Free Lance-Star reporter Robyn Sidersky covers Caroline County government and schools. You can reach her at 540/374-5413 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can follow coverage on Facebook or Twitter as well.
On June 15, 2010, Deputy A. E. Smith responded to a reported assault in Bowling Green. After investigating, warrants were obtained charging Joseph G. Loving, Jr., 18, of Ruther Glen with 2 counts of assault and battery. Loving was located on June 18th and the warrants were served. He was ordered held under a $250 bond and a court date of June 24, 2010 was set.
On June 18, 2010, Deputy C. J. Ryan responded to a call for service in Ruther Glen. After investigating, Dawn M. Stultz, 28, of Ruther Glen was charged with being drunk in public. She was released on a personal recognizance bond and a court date of July 28, 2010 was set.
On June 18, 2010, Deputy C. J. Ryan responded to a reported assault in Ladysmith. After investigating, Shapell Y. Lyons, 38 and Lexus S. Lyons, 19, both of Ladysmith were each charged with assault and battery. Court and bond information was not available.
On June 18, 2010, Deputy W. D. Lipscomb stopped a vehicle in Port Royal for a traffic infraction. After investigating, Matthew C. Torr, 19, of Lutherville, MD was charged with possession of marijuana. He was released on a summons and a court date of September 22, 2010 was set.
On June 19, 2010, Deputy B. N. Doucet responded to a domestic in Ruther Glen. After investigating, Hayward S. Smith, 61, of Ruther Glen was charged with domestic assault. He was released on a personal recognizance bond and a court date of June 24, 2010 was set.
Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Wrap Up
According to Sheriff Tony Lippa, Caroline Deputies made 5 drug arrests, 1 DUI arrest, 4 domestic violence arrests, 71 other criminal arrests and issued 15 animal control summons or arrests during the past week. The deputies served 253 civil papers, issued 153 traffic summonses, handled 9 motor vehicle crashes, responded to 18 alarm calls, and dealt with 0 juvenile offenders. The Sheriff’s Office Communications Center dispatched 502 calls for service and handled 1,611 telephone inquiries. The CCSO also logged 24 calls assisting outside agencies and had 226 self-initiated calls.