Calvert Incident briefs are courtesy of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
During the week of November 25 – December 1 deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,287 calls for service throughout the community.
On November 28, 2019, Deputy Barger responded to Little Cove Point Road in Lusby for the report of a burglary. The complainant advised that sometime between 3:00 pm on November 27th and 12:20 am on November 28th, an unknown suspect(s) broke into their home and stole their black RCA Cambio W101 V2 2 in 1 computer, as well as a Husqvarna chainsaw, the black chainsaw case, and a Craftsman impact wrench from their vehicle parked behind the residence. The total value of the stolen property is $375.
Damaged Property: 19-69486, 19-69489
On November 30, 2019, Deputy Deleon responded to two residences on Chippingwood Drive in Port Republic for the report of the damaged property. The complainant advised that sometime between 2:00 am and 7:30 am on November 30th, an unknown suspect(s) drove through their yard and damaged their mailboxes. The value of the damaged property is $100 per mailbox.
Damaged Property: 19-69629
On December 1, 2019, Deputy Burggraff responded to Flag Harbor Boulevard in St. Leonard for the report of the damaged property. The complainant advised that sometime between November 29th and December 1st, an unknown suspect(s) burned or melted four locations on the cover of their motor home. The value of the damaged property is $500.
On November 25, 2019, Deputy Wood took a report of theft from a vehicle. The complainant stated that sometime between December 25, 2018, and October 15, 2019, an unknown suspect(s) broke the passenger side window of the vehicle and stole jewelry from the center console. Items stolen were a 10” Gold bracelet, a gold 1966 class ring, and a gold ring with a cat’s eye stone. The total value of the stolen property is $3,725.
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