Numerous Thefts in Calvert County - Southern Maryland Headline News

Numerous Thefts in Calvert County


Dep. M.A. Jones responded to Lake View Drive in Lusby on January 11 in the morning for the report of a theft. The victim stated that sometime in the overnight hours an unknown suspect(s) stole the radio/CD player from his unlocked vehicle. The radio, a Pioneer AM/FM CD player is valued at $300.00. Deputy Jones will continue the investigation.

A victim on McCrady Road in Lusby reported to Dep.C.E. Fischer that a box of dart flights was stolen from his unlocked truck sometime between January 10 at 11:30 p.m. and January 11 at 6:30 a.m. Dep. Fischer will handle the investigation.

On January 12, Dep. J. Frye took the report of a theft from a victim on Coyote Trail in Lusby. The victim stated that both of his unlocked vehicles had items removed from them overnight. A Pioneer face plate (to a CD player), a digital camera and a console insert were stolen. Dep. Frye will investigate.

Two victims reported that their vehicles had been broken into at the Calvert Apex Cinema parking lot in Prince Frederick on January 15 between the hours of 2:20 p.m. and 4:15 p.m. Dep. W. Milam responded to the theater and spoke with both victims who each stated that their vehicles had a window broken out and items had been stolen from inside. The total theft and damage amount is $380.00. Dep. Milam will continue the investigation.

Motor Vehicle Theft

Dep. M. Robshaw responded to a home on Peace Court in St. Leonard on January 14 for a stolen All Terrain Vehicle. The victim reported that he sold his 2005 Yamaha Raptor ATV, red and white, to a black male on December 27, 2005, who paid him by check. The check was ultimately found to be fraudulent by the bank. The value of the ATV is $2,120.00. Det. D. Makrokanis of the CIT Division will handle the investigation of this case.

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