DWI HIT PARADE: JILTED JAILER FOR DATE – Montgomery County Police found repeat DUI offender Anita Rajendran who failed to show up for her date with the jailer

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DWI HIT PARADE: JILTED JAILER FOR DATE – Montgomery County Police found repeat DUI offender Anita Rajendran who failed to show up for her date with the jailer

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ROCKVILLE, MD. – Court records reveal that a repeat offender thumbed her nose at the court and failed to turn herself in at the Montgomery County Jail as required in a plea deal for DWI

ANITA RAJENDRAN, 27, (DOB 11/05/1992) of 18965 ABBOTS FORD CIRCLE, GERMANTOWN, MD, was arrested for DWI on June 15, 2019, at 2:42 am as she operated a 2016 Honda and was stopped by Montgomery County Police Officer Gary Finch at the intersection of Plummer Drive and Frederick Road. In District Court for Montgomery County on Aug. 22, 2019, Rajendran entered a guilty plea in a plea deal with Montgomery County States Attorney John McCarthy. THE DEAL:  Rajendran was fined $300 and ordered to jail for ten days commencing on Oct. 22, as agreed to a deferred commitment by the Court – however, she didn’t bother to arrive at the jail was arrested on Dec. 2, 2019, whereupon she was forcibly committed to the hoosegow.  Rajendran was represented in making the plea deal by Rockville attorney David Kindermann.

This wasn’t the first rodeo while driving under the influence of alcohol for Rajendran. She was busted for DWI by Gaithersburg Police Officer Doyle on Sept. 10, 2017, at 3:57 am as she piloted her 2016 Honda on Md. Rt. 355 at Maryland Ave. In a plea deal with States Attorney McCarthy on Jan. 25, 2018, Rajendran entered a guilty plea to DWI. THE DEAL: a verdict of Probation Before Judgment with a fine of $1,000 and $750 of the fine was suspended. A notice of violation of probation was ordered when Rajendran failed to pay the suspension fees.

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in a police car to keep his court date

ALFREDO CEDILLO RAMOS, 44, (DOB 12/30/1974) 11726 College View Dr, SILVER SPRING, MD. 12/09/2019, DWI while transporting a minor. Ramos was cited by Montgomery County Police Officer Rory J. Sugrue, on Oct. 13, 2019, at 1:13 am as he operated a 2001 Ford on College View Drive – just a few doors from his home – but it sure counted! Ramos didn’t bother to show up in District Court and a bench warrant was issued for his immediate arrest on Nov. 22, 2019. On Dec. 10, 2019, Ramos was rounded up by the long arm of the law and brought to court where he will be joyously defended by a free attorney paid for by the hapless taxpayers of Maryland. Ramos posted bond on that date and was released.

Officer Noah Leotta Memorial Sobriety Checkpoint on Dec. 16, 2015, on Rt. 228 Waldorf Md. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

WILFREDO RAMOS BENITEZ, 32, (DOB 03/1987) of 14211 Georgia Ave. Apt 204, SILVER SPRING, MD, 12/08/2019, DWI, running a red light, following too closely, speeding, driving while suspended, providing false information to officer.

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DUI driver hit a police car

GAITHERSBURG, MD. – Montgomery County Police report that on Sunday, December 8, 2019, at approximately 4:25 p.m., a 6th District officer was responding in a marked patrol car with lights and siren activated to the report of a robbery that had just occurred in Montgomery Village. 

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The patrol vehicle, which was traveling eastbound on Montgomery Village Avenue and slowed as it approached the intersection of Frederick Road (Rt. 355).  Vehicles in the first two lanes of northbound traffic on Frederick Road stopped so that the officer’s vehicle could proceed through the intersection.

 A 2003 Honda Accord which was traveling in lane three of northbound Frederick Road at Montgomery Village Avenue, failed to slow and yield to the police car as it proceeded through the intersection with lights and siren still activated.  The Honda struck the front end of the police car and then struck an additional vehicle at the intersection. 

 The officer, a 29-year-veteran of the department, was transported to a local hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.  The driver of the third vehicle involved in this collision was not injured. 

The 32-year-old female driver of the Honda Accord was transported to a local hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.  She was subsequently charged with several traffic offenses to include DUI.

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