DWI HIT PARADE: Calvert County DUI arrests for January 1 thru Feb. 19, 2020, by Maryland State Police and Calvert Sheriff’s Department

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DWI HIT PARADE: Calvert County DUI arrests for January 1 thru Feb. 19, 2020, by Maryland State Police and Calvert Sheriff’s Department

DENISE ELIZABETH WELLS, (DOB 09/21/1961) OF 8530 Wedding Drive, Welcome, Md., was charged with Driving under the influence of drugs and negligent driving on Jan. 3, 2020 at 9:56 pm by Calvert Sheriff’s Department Deputy Anthony Aranda as a result of a traffic stop on Dares Beach Road at Terrace Drive near Prince Frederick, Md.  Wells was operating a Ford truck. Wells was given a certificate for a free lawyer provided by the taxpayers of Maryland and a trial set for Feb. 6, 2020 was postponed. Additional criminal charges of possession of drug, not marijuana, were placed against Wells by Deputy Aranda.  Wells was released from the Calvert County Jail on her own recognizance.

SUSAN BETH CONNER, (DOB 07/19/1960) of 2840 Camelia Drive, Alexandria, Va., was arrested for DWI (Driving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol), negligent, and reckless driving,  on Jan. 11, 2020 at 9:12 pm by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Michael Lewis Jr., as she operated a 2000 Honda on Chaneyville Road at Md. Rt. 4. Conner was released from the Calvert County Jail on her own recognizance with a trial set in Calvert District Court on March 20, 2020, and was deemed to be eligible for a free attorney provided by the Taxpayers of Maryland.

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TAMARA MICHELLE DAVIS, (DOB 07/20/1974) of 5302 Brittwell Court, Upper Marlboro, Md., was charged with DUI on Jan. 21, 2020 at 9:50 pm by Maryland State Trooper K. Stull as she operated a 2014 Mercury northbound on Md. Rt. 4 at Old Field Lane in Prince Frederick, Md. A trial date of March 4, 2020, is pending in Calvert District Court.

  • Tamara Michelle Davis was charged with multiple traffic violations and DUI in Prince Georges County Circuit Court on Oct. 11, 2016. In a plea deal with Prince Georges County States Attorney Angela Alsobrooks, Davis entered a guilty plea to DUI and was given Probation Before Judgment on Jan. 19, 2017. She was also found guilty of changing lanes when unsafe. THE DEAL: zero fine and zero time. Defense attorney for Davis was Chinwe D. Kpaduwa of Largo, Md.  
  • Davis was charged with driving while suspended by Anne Arundel County Police Corporal Jose Cruz-Miranda on July 6, 2012, and in District Court Anne Arundel County States Attorney Anne Colt Leitess accepted a plea deal. THE DEAL: Davis entered a guilty plea and was given a verdict of Probation Before Judgement with no fine and no time.  
  • Twice more Davis was given a PBJ for driving while suspended in 2005 and 2006 in Prince Georges County.

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CHRISTOPHER TODD LENNON, (DOB 7060 Prout Road, Friendship, Md., was charged with DWI on Jan. 26, 2020 at 2:02 am, just after the bars closed, by Maryland State Trooper S. Lewis as he operated a 2010 Lexus eastbound on Md. Rt. 260 east of Nana Russell Lane. Maryland State Senator Thomas E. “Mike” Miller Jr. is the attorney for Lennon for a trial set in Calvert District Court on March 4, 2020.

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  • CHRISTOPHER TODD LENNON was arrested for DWI on Feb. 26, 2017 by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy A. Woodford as he operated at 2004 Lexus on Rt. 4 at Chaneyville Road.  In a plea deal with Calvert County States Attorney Laura Martin on June 7, 2017, in Calvert County District Court, Lennon entered a guilty plea. THE DEAL: Lennon received a verdict of Probation Before Judgement with no fine and no time.  Senator Thomas E. Mike Miller arranged this plea deal, thus, making it understandable that Lennon would return to his office with his newest DWI arrest.

NICOLE EMMA HAMILTON, (DOB 01/13/1992) of 1221 Back Creek Loop, Solomon’s, Md., was arrested by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy D. Durnbaugh on Feb. 4, 2020, at 1:19 am as she operated a 2008 Honda on Rt. 4 and Parran Road at 87 mph in a 55 mph speed zone. Court records show that Hamilton is not eligible for a free attorney provided by Maryland Taxpayers. A court date for the charges has been set for March 11, 2020.

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SANDRA LYNN SMITH, (DOB 07/25/1971) of 1850 German Chapel Road, Prince Frederick, Md., was arrested by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy B. Sampson on Jan. 1, 2020 at 1:40 pm for driving while impaired by drugs (DWI-DRUGS) as she operated a 2012 Chevy when stopped at German Chapel and Chapel Hills Drive.  Smith has a court date set for March 17, 2020, in Calvert District Court.

  • Sandra Lynn Smith was charged by Maryland State Trooper C. Palumbo with DWI-drugs in Prince Frederick on Jan. 9, 2018. Calvert County States Attorney Laura Martin dropped the charge on April 25, 2018.
The Maryland State Police mobile breath analysis van for Sobriety Checkpoints. Motorists who fail this test in this van go straight to jail. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

ANDREW CHARLES CARSON, (DOB 02/28/1988) of 9201 Genoa Ave., Fort Washington, Md., was charged with DWI – DRUGS (driving while impaired by drugs) by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy B. Sampson on Jan. 23, 2020 at 4:56 pm. Carson was operating a 2001 Ford Explorer when Deputy Sampson executed a traffic stop at Md. Rt. 4 at Fox Run Blvd. in Prince Frederick.  Carson will appear in District Court at some time in the future as a court date for March 17, 2020, has been postponed.  Carson was also charged with possession of drugs other than marijuana.

  • Carson was charged with driving while suspended on Oct. 14, 2015, which resulted in a plea deal in Calvert Circuit Court on Nov. 14, 2016, when Carson entered a guilty plea. THE DEAL: A sentence of one year with all of the time suspended and a verdict of Probation Before Judgment.
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 HENRY AUSTIN JAMES, (DOB 11/05/1999) of 9520 Seagull Court, North Beach, Md., was charged with DWI by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy B. Sampson on Jan. 14, 2020 at 11:39 pm when Deputy Sampson pulled Austin over in a traffic stop on Md. Rt. 4 at Bowen Road. Austin was operating a Dodge truck. A court date has been set for March 17, 2020, in Prince Frederick District Court.  

HECTOR LUIS ORTIZ-ALICEA, (DOB 02/21/1987) of 12030 Rousby Hall Road, Lusby, Md., was arrested by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy H. Wilder on Feb. 8, 2020, at 11:43 am for DWI-Alcohol, and cited for reckless driving,  as he operated a 2002 Dodge on Rousby Hall Road at H. G. Trueman Road in Lusby, Md.  A court date has been scheduled for March 12, 2020.

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MARTIN D. MUNDO, (DOB 06/21/1963), OF 37355 East Spicer Drive, Mechanicsville, Md., was charged on Jan. 26, 2020 at 5:21 pm for DWI-Drugs (driving a vehicle was so far impaired by drugs that cannot drive safely) by Calvert Sheriff’s Department Deputy H. Wilder. Mundo’s big minute took place when Deputy Wilder performed a traffic stop on Mundo’s 1995 Dodge as he was southbound on Md. Rt. 4 at MF Bowen Road.  A court date is set for March 20, 2020. Taxpayers will be ecstatic to learn that they will be fronting the cost of a mouthpiece for Mundo in court.

  • Martin D. Mundo was arrested in St. Mary’s County for DWI by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Department Deputy Milton Pesante on April 1, 2019, at 7:15 pm as he operated a 1995 Dodge on Rt. 5 in Mechanicsville, Md.  Mundo asked for a jury trial in Circuit Court on July 23, 2019.  In a plea deal arranged by two free attorneys provided by the Taxpayers of Maryland, St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz agreed to a plea deal. THE DEAL: Mundo entered a guilty plea on Aug. 30, 2019, to the lesser charge of reckless driving while Fritz dropped the DWI charge. No fine and no time.

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JOSE LUIS AYALA-RAMIREZ, (DOB 02/18/1983) of 128 Warwickshire Lane, Apt. F., was charged by Calvert Sheriff’s Department Deputy H. Wilder on Jan. 16, 2020 at 7:08 pm with DWI-alcohol after being pulled over in a traffic stop as he operated a 2002 Toyota northbound on Md. Rt. 4 at Traditional Way in Calvert County, Md. A free attorney is being provided for Ayala-Ramirez by the Taxpayers of Maryland. Two counts of possession of drugs were also collected by Ayala-Ramirez including a bonus charge being one of them for having his drugs inside the Calvert County Jail.

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JAMES EARL ROHME, (DOB 12/16/1978), OF 2500 Kevin Lane, Bowie, Md., was cited by Calvert Sheriff’s Department Deputy H. Wilder for reckless driving and DWI-Alcohol on Jan. 15, 2020 at 9:37 pm. Rohme was operating a 2009 Toyota southbound on Md. Rt. 4 at Governor’s Run Road when Deputy Wilder performed a traffic stop. While it is unknown who paid for any alcohol that Rohme may have ingested, the Taxpayers of Maryland will be paying the freight for the cost of his attorney who begins filing motions on Feb. 11, 2020, in the case.

  • THEFT SUSPECTS APPREHENDED: Charles County Sheriff reports that on Jan. 8, 2014, at 8:26 a.m., officers responded to Greenwood Place in Indian Head for the report of a theft in progress. A homeowner said a man and a woman drove up to his yard and loaded his ATV into the back of a minivan and fled after being detected. PFC T. Yates observed the van near Hawthorne Road and saw the ATV in the rear, hanging halfway out of the door. PFC Yates initiated a traffic stop and approached the driver who initially provided a false name. A computer check revealed the driver’s true identity as James Earl Rohme, 35, of Bryans Road. A records check revealed he was wanted for a theft. In addition, a license check revealed he was driving on a revoked license and it appeared he was intoxicated. The woman, Gloria Lynn Adams, 36, of Leonardtown was in possession of illegal prescription medication. The couple’s two-year-old child, who was in the back seat, was placed with child protective services. Rohme and Adams were charged with burglary and theft.
  • James Earl Rohme was indicted by the Charles County Grand Jury on Feb. 3, 2012, for multiple counts of DWI, assault and driving on a revoked permit. In a plea deal with Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington, all of the DWI and assault charges were dropped and Rohme was allowed to take a plea to disorderly conduct in one of the most egregious displays of prosecutorial misconduct on the part of Covington in his career.  As part of the Alford Plea deal, Rohme was given a 40-day suspended sentence.
  • James Earl Rohme was arrested by St. Mary’s Sheriff Department Deputy William Rishel on Aug. 26, 2007, as he operated a 2005 Dodge on Rt. 235 at Clarks Landing Road in Hollywood, Md., and charged him with DWI.  Rohme hired one of the most talented defense attorneys in Maryland, Wilmer R. Ticer, of LaPlata. In a plea deal on Feb. 19, 2008, Rohme entered a guilty plea to DWI. Court records do not reveal any fine or time.

MARCEL KWAME ROM, (DOB 11/26/1975), OF 1204 5TH Street, Apt. 204, Washington, D.C., was arrested for DWI and negligent driving on Jan. 2, 2020 at 1:47 am by Calvert Sheriff’s Department Deputy Crum as he operated a 2014 Chrysler on Bristol Drive at Bayside Road.  A court date is set for March 16, 2014, in Prince Frederick.

PIERCE THOMAS HALL, (DOB 02/07/1996), of 114 Delores Street, Owings, Md., was arrested on Jan. 13, 2020 at 8:40 pm by Calvert Sheriff Department Deputy Andrew Crum for DWI as he operated a 2013 KIA at 2780 Dalrymple Road in Calvert County.  Prince Frederick attorney Mark J. Palumbo is listed on court records representing Hall for the case in District Court in Calvert on March 16, 2020.

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JULIA CIALENE DIMICHELE, 22, (DOB 11/23/1997) of 6400 Randall Drive, Hughesville, Md., was arrested on Jan. 12, 2020 at 4:32 am for DWI by Calvert Sheriff’s Department Deputy Andrew Crum as she operated a 2013 Volkswagen east on Rt. 260 north of Rt. 2 in Calvert County, just as traffic was getting heavy in the morning rush hour. Waldorf attorney Thomas Edward Pyles represents Dimichele for her appearance in Calvert District Court on March 16, 2020.  On Valentines Day, Pyles filed a motion to dismiss the charges and suppress all the evidence in the case.

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GREGORY CORNELL JONES JR., (DOB 05/27/1984), of 22055 Baja Lane, Great Mills, Md., was arrested on Feb. 3, 2020, at 7:47 am by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Andrew Crum for DWI as he operated a 2014 BMW southbound on Md. Rt. 4 at Walnut Creek Road in Calvert County, Md. A provisional determination for the Taxpayers of Maryland to provide Jones with a free attorney has been made and a court date set for March 16, 2020.

  • Jones was arrested for DWI by Charles County Sheriff’s Department Deputy K. Makle on Oct. 1, 2017, at 1:25 am. Jones was awarded a free attorney, Michael Beach, provided by the Taxpayers of Maryland who arranged a plea deal on Feb. 9, 2018, with Charles States Attorney Tony Covington. Jones entered a guilty plea to DWI, and Covington drummed up yet another spectacular plea deal which clearly did nothing to make Maryland roads safer as Jones continued to drive while impaired as evidenced by his 2020 arrest. THE DEAL: Jones was given a verdict of Probation Before Judgement and sentenced to 60 days in the Charles County Jail with all of the jail time suspended.
  • Jones entered a guilty plea in St. Mary’s Circuit Court to possession of crack cocaine on Oct. 11, 2005, and sentenced to one year in jail with all but one month suspended.

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ROBERT GEORGE ARNSTEIN III, (DOB 01/30/1966) of 2513 Whippoorwill Way, Huntingtown Md., was arrested by Calvert Sheriff’s Department Deputy James Flynt for DWI on Jan. 3, 2020 at 9:27 pm for DWI-Drugs or Alcohol, as he operated a Ford Truck near Bowens Grocery Store in Huntingtown, Md.  A trial date is set for March 23, 2020, in District Court for Calvert County.  The big legal muscle of Senator Thomas E. Mike Miller Jr., an attorney with offices in Dunkirk, have been harnessed to keep Arnstein out of jail after Arnstein turned away a public defender.  

  • Arnstein might have some real tall explaining to do with the Judge and maybe Sen. Miller can help him find the words of remorse to answer the additional charges of failing to obey a lawful order and resisting arrest.
  • ROBERT GEORGE ARNSTEIN III was arrested once before for DWI, when Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy M. Quinn charged him on April 5, 2013, as he endangered the lives of other motorists on Md. Rt. 4 as he drove a 2008 Cadillac northbound at Georgianna Lane in Calvert County. With the able assistance of Sen. Miller as his barrister in District Court, Arnstein entered a guilty plea in a plea deal with Calvert States Attorney Laura Martin. THE DEAL: Arnstein was given a verdict of Probation Before Judgement on June 24, 2013, with no fine and no time. Clearly being a real dumbbell, Arnstein was cited for Violation of Probation on Nov. 18, 2013.  On April 13, 2015, court records show he failed to complete the CSAS Program.
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CATHERINE ELEANOR COYLE, (DOB 11/20/1985) of 11451 Green Acres Court, Dunkirk, Md., 20754, was arrested for DWI on Jan. 14, 2020 at 9:08 pm by Calvert Sheriff’s Department Deputy James Flynt as she operated a 2005 Chevy northbound on Rt. 4 at Bright Lane.  Coyle will appear in District Court on March 18, 2020, and the hapless Taxpayers of Maryland will be paying for her free attorney.

  • Catherine Coyle was found guilty of failing to control her speed to avoid a collision on Aug. 2, 2018, in a plea deal with the Calvert States Attorney and two counts of following too closely were dropped.  Following her arrest by Maryland State Trooper C. Esnes, Coyle pleaded guilty to driving without a permit on June 8, 2015, and was given Probation Before Judgement.
  • Catherine Coyle entered a guilty plea to driving without a permit on July 21, 2014, in Annapolis District Court following her arrest by Annapolis Police Officer T. Fedell. THE DEAL: A verdict of Probation Before Judgement.  Coyle also pleaded guilty to driving while suspended on Feb. 3, 2012, in Calvert District Court after she was arrested by Calvert Sheriff’s Department Deputy M. Economes. A bench warrant was issued for her on two occasions in order to bring her for a date with a Judge.

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ALLAN LAMONT HOYT, (DOB 06/02/1960), of 224 Deer Drive, Lusby, Md., was arrested on Jan. 22, 2020 at 10:58 am by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy James Flynt for DWI as he piloted a 2014 Ford northbound on the key DWI highway in Calvert County – Rt. 4 at Cortland Drive. The DWI alleged drivers of Calvert County sure are keeping Sen. Miller busy even though the General Assembly is in session, as the attorney for Hoyt is none other than Thomas E. Mike Miller Jr., the Senator from Calvert County. The court date for Hoyt and Senator Miller is March 18, 2020.

DYLAN THOMAS SULLENS, (DOB 06/30/1993) of 44693 White Oak Court, California, Md., was arrested on Jan. 4, 2020 at 2:40 am as he motored his 2016 Toyota Scion on Plum Point Road at Cox Road in Calvert County and was pulled over by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy J. Denton. Sullens was cited with DWI and negligent driving by citation to appear in District Court in Prince Frederick on Feb. 14, 2020, but when he failed to appear a bench warrant was issued for his immediate arrest.

CARLY MARIE HERBER, (DOB 05/22/1997) of 105 Austyn Court, Saint Leonard, Md., was traveling along on Armory Road at Dares Beach Road in the middle of Prince Frederick in her 2008 Mercury at 10:58 pm when she was arrested by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy J. Denton and cited for DWI and negligent driving. It is possible that her alleged failure to illuminate her voyage by turning on her headlights may have attracted the attention of Deputy Denton.  Herber has engaged the services of Prince Frederick attorney Mark J. Palumbo to plead her case in District Court on Feb. 18, 2020.

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MAPRI DESHON GRAY, (DOB 03/20/1974), of 605 Stillwater Lane, Prince Frederick, Md., was charged on Feb. 1, 2020, at 6:27 pm with DWI-Alcohol, reckless driving with wanton and willful disregard for the safety of people and property, and failing to control her speed to avoid a collision, when Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy B. Boerum determined cause to charge her on Prince Frederick Blvd. at Yearling Drive as she crashed her 2012 Cadillac truck. Gray, who could have called an Uber, now has engaged Prince Frederick attorney Mark J. Palumbo to fight for her innocence at trial in Calvert District Court on March 13, 2020.

DAVID JEREMY CRAFT, 39, (DOB 06/18/1980) of 315 Madeline Drive, Saint Leonard, Md., was charged by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy First Class Dean Naughton with DWI Drugs & Alcohol, and reckless driving on Jan. 13, 2020 at 9:28 pm.  The legal services of Mark T. Foley of the firm Sasscer, Clagett & Bucher of Upper Marlboro will be brought to bear on the pleadings of the Calvert States Attorney at trial on May 13, 2020.  Craft was stopped by Dep. Naughton as he operated his 2019 Ford on S. Solomon’s Island Road at Governors Run Road.

Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans with a Memorial dedicated painted Calvert patrol vehicle. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

JAMES MAXIMILLIAN BOVIS, (DOB 01/24/1990) of 673 Arleigh Road, Severna Park, Md., was charged with DWI – alcohol by Maryland State Trooper Kelly on Jan. 11, 2020 at 7:34 pm when the Trooper performed a traffic stop on Bovis as he operated a 2012 Honda as he drove southbound on Rt. 2 at Federal Oak Drive.  Bovis has hired Prince Frederick attorney Mark Palumbo to be his mouthpiece in Calvert District Court on Feb. 19, 2020.

DANIEL JOSEPH MCKEE, (DOB 06/17/1971) of 4811 Willows Road, Chesapeake Beach, Md., was charged with DWI – alcohol by Maryland State Trooper W. Costello on Jan. 10, 2020 at 9:03 pm. McKee was stopped while southbound on Rt. 4 (DWI International Highway( at Dunleigh Drive as he piloted a 2018 Ford truck. Prince Frederick attorney, Nicholas Ferrante has been employed by McKee to keep him out of jail on this charge and filed various motions in the case including one to move the trial to a date after Feb. 29, 2020.

STEPHANIE MARIE WHITE, (DOB 08/24/1969) of 705 Wild Cherry Lane, Saint Leonard, Md., faces charges of DWI-alcohol which she acquired courtesy of Maryland State Trooper B. White after a traffic stop on Md. Rt. 4 just north of Cove Point Road on Jan. 18, 2020 at 10:59 pm.  A court date was set for Feb. 25, 2020 when attorney Mark J. Palumbo of Prince Frederick is tasked with the chore of providing Stephanie White with a defense against the DUI charges placed by Trooper White.

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JOSEPH ISAIAH TYLER JR., (DOB 01/26/1965) of 12643 San Angelo Lane, Lusby, Md., was perhaps celebrating his birthday a little too much after his alleged DWI adventure while southbound on Rt. $ at Nursery Road, not far from his home, on Jan. 26, 2020 at 1:20 am. Perhaps keeping Tyler from crashing into a tree and never seeing the calendar roll around to another birthday, Maryland State Trooper B. White brought the alleged booze cruise to a halt.  Tyler knows a great DWI lawyer when he sees one and hired the best – Senator Mike Miller, who has conveniently located offices in Clinton and Dunkirk, to be his mouthpiece at trial in Calvert District Court on March 3, 2020.

  • Joseph Isaiah Tyler Jr. was driving along on Rousby Hall Road in Lusby in a 2006 Dodge Magnum when he was stopped by Maryland Trooper N. Rucker on Oct. 28, 2017, at 4:14 am and charged with DWI. In Calvert District Court on April 30, 2018, Tyler was found not guilty.
  • Joseph Isiah Tyler Jr. entered a guilty plea to the distribution of drugs in Calvert Circuit Court on Dec. 6, 2006 in a plea deal with the States Attorney who was spared the ordeal of providing a prosecution. THE DEAL: Tyler was sentenced to prison for 15 years with all, but 18 months suspended, which he was able to spend in the lap of luxury in the Calvert County jail in Barstow.
  • Joseph Isaiah Tyler Jr. entered a guilty plea to a felony charge of drug distribution on March 2, 2001, and picked up a sentence of four years in prison with none of the sentence suspended.

JOHN WESLEY MACKALL, (DOB 04/23/1961) of 5606 Long Beach Road, Saint Leonard, Md., was tooling along Md. Rt. 4 at Sixes Road near Prince Frederick, when Maryland State Trooper K. Stull performed a traffic stop on his 2008 Dodge Avenger!  The interlude between Mackall and Trooper Stull resulted in the charges of DWI-alcohol being placed against Mackall, who will either fork over big bucks to hire an experienced DWI attorney or place his fate in the hands of an over-worked and perhaps inexperienced public defender who can’t afford to buy tickets to the Election Golf Fundraisers or Breakfast $100 a Plate Fundraisers typically held by States Attorneys as a way of defense attorneys keeping in good graces with prosecutors.  Good attorneys never miss such functions, public defenders can’t afford to attend. End of story.  

  • JOHN WESLEY MACKALL was charged with DWI by Calvert Sheriff’s Department Deputy Jeffrey Denton on Feb. 21, 2017 when he was stopped by the deputy at 80 West Dares Beach Road in Prince Frederick, Md. Mackall hired former Judge Larry Lamson to provide a defense but the Calvert States Attorney, as part of a plea deal, accepted a guilty plea to parking where prohibited, and quickly sized up the competition and dropped the charges – perhaps hiding under the counsel table or fleeing the courtroom as well.

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NISA MUHAMMAD GREEN, (DOB 06/11/1988) of 537 Stamper Court, Prince Frederick, Md., found that being behind the wheel of a 2019 Dodge Charger was an exhilarating experience, perhaps made more of an adrenaline rush when driving while under the influence of Grey Goose or some other alcoholic beverage, as that is the allegation brought forth in DWI-alcohol charges placed against her by Maryland State Trooper Kelly on Jan. 18, 2020 at 2:15 am – just a few scant minutes after the bars closed down. The traffic stop occurred at Rt. 4 at Parkers Creek Road. While Green is being provided a free attorney, paid for by Maryland Taxpayers, it is often said that you get what you pay for.  Green will be looking for an easy deal or an opportunity to show that the charges brought against are bogus and will not prevail when her trial is held on Feb. 19, 2020. Newly appointed Calvert County States Attorney Jennifer Morton will have the opportunity to provide to the public proof that DWI drivers will be held accountable or simply follow in the footsteps of prior deal-making prosecutors.

OBBIE LEVI COMMODORE, (DOB 01/29/1963), of 1890 Parkers Creek Road, Port Republic, Md., faces charges of DWI-alcohol,  DWI-drugs & alcohol, reckless driving, negligent driving,  which she collected from Maryland State Trooper N. Rucker when he stopped her on Rt. 4 at Parkers Creek Road as she drove a 1999 Oldsmobile at 4:53 pm on Jan. 1, 2020.  The Taxpayers of Maryland provided her with a free attorney who arranged a plea deal with Calvert States Attorney Jennifer Morton, on Feb. 12, 2020. In honor of Abe Lincoln’s Birthday, Morton gave away the farm to the miscreant Commodore who entered a guilty plea to DWI. THE DEAL: a verdict of Probation Before Judgement and sixty days in the slammer with all of the jail time suspended and a fine of $257.50.  The brave prosecutor also piled in a requirement to have unsupervised probation for one year, which means Commodore won’t have to take along a probation officer when she goes out drinking.  The payment of the fine was deferred until March 13, 2020.  Charges of providing a phony ID and lying to the trooper were dropped as part of the plea deal.

Calvert Sheriff Mike Evans with Prince Frederick Attorney and Orphans Court Judge Ted LeBlanc. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

CHERYL LEE MCKINLAY, (DOB 07/02/1955), of 5650 Cheryl Lane, Chesapeake Beach, Md, was charged as she escaped from reality in her 2017 Ford Escape when stopped by Maryland State Trooper N. Rucker at 3914 Dalrymple Road in Chesapeake Beach, Md., on Feb. 3, 2020, at 12:52 am, which proves that this older Cinderella missed the pumpkin Uber to take her home. McKinlay has a trial set for March 9, 2020, but no record of an attorney has been noted yet on court records, thus HEAR YE, HEAR YE to Lawyers’ Row across from the courthouse – start mailing those business cards to her address!

NEAL MICHAEL DWYER, (DOB 09/17/1963) of 4345 Starr Jordan Drive, Annandale, Va., was charged on Jan. 25, 2020 at 3:47 pm by Maryland State Trooper Woolman with DWI-alcohol when he was stopped while driving southbound on Md. Rt. 4 at Ball Road as he operated a 2012 Nissan Murano.  A trial date in Calvert District Court is set for March 17, 2020.

ANTHONY JOHN KNITTEL, (DOB 03/27/1983) of 23507 Mervell Dean Road, Hollywood, Md., was sidelined from his great highway adventure on Feb. 3, 2020 at 12:03 am when stopped by Maryland State Trooper Kelly as he drove southbound on Md. Rt. 4 at Parran Road in a 2007 Ford Focus.  Knittel picked up about 18 traffic citations including DWI-alcohol, driving while his driving privilege is revoked, consuming suds while in the operation of a vehicle, and failing to obey a traffic device. A court date has been set for Knittel for March 19, 2020. Charges issued by St. Mary’s Deputy Daniel Holdsworth on June 20, 2019, for various violations, went unanswered when Knittel failed to appear in St. Mary’s District Court on Nov. 12, 2019. A bench warrant is active for Knittel. Court records show that Knittel has been driving without a permit since at least 2009 when he entered a guilty plea to that charge in St. Mary’s District Court on April 7, 2009.

Trooper Medic on the Maryland State Police helicopter closes the door on Trooper Seven after loading a patient. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

GERARD MICHAEL FRAGMAN, (DOB 08/23/1983) of 1166 Calvert Beach Road, St. Leonard, Md., was arrested DWI-Drugs,  Driving Veh While So Far Impaired By Drugs Cannot Drive Safely by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Bowlan on Jan. 28, 2020 at 8:34 am when Dep. Bowlan performed a traffic stop on Fragman’s 2017 Ford F-150 on Rt. 2 at Mount Harmony Road.  While it is unknown who pays for any drugs enjoyed by Fragman or for his Ford truck, the Taxpayers of Maryland are picking up the check for his free attorney in Calvert District Court on March 9, 2020.

CHRISTOPHER ROBERT LEIZEAR, (DOB 02/25/2000) 4420 S. Shore Drive, Prince Frederick Md., was charged with DWI-Alcohol, reckless driving, and violating a license restriction by Calvert Sheriff’s Department Deputy T. Plant on Feb. 8, 2020, at 5:39 am. Leizear was stopped by Deputy Plant as he drove a GMC truck on Old Field Lane in Prince Frederick.  Leizear declined to have a public defender and was released on his own recognizance from the Calvert Jail. Trial for this case has been set for March 25, 2020.

TYLER RICHARD BROTHERTON, (DOB 09/15/1996) of 4108 Riverview Court, Dunkirk, Md., was arrested by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy N. Savick for DWI-Alcohol on Feb. 9, 2020, at 12:48 am. The deputy performed a traffic stop on Brotherton’s 2016 Ford on Lyons Creek Road at Longleaf Lane and determined the sobriety of the accused. A trial has been set for April 14, 2020, in Calvert District Court.

REYQUON DAVONTEE HOLLAND, (DOB 12/09/1998) of 1445 Coster Road, Lusby, Md., was charged by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy K. Parks on Jan. 12, 2020 at 1:23 am with DWI-Alcohol when he stopped Holland who was operating a 2017 Chevy southbound on Md. Rt. 4 at Broomes Island Road. The charges are set for trial in Calvert District Court on March 20, 2020.

SHAINA DANIELLE CHAVES, (DOB 10/21/1986) of 1795 Stone Drive, Huntingtown, Md., was charged by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy K. Parks with DWI – Alcohol, negligent driving, driving with a suspended registration, on Jan. 21, 2020 at 9:51 pm in a traffic stop as she traveled northbound on Md. Rt. 4 at Mulberry Lane. Chaves was operating a 2013 Chevy Sonic.

PATRICIA COLEY LEE, (DOB 02/22/1985) of 3604 Cox Court, Huntingtown, Md., was charged with DWI-drugs, by Calvert Sheriff’s Department Deputy S. Stevens on Feb. 11, 2020, at 8:29 am. TAXPAYER ALERT: Lee has been deemed eligible to have a free attorney for trial in Calvert District Court on March 19, 2020. It is also alleged that Lee had some of that stuff that junkies use to shoot up heroin and equipment used for the distribution of drugs.

DWI REPEAT OFFENDER

ALAN BONHAM BROOKS, (DOB 02/22/1994) of Lusby, Md., was cited on Jan. 24, 2020 at 12:40 am by Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Robert Shrawder with DWI-Alcohol as he operated a 2018 Ford until pulled over in a traffic stop on Md. Rt. 4 and Dowell Road. Ironically, the very people that Brooks endangered while allegedly driving while impaired by booze – the Taxpayers of Maryland – are providing him with a free attorney! How’s that for involuntary goodness courtesy of the ruling class of the numbskulls of the Maryland General Assembly who have created the laws that punish taxpayers instead of drunk drivers. It is unknown if the taxpayers also involuntarily provided the alleged booze for Brooks.

DWI HIT PARADE Copyright 2019
  • As readers might well imagine, the 2020 DWI arrest is not the first rodeo for ALAN BONHAM BROOKS, as he was arrested for DWI on May 4, 2018, at 9:00 pm in St. Mary’s County by Maryland State Trooper Manning as he operated a 2000 Jeep Cherokee on Rt. 235 at Quality Way in Lexington Park, Md. In yet another case of Alice in Wonderland Maryland Judiciary, the case was been postponed from Aug. 1, 2018, to March 26, 2020, in St. Mary’s District Court. 
  • Brooks failed to appear in court on Aug. 1, 2018, and a bench warrant was issued for his arrest. Perhaps due to his home address not being listed in Maryland MVA records, the Sheriff Deputies or State Police could not find him.  When Calvert Deputy Shrawder found him on Rt. 4, and DWI again, he was served with the bench warrant for failing to appear in court for the first arrest.
  • In a plea deal in Worcester County District Court on Sept. 26, 2016, the Worcester County States Attorney allowed Brooks to plead guilty to theft and dropped two burglary charges. Brooks failed to appear in court and his bond of $3,000 was forfeited. On Nov. 13, 2017, Brooks was ordered held without bond. On Jan. 24, 2020, he was allowed to post bond $557.00 in Calvert County, and once again released from jail.  A hearing for contempt of court is pending on Feb. 28, 2020, in Worcester District Court in Ocean City.
  • Alan Bonham Brooks entered a guilty plea in a plea bargain deal with Charles County States Attorney Tony Covington to driving while suspended on April 27, 2015, and court records for the case show that Brooks was living at an address on Town Creek Drive in Lexington Park, Md. THE DEAL: Brooks was given Probation Before Judgment.
Darryl Wayne Icenhower.

On February 10, 2020, Calvert County Sheriff’s Department Deputy B. Sampson conducted a traffic stop in the area of Route 231 and Prince Frederick Boulevard in Prince Frederick. After making contact with the driver, Darryl Wayne Icenhower, 27, Icenhower was removed from the vehicle and a search was conducted which resulted in an eyeglass case containing a metal spoon with blue residue and burn marks, an orange syringe cap, paper folds containing two plastic baggies of a blue powder substance suspected to be heroin, 6 cotton cigarette filters, and a small cotton ball with suspected heroin residue. A second spoon was located in the glove compartment, as well as two partial Suboxone strips in wrappers. Icenhower was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with CDS: Possession- Not Marijuana, and CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia.

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