LEONARDTOWN, Md. (June 12, 2014)The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office released the following incident and arrest reports.
PROPERTY DESTRUCTION: On June 11, the owner of El Taco Feliz located on Great Mills Road reported an unknown suspect threw a rock at the glass door to the business. Case remains open and is assigned to Corporal Ross. Case #31591-14.
BURGLARY: On June 11, a complainant reported unknown suspect(s) entered an apartment located on Fox Chase Drive and damaged the walls sometime during the night on June 10. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Lance. Case #31596-14.
BURGLARY: On June 11, a victim, who resides on Davis Lane in Ridge, reported unknown suspect(s) stole 8 dozen soft shell crabs from his unlocked refrigerator beside his pier. Case remains open and is assigned to Corporal Ross. Case #31563-14.
THEFT: On June 11, a victim reported unknown suspect(s) stole farm equipment from his storage barn. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Lance. Case #31582-14.
ASSIST OTHER AGENCY: On June 12, deputies responded to a residence on Mar A Lee Drive to assist the fire department with a house fire. Personnel from the State Fire Marshal's Office responded to the scene and assumed the investigation. Case #31742-14.
COUNTERFEIT: On June 12, an employee of Canopy Liquor located on Great Mills Road reported he received 3 separate counterfeit 20 dollar bills (separate transactions). Case remains open. Case #31730-14.
COUNTERFEIT TRAVELER'S CHECKS: On June 12, the manager of the Rite Aid located in Lexington Park reported 5 unidentified black male suspects cashed 5 counterfeit $100.00 American Express traveler's checks. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy L. Johnson. Case #31679-14.
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