Press Release, St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office
George Junior Harvey
12/27/18- Thomas Franklin Hill Jr., age 44 of Mechanicsville, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Violation of Probation/Burglary by Cpl. Carberry# 167. CASE# 70473-18
12/27/18- Michael Kelly Swain, age 54 of Mechanicsville, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Driving While Suspended/Driving Without a License by Cpl. Carberry# 167. CASE# 70480-18
12/28/18- Christina Margaret Buckler, age 35 of Chaptico, was arrested on an outstanding Child Support warrant by Cpl. Krum# 260. CASE# 70632-18
12/28/18- Marquan Christopher Wells, age 30 of Great Mills, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Possession of Marijuana by Dep. Chase# 346. CASE# 70751-18
12/28/18- Inez Marie Weaver-Felder, age 26 of Great Mills, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Possession of Marijuana by Dep. Chase# 346. CASE# 70752-18
12/29/18- De’atre Marquise Perkins, age 23 of Temple Hills, was arrested on an outstanding FTA/Paternity warrant by Cpl. Kirkner# 133. CASE# 70815-18
12/29/18- Walter Lee Byrd, age 49 of South Carolina, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Violate Out of State Protective Order by Dep. Forbes# 341. CASE# 43161-16
12/30/18- Derrick Aubin Burch, age 30 with no fixed address, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Violation of Probation/CDS Possession-Not Marijuana by Dep. Roszell# 296. CASE# 70939-18.
12/31/18- George Junior Harvey, age 39 of Waldorf, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Violation of Probation/Fraud/Identity Theft by Cpl. Kerby# 242. CASE# 71132-18
12/26/18- Justin Steven Leitch, age 28 of Lexington Park, was charged with Driving Vehicle While Under the Influence of Alcohol, Driving Vehicle While Under the Influence of Alcohol Per Se, and Driving Vehicle Under the Influence of Alcohol, by Dep. Ball. Dep. Ball observed Leitch’s vehicle operating in an unsafe manner in the 21800 block of Pegg Road in Lexington Park, and Leitch almost caused a collision with Dep. Ball prior to the traffic stop. CASE# 70326-18
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