News Release, Maryland State Police-Leonardtown Barracks
All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Arrest records and descriptions provided by the MAryland State Police-Leonardtown Barracks.
The following people were arrested for Driving under the Influence:
- On 1/17/2019, Beth Michelle Williams, 46 of Dameron, MD was arrested by Tpr M. Whitman
- On 1/19/2019, Benjamin Joseph White, 38 of Lexington Park, MD was arrested by Tpr R. Kaszubski
The following people were arrested for Open Warrants:
- On 1/17/2019, Teia M. Craig, 31 of Lexington Park, MD was arrested by Tpr R. Kaszubski for FTA-Violation of Probation.
- On 1/17/2019, Osie M. Shade, 59 of Ridge, MD was arrested by Tpr M Posch for FTA-Violation of Probation.
- On 1/17/2019, Amy Kathleen Russell, 38 of Lexington Park, MD was arrested by Tfc M. Johnson for FTA-Driving Uninsured Vehicle
- On 1/19/2019, David Joseph Stallings, 59 of Waldorf, MD was arrested by Cpl. J. Pilkerton for Driving While Revoked; Driving w/o Required license.
- On 1/19/2019, Corey Michael Aria, 26 of Lexington Park, MD was arrested by Tfc M. Johnson for FTA-CDS Possess Marijuana more than 10gms
- On 1/20/2019, Marc Ryan Gill, 39 of Waldorf, MD was arrested by Tfc J. Mulhearn for FTATheft Less than $100
- On 1/21/2019, Christopher Allen Kirk, 32 of Newburg, MD was arrested by Tfc J. Mulhearn for Theft $100 to under $1500.
- On 1/23/2019, Vergil Michael Agostinelli, 27 of Leonardtown, MD was arrested by M/Tpr E. Evans for FTA-Driving on Suspended License.
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