Calvert Sheriff’s Incident Briefs April 11, 2018

During the week of April 2 – April 8, deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,364 calls for service throughout the community.


Damaged Property: 18-17326

On April 4, 2018 Deputy Bowlan responded to Golden West Way, Lusby for the report of damaged property. The victim advised her iron light post that was located along her driveway had been knocked down and damaged. The value of the iron light post is approximately $234.

Damaged Property: 18-17922

On April 7, 2018 Deputy J. Ward responded to 8th Street, North Beach for the report of damaged property. The victim stated he heard a noise around 11:00 PM on April 6th, and when he went outside the next morning he observed his mailbox as well as two of his neighbors’ mailboxes had been damaged and were laying on the ground. The estimated cost to replace the victim’s mailbox is approximately $125.

Theft: 18-17669

On April 6, 2018 Deputy Lewis responded to the Dunkirk Walmart for a reported theft. He was advised that a white male and a black female were seen on camera stealing a Spa Sensations king size mattress. The estimated value of the mattress is $249.

Theft: 18-17657

On April 6, 2018 Deputy Lewis responded to the Dunkirk Walmart for a reported theft. He was advised that on April 5th a male was seen on security tapes stealing an Apple TV device. The estimated value of property lost is $249.

Theft: 18-17590

On April 6, 2018 Deputy Lewis responded to Kaylorite Street, Dunkirk for a reported theft. The victim stated between April 5th at 4:00 PM and April 6th at 8:00 AM an unknown subject stole his generator from the job site. The estimated value of the stolen property is $1,500.

Theft: 18-18122

On April 8, 2018 Deputy Flynt responded to Oak Street, North Beach for the report of a stolen tag. The victim advised an unknown suspect had stolen the tag off of his trailer.

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