DWI HIT PARADE: Maryland State Police DUI Arrests for the Annapolis Barrack July 17 – July 29, 2018

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DWI HIT PARADE: Maryland State Police DUI Arrests for the Annapolis Barrack July 17 – July 29, 2018




Ruben Davila, 24, Annapolis, MD               7/17/2018 @ 0059 hrs.                Tpr. Barbiche

Antoine Poole, 53, Charles Town, WV 7/18/2018 @ 0958 hrs.                         Tfc. Jeans


Joseph Edward Bents, 45, Pasadena, MD 7/19/2018 @ 2341 hrs.                                Tpr. Ford

REPEAT OFFENDER: Joseph Edward Bents, of 1252 Rock Hill Road, Pasadena, Md., was arrested on May 5, 2014, by Queen Anne’s County Deputy Jessica Kellogg for DWI while operating a 1998 Toyota. In a Plea Deal on Oct. 10, 2014, his attorney, Seth Russel Okin, of Timonium, Md., with Queen Anne’s County States Attorney Lance Richardson, he entered a guilty plea to DWI.

Johnny Raffo, 22, Bowie, MD 7/20/2018 @ 0146 hrs.                                     Tfc. Smith

Ricardo Hernandez-Garcia, 33, Annapolis, MD 7/20/2018 @ 2143 hrs.          Tfc. Smith

Andrew Thompson, 58, Annapolis, MD 7/21/2018 @ 0043 hrs.                      Tpr. Ford

REPEAT OFFENDER: Andrew Thompson III, DUI arrest Annapolis Barrack Trooper Brandon Ford MSP

REPEAT OFFENDER: Andrew Thompson III is a registered sex offender in Maryland and was charged with DWI by Anne Arundel Police Officer James Horne on April 27, 2015. In a plea deal with Anne Arundel States Attorney Wes Adams, the charge was put on the Stet Docket on July 22, 2015. When charged with driving on a suspended license by Anne Arundel Cpl. Joshua Shapiro, Thompson entered into a plea deal with States Attorney Adams on April 25, 2016, and was sentenced to five days in jail. Thompson entered a guilty plea to second-degree sex offense on Aug. 8, 2015, and was sentenced to 18 months in jail and probation for 3 years. He was ordered to register as a violent sex offender.

Kerri Ignacio, 32, Pasadena, MD 7/21/2018 @ 0046 hrs.                                 Tfc. Engleman

REPEAT OFFENDER: Kerri Ignacio of 681 Willowby Run, Pasadena, Md., was arrested for DWI on March 31, 2016, by Anne Arundel Police Officer Duncan and with Peter Sean O’Neill as her attorney she got a plea deal from the Anne Arundel States Attorney Wes Adams. THE DEAL: Ignacio pleaded guilty to DWI on Aug. 12, 2016, and got a verdict of Probation Before Judgement with no fine and no time – along with 18 months of unsupervised probation – meaning when she went barhopping her probation officer didn’t have to go with her.

Vialonda Litten, 52, Crofton, MD 7/22/2018 @ 0232 hrs.                                 Tfc. Smith

Jessica Kennedy, 27, Alexandria, VA 7/22/2018 @ 0647 hrs.                             Tfc. Jeans

Umar Mahmood, 33, Washington, D.C. 7/25/2018 @ 2337 hrs.                      Tpr. Lowe

Otis Savoy, 51, West River, MD 7/27/2018 @ 2021 hrs.                                 Tfc. Jeans

Tiffany Johnson, 33, Annapolis, MD 7/28/2018 @ 0248 hrs.                        S/T. Turpin

Tiffany Johnson – The Case of the Wild Woman of Rt. 2 After DWI Arrest

DWI HIT PARADE – The Case of the Wild Tiffany Johnson Breaking Windshield

REPEAT OFFENDER: ANNAPOLIS, MD – According to Annapolis Barrack Commander Lt. T. Quade, on July 28, 2018, at 2:48 am, Senior Trooper Turpin responded to the scene of a crash of a 1998 Ford Expedition on Maryland Route 2 (Ritchie Highway) at U.S. Route 50. The trooper made contact with the at-fault driver who was identified as Tiffany Renee Johnson, 33, of 344 Forest Beach Road, Annapolis, Maryland.
Apparently, Johnson reeked of booze instead of an exotic perfume, such as Rose of Boone’s Farm or Tequila Mama or even Skunk Cabbage Delight.  Nope, it was just cheap booze.
Johnson refused to perform all field sobriety tests recommended to her by Trooper Turpin.
Due to her impairment, Johnson was placed under arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol and placed in the front passenger seat of Senior Trooper Turpin’s patrol vehicle.
This is when Johnson decided to show her real intoxication level and began to kick out the windshield of the police car before Senior Trooper Turpin could get around to the driver’s side of his patrol vehicle.
Police say that Johnson began kicking the front windshield causing it to partially shatter.
Police say that Johnson was transported to the Annapolis Barrack for initial processing and refused to submit to any further tests; thus, she was charged with several traffic violations including driving under the influence of alcohol and charged criminally with malicious destruction of property under $1,000.
She was transported to the Anne Arundel County Commissioner’s Office where she was released on her own recognizance where the Maryland Judiciary now releases just about anyone for any crime regardless of their intoxication level or the seriousness of the crime. Taxpayers across Maryland will be overjoyed to learn that they will be paying for the free lawyer for this alleged boozing yahoo when she appears in Annapolis District Court on Nov. 9, 2018.
In a plea deal in Baltimore County District Court on June 19, 2013, when charged with DUI, Johnson was given Probation Before Judgement and fined $250.

David Green, 40, Pasadena, MD 7/29/2018 @ 2151 hrs.                            Tpr. Bandy

Toan Nguyen, 47, Gambrills, MD 7/29/2018 @ 2308 hrs.                           Tfc. Poole

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