbance.  Upon arrival, it was discovered Jennifer Frances Lee, age 26, of Lusby, had pushed a window AC unit out of the victim’s window, and gained access to the residence.  Once inside the residence, Lee charged at the victim and was ultimately restrained until deputies arrived on scene.  Lee was charged with Home Invasion and Malicious Destruction of Property.  CASE# 5194-18

Jennifer Frances Lee

Unattended Child- On January 30, 2018, Cpl. Corcoran responded to the 45000 block of First Colony Way, in California, for a report of multiple children left unattended in a vehicle.  Investigation revealed Jessenia Milian, age 29, of Patuxent River, had left the children unattended while she went into a nearby store.  Milian was charged via criminal citation for Unattended Child. CASE# 5318-18 (No Photograph Available)

Motor Vehicle Theft- On January 31, 2018, Dep. Holdsworth responded to the 27000 block of Gold Lane, in Mechanicsville, for a report of motor vehicle theft.  The victim stated William Oliver Briscoe Jr., age 28, of Mechanicsville, had taken the victim’s keys without permission and left the residence in the victim’s vehicle.  While on the scene taking the report, Briscoe Jr., returned to the scene operating the vehicle.  Briscoe Jr., was arrested and charged with Motor Vehicle/Unlawful Taking.  CASE# 5642-18

William Oliver Briscoe Jr.

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