St. Mary’s Sheriff’s warrant arrests and criminal citations for February 12, 2020

News Release, St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Department. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

02/07/20- John Carl Smith, age 39 of Lexington Park– Violation of Probation- Assault 2nd Degree by Cpl. Reppel# 141.  CASE# 7878-20

02/09/20-  James Nelson Carter, age 63 of Charlotte Hall– two counts of Driving While Suspended by Dep. Graves# 354.  CASE# 8213-20

02/09/20- Michael Dean Pistorio, age 19 of no fixed address– Robbery, Assault 2nd Degree, and Theft by Dep. Palmer# 373.  CASE# 5402-20

02/09/20- Benjamin Tyler Pistorio, age 19 of no fixed address– Robbery, Assault 1st and 2nd Degree, and Theft by Dep. Palmer# 373.  CASE# 5402-20

02/10/20- Kanard Jaivon Bishop, age 22 of Washington, D.C.– Motor Vehicle Unlawful Taking and Rogue and Vagabond by DFC. Shelko# 326.  CASE# 8335-20

02/10/20- Danicco Theodore Hall, age 18 of Lexington Park- Failure to Stop After Accident, Failure to Remain on Scene After Accident, Failure to Stop After Unattended Accident, Failure to Locate and Notify Owner of Unattended Property, Reckless Driving, and Negligent Driving by Dep. Henry# 333.  CASE# 3597-20

Criminal Citations- 

02/09/20- Joyce Rollow Gradle, age 69 of Solomons- Theft by Dep. Wilhelmi# 373.  CASE# 8195-20

02/09/20- Jolie Margaret Allen, age 41 of Lexington Park– Theft by Dep. Jerew# 372.  CASE# 8221-20

02/10/20- Samantha Rae Hoover, age 22 of Virginia– Theft by Cpl. Connelly# 151.  CASE# 8420-20

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