News Release, Calvert County Sheriff’s Office
During the week of April 22nd through April 28th deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,135 calls for service throughout the community.
Damaged Property: 19-23186-On April 25th, 2019 Dfc. Gilmore responded to the 8200 Block of E Street in Chesapeake Beach for the report of damaged property. The victim stated sometime between 9:00 am and 12:15 am, an unknown suspect(s) knocked over several mailboxes causing them to be replaced. The estimated value of damaged property is approximately $150.
Damaged Property: 19-23619-On April 28th, 2019 Deputy Anderson responded to Federal Oak Drive in Sunderland for the report of damaged property. The complainant advised their basement window had a hole in and suspect the damage to have occurred sometime between 7:30 pm on April 27th and 1045 am on April 28th. The estimated value of damaged property is approximately $150.
Theft: 19-22653-On April 22nd, 2019 Deputy Freeland responded to Harbor Drive in Lusby for the report of a theft. The victim advised that their right rear wheel to their vehicle was missing when they attempted to leave their driveway. The victim stated the wheel went missing sometime between the overnight hours of April 21st and April 22nd at approximately 2:30 pm. The estimated value of stolen items is $300.
Theft: 19-22796=On April 23rd, 2019 Deputy Flynt responded to East Mount Harmony Road in Owings for the report of a theft. The complainant advised they believed their handicap placard was stolen, as they could not locate it anywhere.
Theft: 19-22843-On April 23rd, 2019 Dfc. Aurich responded to Chaney Road in Dunkirk for the report of a theft. The victim advised sometime between 8 pm on April 22nd and 7 am on April 23rd, an unknown suspect(s) made entry into the rear of their unlocked vehicle and stole a bucket of various hand tools, a Ryobi drill set with an extra battery, a level, a ruler, a hammer, sheet metal snips, tongs, a small halogen pry bar, a key saw and a set of screwdrivers. The estimated value of stolen items is $218.
Theft: 19-22969-On April 24th, 2019 Deputy Sturdivant took a report at the Sheriff’s Office for a theft. The complainant advised sometime between 11:30 pm on April 23rd and 7:45 am on April 24th, an unknown suspect(s) went into their unlocked vehicle, located on 2nd street in North Beach, and stole their purse with contents inside. The estimated value of stolen items is $35.
Theft: 19-23019-On April 24th, 2019 Dfc. O’Donnell responded to Baythorne Road in Prince Frederick for a report of lost property. The victim stated they went shopping at Safeway in Prince Frederick when they lost their wallet containing several credit and debit cards. The Safeway manager was able to locate a wallet a short time later, and the victim stated the only thing missing from the wallet was one Cash App Visa credit card valued at approximately $25.
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