St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Warrant Arrests and Criminal Citations for Oct. 28, 2019

Arrest Briefs and Mugshots are provided courtesy of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty by a court of law.

10/23/19- Daniel Allen Spooner Jr., age 29 of no fixed address– Failure to Appear/Driving on Suspended License, Assault Second Degree, Malicious Destruction of Property and Theft by Dep. Forbes# 341.  CASE# 56576-19

Daniel Allen Spooner Jr. 

10/23/19- Tavein Malik Dickens, age 21 of Lexington Park– Failure to Appear/Driving Without a License by Dep. Graves# 354.  CASE# 60983-19

Tavein Malik Dickens 

10/23/19- Calvin Lamont Ross, age 36 of Virginia– Six counts of Violate Protective Order, Failure to Appear/Harassment by Cpl. Pontorno# 257.  CASE# 60956-19

Calvin Lamont Ross 

10/23/19- Jose Wilmar Lopez-Aguilar, age 31 of Waldorf– Violation of Protective Order by Cpl. Reppel# 141.  CASE# 60981-19

Jose Wilmar Lopez-Aguilar 

10/23/19- Cassandra NMN Bechas, age 57 of Lexington Park– Burglary First and Fourth Degree, Theft, and Malicious Destruction of Property by Dep. Forbes# 341.  CASE# 396754-19

Cassandra NMN Bechas 

Criminal Citations:

10/03/19- Kristina Ann Himes, age 34 of Lexington Park– Trespass Private Property by Cpl. T. Snyder# 225.  CASE# 56816-19

Kristina Ann Himes

10/18/19- Alexa Taylor Smith, age 24 of Owings– Theft by Dep. Forinash# 344.  CASE# 59996-19

Alexa Taylor Smith 

10/21/19- Michael Tyree Mitchell, age 37 of Lexington Park– Theft by Dep. Henry# 333.  CASE# 58396-19

Michael Tyree Mitchell 

10/22/19- John Sherman Greenwell, age 40 of Lexington Park– Trespass-Private Property by Cpl. Beishline# 252.  CASE# 60752-19

John Sherman Greenwell 

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