DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY
Dep. Michael A. Jones responded to Calvert Street in Port Republic on April 30 and spoke with a victim who advised that an unknown suspect(s) poured green paint on two vehicles in her driveway. The paint was easily washed off and no permanent damage was observed. Dep. Jones will continue this investigation.
A victim on Calvert Street in Port Republic saw a suspicious person standing at the edge of their driveway on May 5 at about 1:00 in the morning. The suspect left the area after hearing dogs barking. Dep. Scott Brown responded and discovered blue paint splashed across the windshield and hood of the victims car. Damage to the vehicle is estimated at $500.00. Dep. Brown continues the investigation.
Dfc. Marty McCarroll responded to Bayside Road and 27th Street in Chesapeake Beach on May 7 at 2:19 a.m. for the report of an injured person. Dfc. McCarroll found a victim bleeding heavily from the face and head. The victim advised that he was walking along Bayside Road when 5 unknown male suspects approached him asking for money. He said the suspects started to punch and kick him after he said he had none. They attempted to go through the victims pockets but did not obtain any property and then fled the scene in an unknown direction. Medical personnel from VFD Co. #1 responded and treated the victims injuries but the victim refused to be transported to a trauma center. He was transported by ambulance to Calvert Memorial Hospital for further medical treatment. Anyone with any information concerning this assault is asked to contact Det/Sgt. Michael Moore of the C.I.T. Division at 535-2800 ext. 2454.
Dep. Edwin Bradley responded to Wal-Mart in Prince Frederick on May 9 at 8:27 p.m. in response to a theft call. The store manager reported that four witnesses reported seeing a white male with a mustache, possibly in his 30s, about 510 in height, running out of the store while pushing a cart that contained a 20 inch Magnavox LCD television, valued at $396.00. The suspect put the television into the back of a brown Bronco. A white male with glasses was in the drivers seat and took off when the suspect got into the vehicle, traveling south on Md. Rt. 4. Any other witnesses or anyone with information regarding this theft is asked to contact Dep. Bradley at 410-535-2800.
A victim on David Lane in Chesapeake Beach reported to Dfc. James Wahlgren that when he returned home from work on May 9 at 8:30 p.m. he discovered that his home had been burglarized and over $750.00 worth of property had been taken. The victim stated that the burglary occurred sometime that day between 6:50 a.m. and when he returned home. A Star 9mm black pistol, Sony I-Pod and Whistler radar detector were all discovered missing. Dfc. Wahlgren will continue the investigation.