Child abuse in Great Mills alleged
Sean Paul Monroe McMillion, 36, of Great Mills has been charged after reportedly striking two children with a belt, “leaving visible signs of injuries.”
According to court documents, the victims had “been instructed to do various chores” and find a pair of shoes for another sibling on Sept. 25. When the two children had stopped assisting, McMillion allegedly “began to strike them with a belt.” One victim had an injury to her upper right arm “consistent with being struck by a belt … buckle,” charging papers state.
The father told deputies he struck “the victims with his right hand on the buttocks above their clothing as he held the belt for show in his left hand.” McMillion said he didn’t know how the victim sustained the injury to her arm.
Charging documents state McMillion has been investigated for a similar matter in June 2016. McMillion has been charged with two counts of child abuse and two counts of assault, both second degree.
Assault reported in Lexington Park
St. Mary’s sheriff’s personnel reported Monday around 8:39 p.m. to Foxchase Drive in Great Mills for a report of an assault. The victim sustained a minor laceration to their hand, and was transported to MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital for treatment. The investigation is still ongoing.
Child safety seat installation event planned for Oct. 19
St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office officials will be hosting a child safety seat installation event on Thursday, Oct. 19, from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad. Deputies will inspect child safety seats for proper installation, as well as install new safety seats. This is a first-come, first-served community event. Register at www.signupgenius. com/ go/ 5080548a5af28a1f94-child.
Sheriff posts news and info on blog
The St. Mary’s sheriff’s office posts news and information on incidents and arrests, including photographs of suspects, online at http://firstsherif f. blogspot. com. The agency also posts surveillance images and other information on the website when the public’s assistance is being sought during ongoing investigations, and the website’s links include access to NIXLE alerts and comments by Sheriff Tim Cameron (R).
Email addresses can be entered on the website, to receive a daily sheriff’s office summary of information.
Online reporting option available
The St. Mary’s sheriff’s office offers citizens a web-based method to report minor crimes where there is no suspect information or other investigative leads. The online reporting system can be used to report any suspicious incidents, lost property, theft, or vandalism.
When no suspect is known or seen in connection with these incidents, the sheriff’s office urges residents to use the online reporting system, including in cases involving missing cellphones, wallets and other items.
Citizens can access the system by going online to www.firstsheriff.com/ citizenreport, or through www.firstsheriff.com. For more information, call 301-475-8008.
Second District volunteers tend to the driver of a Ford Fusion on Tuesday after it was reported it had collided with a Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad vehicle while that vehicle was en route to another accident. There were three adults involved,...