THEFT: On 9-29, TPR Merkelson responded to a theft complaint at CMH. Investigation revealed that a resident of Riverdale, MD, was leaving the hospital when he observed a subject closing a door to his vehicle. When he entered the vehicle, he observed that the radio had been stolen. With the help of hospital security, two suspects were detained and the radio was recovered. Arrested at that time for theft (-$500) were two juvenile males (14 & 16) from Hyattsville. After processing, they were released to a guardian.
THEFT: On 9-29, a resident of Ridgeway Terrace, Prince Frederick, reported that an unknown culprit had removed a Craftsman DT 4000 lawn mower from his driveway. TPR Roy is handling the investigation.
THEFT: On 9-30, a resident of Asbury Cir., Solomons, reported that an unknown culprit had forcibly entered a gated area and removed a Danzer trailer and motorcycle saddlebags. TFC Lass is handling the investigation.
POSSESSION OF STOLEN TAGS/COCAINE: On 9-30, 5:42 PM, Perrywood Dr. @ Rt. 260, Dunkirk, TPR Towers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. A MVA check revealed that the tags displayed on the vehicle had been reported stolen in Anne Arundel Co., and the vehicle was unregistered and uninsured. A computer check also revealed that the operator, Gregory Claude Turner, 41, of Owings, was wanted in PG County on an open warrant for theft (+$500). Incident to arrest, a CDS smoking device containing cocaine residue was located in the vehicle. Mr. Turner was charged with theft (-$100) and possession of cocaine and CDS paraphernalia. After processing, he was transported to the CCDC to await a commissioners hearing.
POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA: On 10-2, 7:51 PM, Rt. 231, Prince Frederick, TPR Chirichella stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. Upon contact with the operator, a 17-year-old male, of Brandywine, TPR Chirichella observed suspected marijuana in plain view. Deputy Windsor, CCSO, assisted with a K-9 scan, and suspected marijuana was located in the vehicle and on the juveniles person. At that time, he was placed under arrest for possession of marijuana and CDS paraphernalia. After processing, he was released to a parent.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: On 10-3, TPR Roy responded to Drum Point, Lusby, for a destruction of property complaint. Investigation revealed that an unknown culprit had used rocks to break out 7 windows to a residence. Property damage is estimated at $1750.00.
BURGLARY: On 10-3, between 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM, an unknown culprit forcibly entered a residence on Wayside Dr., Sunderland, and removed a 9mm handgun and some tools. TFC Schmidt is handling the investigation.
09-27-2006 9:45 PM: Steven P. Hemmer, 32, Huntingtown, MD, by TPR Stern
09-30-2006 12:57 AM: Michael D. Shahan, 44, Lusby, MD, by TFC Bowling