DWI HIT PARADE: Drug dealer Calvin Douglas slammed into a tree sending two passengers flying to trauma units
LEXINGTON PARK, MD. A cruise operated by Calvin Matthew Douglas on Rt. 235 was a harrowing experience for his passengers, but the outcome couldn’t have been too much of a surprise to him given his record of a proclivity for drug usage and driving while intoxicated.
St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on May 3, 2020, that Douglas was operating a 2004 Ford Expedition that left Rt. 235 in the area of Turkey Neck Road as he traveled north and struck a tree. Jamie Shammara Nicole Biscoe, 32, of Lexington Park, Md., was ejected from the vehicle and another passenger, Blair Elizabeth Spicer, 29, was also injured. Both passengers were flown to a trauma center. Douglas was loaded into a meatwagon and carted of to a hospital with what Cameron referred to as “incapacitating injuries.”
Spicer sought custody of a child from Douglas on April 14, 2016, in St. Mary’s Circuit Court and voluntarily dismissed the action on May 17, 2016.
Calvin Matthew Douglas, (DOB 04/14/1985) of 22521 Iverson Drive #1, Great Mills, Md., was arrested for DWI by Maryland State Trooper Eric Reuschling on Feb. 21, 2011 when he was stopped while operating a 2003 Chevy southbound on Md. Rt. 5 just north of Maypole Road in Leonardtown, Md. In a plea deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz on April 27, 2011, Douglas entered a guilty plea to DWI. THE DEAL: The gift for Douglas was a verdict of Probation Before Judgement.
Douglas was indicted by the Grand Jury of St. Mary’s County for distribution of drugs on Dec. 12, 2013, and on Sept. 26, 2014 entered a guilty plea to the indictment, picking up a plea deal with Fritz. THE DEAL: Fritz let Douglas off the hook of having to spend time in the Maryland Prison System when a sentence of seven years was suspended to serving two years six months. On Oct. 1, 2014, court records show that Douglas was committed to the St. Mary’s County Jail.
In spite of operating a successful narcotics distribution business, a virtual direct marketing success story, Douglas usually has the taxpayers of Maryland pay for his legal representation, the most recent of which was Johanna Fortuna Cimino of the Leonardtown camp of the Public Defender’s Office. That event was when Douglas entered a guilty plea to disorderly conduct following his arrest by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Department Deputy John Davis on Jan. 1, 2019. The plea deal netted Douglas two days in the Hotel St. Mary’s. Douglas was also given orders by a District Court Judge to keep away from a victim in a case of domestic assault on June 16, 2019, in an order that is valid through July 2, 2020.
Biscoe is also known by aliases Jaliyah Renee Thomas, and Jalynn Shontaye Thomas with an address on Pleasant Drive in Lexington Park, Md. Both women use the Social Services to assist them in tracking down the identity of the fathers of their children in order to obtain child support and for arresting the DNA Designated Daddy when he fails to provide the court-ordered support.