- The Enterprise
- The Recorder
A judge ordered Monday that Louise E. Logan, 60, of Lusby remain in St. Mary’s jail in lieu of $15,000 bond on charging papers alleging she chased another woman around a pickup truck on Sunday in Lexington Park while holding what witnesses described as a knife or handgun.
Police found numerous people yelling at each other at a Dana Court residence, court papers state, and the law officers were told that Logan tore Kimberly Richardson-Holland’s clothing and began chasing Laquawn Holland around the vehicle in the driveway.
Laquawn Holland and another witness told police that it appeared to them that Logan was carrying a knife, court papers state, while Kimberly Richardson-Holland reported that she believed the object in the suspect’s possession was a handgun.
No knives were recovered at the scene, but a silver .38-caliber Smith and Wesson handgun later was recovered from the residence, according to a statement of probable cause filed by St. Mary’s sheriff’s deputy Cpl. John Kirkner.
Logan was charged with first-degree assault and two offenses of second-degree assault.