DWI HIT PARADE: DUI Arrests for the Annapolis Barrack April 7 – April 15, 2018
NAME /AGE / CITY & STATE OF RESIDENCE /DATE/TIME OF ARREST / TROOPER
Travis Mark White, 27, of 201 Penny Lane, Stevensville, Md., on 4/7/2018 at 0249 hrs. by TFC Andrew Lee. White was also given a $530 citation for consuming an alcoholic beverage while operating a vehicle. White was operating a 2013 Ford Focus on Bestgate Road at westbound Rt. 50.
Bernardo Marroquin-Martinez, 40, of 1029 Martha Court, Annapolis, MD 4/8/2018 at 0113 hrs. by TPR Barbiche
Daniel Roberts Wynkoop, 39, of 2570 Riva Road, Annapolis, MD, 4/8/2018 @ 0254 hrs., by TFC Holson as he drove a 2017 Honda Civic westbound on Rt. 50 at mile marker 19. Wynkoop hired Glen Burnie attorney Peter Sean O’Neill to represent him in court.
Wynkoop was arrested by Anne Arundel Police Officer Timothy Branham for DUI while operating a Jeep on Veterans Highway at Benfield Road on Dec. 13, 2015. On April 8, 2016, Anne Arundel States Attorney Wes Adams dropped the DWI charges along with charges of reckless and negligent operation. The fixer for this charge was the very capable Glen Burnie attorney, Peter Sean O’Neill.
O’Neill had filed in court for the following on Jan. 13, 2016: Entry of Appearance of Counsel, Request for Discovery, Demand for the Presence of Witnesses, Motion to Suppress Evidence, Demand for Speedy Trial, and Demand for Custodian of Records. Apparently, it was too much work for States Attorney Adams to comply with the motions filed by O’Neill, thus he dropped the charges, according to court records.
Wynkoop was arrested and charged by Howard County Police Officer J. Morgan on Oct. 13, 2009, for DUI. In a plea deal with the Howard County States Attorney on April 28, 2010, Wynkoop entered a guilty plea. THE DEAL: A verdict of Probation Before Judgement was arranged with the prosecutor which called for zero time and zero fine. Attorney Timothy Francis Maloney of Greenbelt represented Wynkoop in this sweet deal. Dario J. Broccolino was in office as the chief prosecutor and is the current Howard County States Attorney who approved this deal.