MARYLAND: DUI Arrests for the Annapolis Barrack of the Maryland State Police for October 16 – October 29, 2018

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MARYLAND: DUI Arrests for the Annapolis Barrack of the Maryland State Police for October 16 – October 29, 2018

NAME CITY & STATE OF RESIDENCE DATE/TIME OF ARREST   ARRESTING TROOPER

Edward F. Sible Jr., of 9709 Meadowview Drive, Newburg, Md., 10/16/2018 @ 1938 hrs. CPL David Ellington.

Edward Sible Jr. entered a guilty plea to conspiracy to commit armed robbery, reckless endangerment, first-degree assault, and possession of a handgun, and attempted second-degree murder on Jan. 29, 1998. He was found not guilty of attempted armed carjacking. Sible was sentenced in Carroll County Circuit Court to 17 years in prison with credit for 412 days of time served while awaiting trial.

The Baltimore Sun reported the following:

Sible pleaded guilty to conspiring with three friends to rob Linda D. Bond, 47, a Pizza Hut delivery woman who was shot during an ambush in February of 1997. In his statement of facts, prosecutor Clarence W. Beall III said Leo Joseph “Joey” Brandenburg Jr., and three friends — Edward F. “Eddie” Sible, 18, of Harney and Corey A. Coils, 19, and Melissa A. Redding, 18, both of Taneytown — agreed to call in an order to the Taneytown restaurant Feb. 20.

They planned the robbery because Sible did not have enough money to go to the movies, Beall said.

After luring the delivery woman to a remote area along Roop Road about 9 p.m., the plan went awry when she did not stop her car but continued driving after three shots from a .22-caliber pistol were fired at her car, he said.

One of the bullets shattered the windshield, Beall said. Another struck Bond in the shoulder. That bullet lodged behind her liver, where it remains and causes chronic pain, he said.

Despite her injuries, Bond drove back to Taneytown, where co-workers called for help and a state police Medevac helicopter transported her to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.

Sible, who police believe fired the shots, also has been charged with attempted first-degree murder and attempted carjacking, court records show.

(While Sible was awaiting trial in the Carroll County jail, he assaulted a Sheriff Deputy and earned an extra year in prison, according to Maryland Court records.)

 

Martin Lenin Castillo Diaz, of 600 Admiral Drive, Apt. 525, Annapolis, MD 10/17/2018 @ 0320 hrs. by TPR Ryan Bandy as Diaz operated a 2003 Chevy Trail Blazer on Rt. 665 at Riva Road. Diaz was also charged with DUI while transporting a minor and operating a vehicle while suspended and failing to attend driver improvement school.  Additional charged include operating with wanton disregard for the safety of others. A trial is set for Feb. 4, 2019, in Anne Arundel District Court.

Folabi Olubodun Jaiyesimi, of 6813 Riverdale Road, Apt. H4, Riverdale, Md., 10/18/2018 @ 0154 hrs. TFC Kyle Jeans. TFC Jeans stopped Jaiyesimi as he operated a 2016 Honda Accord eastbound on Rt. 50 at Rt. 424.

Dexter Lee Saffran, of 501 Academy Street, Apt. 3, Cambridge, Md., on 10/20/2018 @ 0411 hrs. MT Herndon.

Saffran was arrested for distribution of drugs and possession of more than 10 grams of pot on Feb. 4, 2018, by Caroline County Sheriff’s Deputy Justin Reibly. In a plea deal with the Caroline County States Attorney and his attorney, Keith Jerome Gross, of Annapolis, the felony drug dealing charge was dropped and Saffran entered a guilty plea to misdemeanor possession. THE DEAL: no time and no fine with three years of probation.

Saffran worked out a plea deal to another drug possession charge in Baltimore City Circuit Court on Dec. 5, 2017, when he pleaded guilty to possession and was given a verdict of Probation Before Judgment and on July 26, 2018, he was found guilty of violating his probation.

Fernand Laron Jackson, of 311 Congressional Court, Glen Burnie, Md., 10/21/2018 @ 0057 hrs. by Maryland TFC Jeans as he operated a 2008 Toyota Camry on Rowe Blvd. south of Taylor Ave.

Jackson was arrested for DWI on Jan. 25, 2008 by Anne Arundel Police Officer Trumbauer as he operated a 2002 Lexus on Rt. 2.   In a plea deal with the Anne Arundel County States Attorney, Jackson entered a guilty plea to DWI.  THE DEAL: A verdict of Probation Before Judgement with no time and a fine of $92.50.

Alfred Robert Camlin, 72, of 26 Weed Hill Ave., Stamford, CT 10/21/2018 @ 0256 hrs. Master Trooper Herndon. Camlin lined up Annapolis attorney John Adams to defend him in Anne Arundel District Court on Feb. 4, 2019. Camlin was operating a 2017 Ford Explorer westbound on Rt. 50 at Rowe Blvd. when he was arrested for DWI. Other citations include failing to drive on the right half of the roadway.

Mary Dempster, Oxford, MD 10/23/2018 @ 2144 hrs. TPR Barbiche

Laine Conaway, Easton, MD 10/27/2018 @ 2047 hrs. Tpr. Lowe

Raul Rodriguez, Annapolis, MD 10/29/2018 @ 1921 hrs. TFC Poole

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