Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Crime Report for 10/12/2016

October 12, 2016

CCSODuring the week of October 3 through October 10 deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1917 calls for service throughout the community.

Burglary:
On October 4, 2016, Deputy A. Woodford was dispatched to Primrose Lane, in Huntingtown, for the report of a burglary. The victim reported several items were missing from their home: Camera – Konica 35mm, train set (older), checkbooks and a key. This incident took place between 9:00am on October 2 and 7:00am on October 4. The victim stated they keep their doors locked at all times; there were no signs of a forced entry.

Destruction of Property:
On October 5, 2016, at approximately 6:00pm, Deputy C. Callison responded to Planters Wharf Road, in Lusby, for the report of damage to a residence. The victim explained that while he & his family were at home, they heard a loud noise against their window and glass breaking. At this time there are no known suspects.

Destruction of Property:
On October 5, 2016, Deputy B. Boerum responded to the Sheriff’s Office to speak with a complainant wanting to report damage to their property. The victim explained someone broke a radio antenna off their vehicle which was parked in front of their residence on Stanford Court, Prince Frederick. This crime took place sometime between (midnight) to 8:00am October 5th.

Destruction of Property:
On October 4, 2016, at approximately 5:30pm, Deputy R. Burggraff responded to Spruce Road, in Port Republic, in response to a destruction of property complaint. The victim advised they had left their home around 3:00pm that day and arrived back home by 4:00pm and found a back window broken. At this time it appears nothing was stolen; there are no known suspects at this time.

Destruction of Property:
On October 3, 2016, Deputy R. Shrawder responded to Evergreen Road, in St. Leonard, for the report of damaged property. The complainant explained they left their home on October 3rd and returned later that evening to discover a back sliding glass door shattered from the inside. No known suspects at this time.

Destruction of Property:
On October 3, 2016, Deputy N. Buckler responded to the Mattress Corner store, located on Church Street, Prince Frederick, for the report of damage to a truck. The complainant advised someone had used green spray paint and sprayed the back of their box truck. He had last seen the truck intact at 6:00pm on October 2 and upon arriving at 10:00am that morning, he noticed the damage to the truck.

Destruction of Property:
On October 3, 2016, Deputy A. Woodford responded to Queensberry Drive, in Huntingtown, for the report of damage to vehicles. The victim explained that two (2) of their cars had a window shattered and someone had also rummaged through both cars, leaving a pile of items on the driveway. This crime took place sometime between midnight on October 2nd and 5:00am on October 3.

Theft:
On October 4, 2016, Deputy C. Fox responded to Abners Crab House on Harbor Road, Chesapeake Beach, for the report of a theft. The complainant advised they had set their white Android cell phone, with pink case, down on a slot machine they were using and realized someone walked off with it.

Theft:
On October 3, 2016, at approximately 7:00pm, Deputy J. Ward arrived at Queensberry Drive, in Huntingtown, in response to a theft from vehicle at that location. The complainant advised they checked on their vehicle at 7:00am that morning, upon hearing other neighbors had reported thefts from their vehicles. Nothing appeared to be missing at that time. When she returned to her vehicle around 6:30pm, she noticed her credit cards were missing from her purse. The vehicle was locked and there were no signs of a forced entry. The suspect had also used the credit cards before the victim was able to cancel them.

Theft:
On October 3, 2016, Deputy R. Evans responded to Calvert Beach Road, in St. Leonard, for the report of a theft. The victim explained that they had parked their 2006 black side- by-side Arctic Cat all-terrain Vehicle (ATV) beside their home around 6:00pm the previous day and discovered it missing at 1:00pm on October 3rd.

Theft:
On October 3, 2016, Deputy A.Woodford responded to Queensberry Drive, in Huntingtown, for the report of a theft from vehicle. The complainant advised that three (3) of their unlocked vehicles had been rummaged through overnight. They reported their vehicles intact at approximately 11:00pm on October 2nd; by 4:30am on October 3rd, they had been ransacked. Nothing appears to be missing, except for a yellow plastic bag with the letters “L” and “C” on it.

If you know who committed these crimes or any other criminal activity in Calvert County, you can report it anonymously online by clicking the Crime Solvers link at www.CalvertCountySheriff.us or by calling 410-535-2800.

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One Response to Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Crime Report for 10/12/2016

  1. You only need to see one, right? on October 12, 2016 at 9:48 pm

    When it comes to charges such as, but not limited to, shoplifting, which can be resolved by simply having a receipt either for the purchase or the return at the time of the trial, you have to wonder whether the criminal justice system is more interested in convictions than resolving the problem. Does the SAs office/ police/ anyone suggest that they just simply get a receipt to resolve the matter/ return whatever it is they’re accused of stealing, and, if so, would the matter be resolved? Why insist on a conviction when it can be resolved with a receipt/ resolved out-of-court? Judge, I have a receipt. I have no idea why the States Attorney didn’t suggest that I get a receipt to resolve this, but I have a receipt. As a matter of fact, i have 2 receipts.