Damaged Property: Dfc. Christopher M. Sloane responded to a home on Bafford Road in Lusby on July 24. The victim advised that at about 11:00 p.m. the prior evening he saw two juvenile males in the corner of his yard by his vehicle. The two juveniles walked from behind the vehicle and began throwing eggs at the house. The victim ran after them and observed where they lived. Dfc. Sloane went and interviewed both suspects who admitted to the crimes and were charged on youth reports.
Damaged Property: Two juveniles on bicycles were observed running their bikes into a fence and then kicking it on Club House Drive in Lusby on July 24 at noon. Dep. Richard D. Weems II responded and attempted to locate the suspects without success. He will continue the investigation. Damage was estimated at $50.00.
Damaged Property: Two hundred fifty dollars in damage was done to county road signs and a street light on South Harbor Drive in St. Leonard on July 25 overnight. Dep. James G. Bell responded and will continue the investigation.
Stolen Vehicle: A victim on Market Street in Owings reported to Dfc. Christopher J. Childress that his 2001 green Ford F-250 truck was stolen from his driveway between July 23 and July 25. The victim stated that the vehicle was unlocked and the key was in the ignition at the time. Childress will continue to investigate.
CDS Violation: Dfc. Richard S. Wilson was traveling south on Md. Rt. 4 in Dunkirk on July 25 at about 9:00 p.m. when he observed a red Ford Mustang leaving the parking lot of a closed business. An MVA check of the vehicle tags revealed they were registered to a Toyota passenger car. Wilson initiated a traffic stop. The passenger in the car, later identified as Andrew R. Brady, 22, of St. Leonard, was actually the owner of the vehicle and also the owner of the Toyota tags. Brady indicated that the vehicle was new and he had transferred the tags. The driver of the vehicle, later identified as Justin P. Garber, 24, of Broomes Island, was found to be driving on a suspended license. A search incident to arrest revealed Garber to be in possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia. Garber was arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license, possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia. The vehicle was searched and a bag was found that contained heroin and drug paraphernalia. Brady indicated that the bag was his. He was subsequently arrested and charged with possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia.