Calvert County Sheriff's Reports - Southern Maryland Headline News

Calvert County Sheriff's Reports


PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (May 10, 2010) - The Calvert County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.

WEEKLY SUMMARY: During the week of May 3 through May 9, deputies responded to 1,719 calls for service throughout the community. Additionally, deputies arrested 11 people and charged them with DWI/DUI during the week.

THEFT: Unknown suspect(s) stole a Deere GT245 riding lawnmower valued at $6000 from the shed of a home on Clay Hammond Road in Huntingtown. Dep. J. Denton is investigating the theft which occurred sometime between April 22 and May 3.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: An automated teller machine outside the Maryland Bank and Trust in Prince Frederick was damaged on May 7 between 6:15 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Approximately $250 in damage was done to the machine when unknown suspect(s) apparently attempted to gain access into it unsuccessfully. Security footage of the area has been obtained. DFC P. Wood is continuing the investigation.

THEFT: A shopper at the Prince Frederick Walmart advised Dep. J. Parsons that someone stole an envelope containing $200 from her shopping cart while she turned to get something off a shelf. The incident occurred on May 7 at about 1:00 p.m. Dep. Parsons is reviewing videotaped security footage of the area.

BURGLARY: Unknown suspect(s) attempted to gain entry into a home on Buffalo Road in Lusby between May 4 and 7. It does not appear that the suspect(s) entered the home or took anything. DFC J. Harms is investigating.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: Dep. J. Denton is investigating $500 in damage that was done to a vehicle parked outside a home on Bay View Drive in Chesapeake Beach on May 7 between 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. The culprit(s) scratched the driver's side and rear of the vehicle.

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