LEXINGTON PARK, MD – A regular of the Lexington Park crime ghetto is once again through the revolving door of the St. Mary’s County Jail, courtesy of District Court Judge Christy Chesser, who allowed him to walk out based on his signature, no money down, just another day in the Alice in Wonderland Judiciary of Maryland.
St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Department Deputy Kevin Meyer arrested Osirus Holmes on June 29, 2023, and filed charges in District Court for St. Mary’s County of felony robbery charges, along with two counts of second-degree assault and theft. The charges are for an incident alleged to have taken place on June 28, 2023. Court records show that Holmes also uses the alias of Elijah Holmes and Elijah Holmes Jr.
Court records show that Holmes (DOB 8/10/1997), of 22004 Valley Estates Drive, Apt. 257, is being represented by a public defender provided by the Taxpayers of Maryland.
District Court Judge Christy Holt Chesser ordered that Holmes be released from jail on August 2, 2023. Judge Chesser allowed Holmes to be released without posting any bail. Holmes was ordered to show up for a hearing on August 31, 2023. Judge Chesser should have remembered finding Holmes guilty of second-degree assault on November 7, 2019. Judge Chesser found that Holmes was in violation of the terms of his probation on April 28, 2022.
Calvert County States Attorney Bob Harvey allowed Holmes to escape the jail on May 24, 2021, when he gave an easy plea deal to Holmes for charges of violating a protective order, harassing a person by use of a phone and a by email by putting the charges on the Stet Docket. At six foot four inches tall, Holmes being allowed to escape consequences for ignoring prior court orders borders on irresponsible on the part of the prosecutor, and Judge Robyn Riddle approved the outcome.
St. Mary’s County States Attorney Richard Fritz placed theft charges against Holmes on the Stet Docket on March 22, 2018. The Deal: no fine, no time. Gina M. Fioravanti represented Holmes in the case.
Osirus Holmes is a rooster in Lexington Park, with Lashawn Panagakos pursuing him for child support. In the Circuit Court of Calvert County, court records show that Osirus Holmes was proven to be the father of a child he sired with Princess Proctor as his Rooster duties carried him across the Patuxent River from St. Mary’s County, according to court records, on September 30, 2020. “The defendant is hereby adjudicated and declared the natural father of said minors. Ordered the Defendant shall pay through the Maryland Child Support Account the sum of Five Hundred Seventy-Seven Dollars ($577) per Month for the support of said minor children.”
Oddly enough, court records are terse and without explanation. On May 27, 2021, court records for Osirus Holmes state: “Ordered, that the defendant’s obligation to pay on-going child support in the amount of Five Hundred Seventy-Seven and no/100 Dollars ($577.00) per month is hereby terminated.”
TOUGH GUY HOLMES WON A ROUND OVER A TODDLER
However, the crowning glory in the assault aspect of Holmes’ life took place on February 10, 2017, when he was charged with shaking a toddler until the child became lifeless, according to a police report. St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron provided this report: St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Detectives Charge Suspect with Child Abuse.
Conditions imposed on Osirus Holmes by Judge
On February 10, 2017, Detective M. Hulse of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Department responded to the Charles Regional Medical Center located in La Plata, Maryland, for the report of child abuse. The investigation revealed a three-year-old juvenile victim received serious injuries while in the care and custody of 21-year-old Elijah Holmes Jr, of Lexington Park, Maryland. Due to the severity of the victim’s injuries, he was transported to another hospital for further medical treatment.
The initial account of events provided by Holmes on how the victim received the injuries was not consistent with medical reports. Subsequently, an additional interview was conducted. At that time, Holmes admitted to shaking the victim out of anger until he became lifeless.
Holmes was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center on February 15, 2017, where he was charged with the following:
- Child Abuse 2nd Degree-Custodian
- Assault Second Degree
Holmes was indicted by the St. Mary’s County Grand Jury for child abuse in the first degree, causing severe physical injury.
Are Court Records Confused, or do the Holmes brothers use each other’s identity?
A plea deal approved by St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz in Circuit Court and overseen by Circuit Court Judge David Densford took place on August 21, 2017. Court records of the District Court and Circuit Court of Maryland for St. Mary’s County show that the alias of Elijah Holmes and Osirus Holmes share the same address of 2204 Valley Drive Unit 257. The date of birth of Elijah Holmes in the shaken baby assault on court records is (DOB 9/4/1995). While Elijah Holmes and Osirus Holmes may be the same person, or court clerks have confused the records, it is not uncommon in the Hood for dirtbags to use the identity of a family member when being arrested for various crimes.
St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reported on October 12, 2018, that Osirus Holmes, 21, of Port Tobacco, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for four counts of Assault 2nd Degree, Sex Offense 4th Degree, and two counts of Child Abuse by Dep. Raley.
Even his Daddy Doesn’t Want Elijah Holmes Jr darkening his doorstep.
Maryland District Court Judge Kenneth Talley ordered Elijah Holmes Jr. never to set foot on his daddy’s doorstep again, not to call him, abuse him or annoy him. The order was the result of a petition for a protective order filed by Elijah Holmes Sr, on October 23, 2016, in Charles County District Court.
Court records show that St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz gave Osirus Holmes a plea deal on November 7, 2019, in St. Mary’s District Court when Holmes entered a guilty plea to misdemeanor second-degree assault and Judge Christy Holt Chesser sentenced Holmes to fifteen days in the slammer. Being a professional dirtbag, Holmes violated the terms of his probation, and Judge Chesser issued a bench warrant for his arrest on August 27, 2020.