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Prescription fraud alleged

Aaron Maynard Bobo, 36, of Great Mills was released this week on personal recognizance after his arrest on a charge of prescription fraud last year in California.

Charging papers allege that Bobo obtained 120 oxycodone pills with a street value of at least $3,600 by passing a fraudulent prescription on June 13 at the address of the Target store on First Colony Way.

Bobo paid cash for the prescription, and Dr. Jagdish Chandra Shesadri of Bowie later “confirmed that the defendant is not a client of his, and he didn’t issue or sign the prescription that was passed,” according to a charges application filed by Capt. Daniel Alioto, commander of the St. Mary’s sheriff’s vice-narcotics division.

Woman charged with oxycodone offenses

Stacy Ann Thompson, 26, of Mechanicsville is scheduled to appear in court next week for her arraignment on indictments charging her with distributing oxycodone on July 12 in Charlotte Hall, and on Sept. 5 and Oct. 17 in Mechanicsville.

Narcotics detectives report that the charges followed an investigation of alleged distribution offenses at the suspect’s home.

Ridge woman indicted for drugs

Jacqueline Dale Buckler, 44, of Ridge is scheduled to be arraigned next week on indictments charging her with distributing oxycodone last Aug. 22 in Ridge and on Sept. 18 in Dameron.

Marijuana charges filed

Terry Lee O’Neil III, 31, of Ridge faces arraignment next week on an indictment charging him with distributing marijuana last Sept. 20 in Ridge.

Narcotics detectives allege that drug sales were conducted from the suspect’s home.

Reward offered for tips in cases

Citizens with information about unsolved crimes in St. Mary’s can collect a cash reward by calling St. Mary’s County Crime Solvers 24 hours a day at 301-475-3333. They can withhold their name and later collect their reward through a number-identification system.

The Crime Solvers program assists law enforcement in solving open investigations that may not have been closed without the extra incentive of anonymity and an offer of a reward, providing the information leads to an arrest or indictment.

The Crime Solvers board of directors meets at 10 a.m. on the first Thursday of each month at the county’s Northern Senior Center in Charlotte Hall. To be considered for membership on the board, attend a meeting or call the Crime Solvers chairperson at 301-884-5417 for details.

Contributions to the Crime Solvers reward fund can be mailed to St. Mary’s Crime Solvers Inc. at P.O. Box 221, Mechanicsville, MD 20659.

Sheriff welcomes text-message tips

Cell phones and other handheld communication devices can be used to send text messages with tips for the St. Mary’s sheriff’s office, by texting TIP239, plus the message, to CRIMES, numerically 274637. For more information on the text-message program, go online to www.smscrimetips.com.

Police tips line open

Maryland State Police in Leonardtown operate a Tips Line at 301-475-2936, inviting anyone with information about a crime that has occurred, or they expect may occur, to anonymously report that information 24 hours a day to authorities. Citizens may use the same telephone number to report concerns to police that do not involve criminal activity.

JOHN WHARTON