SMCSO Warrant arrests for Sept. 29, 2018

9/19/18-  Timothy John Virgen, age 22 of Lexington Park, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Assault 2nd Degree and False Imprisonment by Cpl. Corcoran# 129.  CASE# 50034-18


Timothy John Virgen


9/20/18-  Ashley Nicole Thomas, age 31 of Drayden, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Theft by Cpl. T. Snyder# 225.  CASE# 50186-18


Ashley Nicole Thomas


9/20/18-  Lewis Tyler Yates, age 26 of St. Inigoes, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Violation of Probation/CDS: Distribution PCP/LSD by Cpl. Connelly# 151.  CASE# 50240-18


Lewis Tyler Yates


9/20/18-  Zachary Joseph McCarthy, age 29 of Leonardtown, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for FTA/Theft by DFC. D. Smith# 297.  On 9/21/18, McCarthy was served with an outstanding Prince George’s County warrant for CDS Possession: Not Marijuana by Dep. Edwards# 335.  CASE# 50256-18


Zachary Joseph McCarthy


9/20/18-  Tyneshia Ranea Parker, age 26 of Lexington Park, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Violation of Probation/Theft by Cpl. Kerby# 242.  CASE# 50284-18


Tyneshia Ranea Parker


9/21/18-  Breanna Rose Fenwick, age 20 of Lexington Park, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for FTA/Theft by DFC. Tirpak# 270.  CASE# 50382-18


Breanna Rose Fenwick 


9/22/18-  Travis Nathanial Nelson, age 34 of Lexington Park, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for FTA/Assault 2nd Degree by Dep. Forinash# 344.  CASE# 50639-18


Travis Nathanial Nelson


9/25/16-  Chester Termain Jones, age 39 of North Beach, was arrested on an outstanding
warrant for Escape 2nd Degree/Condition of Release by Cpl. Kerby# 242.  CASE# 48981-18


Chester Termain Jones

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