PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (October 24, 2011)The Calvert County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.
WEEKLY SUMMARY: During the week of October 17-23, deputies responded to 1,787 calls for service throughout the community.
THEFTS FROM VEHICLES: The following thefts from motor vehicles occurred overnight between October 16 and 17. Outside a home on High Sierra Road in Lusby unknown suspect(s) broke the passenger window of a vehicle and stole a wallet and an Ipod together valued at $220. A victim on Canyon Trail reported that during the same timeframe the window of her vehicle was smashed and a purse, calculator and flash drive valued together at $270 were stolen. An unlocked vehicle on Pine Trail in Lusby was entered and various tools were stolen. A black Prada handbag was stolen from inside a vehicle after unknown suspect(s) broke the drivers' side window while it was parked outside a home on Club House Drive in Lusby. A black purse was stolen from a locked vehicle parked on High Sierra Lane in Lusby. The culprit(s) broke the window to gain access. An unlocked vehicle on Highview Circle was entered, nothing was damaged or stolen, but the car had been rummaged through. A purse was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Corral Drive. The victim later located her purse in the woods near her home with everything intact except the currency. Three unlocked vehicles outside a home on Hemlock Road were entered and rummaged through but nothing was damaged or taken. An unlocked vehicle on Clipper Circle in Solomons was entered and a stereo was damaged while the suspect(s) were trying to steal it. An Ipod was removed from inside a vehicle on Windjammer Ave in Solomons after the unknown suspect(s) forced the lock open with an unknown tool. The same happened to two vehicles parked at the Holiday Inn in Solomons; a pair of Dolce & Gabbana sunglasses, a TomTom GPS and a Motorola Bluetooth were stolen. Anyone with information on any of these thefts is asked to contact the Sheriff's Office at 410-535-2800.
BURGLARY: Unknown suspect(s) broke into a home on Wander Drive in Owings sometime between October 14 and 17. Nothing was stolen but over $500 in damage was done when they broke items and poured paint on the floor. A neighboring home was damaged after someone broke into the storage shed, but again, nothing was taken. That damage is estimated at $120. Dep. J. Denton is investigating.
THEFT: Four juvenile males were charged on youth reports with theft and destruction of property after they stole a Polaris Magnum four-wheeler valued at $3000 and over $1000 worth of hunting equipment from vehicles parked on Spears Road in Huntingtown while the owners were hunting. After returning to their trucks, the victims found the items missing and called police. Cpl. R. Selkirk responded and interviewed nearby neighbors who reported seeing the juveniles in the area. Cpl. Selkirk found the juveniles and questioned them. After admitting their involvement, Selkirk charged the two fifteen-year-olds and two thirteen-year-olds on youth reports and released them to a parent. Three of the boys are from Huntingtown and one resides in Owings. Most of the stolen items were recovered but had been damaged.
BURGLARY: DFC P. Wood responded to a home on Chart Court in Lusby on October 21 for the report of a burglary that happened sometime between October 16 and October 21. A Toshiba laptop valued at $500 was stolen.
DRUG ARRESTS: On October 24 at 1:06 a.m. DFC M. Robshaw arrested three people after investigating a suspicious vehicle report on Bayberry Crossing in Owings. Alexandra D. Wilson, 18 of Dunkirk, Alexander Conty, 18 of Owings and Samantha Jo Simms, 18 of Chesapeake Beach, were each charged with possession of marijuana.