INCIDENT:                   Burglary

DATE / TIME:              10/24/2014 @ 1457 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:                 200 Block of Dominion Road, Chester, MD

VICTIM:                        Brandon L. James of Chester

NARRATIVE          Victim reported returning home to find his bedroom door locked. Upon making entry he discovered his window open and Keiki flat screen TV, an Xbox 360 and several games missing. A friends Samsung Galaxy S5 phone was also missing. Victim advised that a family member was home at the time of the burglary and didn’t hear anything. The loss was estimated at $1020.

DEPUTY:                      Deputy Keith Buscemi

CASE:                            14-35178


INCIDENT:                   MDOP

DATE / TIME:              10/25/2014 @ 0919 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:                 Kent Point Marina, Stevensville

VICTIM:                        Abigail L. Gent of Centreville

NARRATIVE:               Victim reported unknown person had poured beer into her 2013 Chevrolet while parked at the Kent Point Marina. Damages were estimated at $500.

DEPUTY:                      Dfc. Jason Rickard    

CASE:                            14- 35256


INCIDENT:                   MDOP

DATE / TIME:              10/25/2014 @ 2141 Hours

LOCATION:                 216 St. Clair Place, Stevensville

VICTIM:                        Charles F. Wilkerson Jr. of Dover DE

ARREST:                               Jennifer Lynn Brown (41) of Stevensville, MD

CHARGE:                              MDOP

NARRATIVE:               It was reported that a truck tire had been slashed by one of two females while it was parked in the parking lot of Big Bats. The truck a 1985 Chevrolet pickup belonged to Charles Wilkerson. A witness advised the two women were standing in front of the nearby convenience store. Another witness was able to identify which woman had actually slashed the tire. As a result, Jennifer L. Brown was placed under arrest for MDOP. The knife was later located in the women’s bathroom at the convenience store. She was later released by a District Court Commissioner on her own recognizance.

The value of the truck tire was estimated at $200.

DEPUTY:                      Dfc. Charles Harris

ASSIST:                         Deputy K. Fleck – Tpr Pope (MSP)

CASE:                            14- 35321


INCIDENT:                   Reported Car-Jacking 

DATE / TIME:             10/26/2014 @ 1909 Hours

LOCATION:                 Thompson Creek Mall, Chester

VICTIM:                        Female (50’s) of Kent Island

NARRATIVE:               Female reported being car jacked from Thompson Creek Mall by an African-American male who was hiding in the rear seat of her car. The victim stated that the male had her drive towards the boat ramp on Thompson Creek road and when he thought they were being followed, jumped from the car near the 500 block. The only description of the male was he was wearing a baseball hat, blue sweatshirt and jeans.

A Sheriff’s K-9 attempted a track of the area without the dog picking up any scent. A search of the area should have located footsteps in the muddy areas but did not. A check of the victim’s vehicle revealed that there wasn’t enough room in the rear seat area due to numerous items there. At that time the victim stated she wasn’t sure if the male was in the rear or front seat. When questioned, the woman refused to cooperate.

A check of records indicated several previous calls to the location for mental issues. At this time there is no indication that the incident occurred.

DEPUTY:                      Dfc. Charles Harris

ASSIST:                         Dfc. C. Ahearn & K9 Blek

CASE:                            14- 35382


INCIDENT:                   Burglary

DATE / TIME:              10/26/2014 @ 2226 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:                 200 Block of Pennick Drive, Stevensville

VICTIM:                        Daniel A. Hammack of Stevensville

NARRATIVE:               Victim reported returning to his residence to find someone has made forced entry into the house and stole a large television and a lap top computer. Further information included a WiFi alert advising his thermostat had lost connection on the 25th at 0454 hours. The items taken were valued at $2500 and damage to the residence could be as much as $3000.

DEPUTY:                               Dfc. Charles Harris                     

CASE:                            14-35394