St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office – Juvenile Arrests – May 2019

June 10, 2019

The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office released the following information regarding Juvenile Apprehensions for the Month of May 2019.

No further information is available at this time.

May 6, 2019: A 12-year-old female from Lexington Park was arrested for Second-Degree Assault by Deputy Michael Rycyzyn. Case # 26539-19

May 7, 2019: A 15-year-old male from Lexington Park was arrested for Unlawful Taking of a Motor Vehicle by Deputy Andrew Budd. Case # 26746-19

May 8, 2019: A 15-year-old male from Lexington Park was arrested for Second-Degree Assault by Deputy Andrew Burgess. Case # 26320-19

May 9, 2019: A 12-year-old male from Great Mills was arrested for Deadly Weapon on School Property at Esperanza Middle School by Deputy Michael Graves. Case # 27046-19

May 9, 2019: An 11-year-old female from Lexington Park was arrested for Malicious Destruction of Property, Value – $1,000 by Deputy Benjamin Luffey. Case # 27157-19

May 9, 2019: A 13-year-old female from Lexington Park was arrested for Second-Degree Assault and Disruption of School Activity at Spring Ridge Middle School by Cpl. Shaun Carberry. Case # 27078-19

May 9, 2019: A 17-year-old male from Lexington Park was arrested for Second-Degree Assault by DFC Blaine Gaskill. Case # 27096-19

May 12, 2019: A 13-year-old male from Mechanicsville was arrested for Second-Degree Assault and Theft: $100 to under $1,500 by Deputy Alexander Wynnyk. Case # 27300-19

May 13, 2019: A 12-year-old male from California was arrested for Second-Degree Assault, Affray and Disruption of School Activities at Esperanza Middle School by Deputy Austin Edelen. Case # 27820-19

May 13, 2019: An 11-year-old female from Great Mills was arrested for three counts of Second-Degree Assault, affray and Disruption of School Activities at Esperanza Middle School by Deputy Austin Edelen. Case # 27820-19

May 13, 2019: A 14-year-old female from Lexington Park was arrested for Second-Degree Assault by Deputy Andrew Burgess. Case # 27888-19

May 16, 2019: A 13-year-old male from St. Inigoes was arrested for Second-Degree Assault and Affray at Spring Ridge Middle School by Deputy James Fretwell. Case # 28398-19

May 16, 2019: A 13-year-old male from Lexington Park was arrested for Second-Degree Assault, Affray and Disturbing School Operation at Spring Ridge Middle School by Deputy James Fretwell. Case # 28598-19

May 16, 2019: A 15-year-old male from Mechanicsville was arrested for CDS: Administer Marijuana, Possession of Marijuana and Disruption of School Activities at Chopticon High School by Cpl. Andrew Holton. Case # 28394-19

May 16, 2019: A 14-year-old male from Lexington Park was arrested for Deadly Weapon on School Property at Esperanza Middle School by Cpl. Shaun Carberry. Case # 28411-19

May 17, 2019: A 16-year-old male from Hollywood was arrested for Malicious Destruction of Property, Value $1,000+ by Cpl. Brandon Foor. Case # 28686-19

May 18, 2019: A 17-year-old female from Mechanicsville was arrested for Violation of Electronic Monitor, Malicious Destruction of Property: $1,000 and Possession of an Alcoholic Beverage by a Person Under the Age of 21 by Deputy Latisha Baker. Case # 28688-19

May 20, 2019: A 13-year-old male from Lexington Park was arrested for Second-Degree Assault by Deputy Michael Rycyzyn. Case # 29231-19

May 20, 2019: A 15-year-old male from California was arrested for Second-Degree Assault and Disruption of School Operation at Great Mills High School by Deputy Alexander Wynnyk. Case # 29163-19

May 21, 2019: A 14-year-old male from Lexington Park was arrested for Second-Degree Assault by Deputy Max Schell. Case # 28382-19

May 21, 2019: A 16-year-old male from Lexington Park was arrested for Theft less than $100 by Deputy James Fretwell. Case # 29396-19

May 21, 2019: A 16-year-old female from Great Mills was arrested for Telephone Misuse by Deputy Max Schell. Case # 29375-19

May 21, 2019: A 16-year-old male from Lexington Park was arrested for Second-Degree Assault and Disturbing School Activity at Great Mills High School by Deputy Max Schell. Case # 29401-19

May 22, 2019: A 17-year-old male from Tall Timbers was arrested for Second-Degree Assault by Cpl. Angela Delozier. Case # 25625-19

May 22, 2019: A 16-year-old male from Mechanicsville was arrested for Possession of Marijuana and Disruption of School Activities at Fairlead Academy by Cpl. Andrew Holton. Case # 28394-19

May 22, 2019: A 15-year-old female from Lexington Park was arrested for Second-Degree Assault, Affray and Disruption of School Activities at Great Mills High School by DFC Blaine Gaskill. Case # 29629-19

May 22, 2019: A 14-year-old female from Great Mills was arrested for Second-Degree Assault, Affray and Disruption of School Activities at Great Mills High School by DFC Blaine Gaskill. Case # 29629-19

May 22, 2019: A 12-year-old female from Lexington Park was arrested for Electronic Mail Harass – Minor by Cpl. Shaun Carberry. Case # 29615-19

May 26, 2019: An 11-year-old female from Lexington Park was arrested for Second-Degree Assault by Deputy Travis Wimberly. Case # 30505-19

May 26, 2019: A 12-year-old female from Lexington Park was arrested for Second-Degree Assault by Deputy Travis Wimberly. Case # 30505-19

May 27, 2019: An 11-year-old male from Lexington Park was arrested for Second-Degree Assault by Deputy Latisha Baker. Case # 30682-19

May 28, 2019: A 15-year-old male from Charlotte Hall was arrested for Theft: $100 to $1,500 by Deputy Matthew Beyer. Case # 30899-19

May 28, 2019: A 12-year-old female from Mechanicsville was arrested for Second-Degree Assault by Deputy Joseph Bowling. Case # 30869-19

May 28, 2019: A 15-year-old female from Mechanicsville was arrested for Second-Degree Assault by Deputy Austin Edelen. Case # 30869-19

May 29, 2019: A 13-year-old female from California was arrested for Second-Degree Assault by Deputy Benjamin Luffey. Case # 30936-19

May 30, 2019: A 15-year-old male from Mechanicsville was arrested for Fourth-Degree Sex Offense – Sex Contact and Second-Degree Assault by DFC James Bare. Case # 28404-19

May 30, 2019: A 14-year-old male from Lexington Park was arrested for Second-Degree Assault by Deputy Andrew Budd. Case # 31240-19

16 Responses to St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office – Juvenile Arrests – May 2019

  1. Used to work there... on June 10, 2019 at 9:00 pm

    I find it interesting that 2 or more cases last month of “a deadly weapon” on school grounds and the public was not made aware. What kind of deadly weapon? Gun? Knife? Bazooka?

  2. MikeinMorganza on June 11, 2019 at 6:18 am

    For crying out loud, these kids are out of control.

  3. ziggy on June 11, 2019 at 6:59 am

    Makes you wonder about their parents. These are some really young kids, starting out very badly in life. The courts want do much with juveniles, but turn them back over to their parents and some are worst than the kids. Makes me wonder just how bad the future is going to be for our young kids of today, scary

  4. Anonymous on June 11, 2019 at 7:21 am

    oh no, those precious little snowflakes

  5. Anna Johnson on June 11, 2019 at 9:27 am

    Sounds like St. Mary’s teens need anger management and compassion training

    • MAV on June 12, 2019 at 12:07 pm

      No, Sounds like St. Mary’s teens need to be taken behind the wood shed and given a butt whooping. And then it is the parents turn. Parents need to stop “electronic” parenting….take away the video games, cell phones, tablets, Ipads, and TV and talk to your kids about right and wrong and consequences….take them outside, don’t sit them down in front of a tv or gaming system or give them you phone to play with…..teach them how to behave in public without an electronic toy to keep them busy….give them a BOOK!!!!

  6. Used too on June 11, 2019 at 10:06 am

    Why is the school system covering up the “assault with a deadly weapon” incidents? I feel that is something the public needs to know. It will help people make smart decisions when relocating with children.

  7. Anonymous on June 11, 2019 at 4:26 pm

    I don’t understand why you are putting kids age on social media that there real problems in this world besides kids fighting each other you need to worry about the adults and maybe if you put a teen youth center where the kids can plays basketball and other thing every other county has something and st Mary’s has non thing for these kids to do

    • MAV on June 12, 2019 at 12:12 pm

      Why should there be a “youth center” when they can’t seem to keep their hands to themselves, have no regard for others property and have it destroyed within a couple months? Didn’t have a “youth center” when I was growing up and I’m an educated, hard working, employed, responsible, homeowner…..I worked on the family farm, worked at friends farms, had chores and played outside with friends and family….but I also knew that actions have consequences and these kids don’t. Maybe seeing these “tween” “teen” age kids on here people will start parenting and not letting other people or things (electronics) do it for them.

  8. jjudy on June 11, 2019 at 5:54 pm

    Charles co is bad but looks like st Marys has them beat but then they do not report was goes on here

  9. Truth Hurts on June 11, 2019 at 7:41 pm

    Them “Why don’t you fertilize your lawn to kill the weeds?”
    Me “Why are your kids acting like retarded degenerates? Is it because YOU Fertilizer your lawn?”
    Point of the post is that its not necessarily the parents faut but look at whats in the food or water.

  10. Robin Harris on June 11, 2019 at 10:00 pm

    Them Bebe’s kids, shiiiiii#.

  11. JR on June 12, 2019 at 7:57 am

    Need to beat that ass and take away that dam phone and there car that parents are paying for. The parents need to take control.

  12. Anonymous on June 12, 2019 at 12:01 pm

    I forget, what’s the minimal age to carry a firearm in Maryland?

  13. Anonymous on June 12, 2019 at 12:03 pm

    What’s considered a Deadly Weapon?

  14. SBD on June 12, 2019 at 7:59 pm

    End product of lack of discipline and coping skills.