Bur­glar­ies, thefts re­ported

The Calvert Recorder - - News - AN­DREW CEPHAS

Deputy Cur­tis Cal­li­son re­sponded to Black­berry Lane in Prince Fred­er­ick for a re­ported bur­glary Sept. 7. Upon ar­rival the vic­tim said their back door was open, but noth­ing ap­peared to be stolen or dam­aged inside the house.

On Sept. 8, Deputy Aaron Locke re­sponded to Fifth Street in Owings for the re­port of a bur­glary. The vic­tim told au­thor­i­ties his de­tached shed doors were dam­aged by some­one. Noth­ing ap­peared to be miss­ing from the shed.

Deputy Galen Gott re­sponded to Santa Fe Trail in Lusby Sept. 9 for the re­port of a bur­glary. The com­plainant said some­one pried on the shed door to break it open. No items ap­peared to be stolen from the shed.

Some­time be­tween Sept. 2 and 3, sev­eral items were stolen from a res­i­dence on Lisa Lane in Lusby. Deputy Galen Gott re­sponded to the scene Sept. 4, at which time the vic­tim said a red trac­tor sup­ply floor jack and a red WEN 3500 gen­er­a­tor were stolen from his yard. The value of the stolen prop­erty is $435.

On Sept. 5, Deputy Galen Gott re­sponded to San An­gelo Drive in Lusby for a theft re­port. The com­plainant said some­time be­tween Aug. 30 and Sept. 4 some­one stole the air con­di­tion­ing unit along with the cop­per wires to the unit out­side the res­i­dence. The es­ti­mated value is $800.

Deputy Troy Holt re­sponded to Dasher Drive in Lusby Sept. 6 for a theft re­port. The vic­tim said some­one en­tered their un­locked ve­hi­cle and stole $300.

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