Southern Maryland Police Beat: Burglars romping through St. Mary’s County

Southern Maryland Police BeatLEONARDTOWN, MD. — For those who believe that calling 911 will do anything besides resulting in a police report perhaps this further evidence of the pervasive crime, mostly fueled by drugs, continues to sweep the region.

The following reports show why residents should load up, lock up and light up. Adopting a yappy dog from the animal shelter will not only rescue a pet looking for a home but give further protection against invasion by criminals.

In addition to the routine burglaries listed below is an unusual crime which took place at a hotel on Rt. 235 when a local dirtbag removed the headlight assembly from a patron’s SUV parked at the La Quinta Inn, showing that the thief went to the great efforts to have his ducks lined up and lighted up.

The movie theatre in Lexington Park was the scene of vandalism to several parked cars, giving further reason for the theatre to provide security for its patrons if it expects to stay in business.

10-11-14 BURGLARY – A victim, who resides on Pin Cushion Road in Leonardown, reported unknown suspect(s) entered her garage and stole property. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Murphy. Case #54443-14

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10-11-14 THEFT/VANDALISM – Unknown suspect(s) damaged and stole street signs in the Woodland Park area of the Wildewood subdivision. Case #s 54428-14, 54424-14, 54426-14, and 54434-14

10-12-14 BURGLARY – A victim, who resides on Maddox Road reported unknown suspect(s) entered his residence and stole property. Case #54528-14

10-14-14 BURGLARY – A victim, who resides on Winding Way in Lexington Park, reported unknown suspect(s) entered her residence and stole property. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Beasley. Case #54929-14

10-14-14 ATTEMPTED BURGLARY – A victim, who resides on Oakley Road in Avenue, reported unknown suspect(s) attempted to make entry into her residence by kicking the back door. Case #54947-14

10-15-14 BURGLARY – A victim, who resides on Evergreen Park Drive in Lexington Park, reported unknown suspect(s) entered his shed and stole property. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Knott. Case #54990-14

10-15-14 BURGLARY TO MOTOR VEHICLE – A victim, who resides on Oak Ridge Drive in Mechanicsville, reported an unknown suspect entered her unlocked vehicle. The suspect fled when the victim came outside. Nothing appeared to have been stolen. Case #55037-14

10-15-14 BURGLARY – A victim, who resides in the 19000 block of Three Notch Road in St. James, reported unknown suspect(s) entered his residence and stole property. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Lawrence. Case #54992-14

Sheriff Tim Cameron with his Hobos and Hookers Patrol to clean up the mean streets of Lexington Park, Md.  THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

Sheriff Tim Cameron with his Hobos and Hookers Patrol to clean up the mean streets of Lexington Park, Md. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

10-15-14 ATTEMPTED BURGLARY – A victim, who resides on Primrose Way in California, reported unknown suspect(s) attempted to entered his residence through the back door. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Beyer. Case #55280-14

10-18-14 BURGLARY – A victim, who resides on Morning Dew Lane in Lexington Park, reported unknown suspect(s) entered her residence and stole property. Case remains open. Case #55702-14

10-19-14 STRONG ARMED ROBBERY – A victim reported 2 unidentified black males threatened the victim and stole the McDonald’s food he had just purchased along with other personal items, while he was walking on Great Mills Road. Case remains open and is assigned to Corporal Connelly. Case #55740-14

10-19-14 STRONG ARMED ROBBERY – A victim reported he was walking in the area of Lei Drive in Lexington Park when he was approached and beaten by 3 unidentified black male suspects. The suspects took the victim’s backpack and fled on foot. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy Cameron. Case #55764-14

Home Invasion10-19-14 VANDALISM – 5 vehicles were damaged while parked at the AMC Theater. Suspect(s) appeared to have jumped on the engine hoods and roofs and or broke out windows to 5 vehicles. Case remains open and is assigned to Corporal Connelly. Case #55779-14

10-19-14 BURGLARY – A victim reported unknown suspect(s) stole a headlight assemble from his Toyota Sequoia while it was parked at the La Quinta Inn on Three Notch Road. Case remains open and is assigned to Deputy John Davis. Case #55824-14

 

 

 

 

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