Police log for 10/24

October 24, 2002

City police seek man charged with assault

Hagerstown City Police are looking for Ronald Eugene Wilson II, who is the subject of an arrest warrant for two counts of second-degree assault and one count of failure to comply with a peace order.

Wilson, 25, was last known to live at 15709 Fenton Ave. in Williamsport, police said.

The warrant was issued Sept. 1.

Wilson was described as white, 5 feet 11 inches tall and 250 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes.

Two face charges after task force search

A search warrant Saturday in the 200 block of East Avenue in Hagerstown led to the arrest of two people on drug charges, said Sgt. Mark Holtzman, director of the Washington County Narcotics Task Force.

Michelle Watson, 31, of 211 East Ave., was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, NTF agents said. She was released on personal recognizance.


Steve Anthony Powell, 23, of 9332 Edmundston Road, Greenbelt, Md., was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, agents said. He also was released on personal recognizance.

Agents went to 211 East Ave. at 4:20 p.m. with a search warrant obtained because of suspected drug activity at that address. Watson and Powell were stopped as they attempted to leave in Watson's vehicle, agents said.

A canvas bag containing several small bags of suspected marijuana were found in a front bedroom. A set of scales and empty bags were also found in the home, agents said.

Bond refused for W.Va. woman held in shooting

FREDERICK, Md. - A Martinsburg, W.Va., woman charged in the murder of a teenage girl and her infant daughter Saturday was refused bond Tuesday by a Frederick County District Court judge.

Sonya Marie Daniels was being held in the Frederick County Adult Detention Center on Wednesday, jail officials said.

A bond review for Daniels, 25, of 110 Georgetown Square, was held Tuesday in Frederick County District Court, but her no-bond status did not change.

Daniels is accused in the shooting of 16-year-old Deanne Maria Prichard and her 5-week-old daughter, Makayla Ann Frost, in Walkersville, Md., on Saturday.

Fines levied by judge for park violations

According to court records, the following people appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas DiGirolamo on Oct. 18 on charges brought by National Park Service rangers on C&O Canal property:

  • William Renshaw, 32, of 207 5th Ave., Brunswick, Md.; driving on a suspended license; $100 fine.

  • Michael Rogers, 33, of 11534 San Rafael Road, Lusby, Md.; providing alcohol to a minor; $300 fine.

  • Jerome Shoemaker, 41, of 6648 Jefferson Blvd., Frederick, Md.; possession of a weapon; $100 fine.

  • Amanda Wroten, 20, of 12586 Catalina Drive, Solomons, Md.; underage possession of alcohol; $100 fine.

  • Jason Harley, 29, of 3440 Prospect Blvd., No. 104, Frederick; fishing without a license; $100 fine.

  • Kristin Lieser, 30, of 115 E. Leigh St., Richmond, Va.; swimming in the Potomac River; $10 fine.

  • Thomas Lindley, 33, of 1424 Oak St., Washington, D.C.; swimming in the Potomac River; $10 fine.

  • Heuther McPherson, 22, of 759 212th St., Pasadena, Md.; driving left of center; $50 fine.

The following person appeared before DiGirolamo on Oct. 18 on charges brought by National Park Service rangers at Catoctin Mountain Park:

  • Michael Clifford, age unknown, Bethesda Church Road, Damascus, Md.; illegal fishing; $50 fine.

Sheriff's deputies respond to calls

The Washington County Sheriff's Department responded to the following calls Tuesday:

  • Civil War artifacts and a painting were stolen from a home on Clevelandtown Road near Boonsboro. The estimated value of the items was $8,000.

  • Two vehicles parked at J.C. Ehrlich Co. on Hump Road, off West Washington Street, were damaged. The estimate of the damage was $750.

  • A carton of cigarettes and a handheld computer were stolen from a Ford truck on Israel Creek Court, near Rohrersville Road in southern Washington County. No estimated value of the items was available.
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