During the week of April 16 – April 22, deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,477 calls for service throughout the community.
On April 16, 2018 Dfc. Y. Bortchevsky responded to Bay Front Park in Chesapeake Beach for the report of a theft. The victim stated that sometime between 1:30 PM and 3:15 PM an unknown suspect broke into her vehicle and stole her MD driver’s license.
On April 18, 2018 Deputy Bowlan responded to the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office for the report of a theft. The victim stated on April 13th between 12:20 PM and 4:00 PM an unknown suspect stole two pairs of shoes that were delivered to his home on Dunleigh Court. The total value of stolen property is $665.
On April 19, 2018 Dfc. Callison responded to Salisbury Place, Prince Frederick for the report of a theft. The victim stated that sometime between April 18th at 8:00 PM and April 19th at 10:25 AM an unknown suspect stole the handicap sticker off his vehicle that was parked in front of his residence.
On April 22, 2018 Dfc. Burggraff responded to Thunderbird Drive, Lusby for the report of a theft. The victim advised sometime between April 21st at 9:00 PM and April 22nd at 6:00 AM and unknown suspect removed her mailbox from its post and stole it. The value of the stolen property is approximately $50.
On April 22, 2018 Deputy Lorenzano responded to the Dunkirk Walmart for the report of a theft. An unidentified subject was seen exiting the store with a cart full of unpaid items. When approached by an employee, the suspect became hostile then fled the scene, leaving the cart and miscellaneous items behind. The items in the cart added up to $368.10.
On April 22, 2018 Dfc. Ostazeski responded to Sneade’s Ace Hardware in Lusby for the report of a theft. The complainant stated an unknown suspect stole a Dewalt 20 volt drill from the store. The value of the stolen property is $129.99.
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