LEONARDTOWN, Md. (June 9, 2014)The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.
BURGLARY: On June 6, the owner of El Taco Feliz, located at 21703 Great Mills Road in Lexington Park, reported unknown suspect(s) forced entry into the business sometime between 10:30 PM on 6/5/2014 and 7:00 AM on 6/6/2014. US currency was stolen. Case remains open and is assigned to Corporal M. Rogers. Case #30586-14.
BURGLARY: On June 6, a victim, who resides on Fox Chase Drive, reported unknown suspect(s) entered her unlocked shed and stole a red Honda KC75cc dirt bike. Case remains open and is assigned to Corporal Ross. Case #30587-14.
THREAT: On June 6, during an ongoing domestic situation a subject allegedly made verbal threats to blow up an individuals place of employment, which was the Northern Senior Center located in Mechanicsville. The director of the center was notified of the alleged threat and made the decision to evacuate the building. The building was subsequently searched and nothing suspicious was found. Case closed by Deputy Murphy. Case #30639-14.
BURGLARY: On June 7, a victim, who resides on Matthew Drive in Lexington Park, reported unknown suspect(s) entered her residence and stole property. Case remains open. Case #30686-14.
BURGLARY: On June 7, a victim, who resides on Reeder Sanders Lane in California, reported unknown suspect(s) entered her residence and stole property. Case remains open. Case #30701-14.
ASSIST OTHER AGENCY: On June 7, deputies responded to a residence located on Cypress Way in Lexington Park to assist fire department personnel with a house fire. Case #30717-14.
VANDALSIM: On June 7, Deputy Logue found 3 handicap parking signs had been damaged at the Chaptico Park located on Budds Creek Road. Case #30796-14.
BURGLARY: On June 7, a victim, who resides on St. Andrews Church Road, reported unknown suspect(s) forced entry into the home and stole several items of property. Case remains open and is assigned to Corporal Ross. Case #30819-14.
FRAUD: On June 7, a victim, who resides on Three Notch Road in St. James, reported unknown suspects added phone lines to his Verizon account without his knowledge. Case #30807-14.
BURGLARY TO MOTOR VEHICLE: On June 9, a victim, who resides in the 40000 block of Bishop Road, reported hearing a noise outside. He went outside to investigate the noise and found 2 black male suspects near his vehicle with the doors open. The suspects fled on foot. A second vehicle was found to have been entered and property stolen. Case remains open and is assigned to Corporal Reppel. Case #31136-14.
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