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An Annapolis man accused of pushing through a crowd of people getting ready to participate in the cancer survivors’ walk at the Calvert County Relay For Life in June was convicted of disorderly conduct Oct. 3 in district court and sentenced to 60 days in jail.

At 6:51 p.m. June 15, Calvert County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to Hallowing Point Park for a report of a disorderly person. Deputies said Roy A. Reppenhagen, 49, allegedly tried to push his way through a crowd of people participating in the cancer survivors’ walk and became involved in a minor physical altercation with Bart O. Couey and Dorainne Brown, both of California, Md.

Reppenhagen was told several times by deputies to leave the park, which he did not do. He was arrested and charged that same day with disorderly conduct and failure to obey a lawful order.

Reppenhagen was convicted Oct. 3 of disorderly conduct and sentenced to 60 days in jail. The remaining charge of failure to obey a lawful order was dropped.

Two other cases were filed June 25 against Reppenhagen, one by Couey, charging him with second-degree assault and malicious destruction of property more than $500, and another by Brown, charging him with second-degree assault.

The charges were dismissed at the Oct. 3 hearing in district court.

On July 3, Reppenhagen filed a second-degree assault charge against Couey. That charge also was dropped during the Oct. 3 hearing in district court.

KATIE FITZPATRICK