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LA PLATA, Md. (June 19, 2013)—The Charles County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.
BURGLARY: Between June 15 - June 17, unknown suspect(s) broke into a house under renovation in the 9200 block of Gallagher Lane in Faulkner and stole copper pipes. Officer R. Snyder is investigating.
THEFT OF HEAT PUMPS: Between June 1 - June 14, unknown suspect(s) stole two heat pumps from a vacant home in the 8300 block of Warren Drive in Pomfret. Cpl. C. Long is investigating.
THEFT OF WHEELS: Between June 12 - June 13, unknown suspect(s) stole four 2005 chrome C6 wheels from a Corvette parked in the 2200 block of Woodberry Drive in Bryans Road. Pfc T. Smith is investigating.
THEFT FROM AUTOS: Between June 9 -June 10, unknown suspect(s) stole two iPod Nano's from an unlocked car in the 9000 block of Basswood Run in Bel Alton. Pfc. W. Halt is investigating.
DETECTIVES IDENTIFY ROBBERY SUSPECT: Charles County Sheriff Rex W. Coffey said good field work by detectives led to the identity of the suspect wanted in connection with the June 10 robbery of a La Plata convenience store. During the robbery, the suspect approached a clerk, implied he had a gun and demanded money. He fled but not before a surveillance camera captured his image. Detectives canvassed the surrounding area and within a short time investigators received information that a man fitting the description of the suspect was seen at a local motel. Detectives located the man, Hunter Turner Hulon, 48, of North Carolina, and subsequently linked him to the robbery. "Our detectives were determined to get this guy identified as quickly as possible. They acted on their investigative experience and their efforts paid off. As a result, they took a felon out of our community," said Sheriff Coffey. Hulon was charged with robbery and is being detained at the Charles County Detention Center. Detectives J. Austin, K. Gross and J. Elliott investigated.
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