On Tuesday, May 22rd, Troopers from Maryland State LaPlata Barrack, partnered with members of the Southern Maryland Information Center and the Charles County Sheriff’s Office to conduct a county wide warrant sweep. A total of 67 warrant attempts were made in Charles County, which resulted in 9 subjects who were arrested on traffic related warrants, 2 arrested for violation of probation, 1 for domestic violence and 1 for destruction of property. There were also 3 warrants recalled shortly after the Warrant Sweep:
- Mothershead, Austyn Robert, 22 of Hughesville, Failure to Appear / Drive While Suspended
- Mitchell, Dalonte Terrell, 26 of Indian Head, Failure to Appear / Drive While Suspended
- Spainn II, Frank Lorenzo, 36 of Waldorf, Failure to Appear / Knowingly Drive Uninsured
- Lyles SR, James Matthew, 52 of Waldorf, Failure to Appear / Possess Open Container
- Lattisaw, Demetrius Debon, 34 of Waldorf, Violation of Probation / 2nd Degree Assault
- Posey, Christopher Wayne, 30 of LaPlata, Violation of Probation / Fake CDS Distribute
- Anderson, Anthony Ryan, 32 of Nanjemoy, Failure to Appear / DUI
- Marrow, Alecia Michelle, 31 of Waldorf, Failure to Appear / Drive While Suspended
- Warner, Denzel Tyrake , 25, Bench Warrant / Failure to Appear
- Meadows, Anthony Eugene, 33, Bench Warrant / Failure to Appear
- Gray-Thomas, Jaquil C, 18, Domestic Violence
- Guevara, Mario, 36 of Waldorf, Failure to Appear / Drive While Suspended
- Dorsey, Adrian, 32 of LaPlata, Failure to Appear / Destruction of Property $1k
- Prince, Shantae Monique, 29 of Washington DC, Failure to Appear / DUI
- Dickerson, Charles Jamaine , 26 of Waldorf, Failure to Appear / Drive While Suspended
- Scott, Byron Desean, 47 of White Plains, Failure to Appear / Drive Without a License
All persons charged with a crime are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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