During the week of January 6 – January 12 deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,318 calls for service throughout the community.
Incident briefs are provided courtesy of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Public Information Office.
Damaged Property: 20-949
On January 6, 2020, Deputy Ostazeski responded to HG Trueman Road in Lusby for the report of the damaged property. The complainant advised that sometime between the night of January 5th and the morning of January 6th, an unknown suspect(s) shot their house and truck with a paintball gun. The value of the damaged property is $50.
Damaged Property: 20-1995
On January 11, 2020, Deputy R. Evans responded to the Shell gas station in Lusby for the report of the damaged property. The complainant advised that an unknown suspect(s) appeared to have tried to break into the CSC air equipment and steal the change from inside. The value of the damaged property is $1,500.
On January 7, 2020, Deputy Parks responded to Family Circle in Prince Frederick for the report of a theft. The complainant advised that sometime between 6:53 am and 9:00 am on January 6th, an unknown suspect(s) stole a package from their mailbox. The value of the stolen property is $60.
On January 8, 2020, Deputy Boerum responded to Potts Point Road in Huntingtown for the report of a theft. The complainant advised that an unknown suspect(s) cut open a package that was delivered to their front porch, stole the Apple Air Buds from inside the package, then re-taped the box closed. The value of the stolen property is $235.
On January 8, 2020, Deputy Ridgely met with a complainant at the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office who was reporting a theft that occurred on Baythorne Road in Prince Frederick. The complainant advised that sometime between 8:00 am and 8:30 am on January 6th, an unknown suspect(s) stole their mailbox. The value of the stolen property is $350.
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