Maryland State Police and Charles County conducted this sobriety checkpoint on Rt. 228 in 2015. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

MARYLAND STATE POLICE DUI ARRESTS ON HALLOWEEN

DWI HIT PARADE Copyright 2019

The following persons were arrested for DWI by the Maryland State Police on Halloween, preventing them from running over children out trick or treating or crashing into other vehicles, trees or even graveyards.  

Five of the thirteen motorists arrested by the Maryland State Police on Oct. 31, 2019, were repeat DWI offenders while one teen was arrested for DWI while possessing a learner permit and without a supervising licensed driver present in the vehicle.

Washington-County-Maryland States-Attorney-CHARLES-P.-STRONG-JR.-Republican was reelected in 2018 to his fourth term.

October 31, 2019, 03:55

S/B 15 S/O PA STATE LINE – FREDERICK – 10
Arrested for DWI: 2ND OFFENSE
MELISSA Kimberly Gregory
42 YEARS OLD (DOB 06/03/1977)
941 Hoffman Home Road, GETTYSBURG, PA
Arresting Officer: TFC Carter
DWI REPEAT OFFENDER: Melissa Kimberly Gregory was arrested on Jan. 13, 2008 by Hagerstown Police Officer Douglas Hay and charged with DWI.  Gregory entered into a plea deal on March 19, 2008, with the Washington County States Attorney and entered a guilty plea to DWI. THE DEAL: Gregory was given a verdict of Probation Before Judgement, fined $500 and the States Attorney agreed to suspend $300 of the fine.

October 31, 2019, 13:55

I/L 695 @ LIBERTY RD – BALTIMORE COUNTY – 03
Arrested for Driving While Impaired by a Controlled Dangerous Substance:
GRACE THOMASINE MARTIN
32 YEARS OLD (DOB 09/13/1987
3019 Dundalk Ave., BALTIMORE, MD
Arresting Officer: TFC Bunger

October 31, 2019, 03:31

I/L I 495 @ MD 187 – MONTGOMERY – 15
Arrested: DWI
ANH TUAN TRAN

43 YEARS OLD (DOB 11/01/1975) Party time for his birthday led to DUI arrest
4505 Josephine Ave., BELTSVILLE, MD
Arresting Officer: TFC Campbell

October 31, 2019, 03:20

O/L 695 @ DULANEY VALLEY RD – BALTIMORE COUNTY – 03
 Arrested: DWI
 YAAKOV M. NUSSBAUM
20 YEARS OLD (DOB 09/29/1999)
15 Grefen Drive, LAKEWOOD, NJ
Arresting Officer: TFC Tiggett

N/B RT 301 S/O BEECH LN – CHARLES – 08

Arrested: DWI
 JOHN LYNN SULLIVAN III

53 YEARS OLD (DOB 07/1966)
2945 ELSA AVE. WALDORF, MD
Arresting Officer: TPR. Cody Hussey
Sullivan signed up noted LaPlata attorney Hammad Shaikh Matin as his mouthpiece the day after his arrest.

Wicomico States Attorney Davis Ruark

October 31, 2019, 21:15

U.S. RT. 50 @ U.S. RT. 13 BYPASS – WICOMICO – 22
 Arrested: DWI 2ND OFFENSE
 GERALD ALLEN KENNEY
64 YEARS OLD (DOB 06/21/1955)
30833 WARD ROAD, SALISBURY, MD (Currently on Probation for second-degree assault)
Arresting Officer: TFC JORDAN MONK
REPEAT DWI OFFENDER: Gerald Allen Kenney entered a guilty plea on Jan. 4, 2006 to DWI in Wicomico County District Court following his arrest on Oct. 22, 2005, by Salisbury City Police Officer Don Kuczenski. THE DEAL: Kenney was sentenced to one year in jail with all of the jail time suspended and fined $500 with all of the fine suspended in the deal with Wicomico States Attorney Davis R. Ruark.

October 31, 2019, 02:29

N/B 4 @ 495 – PRINCE GEORGE’S – 16
Arrested: DWI
 MICHAEL JERMAINE MINOR
47 YEARS OLD (DOB 07/31/1972)
6107 BRANDYHALL COURT, FORT WASHINGTON, MD
Arresting Officer: TFC Taylor
MICHAEL JERMAINE MINOR is currently facing an indictment for dealing drugs in Prince Georges County Circuit Court. Order of Court, 10/9/2019, Ordered by Judge Rattal ORDERED, that the currently scheduled Motions and Trial Date of October 10, 2019, is rescheduled to January 10, 2020, for motion and January 22, 2020, for Trial.
When indicted by the Charles County Circuit Court Grand Jury on five counts of dealing drugs, the Charles County States Attorney put all of the charges on the Stet Docket on Oct. 22, 2007.

October 31, 2019 02:13

I495 IL @ OLD GEORGETOWN RD – MONTGOMERY – 15
Arrested: DWI
 RUSTAM ANKLESARIA AIYAR
30 YEARS OLD (DOB 05/10/1989)
 2930 ARIZONA AVE., NW WASHINGTON, DC
Arresting Officer: TFC M. Dull
Rustam Anklesaria Aiyar was cited in Superior Court of the District of Columbia of Operating After Suspension following his arrest by Metropolitan Police Officer Dennis Baldwin on May 2, 2018. The defendant completed the conditions of diversion. The case is Nolled and closed. AAG: Paula Renkiewicz was before the court. The following event: Diversion Status Hearing scheduled for 07/16/2018 at 10:00 am has been resolved as follows: Result: Dismissed – Nolle Judge: NOTI, ADRIENNE    Location: Courtroom 120 RUSTAM AIYAR (Defendant (Criminal)); ; Judge ADRIENNE NOTI

October 31, 2019, 02:24

EB 302 AT HOWARD WILSON RD – QUEEN ANNE – 17
Arrested: For DWI while using a Learners Permit and without required supervision along with a dozen other charges.
JOSE AURELI RAMIREZ MAZARIEGOS
19 YEARS OLD (DOB 06/2000)
711 DUHAMEL CORNER ROAD, MARYDEL, MD
Arresting Officer: TFC J. Daigle

October 31, 2019, 00:25

GOLF COURSE RD N/B N/O 50 – WORCESTER – 23
Arrested: DWI 2ND OFFENSE
 LORI MARIE ARILLO
64 YEARS OLD (DOB 10/06/1954)
10207 GOLF COURSE ROAD, OCEAN CITY, MD
Court date set for Feb. 27, 2020, in District Court in Snow Hill, Md.
Arresting Officer: TFC Hager
REPEAT DWI OFFENDER: Lori Marie Arillo was arrested for DWI by Trooper Broadwater on Feb. 18, 2013, while westbound on US Rt. 50 at Golf Course Road. In a plea deal with the Worcester County States Attorney on June 18, 2013, Arillo entered a guilty plea to DWI. THE DEAL: The sentence of 30 days was suspended and Arillo was fined $400.00. Ocean City barrister David Charles Gaskill arranged this fine deal with the prosecutor.

Baltimore County States Attorney Scott Schellenberger

October 31, 2019, 19:51

E/B RT 140 E/O REESE RD – CARROLL – 06
Arrested: DWI (Third Offense)
SHAWN MARTIN YARNALL
40 YEARS OLD (DOB 12/20/1978)
101 CONEWAGO COURT, OWINGS MILLS, MD
Arresting Officer: TFC Petry
A court date is set for Jan. 8, 2020 in Carroll County District Court.
REPEAT OFFENDER DWI: Shawn Martin Yarnall was arrested for DWI in Baltimore County on Aug. 26, 2017. In the Baltimore County District Court on Jan. 1, 2018, Yarnall pleaded guilty to DWI and was sentenced to sixty days in jail with all of the jail time suspended and zero fine, which made the arrangement one fantastic plea deal on the part of the Baltimore County States Attorney and a bad deal for the motoring public.
Shawn Martin Yarnall was arrested by Maryland State Trooper Barry for DWI on Dec. 19, 2014, and in a plea deal on May 4, 2015, in District Court for Carroll County, picked up a verdict of Probation Before Judgement with no time and no fine.

October 31, 2019, 00:14

Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington.

N/B RT 925 S/O VFW RD – CHARLES – 08
Arrested: DWI (Third Offense)
  ROBERT KENNEDY
57 YEARS OLD (DOB 02/25/1962)
225 Compton Road, WALDORF, MD
Arresting Officer: TPR Matthew Foster
DWI REPEAT OFFENDER: Robert Kennedy was arrested for DWI by Trooper Jeans on Oct. 24, 2015.  In a plea deal with Charles County States Attorney Tony Covington on April 8, 2016, Kennedy entered a guilty plea to DWI. THE DEAL: In an amazing example of being a tough prosecutor, States Attorney Covington exacted a heavy price for the crime of endangering the public on the part of Kennedy by mandating a sentence of six months and seven days in jail and then suspended six months of the sentence, leaving seven days for Kennedy to reside in the Charles County Jail.
ROBERT KENNEDY was arrested by Maryland Trooper T. Davis for DWI on Rt. 301 in Waldorf, Md., on March 7, 2015, for DWI. In a plea deal with Charles County States Attorney Tony Covington, Kennedy entered a guilty plea on Oct. 1, 2015. THE DEAL: A verdict of Probation Before Judgement with a fine of $500 and zero jail time.

October 31, 2019, 17:44
W/B 140, ACROSS FROM 2525 BALTIMORE BLVD – CARROLL – 06
Arrested: DWI
 KEIRA ANN MATHIS
31 YEARS OLD (DOB 03/18/1988)
3005 MERLE COURT, NEW WINDSOR, MD
Arresting Officer: ST Fair

READER COMMENT

You missed those who may have had their records expunged. Many times in a plea deal, it is to give them their “second chance”, so their record is clean to start over.  With a PBJ or a small fine to balance the state budget, it is wonderful that all of these depraved people with a disease can get a second chance. What’s missing in this story is how many victims of these DUI drivers get a second chance.

READER COMMENT

Nice work.   Too bad you can’t shame the judges and prosecutors to get serious.    Judges can make clear to prosecutors what limits exist on their discretion….if the prosecutors balk, the judges can make their lives hell.  

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