DWI HIT PARADE: DUI arrests and warrants served as reported by the College Park Barrack of the Maryland State Police for May 28, 2019

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DWI HIT PARADE: DUI arrests and warrants served as reported by the College Park Barrack of the Maryland State Police for May 28, 2019

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COLLEGE PARK, MD. – The following persons were arrested by the Maryland State Police College Park Barrack in this time period:

Jose Oswaldo Pena Escobar, 25, of 7309 Oliver Street, Lanham, Md., was arrested for DUI on May 23, 2019, at 9:58 am by Maryland State Trooper Cunningham while he operated a 2004 Acura westbound on US 50 at Md. 704. This clown was also ticketed for doing 101 mph in a 65-mph speed zone.

Kun Ye Leashone Booth, of 1450 Harwick Court, Crofton, Md., was arrested for DUI on May 24, 2019, at 12:46 am by Maryland Trooper G. Bunger as she operated a 2016 Lexus westbound on US 50 at Columbia Park Road.  Booth was also cited with having booze in her bloodstream in violation of a license restriction due to a prior DUI plea deal in which Maryland Senate President Mike Miller represented her in District Court for Prince Georges County on March 26, 2015.

Eric Thomas Washington, of 825 Mount Vernon Court, Edgewood, Md., was arrested for DUI on May 19, 2019 at 1:37 am by Maryland State Trooper McGee of the Golden Ring Barrack on I-695 at Reisterstown Road while operating a 2006 Mercury Grand Marquis.  Trial for this arrest has been set for July 22, 2019.  

Trevonte Harrison charged with DUI on May 24, 2019 at 4:11 pm

Felix Ocon-Gonzalez, on May 24, 2019 at 9:36 pm was arrested for DUI by a Maryland State Trooper.

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Subba Samuel Conteh, 32, of 4605 Morgan Road, Morningside, Md., was arrested for DWI on May 25, 2019, at 4:35 am.

  • Conteh was arrested for DWI by Anne Arundel County Detective Gary Frye Jr., on Nov. 15, 2013, as he operated a Nissan and was stopped at 6601 Ritchie Highway, in Glen Burnie, Md.  On March 19, 2014, Conteh got a plea deal from the Anne Arundel County States Attorney. THE DEAL: a verdict of Probation Before Judgement and no time in jail with a fine of $192.50. On April 10, 2019, Conteh paid a $70 fine for displaying expired tags on a 2008 Chevy.
  • Conteh was arrested for driving while suspended and failing to attend Driver Improvement Program classes mandated by a prior plea deal and on Sept. 7, 2018, he entered a guilty plea in Charles County District Court. THE DEAL: a verdict of Probation Before Judgement with no fine and no time.
  • Arrested for DWI by Maryland Trooper D. Marshall as he operated a Buick southbound in I-97 prior to Rt. 50 on Nov. 22, 2007, the Anne Arundel County States Attorney dumped the charge on March 3, 2008.

Jarvis Asa Tillman, 20, of 1714 Briggs Chaney Road, Silver Spring, Md., was indicted on Feb. 21, 2019 for in Montgomery County Circuit Court for four counts of drug distribution of hydrocodone and in a plea deal on May 1, 2019 he entered a guilty plea to the amended indictment. Judge J. Cummins set July 16, 2019 as the sentencing date. On May 16, 2019, the bond for Tillman was revoked a bench warrant for Tillman’s arrest was issued. The warrant was served on May 25, 2019 at 6:48 pm by a Maryland Trooper of the College Park Barrack.

Daniel Nkekesi K Am Kunawotor, of 19263 Wheatfield Terrace, Gaithersburg, Md., was arrested for DUI on May 26, 2019 at 9:10 am

Patrick Mathieu, 43, of 4304 Russell Ave. Apt. # 1, Mount Rainer, Md., was arrested for DWI by Maryland Trooper Heneghan of the College Park Barrack on May 26, 2019 at 9:58 pm as he operated a Nissan westbound on US 50 west of Rt. 410. A trial date of July 31, 2019 has been set for District Court for Prince George’s County.

Safety Tips for Driving in Heavy Rain Squalls

The Maryland State Police conveyed this message to promote bad weather safe driving habits.  During the summer months, a storm can hit the area it seems like in minutes with little or no warning.  Here are a few tips to help you stay safe while driving in heavy rain:

1) Take your time and slow down.  Slow down to avoid hydroplaning which could lead to losing control of your vehicle causing a collision.

2) Turn your headlights on.  Turning on your headlights will help you see more clearly, and it also helps other drivers see your vehicle.  It is also Maryland law to turn on your headlights while operating your windshield wipers (TA 22-201.2).

3) Maintain a safe distance between vehicles.  Leave plenty of room between you and the vehicle in front to slow down and/or change lanes safely to avoid a collision.

4) Double check your windshield and rear window wiper blades.  Ensure these important pieces of equipment on your vehicle are well maintained and in good working order prior to a storm.

5) Watch out for standing water.  During heavy rainstorms, standing water on the roadway becomes an issue.  Again, slow down and travel at a safe speed to avoid these types of dangers.

Our family’s lives depend on it.

Reporting period 5/20/19-5/26/19

Vehicle collisions that required a report: 32

Vehicle collisions that did not require a report: 43

Community policing activity: 6

Disabled/unattended vehicles: 11

DUI arrests: 10

Miscellaneous: 13

Premise checks: 17

Probable cause searches for drugs: 4

Traffic stops: 258

Vehicle storages: 4

Criminal/civil investigations: 19 (Drugs, Theft, Assault, Domestic Violence)

DUI check point: 1

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