MSP-Leonardtown DUI’s and Warrant arrests for MArch 28, 2019

News Release, Maryland State Police-Leonardtown Barracks

The following people were arrested for Driving under the Influence:

  • On 3/22/2019, Michael Eugene Greer, 59 of Lafayette, IN was arrested by Tpr E. Ruggles
  • On 3/23/2019, Elizabeth Gloria Harmon, 34 of Leonardtown, MD was arrested by Tfc J.Mulhearn
  • On 3/24/2019, Richard Daniel Brady, 22 of Bushwood, MD was arrested by Tpr K. Bauer
  • On 3/27/2019, Michael Joseph Brooks, 52 of Great Mills, MD was arrested by Tfc J. Mulhearn
  • On 3/27/2019, Kenneth John Pugh, 54 of Lexington Park, MD was arrested by M/Tpr J.Preston

The following people were arrested for Open Warrants:

  • On 3/25/2019, James Aaron Eugene Justice, 35 of Lexington Park, MD was arrested by Tpr T. Howard for FTA-Driving Without Required License
  • On 3/25/2019, Robert Doral Harrod, 31 of Lexington Park, MD was arrested by Tfc A. Oyler for Driving on Revoked License
  • On 3/26/2019, Desirae Belle Sullivan, 28 of Lexington Park, MD was arrested by Tpr R. Kaszubski for Violation of Probation/Second Degree Assault
  • On 3/27/2019, Carl David Moore, 33 of Tall Timbers, MD was arrested by Tfc M. Manning for FTA-Theft Less Than $100 and FTA-Driving on Suspended License
  • On 3/27/2019, Darryl Wayne Mason, Jr, 39 of California, MD was arrested by Tfc J. Rutkoski for FTA-Driving on Suspended License
  • On 3/27/2019, Alexander King, Jr., 31 of King George, VA was arrested by Tfc T. Howard for FTA-Driving on Suspended License
  • On 3/27/2019, Damon Marcus Dobson-Chester, 27 of Mechanicsville, MD was arrested by M/Tpr J. Preston for FTA-Knowingly Driving Uninsured Vehicle
  • On 3/27/2019, James Shawn Hayden, 48 of Bushwood, MD was arrested by M/Tpr J. Prestonfor FTA-Driving on Suspended License
  • On 3/27/2019, Derrick Green, 21 of Lexington Park, MD was arrested by Tfc B. DiToto forReckless Endangerment

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