Calvert County Crime Report

May 31, 2012

During the week of May 21 through May 27 deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,544 calls for

Jay Wainwright

service throughout the community.  The following incidents remain under investigation:

Theft
A 30-year-old man was charged with theft after witnesses saw him steal a purse off the counter at the Prince Frederick 7-11 convenience store on May 21 at 1:20 p.m. Cpl. R. Wilson responded to the store and was directed to the Prince Frederick shopping center where the suspect was last seen. Two citizens were standing around a subject who matched the description given by the victim. Wilson questioned the subject and subsequently arrested Jay Wainwright, 30 of Landover. The purse and its’ contents were located and returned to the victim.

Theft from Vehicle
Overnight between May 20 and 21 unknown person(s) broke into a locked vehicle on Ash Lane in Lusby, stealing coins and a gold bracelet valued together at over $4600. DFC C. Johnson is investigating.

Theft from Vehicle
Two white males were observed rummaging through the interior of a vehicle parked outside a home on Park Circle in St. Leonard at 2:30 a.m. on May 21. The homeowner reports that he observed the two men, who fled when they noticed him. A wallet containing $25 and a cell phone battery were stolen. The battery was later located in the roadway. DFC J. Parsons is continuing the investigation.

Theft from Vehicle
Two black Samsung Smartphones were stolen from inside two unlocked vehicles parked outside a home on Overlook Drive in St. Leonard overnight between May 20 and 21. Three ID cards were stolen from inside a vehicle parked on Overlook Drive overnight May 20-21. DFC J. Parsons is investigating.

Theft
Someone stole nine green metal flowerpots with “Primetime Daycare” painted on them from the center on May 22. The pots are valued at $200. Anyone with information is asked to contact DFC D. Deakins at 410-535-2800.

Theft from Vehicle
A victim reported to Dep. M. Quinn that on May 23 at around noon, she parked her vehicle at the Dunkirk Park, next to the playground. When she returned to her vehicle, the passenger window was broken out and her purse had been stolen. The victim’s bank advised that two of her credit cards had been used at the Dunkirk CVS. The suspects were videotaped using the cards at the CVS. Dep. Quinn is continuing the investigation.

Destruction of Property
Several mailboxes and light fixtures were damaged overnight between May 26 and 27 on Shields Drive and Uncle Charlie’s Spur in Dunkirk amounting to at least $1900 in damage. Dep. J. Migliaccio is investigating.

 

 

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