On Sept. 17, Tfc. Kaitz handled a theft report from a car in a driveway on German Chapel Road in Prince Frederick. The victim said a wallet containing a driver’s license and a social security card were taken from the unlocked vehicle.
Trooper Marsch handled a theft report that same day where the victim said an acquaintance said that he could secure “hunting rights” for the victim and a friend on property owned by others for cash. The victim reportedly gave the Dunkirk man the money and later found out the man was unable to secure the rights. Charges are pending for theft scheme.
On Sept. 18, Dfc. Shea Rediker responded to Scaggs Road in Owings, where the complainant said Sept. 3 between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., someone stole the flag off her mailbox, estimated to be worth $50.
Dfc. Jeffrey Hardesty responded Sept. 18 to Nester Lane in Lusby, where the complainant said two weeks ago, two Silicon Power 256 GB Solid State Drives were stolen from his mailbox, worth about $100.
On Sept. 18, Dfc. Galen Gott responded to Renero Court in Lusby, where sometime between Sept. 14 and 18, someone stole the victim’s son’s black bicycle, worth about $150.
Dfc. Edwin Bradley responded Sept. 18 to Gregg Drive in Lusby, where the complainant said someone stole the rear tag off his vehicle.
On Sept. 19, Deputy James Flynt responded to Golden Russet Drive in Dunkirk, where sometime between 5:30 p.m. Sept. 18 and 7:45 a.m. Sept. 19, someone stole half the gas out of the victim’s car.
Dfc. Peter Aurich made contact with a complainant who said sometime between 12:30 and 10:30 p.m. Sept. 19, someone stole the registration plate from his boat trailer while it was parked at the Hallowing Point boat ramp.
On Sept. 19, Trooper Fraser received a report of a stolen 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis in the 2300 block of Hallowing Point Road in Prince Frederick. The car’s registration tag number is 6BR3935.
On Sept. 20, Deputy Ryan Spalding was contacted in the parking lot of Patuxent High School about a stolen cellphone. The complainant said she had the cellphone at 7:45 a.m. and realized it was missing around 8:20 a.m. The estimated value is $1,000.
Trooper Woolman received a complaint Sept. 21 for the theft of two handguns from a residence in the 3700 block of Bedford Drive in North Beach. A Glock 23 handgun and a Berretta 92 handgun had been taken from a secured safe inside the residence. Through investigation, a possible suspect has been developed and charges are pending.