News Release, Calvert County Sheriff’s Office
During the week of April 8th through April 14th deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,365 calls for service throughout the community.
Damaged Property: 19-20254-On April 10th, 2019 Dfc. Gott responded to Asbury Circle for the report of damaged property. The complainant advised that sometime between March 27th at 4:00 pm and April 10th at 11:40 am, several chain link fence ties connecting to nine fence poles had been cut and separated with the bottom of the fence pulled up. The estimated value of damaged property is $300.
Theft: 19-19872-On April 8th, 2019 Dfc. Boerum responded to the Wawa located in Prince Frederick for the report of a theft. The victim stated they used the ATM inside the business to withdraw money at approximately 12:45 pm. They advised they looked away briefly while the money was preparing to be dispensed when an unknown suspect came up behind and stole their $50. The victim stated they checked their account balance after the transaction was complete and verified the account was $50 shorter when originally started.
Theft: 19-20252-On April 10th, 2019 Dfc. O’Donnell responded to Aztec Trail in Lusby for the report of a theft. The victim stated sometime between November 2018 and the reported incident date, two “No Trespassing” signs were stolen from his property as well as 6 marking ribbons off of their property boundary stakes. The estimated value of stolen property is $25.
Theft: 19-20578-On April 11th, 2019 Dfc. Wood responded to Olympia Sports in Dunkirk for the report of a theft. The assistant manager stated two black females entered the store around 7:00 pm and stole approximately $340 worth of merchandise before fleeing the store.
Theft: 19-20755-On April 12th, 2019 Deputy Sampson responded to Bowie Shop Road in Huntingtown for the report of stolen tags. The victim stated sometime between 7:30 am and 6:30 pm, their front and rear tags were stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at the Dunkirk Park and Ride.
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