Friday, October 31, 2014

HELP SMCSO SOLVE Jet Ski THEFT

Mechanicsville, Maryland - Sometime between Saturday, October 25th at 5:00 PM and Tuesday, October 28th at 9:00 AM, unknown suspect(s) stole (2) 2009 SEADOO, both are yellow and black, model RXT, 3-passenger jet skis from the fenced lot of Trumbull Motorsports located at 27967 Baptist Church Road. Both jet skis were on an EZ-load double trailer which was also stolen. 

The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public's help with solving this crime. Anyone with information about this crime is asked to call Corporal Jaime Davis at 301.475.4200 X 9016. Case #57530-14.       

NOT actual stolen jet ski 

2014 Veteran's Day Parade


Sex Offender Checks Conducted on Halloween

On October 31, 2014, detectives with the St. Mary's County Sheriff’s Office Sex Offender Compliance Unit, Criminal Investigations Division Support Team, in conjunction with Agents from the Maryland Department of Parole and Probation will be conducting Sex Offender compliance checks at the residences of registered sex offenders throughout St. Mary’s County.

Detectives and agents will be deployed from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM ensuring compliance with sex offender laws and regulations as well as special rules such as “No Candy” signs or “Halloween Decorations” are permitted at the residences of sex offenders.  Sex offenders who are on parole or probation are required to place signs in a conspicuous manner outside their homes and may not have any Halloween decorations on their residence beginning at 6:00 PM.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Corporal James R. Molitor RETIRES

Sheriff Tim Cameron and the men and women of the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office announce the retirement of Corporal James "Jim" Molitor ID #103. He received a proclamation from the Board of County Commissioners this morning thanking him for his many years of dedicated service to St. Mary's County. 

Corporal Molitor began his career with the Sheriff's Office in May 1998. Corporal Molitor has always been a faithful employee, friend, and mentor to many of his fellow officers. Although Corporal Molitor will be leaving the Sheriff's Office, his sons Randy and Kevin continue his legacy of service to St. Mary's County; Randy as a Correctional Officer First Class and Kevin as a Deputy Sheriff with the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office.  

Corporal Molitor's law enforcement family wish him all the best in retired life and we THANK him for his service. We will miss you... 




Incident Briefs 10-28-14

10-27-14 BURGLARY - Unknown suspect(s) forced entry into the Duke Elementary School, which is under construction located on Hayden Farm Lane in Leonardtown. Suspect(s) stole several items of property. Case remains open. Case #57307-14

10-27-14 BURGLARY MOTOR VEHICLE - A victim reported unknown suspect(s) entered his unlocked vehicle while it was parked at the Chancellor's Run Regional Park and stole property. Case #57325-14

10-27-14 BURGLARY MOTOR VEHICLE - A victim, who resides on King James Parkway in Lexington Park, reported unknown suspect(s) entered his unlocked vehicle and stole property. Case #57358-14

10-28-14 ATTEMPTED BURGLARY - A victim, who resides on Red Oak Lane, reported unknown suspect(s) attempted to enter her garage bay door, damaging the door. Case remains open. Case #57424-14

Monday, October 27, 2014

Trafficking Awareness Night - November 2nd


2014 Kohl's Cup Soccer Tournament


4th Annual Claire's Cup


Vice Narcotics Arrests 10-27-14

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Information was received by detectives of drug activity in the Piney Point area and the source of the drug activity was Shannon Danielle Parker (Age 38 of Piney Point, Md.). As the investigation continued, a vehicle stop was conducted by a member of the Vice/Narcotics Support Team on a vehicle in which suspect Parker was in. A search revealed a digital scale, cocaine, methamphetamine and “suboxone”. Suspect Parker and another suspect Thomas Ronald Morgan aka “Big Head” (Age 50 of Piney Point, Md.) were arrested. A search and seizure warrant on the home led to nearly $1,000 worth of “crystal methamphetamine”, cocaine and other paraphernalia. Additional charges are pending a case review with State’s Attorney Richard D. Fritz.
Shannon Parker

Thomas Morgan


Gerald Lawrence (Age 64 of Callaway, Md.) was indicted for “Distribution of Cocaine”.

Gerald Lawrence


John Wendell Young (Age 40 of Leonardtown, Md.) was indicted by detectives after he was found to be in possession of “Cocaine” and “Oxycodone” in sufficient amounts to indicate intent to distribute.

John Young


Travis Richardson (Age 28 of Lusby, Md.) was identified as a distributor of cocaine in the Redgate area of St. Mary’s County. As a result of that investigation, a search and seizure warrant was obtained for his residence where detectives recovered cocaine, digital scales, packaging materials and a handgun. Suspect Richardson is a convicted felon and prohibited from possessing a firearm. He was subsequently indicted for those charges as well as several counts of “distribution of cocaine” after detectives made multiple undercover purchases of cocaine from him.

Travis Richardson 


Amanda Lynn Norris (Age 26 of Callaway, Md.) was indicted for “Distribution of Cocaine” after detectives made undercover purchases from her.



Amanda Norris



Lewis Tyler Yates (Age 22 of St. Inigoes, Md.) was indicted  for “Distribution of Morphine”after detectives made undercover purchases from him.

Lewis Yates


Richard Clayton Hewitt (Age 38) of Lexington Park, were targets of a prescription drug investigation. Detectives discovered both to be in possession of morphine and related paraphernalia. Additional charges are pending a review with State’s Attorney Richard D. Fritz.
Abigail Adams 

Richard Hewitt III

Inquiries should be directed to Captain Daniel D. Alioto, Commander of Vice/Narcotics, at 301-475-4200 x1918.

WAWA COUNTERFEIT SUSPECT - IDENTIFIED

UPDATE 10-27-14: The suspect pictured below HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED. THANK YOU!





Original Press release: 
Mechanicsville, Maryland - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying the suspect pictured below. 



Sunday, September 28, 2014, at 9:05 AM, the suspect passed a counterfeit $100.00 bill at the Wawa located at 27605 Three Notch Road. He was last seen getting into a dark blue or black Ford Crown Victoria. Anyone with information regarding the identity of the suspect or about the crime in general is asked to call Deputy Murphy at 301.475.4200 X 9052. CASE #52087-14.

Arrests 10-27-14

FIRST DEGREE ASSAULT – On October 20, 2014, Deputy Logue responded to a residence on Holly Hill Lane in California, for a domestic assault. The victim alleged suspect Annette Wright Gonzalez, 44, of California, struck the victim with her hands and threw a knife at the victim during an argument. Gonzalez was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. She was charged with 1st and 2nd Degree Assault.
Annette Gonzalez

ROGUE & VAGABOND – On October 22, 2014, Deputy S. Cameron responded to the 23000 block of FDR Blvd., after a citizen reported seeing a male suspect entering unlocked vehicles and attempting to open other vehicles in the parking lot. The citizen provided a description of the suspect. Deputy Cameron observed a male suspect matching the description who immediately fled on foot as Deputy Cameron approached. The suspect, identified as Earl Linwood Kent JR., 19, of Great Mills, was taken into custody after a short foot chase. He was subsequently identified as the suspect seen entering and attempting to entry parked vehicles. Kent was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with Rogue and Vagabond.
Earl Kent JR.


VIOLATION PROTECTIVE ORDER – On October 23, 2014, Corporal D. Snyder responded to a residence located in the 26000 block of South Sandgates Road, for a reported violation of a protective order. The victim alleged suspect Donald Earl Walker, 26, of Hughesville, entered the victim’s yard and yelled at the victim in violation of an active protective order. Walker was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 2 COUNTS Violation of Protective Order.
Donald Walker


VIOLATION PROTECTIVE ORDER – On October 23, 2014, Corporal Corcoran responded to a residence on Fox Chase Drive, for a reported violation of a protective order. The victim alleged suspect Nathaniel Carl Taylor, 20, of Park Hall, called the victim on the phone in violation of an active protective order. Corporal Corcoran located Taylor and placed him under arrest. Taylor was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with Violation of Protective Order.

Nathaniel Taylor


FIRST DEGREE ASSAULT – On October 26, 2014, DFC Flerlage responded to a residence on Mount Wolf Way in Charlotte Hall, for a subject with a knife. DFC Flerlage located a male victim inside the residence who reported suspect Matthew Garrett Nicholson, 30, of Charlotte Hall, was arguing with a female in the home and began to chase her with a knife. The male victim attempted to intervene and was punched in the torso by Nicholson. Nicholson was subsequently apprehended exiting the attack window. He was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. Nicholson was charged with 1st Degree Assault and 2 COUNTS 2nd Degree Assault.

Matthew Nicholson


ASSAULT ON POLICE OFFICER – On October 24, 2014, Deputy Teague responded to a residence on Lawrence Avenue, for a disturbance. Deputy Teague spoke to Doris Elizabeth Thomas, 49, of Leonardtown, who appeared to be very intoxicated and refused to answer questions. Thomas turned the volume up on her stereo so that Deputy Teague could not hear her. As he turned the volume down, Thomas slapped his arm and pushed him away from the stereo. Thomas was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. She was charged with 2nd Degree Assault.

Doris Thomas



ASSAULT – On October 24, 2014, Deputy Beyer responded to a residence in Mechanicsville for an assault. The victim alleged suspect Glenn Fitzgerald Fenwick, 53, of Mechanicsville, engaged in an argument with the victim over a text message the victim received. The victim and Fenwick went outside where the argument continued. Fenwick then grabbed a shovel and struck the victim on the back of the arm. Deputy Beyer observed a fresh injury on the victim’s arm. Fenwick was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 2nd Degree Assault.      
Glenn Fenwick

Incident Briefs 10-23-14 to 10-26-14

10-23-14 BURGLARY - A victim, who resides on Oregon Way in Lexington Park, reported an unidentified suspect entered his home and stole property. Case #56555-14

10-23-14 BURGLARY MOTOR VEHICLE - A victim, who resides on St. John's Circle, reported unknown suspect(s) entered her vehicle and stole property. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy John Davis. Case #56505-14

10-24-14 VANDALISM - A victim, who resides on Lexwood Court in Lexington Park, reported unknown suspect(s) shattered the windshield on her vehicle. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Lawrence. Case #56693-14

10-25-14 BURGLARY - A victim, who resides on Petal Court in Mechanicsville, reported unknown suspect(s) entered his shed and stole property. Case remains open. Case #56974-14

10-25-14 SHOOTING COMPLAINT - A victim, who resides on Hill House Farm lane in Lexington Park, reported a pellet from a shotgun round struck his truck while he was outside. Investigation revealed the pellet came from persons shooting on nearby private property. Case #56979-14

10-26-14 BURGLARY - A victim, who resides on Beach Drive in Scotland, reported unknown suspect(s) entered the home and stole property. Case #57155-14

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Incident Briefs 10-22-14

10-21-14 THEFT - A victim, who resides on Huntt Road in Mechanicsville, reported unknown suspect(s) stole property from the residence during a party. Case remains open. Case #56810-14




Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Halloween 2014 SAFETY TIPS


ARRESTS 10-21-14

ASSAULT/RESISTING ARREST – On October 9, 2014, Deputy Bowen responded to a residence located on Catalina Lane in California, after several witnesses reported a vehicle passing a stopped school bus with red lights flashing. Deputy Bowen made contact with suspect Joyce Marie Rulapaugh, 50, of California, who matched the description provided by witnesses. Rulapaugh refused to provide Deputy Bowen with her driver’s license and registration information so he may issue her a traffic citation. Eventually, Rulapaugh retrieved her driver’s license only to hold it up in the air refusing to allow Deputy Bowen to see it. Deputy Bowen warned Rulapaugh several times if she did not provide the information to him she would be arrested. Rulapaugh ignored all warnings. She subsequently resisted arrest and pushed Deputy Bowen. Rulapaugh was placed under arrest after a brief struggle. She was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with Obstructing/Hindering, 2nd Degree Assault, and Resisting Arrest.


Joyce Rulapaugh

ASSAULT – On October 12, 2014, Deputy Flerlage responded to a residence on Johnson Road in Hollywood, for a reported domestic assault. The victim alleged suspect Darleen Lyn Johnson-Taylor, 47, of Leonardtown, kicked the victim in the abdomen and hit the victim in the face during an argument. Deputy Flerlage observed fresh evidence of injury on the victim. Deputy Flerlage located Johnson-Taylor and placed her under arrest. She was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with 2nd Degree Assault.
Darleen Johnson-Taylor

VIOLATION PROTECTIVE ORDER – On October 6, 2014, Deputy Logue made contact with the victim who alleged suspect Anthony Marico Wilson JR, 26, of California, called the victim 18 times from the St. Mary’s County Detention Center where he is incarcerated. Wilson called the victim in violation of an active protective order. Wilson was charged with 18 COUNTS Violation Protective Order.


Anthony Wilson JR.



THEFT – On October 14, 2014, Deputy Roszell responded to Kmart located on Three Notch Road in California, for a reported theft in progress. Kmart employees observed a white male, wearing a white tank top, remove a television set from the packaging, then exit the store with without paying. Deputy Roszell saw a male suspect in the parking lot matching the description provided by store employees. He was identified as the suspect who stole the television. Suspect Martin Roland Abell, 38, of Valley Lee, was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with Theft Under $1,000 and 2 COUNTS of Property Destruction.      


Martin Abell

BURGLARY – On October 14, 2014, Deputy Wesner responded to a residence on Cabot Place in Lexington Park, after a witness reported a burglary to an unoccupied residence. Deputy Wesner located 2 suspects inside the residence, identified as Divon James Chase, 23, of Lexington Park, and Jordan Tyler McGee, 19, of Virginia. Neither suspect had permission to be inside the residence. Chase and McGee were placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. They were charged with 4th Degree Burglary.


Divon Chase

Jordan McGee


DUI ARRESTS:
Thomas Henry Brown, 35, of Charlotte Hall, 10-12-14 by Deputy Manns NP

Terri James Junior Dyer, 26, of Lexington Park, 10-12-14 by Deputy Fennessey
Terri Dyer

Brandy Sue Springer, 39, of Valley Lee, 10-15-14 by Deputy Schultz
Brandy Springer


Community Alcohol Coalition Reminder


Incident Briefs 10-21-14

10-20-14 Property Destruction - Corporal Rogers responded to Cecils Mill Country Store located on Indian Bridge Road, for reported damage to the building. Unknown suspect(s) appeared to have been driving recklessly through the parking lot causing rocks to strike the glass windows. 3 of the windows were damaged. Case #55951-14


Monday, October 20, 2014

Health Fair: The Way to Wellness - Informational Flyer


Health Fair: The Way to Wellness Public Service Announcement


COPs UNIT, CID Make Quick Arrest in Robbery Attempt

ATTEMPTED ARMED ROBBERY/FIRST DEGREE ASSAULT – On October 17, 2014, Deputy Beasley responded to the Burger King located on Great Mills Road in Lexington Park, for a reported armed robbery. The victim, an employee of the restaurant, reported an unknown suspect drove up to the drive thru window after ordering food. The suspect suddenly pointed a handgun at the victim and demanded money. The employee ducked down behind the counter and alerted the manager. The suspect, described as a white male operating a small red pick-up truck, immediately left the scene.

A short time later, Sergeant Clay Safford, assigned to the Lexington Park COPs UNIT, observed a truck matching the description provided by the victim. Sergeant Safford stopped the truck on Spring Valley Drive. Detective Corporal David Alexander from the Criminal Investigations Division responded to the vehicle stop and additional investigation was conducted. The driver, identified as Jake Travis Marble, 29, of no fixed address, was subsequently placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’ s County Detention Center. He was charged with Attempted Armed Robbery and First Degree Assault.    
Jake Travis Marble 


Sheriff’s Office Offering Medication Collection at Health Fair


Hollywood, Maryland - The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office will offer a prescription collection service at the annual Health Fair: "The Way to Wellness" being held on Friday, October 24th at the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center located at 44219 Airport Road from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Admission is FREE. 

This service will allow citizens to safely dispose of unwanted and/or expired medications. This is a safe and eco-friendly way to dispose of your medications. Toxins from drugs that are disposed of into landfills or down toilets and sinks can pollute the environment and pose health hazards.

What medications can be collected?
All non-prescription over the counter medications, prescription medications, and pet medications; in the form of pills, liquids, ointments, and lotions will be accepted. Syringes, inhalers (containing medications in aerosol canisters), and chemotherapy drugs either in IV liquid or oral form WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.  

Information will also be available relating to prescription medications and opiates.

"We really encourage people in the community to dispose of medications properly. Failing to dispose of medications properly will not only damage the environment, but can also make you a target for crime. This event will work two-fold; we will not just collect expired medications, but we will also have deputies educating the public about the potential for abuse of medications. We are making this a priority by offering this service at the Health Fair, in addition to the 24/7 drop-off located at the Sheriff’s Office. We are hoping to expand this service to those in the community with a moderate or severe disability that prevents them from disposing of their medications at our 24/7 disposal in the future" -- Captain Daniel Alioto, Commander, Vice Narcotics Division

The Health Fair will offer activities, screenings, and exhibits aimed at promoting health and wellness for all ages. No pre-registration is required. 

Reminder: Citizens can continue to drop off their unwanted medications 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the collection box located inside the lobby of Sheriff's Office Headquarters located at 23150 Leonard Hall Drive in Leonardtown. 


For more information, contact Jennifer Stone at 301.475.4200 X 1073. For more information visit, www.stmarysmd.com/aging or like and share the Facebook page, keyword: Way to Wellness.

Motorcycle Recovered - SMCSO still looking for suspect

UPDATE 10-20-14: The 2007 Suzuki GSX 600 pictured below has been recovered. SMCSO still needs the public's help with solving this crime. If you have any information regarding this crime, please call Deputy Schultz at 301.475.4200 X 1953. THANK YOU. 

Original Press Release:
Lexington Park, Maryland - On Thursday, September 11, 2014, unknown suspect(s) stole a black 2007 Suzuki GSX 600 motorcycle (pictured) from the parking lot of the Green's Apartments located on Hilton Drive. Anyone with information regarding this crime can is asked to call Deputy Schultz at 301.475.4200 X 1953



Two Time THEFT SUSPECT - IDENTIFIED

UPDATE 10-20-14: The suspect in this case HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED.

ORIGINAL PRESS RELEASE:
Lexington Park, Maryland - The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public's help in identifying the suspect pictured below. 
Monday, October 6, 2014, at 12:51 PM, and on Tuesday, October 7, 2014, at 2:30 PM, the suspect stole merchandise from the Wawa Food Market located at 22530 Three Notch Road. The suspect was wearing the same clothing on both occasions. Anyone with information regarding the identity of the suspect or about the crime in general is asked to call Deputy Matthew Rogers at 301.475.4200 x 1949. CASE #53732-14.         

Fraud Suspect HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED

UPDATE 10-20-14: The suspect involved in this crime HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED.


ORIGINAL PRESS RELEASE:
Charlotte Hall, Maryland - The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public's help in identifying the suspect pictured below.
Monday, October 7, 2014, at 5:00 PM, the suspect used a stolen credit card at the Wawa Food Market located at 30320 Three Notch Road. The credit card was stolen from the victim’s car while it was parked at the World Gym in Mechanicsville. Suspect(s) smashed the passenger window of the victim's vehicle to make entry. 
The credit card was also used at the Food Lion store in Charlotte Hall at 4:55 PM, and again at Dj’s One Stop in Mechanicsville at 5:32 PM.
The suspect is described as a white female, approximately 21 years of age, with dark hair and wearing a black t shirt and blue jeans. She has piercings on her lips and ears. She was seen in a maroon Ford Taurus. Anyone with information regarding the identity of this suspect or about this crime in general, is asked to call Deputy First Class Flerlage at 301.475.4200 x 2237. CASE #53759-14.


DO YOU KNOW ME? - Wawa Counterfeit Suspect

Mechanicsville, Maryland - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying the suspect pictured below. 

Sunday, September 28, 2014, at 9:05 AM, the suspect passed a counterfeit $100.00 bill at the Wawa located at 27605 Three Notch Road. He was last seen getting into a dark blue or black Ford Crown Victoria. Anyone with information regarding the identity of the suspect or about the crime in general is asked to call Deputy Murphy at 301.475.4200 X 9052. CASE #52087-14. 




JOINT PRESS RELEASE SMCSO AND WALDEN SIERRA

The St. Mary’s County Board of Commissioners has authorized onetime funding of $35,000 to the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office to provide for Correctional Level 2.1 Intensive Outpatient Services for female inmates at the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. These services will utilize a trauma informed approach linking to community outpatient and/or residential care as needed which will be provided by Walden. Walden will provide assessments and substance abuse treatment. Walden holds both State and National accreditation to provide correctional level services and currently works with male inmates requiring substance abuse treatment.

"This grant funding provides much needed treatment for female inmates with emphasis on coordinated care that will help them return to the community, stay in the community, and not re-offend” -- Tim Cameron, Sheriff, St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office.

“This grant opportunity expands on the longstanding partnership between Walden and the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office. These dollars will provide for more intensive treatment interventions as well as helping female inmates transition back into the community reducing the likelihood they will return to the detention center” -- Walden’s CEO, Dr. Kathleen O’Brien.

It is expected that in FY 16 funding will be available to continue this project through the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Primary Outcome Indicators:
  • Increase in the number of female inmates remaining in treatment and having a successful follow up with treatment in the community after their release.
  • Decrease in the recidivism rate for the one year following release for female inmates receiving IOP services.

Process Measures:
  • Number of female assessments for IOP services
  • Number of females participating in IOP services
  • Number of women receiving Trauma Informed Care
  • Number of women transitioning to community based outpatient/residential treatment

To help support this project Walden recently was awarded a Byrne Justice Memorial Assistance Grant. This grant in the amount of $50,000 will provide residential treatment access which will be prioritized for female inmates participating in the IOP program and provide coordinated access to residential services both helping to relieve overcrowding and ensuring a transition to community based services.

About Walden
Walden offers a comprehensive array of behavioral health treatment, and recovery services to individuals and families throughout the community. These services include crisis intervention, psychiatric and mental health therapy, trauma services related to relationship abuse or sexual assault, drug and alcohol services and community and recovery support services such as the free and open to the public Beacon of Hope and The Cove/DFZ Recovery and Wellness Centers.


For more information about how Walden can help, please visit www.waldensierra.org, contact the 24-hour crisis hotline at 301-863-6661 anonymously, or call the appointment line at 301-997-1300/888-912-7366. Walden can also be found on Facebook and Twitter. 


Incident Briefs 10-11-14 to 10-19-14

10-11-14 BURGLARY - A victim, who resides on Pin Cushion Road in Leonardown, reported unknown suspect(s) entered her garage and stole property. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Murphy. Case #54443-14

10-11-14 THEFT/VANDALISM - Unknown suspect(s) damaged and stole street signs in the Woodland Park area of the Wildewood subdivision. Case #s 54428-14, 54424-14, 54426-14, and 54434-14

10-12-14 BURGLARY - A victim, who resides on Maddox Road reported unknown suspect(s) entered his residence and stole property. Case #54528-14

10-14-14 BURGLARY - A victim, who resides on Winding Way in Lexington Park, reported unknown suspect(s) entered her residence and stole property. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Beasley. Case #54929-14

10-14-14 ATTEMPTED BURGLARY - A victim, who resides on Oakley Road in Avenue, reported unknown suspect(s) attempted to make entry into her residence by kicking the back door. Case #54947-14

10-15-14 BURGLARY - A victim, who resides on Evergreen Park Drive in Lexington Park, reported unknown suspect(s) entered his shed and stole property. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Knott. Case #54990-14

10-15-14 BURGLARY TO MOTOR VEHICLE - A victim, who resides on Oak Ridge Drive in Mechanicsville, reported an unknown suspect entered her unlocked vehicle. The suspect fled when the victim came outside.  Nothing appeared to have been stolen. Case #55037-14

10-15-14 BURGLARY - A victim, who resides in the 19000 block of Three Notch Road in St. James, reported unknown suspect(s) entered his residence and stole property. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Lawrence. Case #54992-14

10-15-14 ATTEMPTED BURGLARY - A victim, who resides on Primrose Way in California, reported unknown suspect(s) attempted to entered his residence through the back door. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Beyer. Case #55280-14

10-18-14 BURGLARY - A victim, who resides on Morning Dew Lane in Lexington Park, reported unknown suspect(s) entered her residence and stole property. Case remains open. Case #55702-14

10-19-14 STRONG ARMED ROBBERY - A victim reported 2 unidentified black males threatened the victim and stole the McDonald's food he had just purchased along with other personal items, while he was walking on Great Mills Road. Case remains open and is assigned to Corporal Connelly. Case #55740-14

10-19-14 STRONG ARMED ROBBERY - A victim reported he was walking in the area of Lei Drive in Lexington Park when he was approached and beaten by 3 unidentified black male suspects. The suspects took the victim's backpack and fled on foot. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Cameron. Case #55764-14

10-19-14 VANDALISM - 5 vehicles were damaged while parked at the AMC Theater. Suspect(s) appeared to have jumped on the engine hoods and roofs and or broke out windows to 5 vehicles. Case remains open and is assigned to Corporal Connelly. Case #55779-14

10-19-14 BURGLARY - A victim reported unknown suspect(s) stole a headlight assemble from his Toyota Sequoia while it was parked at the La Quinta Inn on Three Notch Road. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy John Davis. Case #55824-14


 

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Detectives Investigate Suspicious Incident - Hollywood

Hollywood, Maryland - On October 14, 2014 at 8:34 AM, deputies responded to a residence for a reported suspicious incident. The juvenile victim alleged unknown suspects abducted the victim for a period of time. Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Division immediately responded and assumed the investigation. 

After conducting a thorough investigation, detectives determined the report was unfounded.