Arrest briefs and mugshots are provided courtesy of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
11/01/19- Jason Raymond Davis, age 36 of Lusby– Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol by Dep. Manns# 275. CASE# 62796-19
11/01/19- Justin Antoine Parker, age 30 of Great Mills– Failure to Appear/Trespass-Private Property and Disorderly Conduct by Dep. Chase# 346. CASE# 62707-19
11/01/19- Anita Renee Courtney, age 36 of Leonardtown– Violation of Probation/Driving While Intoxicated by Dep. Hersh# 343. CASE# 62652-19
11/04/19- John Frederick Vance, age 55 of Lusby– Failure to Appear by Dep. Fenwick# 338. CASE# 63209-19
11/04/19- David Lee Anderson Jr., age 25 of Lexington Park– Violation of Probation by Det. Hulse# 218. CASE# 63169-19
11/04/19- Jared Nathaniel Lee, age 32 of Washington, D.C.– Violation of Probation-Forgery by Dep. Shelko# 326. CASE# 63206-19
11/05/19- Lekeshia Tanae Barber, age 28 of Prince Frederick– Driving While Suspended by Dep. Fenwick# 338. CASE# 63380-19 (No Photograph Available)
10/26/19- Ricky Ray Adkins, age 60 of no fixed address– Trespass-Private Property by Cpl. Snyder# 225. CASE# 61498-19
10/31/19- Charles Stanley Carpenter Jr., age 33 of Piney Point– Theft by Dep. Westphal# 337. CASE# 62513-19 (No Photograph Available)
11/04/19- Steven Rene Tharpe Jr., age 29 of Great Mills– Theft by Dep. Lawrence# 279. CASE# 63190-19
11/05/19- Katie Lynn Barickman, age 38 of no fixed address– Trespass-Private Property by Dep. Henry# 333. CASE# 63397-19
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