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Assault- On January 7, 2018, Dep. Budd responded to the 21000 block of Chancellors Run Road, in Great Mills, for a report of an assault.  Upon arrival contact was made with the victim who displayed injuries; the victim advised the injuries were caused by Suspect Tony Sylvester Thompson, age 46, of Great Mills.  According to the victim, Thompson tackled the victim to the ground causing injury to the victim’s face and elbow.  Thompson was arrested and charged with Assault 2nd Degree.  CASE# 1152-18

Tony Sylvester Thompson  

Weapons Violation/Trespassing- On January 8, 2018, in the 23000 block of Great Mills Road, located in Great Mills,  DFC. Gaskill became aware of a trespasser who was riding his bicycle  through the hallways.  DFC. Gaskill contacted the suspect and identified him to be Donte James Jeter-Prince, age 19, of Lexington Park.  Subsequent to arrest Jeter-Prince was found to be in possession of a folding knife.  Jeter-Prince was arrested and charged with Trespass on school grounds, Dangerous Weapon on School Property, and Dangerous Weapon Conceal.  CASE# 1255-18

Donte James Jeter-Prince

Violation of Protective Order- On January 9, 2018, Cpl. Reppel responded to the 41000 block of Shadrick Street, located in Leonardtown, for a reported protective order violation.  Upon arrival
Suspect Nicole Corine Underwood, age 27, of Leonardtown, was found on the premises, which is in violation of a final protective order.  Underwood was arrested and charged with Violation-Final Protective Order.  CASE# 1327-18

Nicole Corine Underwood

Attempting to Elude Uniformed Police-  On January 9, 2018, Dep. Holdsworth was in the 38000 block of Golden Beach Road, in Mechanicsville, when he observed a vehicle he knows to be operated by an individual with outstanding warrants.  Dep. Holdsworth was able to positively identify the vehicle was being operated by Suspect Jessy James Snead, age 39, of California, who had an outstanding felony warrant.  Dep. Holdsworth attempted to stop the vehicle, at which time the suspect refused to stop and continued to Route 5; the suspect then continued to travel north into Charles County where he was ultimately stopped and taken into custody.  Snead was served the outstanding Violation of Probation Warrant/Armed Robbery; he was also charged with Attempting to Elude Uniformed Police by Failing to Stop and Elude Police by Failing to Stop Vehicle.  CASE# 1391-18

Jessy James Snead