Monday, September 28, 2015

Incident Briefs 9-24-15 – 9-27-15

Theft – Unknown suspect(s) removed a license plate from the rear of a vehicle on Pegg Road in Lexington Park. CASE# 56688-15

Burglary – An unknown suspect entered a shed and stole property on Wheeler Road in Lexington Park. CASE# 56695-15

Fraud – Unknown suspect(s) fraudulently used a debit card in Baltimore, Frederick and Belair. CASE# 56744-15

Vandalism – Unknown suspect(s) scratched a vehicle on Jenna Court in Lexington Park. CASE# 56747-15

Fraud – Unknown suspect(s) fraudulently used a debit card in Fallston, MD and Winchester, VA. CASE# 56946-15

Theft – A victim alleged a suspect stole a PlayStation 4 and games from the victim’s residence on the 46000 block of Valley Court in Lexington Park, MD. CASE# 57001-15

Assault – A victim alleged a suspect struck the victim in the face during an argument on the 25000 block of Budds Creek Road in Mechanicsville.

Property Destruction – Unknown suspect(s) removed a speed limit sign on the 39000 block of Summit Hill Drive in Mechanicsville. CASE# 57040-15

Theft – Unknown suspect(s) removed eight pocket knives from their packaging at Dick’s Sporting Goods in California. CASE# 57094-15

Theft – On September 22, an unknown suspect entered Ace Hardware in Charlotte Hall and removed tools that were on display. CASE# 57128-15                                                                                    

Theft – Unknown suspect(s) stole two rototillers from Tractor Supply in Hollywood during the overnight hours. CASE# 57097-15


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