Case 16-06613 - Suspect (1) Case 16-06613 - Suspect Van



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INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      03/09/2016 @ 1455 Hours

LOCATION:         32303 Queen Anne’ Highway, Queen Anne, MD


DETAILS:              Royal Farms store manager reported a male suspect had been in the store and had concealed sandwiches in his clothing and left after making a cigarette purchase. Suspect was described as a white male with brown hair and a beard wearing a black shirt with a green skull. Subject was driving an older model Dodge Caravan unknown tag. Items taken were under $10. (Photos Attached)


DEPUTY:               Dfc. Rudy Draper

CASE:                    16-06613



INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      03/10/2016 @ 1417 Hours

LOCATION:         Queen Neva Court, Chester, MD


DETAILS:              Victim reported the theft of a black & grey Giant Revel #3  bicycle from a shed in the rear yard. The bike was valued at $700.


DEPUTY:               Dfc. Andrew Neall

CASE:                    16-06723



INCIDENT:           Burglary

DATE / TIME:      03/10/2016 @ 1915 Hours

LOCATION:         100 Block of Love Point Avenue, Stevensville, MD


DETAILS:              Two workers at a house under construction were working late and went to Shore Stop for something to eat. Upon returning to the building site a few minutes later they saw two males inside the house. One of the suspects was standing near the front window, alerted the second suspect and both ran out the rear door. Suspect #1 was described as a white male wearing a white t-shirt 6’0” with a thin build. Suspect 2 was wearing dark clothing and was shorter and heavier.


The area was searched with the assistance of QA K9 and MSP aviation without success. Nothing was reported damaged or missing.


DEPUTY:               Dfc. Mitch Jones – Det. Steve Matthews

CASE:                    16-06741



INCIDENT:           DWI

DATE / TIME:      03/11/2016 @ 0316 Hours

LOCATION:         RT 213 near Fey Road, Chestertown (QA)


DETAILS:              Vehicle was stopped for an equipment violation with the driver being identified as Allan Njagi Kithinji (21) of Middletown DE. As soon as Kithinji began to speak, the odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected. Further into the stop, field sobriety tasks were requested. Allan Kithinji was placed under arrest for DWI and later released to relatives.


DEPUTY:               Deputy Michael Piaseki

CASE:                    16-06759



INCIDENT:           Burglary / False Report

DATE / TIME:      03/11/2016 @ 0934 Hours

LOCATION:         400 Block of Queens Drive, Queenstown, MD


DETAILS:              Victim’s son reported returning home and finding the residence burglarized. Items reported missing included video game console and numerous games, several expensive watches, a 9 Shot .22 revolver, a laptop computer, jewelry and  two additional revolvers a Colt 1911 .45 US Navy and a .45 revolver unknown make. Victim’s son advised that his parents were away in another state and they were contacted by telephone.


Upon the victims returned it was discovered that numerous additional pieces of jewelry and tools were missing. The family members advised they felt that the incident was not an actual burglary and the son was likely involved.


Based on their suspicions, area pawn shops, jewelry stores and gun shops were contacted and the pawn database checked. As a result it was learned that Dwayne Eric Schoene (29) of Queenstown had recently pawned jewelry, an X-Box and power tools. At the same time a friend of Schoene’s had also pawned women’s jewelry and tools.  Some of the missing items were still at the various stores and were recovered, however other items had already been sold. Several pawned items not reported were also checked out with the victim identifying a camera and drill. A Nintendo Game system that had been a Christmas gift to the suspect’s child was also recovered. In addition, coins and jewelry were also pawned in Annapolis.


On March 16th the victims reported that five rifles, two bayonets and a sword had been taken from the home in the past few hours and again they believed that Dwayne Schoene had taken the items. On March 17th Dwayne Schoene was located at his parents home and taken into custody and charged with four counts of burglary and Theft (10K-100K). At the time of his arrest, Schoene’s drug kit was also located containing syringes, a cook spoon, a shoe lace, lighter and suspected heroin.


After processing Schoene was held on a $100,000 bail for burglary and an additional  $15,000 for CDS Charges.


The victims contacted deputies and advised that they had looked in their son’s car and found receipts for the long guns from a gun shop in Easton. The shop was contacted and arranged to recover all of those firearms.


DEPUTY:               Dfc. Chad Hartmetz – Det. Maria Bassaro – Dfc. Kevin Fleck

CASE:                    16-06781 & 16-07280



INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      02/11/2016 @ 1857 Hours

LOCATION:         200 Kent Landing, Stevensville


DETAILS:              Loss Prevention at K-Mart reported that a heavy set female had left the store with unpaid merchandise including a Shark Vacuum valued at $259. She was leaving the parking lot in a dark colored Kia minivan with a Delaware plate. A second individual was attempting to leave the store with additional items and was confronted. The male stated his mother had the receipt and left the items running away from the store. The abandoned items had a retail value of $789.


DEPUTY:               Dfc. Brad Martz

CASE:                    16-06820