Maryland State Police Beat / LOAD UP, LOCK UP AND LIGHT UP
Three armed thugs invaded home in Calvert County
OWINGS, MD. — Three armed and masked black men broke into an occupied home in the Owings area of Calvert County, Md., report police.
Maryland State Police Troopers from the Prince Frederick Barrack and the Criminal Enforcement Division – Central South Region report that they are investigating a home invasion which took place August 14, 2017.
During the course of the investigation, investigators determined that three unidentified black males wearing face masks and
black clothing entered the residence of the victim in Owings. At least one of the perpetrators was reported to have used a handgun during the course of the robbery. Several items of value were stolen from the residence.
Police say that the suspects are believed to have utilized a vehicle to flee the area, but a precise description is unknown at this time. One of the suspects reportedly has long hair styled in dreadlocks which apparently didn’t fit under his mask.
The Maryland State Police are requesting the public’s assistance at this time with any information which may lead to the identification and capture of these suspects.
The State Police failed to mention that blasting armed invaders to Kingdom Come with any firearm you happen to have is the best way to thwart a home invader.
While the police cautioned that the public should also be aware of the importance of securing their residence via the best resources they have available to them, door locks, security systems, cameras, Beware of Dogs signs or warning signs regarding security systems etc., the State Police failed to mention that blasting armed invaders to Kingdom Come with any firearm you happen to have is the best way to thwart a home invader. DEAD HOME INVADERS ONLY LEAVE YOUR HOME ONCE – ON A SLAB.
Anyone having additional information pertaining to this investigation and/or other crimes is urged to contact Trooper First Class J. Kispert of the Maryland State Police-Criminal
Enforcement Division, Central South Region at 410-761-5130, “TIP” Line at 1-888-210-1450 or 410-257-4925 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org