RAPE & CHILD PORN: Indictments and arrests flood St. Mary’s Courts like a plague of locusts and cockroaches

COURT NEWS: Thomas Moreland was granted freedom pending trial on child sex and child porn charges by Judge Michael Stamm

LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – The St. Mary’s County Grand Jury issued a criminal indictment against Thomas Lavon Moreland (DOB 06/14/2002) of 18871 Three Notch Road (Rt. 235), Lexington Park, Md, located in Spring Ridge, for alleged sex offenses in the fourth degree with fourteen and fifteen-year-olds and for soliciting them for child pornography. An arrest warrant was issued on August 2, 2022, and a bond hearing was held on August 10, 2022 before St. Mary’s Circuit Court Judge Michael Stamm. Judge Stamm. As a result of the hearing, court records do not reflect the amount or conditions of pre-trial supervision. Jail records show Moreland is not incarcerated as of August 15, 2022.
A court hearing to review the status of the case is set before Judge Stamm on September 23, 2022, with a motion hearing on October 28, and a jury trial is scheduled for December 13, 2022.

COURT NEWS: Back in the slammer on a rape rap for Nathan Allen

LEXINGTON PARK, MD – Maybe they kept a light on for him just like Motel 6, because a Lexington Park man is back in the slammer again.

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Nathan Javon Allen (DOB 07/06/2001) of 21428 Manon Way, Lexington Park, Md, represented by attorney Robert Castro, entered a guilty plea in St. Mary’s Circuit Court on August 13, 2021, to having a loaded gun in a vehicle and attempting to elude police officers in a vehicle. In the plea deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz, Allen was sentenced by Circuit Court Judge Joseph Stanalonis to three years in prison, with all of the prison time suspended but for eighteen months.
Court records show sentencing took place on Dec. 10, 2021, and that a petition was filed with the court on February 28, 2022, to reconsider the length of the sentence and, instead of remaining in the hoosegow for the entire suspended sentence, not to mention the three years of the original sentence, was allowed to be free for credit of 306 days of time served prior to sentencing.
On August 10, 2022, Allen was jailed and remains in custody on a charge of second-degree rape. The Maryland Court records maintained by the District Court, and Circuit Courts of St. Mary’s County carry two different spellings of the first name of Allen. District Court filing shows his first name as Nathan, while the Circuit prefers the spelling of his first name as Nathon. The St. Mary’s Jail bookings display his name as Nathan Javon Allen.
St. Mary’s Circuit Court shows Nathon Javon Allen, (DOB 07/06/2001) of 21704 N. Essex Drive, Lexington Park, Md., being served the indictment handed down by the St. Mary’s County Grand Jury on August 1, 2022, charging him with second-degree rape. At a bond review in St. Mary’s Circuit Court on August 11, 2022, a pretrial supervision summary was noted, Allen entered a plea of not guilty, and on August 14, 2022, the taxpayers of Maryland were put on the hook to pay for an attorney from the Public Defender’s Office for this dirtbag.
While wasting away his days and nights in the slammer in the Hotel St. Mary’s, Allen can dream about his big fling in Ocean City on June 11, 2022, when Maryland State Trooper C. Shubert stopped Allen at 12:24 am on Md. Rt. 50 at Philadelphia Avenue while operating a 2016 Honda at 76 mph in a 35 mph speed zone. Should Allen fail to appear for court in Worcester County on November 17, 2022, to face that traffic charge, along with a couple of others, he will be liable for a fine of $530.

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COURT NEWS: Suckow is not wanted at home, and a new home awaits in the slammer if convicted of second-degree rape

AIDAN PAUL SUCKOW, of 22874 Thornbury Road, Hollywood, Maryland, was given a stay away order in a domestic violence case brought by Scott Suckow to follow the orders of a District Court Judge to stay away from the victim, to not abuse, or have any contact. Aidan Suchow was ordered to surrender any firearms and to stay away from the home. The order was made final on October 6, 2021, in St. Mary’s District Court. The court clerks in St Mary’s County like to have their own versions of the names of those listed in court documents, perhaps as a matter of style.
The St. Mary’s Circuit Court Clerk’s office lists Aiden Paul Suckow with his first name spelled “Aiden” as opposed to the District Court style of “Aidan”.
The St. Mary’s County Grand Jury handed down three felony counts of rape in the second degree and one count of having vaginal intercourse with children between the age of fourteen and fifteen. The charges indicate there were three victims.
A bond hearing for Aiden Suckow took place on August 9, 2022, in St. Mary’s Circuit Court, as Judge Joseph Stanalonis presided, where the Alice in Wonderland Maryland Judiciary’s finest decided to allow Suckow to be released from jail. Motion hearings are set for October and a jury trial in December before Judge Michael Stamm.

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COURT NEWS: Paco Percell Moment Jr. charged with two counts of second-degree rape

LEONARDTOWN, MD. – The St. Mary’s County Circuit Court Grand Jury handed down two felony indictments against Paco Percell Moment Jr. of 23587 Belmar Drive, Leonardtown, Md, on August 1, 2022. The counts allege he committed two counts of second-degree rape. Moment appeared before St. Mary’s Circuit Court Judge Joseph Stanalonis on August 9, 2022, for a bail bond review.
The taxpayers of Maryland will provide Moment with a free attorney for his trial on December 13, 2022.
If convicted of rape and sent to the Big House, Moment will share many tender moments with the lifers in the prison as he is 5’9” and weighs 150 pounds. Maybe if they let him take his football uniform with him to prison, he might get some respect.

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COURT NEWS: ISAIAH LUTTRELL is working his way up the crime ladder to spending life in prison

LEONARDTOWN, MD. – Living a life of crime dictates that prospective criminals must start their career somewhere and one man has moved from domestic assault to charges on felony counts that could lead to prison time for decades.
That is what Isaiah Tremaine Luttrell (DOB 10/22/1999) of 22489 Old Hewitt Road, California, Maryland did when he was ordered by District Court Judge Robyn Riddle to stay away, not abuse, not bother or assault and threaten Margaret McCoy on December 31, 2019.
St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on October 18, 2018, Dep. Henry was conducting stationary radar in the 24000 block of Three Notch Road in Hollywood when a vehicle was observed operating at 72 miles per hour in a posted 55-mile zone.
Cameron says the vehicle was stopped, and contact was made with the operator Isaiah Tremaine Luttrell, 18, of Lexington Park. Dep. Henry immediately recognized the strong odor of marijuana emitting from Luttrell and the vehicle.
A search revealed five baggies of suspected marijuana located in Luttrell’s jacket; total combined weight of the baggies yielded 121 grams. Luttrell was arrested and charged with CDS Possess-Marijuana 10 + grams.
Court records show that Maryland State Police Trooper Jeremy Pope arrested Luttrell on August 10, 2022, and charged him with felony child pornography in sex acts, third degree-sexual acts, possession of a firearm by a person with a previous felony conviction, illegal possession of ammo, possession of a loaded gun in a vehicle and packing pot in an amount over ten grams.
Court records show that Luttrell was jailed pending a commitment hearing on August 11, 2022 and was released from the slammer the same day by District Court Judge James Tanavage who ordered the jailhouse doors to swing wide open for this alleged miscreant child pornographer. The next court date for Luttrell is September 2, 2022.

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COURT NEWS: MARQUELL DEVONTE AUSTIN INDICTED FOR SECOND-DEGREE RAPE

LEONARDTOWN, MD. – The St. Mary’s County Grand Jury indicted Marquel Devonte Austin on one count of second-degree rape on August 1, 2021. Court records show that Austin, (DOB 09/26/1995) of 145 Jefferson Road, Waldorf, Md., appeared in St. Mary’s Circuit Court for a bond hearing on August 10, 2022.

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Austin enjoyed easy treatment from Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington on September 24, 2018, when four counts, two of them felonies, were all placed on the Stet Docket. The charges were robbery, burglary, assault, and theft. Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry reported that on April 12, 2018, at 4:15 p.m., officers responded to a residence on Oak Manor Drive in Waldorf for the report of a home invasion. This is a tough neighborhood to be bashing down doors without an expectation of being greeted by gunfire.
Police say the victim’s ex-boyfriend broke into her residence, assaulted her, stole her cell phone, and fled. A warrant was obtained, and Marquel Devonte Austin, 22, of Waldorf, was arrested later that day. He was charged with assault, robbery, home invasion, breaking and entering and theft.
Court records show that Circuit Court Judge Joseph Stanalonis sent Austin out of the jail on August 10, 2022, to wherever he wants to cool his heels with an undetermined amount of pre-trial supervision. A court date is set for September 19, 2022.

COURT NEWS: Joshua David Dixon charged with attempted rape

LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – An indictment for attempted second-degree rape was served on Joshua David Dixon (DOB 12/26/2000) on August 12, 2022.  Dixon entered a plea of not guilty in St. Mary’s Circuit Court and was granted bail with a trial set for January 4, 2023.

COURT NEWS: Christopher Thomas Brown charged with Rape

LEONARDTOWN, MD. – Court records show that The St. Mary’s Circuit Court Grand Jury issued an indictment against Christopher Thomas Brown for second-degree rape on August 1, 2022.

On 8/14/2022, Christopher Thomas Brown, 24, of Waldorf, MD, was arrested by TFC J. Greathouse for Rape Second Degree.

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