PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (Sept. 30, 2013)The Calvert County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.
WEEKLY SUMMARY: During the week of September 23 through September 29, deputies responded to 1,307 calls for service throughout the community.
THEFT CASE #13-56462: On September 23 at 9:38 p.m., Dep. C. Ward responded to the Dunkirk Walmart for the report of a shoplifter in custody. Store personnel advised they had followed the suspect out of the store with items in her cart she did not pay for. Ward arrested Jessica Gompers Adams, 38 of Lothian and charged her with theft less than $100. A search incident to arrest revealed suspected drugs. Adams was also charged with possession of a schedule I drug: Heroin.
BURGLARY CASE #13-56625: It appears that a home in the 500 block of Beech Drive in Lusby was entered on September 24 between 5:15 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Approximately $1,200 in damage was done to a door. Nothing seems to have been taken from the home. Dep. W. Beisel is investigating.
THEFT FROM VEHICLES CASE #13-56752: Two vehicles parked outside a home in the 8400 block of Pine Boulevard in Lusby were entered overnight between September 24 and 25 and a teal and tan colored Coach purse, green Coach wallet, change, and keys were stolen. It is unknown if the vehicles had been locked. DFC R. Wilson is investigating.
CASE #13-56756: Three unlocked vehicles in the 8400 block of Stock Drive in Lusby were also entered overnight between September 24 and 25 and $15 in items were taken. DFC Wilson is also investigating these thefts.
ATTEMPTED THEFT CASE #13-56769: Unknown suspect(s) attempted to gain entry into a storage container behind the Sears store in Prince Frederick. Damage is estimated at $500 but no entry was made. Cpl. G. Shrawder is investigating.
BURGLARY CASE #13-56783: A home in the 3600 block of Plum Point Road in Huntingtown was burglarized on September 25 between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Cpl. G. Shrawder is investigating the theft of a Smith & Wesson pistol and other items altogether totaling $550.
THEFT CASE #13-56929: Someone stole four tires and rims worth $2000 from a vehicle on the lot of Bayside Chevrolet in Prince Frederick between September 25 and 26. DFC A. Mohler is investigating.
BURGLARY CASE #13-56930: Unknown suspect(s) broke into the Huntingtown United Methodist Church on Hunting Creek Road overnight between September 25 and 26 and stole brass bells, a television, a DVD player and an amplifier, together valued at over $18,000. They also caused $800 in damage. DFC R. Kreps is handling the investigation.
CDS VIOLATION CASE #13-56989: On September 26 at 4:23 p.m. Dep. L. Wood responded to the area of White Sands Drive and Circle Drive in Lusby for the report of a motor vehicle crash. Wood found the driver of the offending vehicle, Cody Michael Smith, 18 of Lusby, to be in possession of suspected drugs. Smith was charged with various traffic citations and possession of a schedule I drug: Marijuana less than 10 grams. The passenger, Rashad Nathaniel Bonner, 18, also of Lusby, was charged with possession of a schedule I drug; Marijuana less than 10 grams.
BURGLARY CASE #13-57104: Someone broke into the storage shed at the Huntingtown Compactor Site on Hunting Creek Road overnight between September 26 and 27 and stole a red push lawn mower, a Toro electric leaf blower and an orange extension cord, altogether valued at $375. Anyone with information is asked to contact Dep. N. Lenharr at 410-535-2800.
THEFT CASE #13-57105: A theft of $30,000 worth of 50 pound steel weights was discovered on September 25 at a construction site on H.G. Trueman Road in Lusby. Dep. T. Buckler is investigating.
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY CASE #13-57136: Someone tried to pry open the front door to the Moments in Time store on St. Leonard Road between September 26 and 27. Entry was not gained. Dep. T. Buckler is investigating.
BURGLARY CASE #13-57403: Someone broke into a home in the 700 block of Joy Lee Court in Huntingtown on September 28 between 7:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. The suspect(s) stole cash. Dep. P. Mosely is investigating.
THEFT FROM VEHICLE CASE #13-57521: Unknown suspect(s) entered a vehicle parked outside a home in the 1300 block of Duchess Lane in Huntingtown overnight between September 28 and 29 and stole cash and a Passport radar detector. Dep. W. Beisel is investigating.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY CASE #13-57539: Someone spray painted the side of a Winnebago that was parked in the driveway of a home in the 1000 block of Cattle Drive Lane in Lusby between September 27 and 29 causing $500 in damage. Dep. G. Gott is continuing the investigation.
BURGLARY CASE #13-57601: A homeowner in the 11400 block of Horseshoe Trail in Lusby called police on September 29 at about 8:27 p.m. to report that he had tackled a burglar coming out of his shed with the victim's gas can but released the suspect prior to police arriving on the scene. The victim gave a description of the suspect and the vehicle he escaped in and a lookout was broadcast. The vehicle was stopped and the driver, identified as Thomas Arthur Taylor, Jr., 33 of Lusby, fit the description of the suspect. Taylor was arrested and charged with 4th degree burglary, theft less than $100 and driving while under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.
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