Thursday, June 11, 2015

Incident Briefs 6-8-15 to 6-11-15

6-9-15 Burglary - Unknown suspect(s) entered the Teariffic Cafe located on MacArthur Blvd., in the San Souci Plaza by smashing a window. Suspect(s) stole the cash register. Numerous deputies and K9 unit conducted an extensive search with negative results. CASE #33652-15

6-9-15 Attempted Burglary - at 4:10 AM, deputies responded to Cook's Liquors located on Point Lookout Road for an alarm activation. Deputies located a piece of concrete outside the business which appeared to have been thrown at the glass door. No entry was made into the business. CASE #33654-15

6-9-15 Burglary to Motor Vehicle - Unknown suspect(s) entered an unlocked vehicle on South Pembrook Drive in Leonardtown and stole a wallet. CASE #33694-15

6-10-15 Theft Motor Vehicle - The owner of a 1997 Chevrolet truck reported the truck stolen from the A&E Motel located on Great Mills Road in Lexington Park. A short time later, the truck was found by Corporal Cathcart unoccupied on Frank Hayden Lane. The truck was returned to the owner. CASE #33842-15

6-10-15 Theft - Unknown suspect(s) stole 2 trail cameras from the property of a residence on Harpers Court in Mechanicsville. CASE #33901-15

6-10-15 Burglary to Motor Vehicle - Unknown suspect(s) entered the trunk of a vehicle on Compton Street in Leonardtown, and stole property. CASE #33912-15

6-10-15 Injured Subject - Deputies responded to a residence on Onion Fields Lane for a male subject shot in the hand. The investigation revealed the man accidentally shot himself in the hand while cleaning a handgun. He was treated at MedStar St. Mary's Hospital; the injury was not life- threatening. CASE #34011-15

6-10-15 Armed Robbery - At 11:23 PM, deputies responded to the Mechanicsville Burchmart for a robbery. A white male suspect entered the business, indicated he had a weapon, and demanded money. The suspect then fled on foot. Numerous deputies and K9 units conducted a search with negative results for the suspect. The Criminal Investigations Division has assumed the investigation. CASE #34074-15