Dep. W. R. Milam responded to a burglary call on January 9 at 7:00 a.m. on Kings Road in St. Leonard. The victim reported that he arrived home at 3:00 that morning and heard a noise in the garage. He then saw a suspect pushing a motorcycle out of the garage and away from the residence. The victim attempted to chase the suspect on foot, but the suspect jumped on the motorcycle and fled. The victim then got into his vehicle and drove down Kings Road where he observed the motorcycle on the side of the road with no one around it. He further advised that some items had also been taken from his vehicle. Dep. Milam will continue to investigate this case.
A Papa Johns Pizza deliveryman was robbed at gunpoint on January 9 at approximately 7:00 p.m. The deliveryman was on a return trip to Papa Johns after delivering a pizza and had stopped at Windsors Market on Dares Beach Road in Prince Frederick. After getting out of his car, he was approached by three black men in ski masks who pointed a gun at him and demanded his money. The victim complied and the suspects took the money and left the scene. The CIT Division will be handling the investigation.
Theft from Vehicle
A victim reported that his portable CD player and adapter were stolen from his vehicle on January 9 between 9:45 p.m. and 10:10 p.m. Dep. S. Brown took the report from the victim who indicated that he had left the vehicle unlocked while he went into a store in the Solomons Towne Center. No damage was done to the vehicle. Dep. Brown will continue the investigation.
Dep. S. Morder responded to Green Leaf Terrace in Chesapeake Beach on January 10 at 4:39 a.m. for the report of a burglar. The victim stated that he was awake in the basement of the home and heard footsteps above him. When he went to investigate he saw a white male at the top of the stairs. The victim chased the suspect out of the house and he fled in an unknown direction. It does not appear that the suspect took any items from the house. The case will be handled by Dep. Morder.
On January 10 at 2:11 in the morning, DFC. J.M. McCarroll and TFC. Koch initiated an investigation regarding two wanted persons. The officers obtained information that two persons, David C. McDonald, 20, of Owings and Michael A. Flaherty, 20, of Edgewater, were in a vehicle on Grovers Turn Road in Owings. After verifying that the two were wanted on open warrants, the officers began a surveillance of the area and then observed the vehicle they were reported driving. They stopped the vehicle and contacted the occupants, who were identified as McDonald and Flaherty. The two were immediately placed under arrest for the open warrants. A search of the vehicle, incident to arrest, revealed suspected cocaine. Each of the subjects were charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center pending an appearance before the District Court Commissioner.