Kent County Sheriff

CHESTERTOWN — Robert Allen Simns, 51, Rock Hall, on Aug. 2, was charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol; and driving while impaired by alcohol.

He was released after signing the traffic citations.

Police initially stopped Simns for allegedly failing to drive right of the center line.

Deputy Collin W. Shockley conducted the traffic stop at 9:28 p.m. on Washington Avenue at Kent Street.

CHESTERTOWN — Ray Jeffrey Davis, 55, Chestertown, on Aug. 3, was charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol; driving while impaired by alcohol; and failure to remain right of center.

He was released after signing the traffic citations.

Cpl. G. Travis Manning conducted the traffic stop at 9:35 p.m. on High Street at Spring Avenue.

MILLINGTON — Justine Alphayo Obebo, 34, Newark, Del., on Aug. 4, was charged with driving, attempting to drive while under the influence of alcohol; and driving, attempting to drive while impaired by alcohol. 

Obebo was released after signing the traffic citations. He was driven to a location where he was picked up by a friend, according to a sheriff's office news release.

Cpl. Nate Blazejak reported that he stopped to help Obebo, whose vehicle had a flat tire. This was at 8:17 p.m. on Galena Road at Walnut Tree Road. Obebo "exhibited signs of impairment and further investigation resulted in his arrest for DUI/DWI," according to the news release.

CHESTERTOWN — Dominic B. Asquith, 34, Philadelphia, on Aug. 4, was charged with negligent driving and reckless driving following investigation of a single-vehicle crash.

Police reported that Asquith was operating a Kia Sportage westbound on Great Oak Landing Road, near Forrest Lane, when he lost control of the vehicle. The vehicle left the roadway, traveled into the yard of a home in the 22000-block of Great Oak Landing Road and struck a tree, according to police.

The crash was at 11:24 a.m.

Asquith refused medical treatment at the scene, according to police.

Phillips Garage towed the vehicle from the scene.

Sgt. Sean M. Maloney investigated.

 

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