Recovered Stolen Vehicle: Investigation revealed Deputy D. Price located a stolen motor vehicle on 7/13/04 in Hollywood, Maryland. The vehicle, a 2001 Ford Escort was reported stolen in Charles County, Maryland. The vehicle was not damaged and the owner was notified to retake possession of the vehicle.
Motor Vehicle Theft: on 7/13/04 Senior Dfc. J. Schwab responded to the Avis Rent-A-Car business in Lexington Park, Maryland for the report of a stolen vehicle. Investigation revealed the business rented a White 2004 Chevrolet Malibu, Virginia Registration, JLF 1018 to a customer who failed to return the vehicle at the designated time. Anyone with information regarding this vehicle or has seen this vehicle is asked to contact the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Crime Solvers at 301-475-3333.
Violation of Protective Order: On 7/13/04 Dfc. S. Clark responded to a residence in California, Maryland for the report of a Violation of a Protective Order. Investigation revealed the Respondent made several telephone calls to the Petitioners residence in violation of an active court order directing the Respondent not to have contact with the Petitioner.
Malicious Destruction of Private Property: on 7/ 13/04 Dfc. D. Snyder responded to a residence in Leonardtown, Maryland for the report of a Property Destruction. Investigation revealed person(s) threw approximately three dozen eggs at the victims residence causing damage to the victims residence. The investigation is continuing by Dfc. D. Snyder.
Warrant Service: On 7/13/04 Deputy D. Price located and arrested Robert M. Beall, Jr. of Lexington Park, Maryland on a warrant charging Mr. Beall with 2nd Degree Burglary. Further investigation revealed Mr. Beall was wanted by the Calvert County Sheriff's Office for Armed Robbery, Assault 1st. Degree, Handgun in the use of a Violent Crime, Possession of a Handgun, Theft over $500, and Reckless Endangerment. Mr. Beall was incarcerated in the St. Mary's County Detention Center under a $3,500 bond on the local charge. Mr. Beall will then be transferred to Calvert County for further legal proceedings. Mr. Beall also had outstanding warrants through the Maryland State Police.