Assault- On February 26, 2018, Dep. Ball responded to the 21000 block of Liberty Street, in Lexington Park, for a reported assault. Upon arrival contact was made with the victim who advised Yahya Jebreel El-Ansari, age 22, with no fixed address, had lunged at the victim with a pair of scissors. As a result, the victim sustained a small laceration to the hand. El-Ansari was arrested and charged with Assault 1st Degree and Assault 2nd Degree. CASE# 10427-18
Theft- On February 27, 2018, DFC. Tirpak responded to a reported theft in the 45000 block of First Colony Way, located in California. Investigation determined Justin Darrell Biscoe, age 30, of Lexington Park, left the store premises without paying for various items. Biscoe was located and charged with Theft via a Criminal Citation. CASE# 10643-18
Drug Arrest/Attempt to Elude Uniform Officer- On February 27, 2018, Cpl. Stone attempted to stop a vehicle for a traffic violation in the 20000 block of Three Notch Road, in Park Hall. The vehicle continued and accelerated, passed several vehicles, operated on the wrong side of the roadway, and ultimately the operator failed to negotiate a turn, and struck a telephone pole. The operator of the vehicle was identified as George Dewayne Mulloy II, age 32, of Lexington Park. A suspected Oxycodne pill was found in the vehicle. Mulloy was arrested and charged with Possession of CDS-Not Marijuana, Driving While Suspended, and Attempt to Elude Uniform Police by Failing to Stop. CASE# 10658-18
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