St. Mary’s Sheriff’s On-View arrests for August 17

Violation of a Protective Order-  On August 2, 2018, DFC. Muschette responded to the 21000 block of Lee Drive in Lexington Park, for the reported disturbance.  Investigation determined Kirk Vondel Swales Sr., age 40 of Lexington Park, appeared to be under the influence of alcohol and caused a disturbance in the residence which is in violation of an active order of protection. Swales was arrested and charged with Violation of a Protective Order.  CASE# 41003-18

Kirk Vondel Swales Sr.

 
Assault-  On August 3, 2018, Dep. Ball responded to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center for a reported assault.  Investigation determined Christina Marie James, age 31 of Lexington Park, assaulted the victim by shoving and “chest bumping” the victim during an argument.  James was charged with Assault 2nd Degree.  CASE# 41049-18

Christina Marie James


Theft-  On August 3, 2018. Cpl. Stone responded to the 21000 block of Great Mills Road in Lexington Park, for the reported theft.  Richard Alan Stone, age 28 of Lexington Park, had taken items, and then fled the Family Dollar store without purchasing the items. Stone was located and charged via a Criminal Citation for Theft.  CASE# 41089-18

Richard Alan Stone


Theft-  On August 5, 2018, Dep. Fenwick responded to the 46000 block of Lexington Village Way in California, for the reported theft.  Investigation determined Katie Lynn Barickman, age 37 of Callaway, placed numerous items inside her purse, in attempt to steal the items from the Kohl’s store.  Barickman was charged with Theft via a Criminal Citation.  CASE# 41436-18

Katie Lynn Barickman


Violation of Protective Order-  On August 5, 2018, DFC. Tirpak responded to the 46000 block of Rogers Drive in Lexington Park, for a reported violation of a protective order.  Investigation determined Jamar Daron Moss, age 36 of Lexington Park, and Rodney Leroy Chase Sr., age 47 of St. Leonard, were at the victim’s residence which is a violation of two active orders of protection.  Moss and Chase were arrested and charged with Violate Exparte/Protective Order.  Moss was also served with an outstanding warrant for Burglary 3rd & 4th Degree, and Theft.  Chase was also served with an outstanding Calvert County warrant for FTA/Assault 2nd Degree, Disorderly Conduct, Disturbing the Peace, and Fail to Obey a Lawful Order.  CASE# 41437-18 (No Photograph Available of Rodney Leroy Chase Sr. )

Jamar Daron Moss

 
Assault-  On August 5, 2018, Dep. Bowie responded to the 46000 block of South Shangri-La Drive in Lexington Park for the reported assault.  Investigation determined James Calvin Morgan was involved in an argument with the victim in a business.  During the argument, Morgan produced a folding knife, and lunged at the victim more than once.  Morgan also is suspected of walking outside and damaging the victim’s tire during the incident.  Morgan was located, and charged with Assault 1st & 2nd Degree, and Malicious Destruction of Property.  CASE# 41464-18

James Calvin Morgan


Assault-  On August 6, 2018, DFC. McClure responded to the 46000 block of Shangri-La Drive in Lexington Park, for the reported assault.  Investigation determined Melody Lynn Bowen, age 51 of Lexington Park, confronted the victim while the victim was asleep, and began waving a large butcher knife at the victim.  Bowen was arrested and charged with Assault 1st & 2nd Degree.  CASE# 41617-18

Melody Lynn Bowen


Assault-  On August 6, 2018, Dep. Payne responded to the 22000 block of Ryan Way in Leonardtown, for the reported assault.  Investigation revealed Brian Michael Willoughby, age 24 of Leoanrdtown, became upset while going through the victim’s cell phone, and he began to pull the victim’s hair and also strangle the victim.  The victim displayed visible signs of injury from the assault.  Willoughby was arrested and charged with Assault 2nd Degree. CASE# 41624-18

Brian Michael Willoughby

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