Monday, December 14, 2015

Incident Briefs 12/11 - 12/14

Theft – Unknown suspect(s) removed a package from a victim’s front porch on Sun Dew Place in Lexington Park. CASE# 71997-15

Breaking and Entering to a Motor Vehicle – During the overnight hours, unknown suspect(s) damaged a vehicle parked at St. Mary’s Motors in Lexington Park. CASE# 72009-15

Property Destruction – Unknown suspect(s) discharged a firework in a victim’s mailbox on the 27000 block of Erin Drive in Mechanicsville. The State Fire Marshal’s Office was contacted and made aware of the incident. CASE# 72233-13

Vandalism – Numerous victims reported tires on their vehicles had been punctured with a sharp object in the Lexington Estates neighborhood in Lexington Park. CASE# 72253-15, 72255-15, 72256-15, 77259-15, 72260-15, 72264-15, 72265-15, 72267-15, 72268-15, 72274-15, 72276-15, 72290-15

Vandalism – Three road signs were damaged by being removed from their holes and broken off during the overnight hours. Unknown suspect(s) stole a Christmas decoration from one of the poles and tampered with the holiday lights on the Breton Bay sign. Incidents occurred in Breton Bay in Leonardtown. CASE# 72314-15

Burglary – Unknown suspect(s) entered a garage between 12/05/15 and 12/12/15, and stole a dirt bike on the 16000 block of Camp Merryelande Road in Piney Point. CASE# 72362-15

Rape – A victim reported being raped on the 21000 block of Old Missouri Street in Lexington Park. The Criminal Investigations Division and Crime Lab responded and assumed the investigation. CASE# 73292-15

Burglary – Unknown suspect(s) forced entry into a shed and stole property on Edinborough Drive in Mechanicsville. CASE# 72482-15

As part of our continued effort to increase public awareness, the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office provides a daily (excluding weekends) report called Incident Briefs. The report contains selected crimes, which are of interest to the residents of St. Mary’s County. Addresses shown indicate blocks and not specific locations. This report is not a comprehensive list of every police event in St. Mary’s County during the stated time frame.

Note: The information contained in the Incident Brief report is based on initial reports made to the Sheriff’s Office. Follow-up investigations may reveal different information.

If you have any questions regarding information contained in the Incident Report contact Jennifer Stone, Public Information Officer, at 301-475-4200, ext. 1922, or by email at