News Release, Calvert County Sheriff’s Office
During the week of March 16 – March 22 deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,035 calls for service throughout the community.
Damaged Property: 20-15090
On March 16, 2020, Corporal O’Donnell took a report of damaged property on Calvert Towne Drive in Prince Frederick. The complainant advised that between 10:50 pm on March 15th, and 11:00 am on March 16th, an unknown suspect(s) keyed the driver’s side of their vehicle and poured an unknown liquid on the driver’s side door. The value of the damaged property is $200.
Damaged Property 20-15407
On March 18, 2020, Deputy Flynt took a report of damaged property on Maplewood Drive in Dunkirk. The complainant advised that between 8:00 pm on March 17th and 6:00 am on March 18th, an unknown suspect(s) sliced the sidewall of a tire, causing it to deflate. The value of the damaged property is $114.
Damaged Property: 20-15564
On March 19, 2020, Deputy Kwitowski took a report of damaged property on North Solomons Island Road in Prince Frederick. The complainant advised that between March 14th and March 19th, an unknown suspect(s) tampered with a traffic signboard, damaging and removing two locks on the control compartment. The value of the damaged property is $10.
Damaged Property: 20-15674
On March 20, 2020, Deputy Hardy took a report of damaged property at Harris Teeter in Dunkirk. The complainant advised that between 9:45 am and 10:30 am, an unknown suspect(s) damaged their vehicle while parked in the parking lot, leaving various black scuff marks on the hood. The value of the damaged property is $600.
On March 19, 2020, Deputy Callison took a report of a theft that occurred on Curve Lane in Lusby. The complainant advised that an unknown suspect(s) stole an Echo PB-580H/T Backpack style leaf blower from the garage while it was unlocked. The value of the stolen property is $344.
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