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INCIDENT:                 MDOP

DATE / TIME:            08/18/2013 @ 0703 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:               100 Block of Andrew Court, Centreville

VICTIM:                     Michele Trent of Centreville


NARRATIVE:              Unknown person threw a baseball size rock at the victim’s 2012 Ford Edge causing the passenger window to shatter. A neighbor advised she heard a crash around 0530 hours that morning. Damages were estimated at $300.


DEPUTY:  Deputy Chris Ahearn

CASE:        13-24736


INCIDENT:                 Theft

DATE / TIME:            08/18/2013 @ 1118 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:               100 Block of Monroe Manor Road, Stevensville

VICTIM:                     Brenda Tate of Stevensville


NARRATIVE:              Victim reported that while on vacation someone had taken several items from the residence including $100 cash, an iPod and headphones, ruby and diamond earrings and a dragon fly opal necklace. The estimated value was $1250.


No forced entry was located at the residence. A family member was at the residence and had several person over while the victim was away.


DEPUTY:  Deputy Charles  Harris

CASE:        13-24750


INCIDENT:                 Theft of MV

DATE / TIME:            08/18/2013 @ 1811 Hours

LOCATION:               2900 Block of Cox Neck Road, Chester

VICTIM:                     Trenwith Ward of Chester


NARRATIVE:              Victim report his white 2007 Lexis ES350 had been taken from driveway sometime during the afternoon of the 18th.


DEPUTY:                    Deputy Rudy Draper

ASSIST:                       Dfc. Jason Rickard

CASE:                          13-24801


UPDATE:                    The vehicle was located at the RT 8 Park & Ride. The vehicle had been used and left there by a family member.



INCIDENT:                 THEFT

DATE / TIME:            08/19/2013 @ 1217 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:               100 Block of Pine Tree Road, Chestertown (QA County)

VICTIM:                     Lee R. Collison of Chestertown


NARRATIVE:              Victim advised while out of town several items had been taken from the residence. Some of the items were described as a Fossil man’s watch, a tiffany spiral charm necklace, a silver ring with “WS” on top and a Daughter’s of the American Revolution medallion. The items were valued at over $500.


No forced entry was located at the residence. A family member was at the residence and had several person over while the victim was away.


DEPUTY:  Sgt. Steve Stouffer

CASE:        13-24866


INCIDENT:                 Burglary

DATE / TIME:            08/19/2013 @ 1402 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:               1600 Block of Busic Church Road, Marydel, (QA) Maryland

VICTIM:                     Thomas S. Moreland of Annapolis


NARRATIVE:              Victim reported that unknown person(s) had forced their way into a trailer located on his hunting property. Missing was numerous items including several bows, crossbows, boots, a TV, multiple trail cameras, deer stands and 12 gauge ammunition. The burglary is believed to have occurred sometime in the past 10 days. Items were valued at


DEPUTY:  Sgt. Steve Stouffer

CASE:        13-24882


INCIDENT:                 MV Theft

DATE / TIME:            08/19/2013 @ 1651 Hours

LOCATION:               Owens Road, Queen Anne

VICTIM:                     Shontelle D. Goldsborough of Cordova, MD


NARRATIVE:              Victim reported her blue 2000 Chevrolet Impala began have smoke coming from under the hood while she was driving on Owens road in the early AM hours of the 17th. She parked the car on the side of the road to be retrieved later. On 9/19 her uncle responded to the location to get the car and it was gone. The car was valued at $5000. Checks with MSP and Sheriff’s Office records indicate the car was not towed by either agency.


DEPUTY:  Dfc. Stephen Frazer

CASE:        13-24902


INCIDENT:                 Burglary

DATE / TIME:            09/20/2013 @ 1113 Hours

LOCATION:               100 Block of Pinder Hill Road, Church Hill

VICTIM:                     Peoples Bank, Chestertown


NARRATIVE:              A representative from the bank reported finding numerous windows shattered, doors to both the shed and garage forced open damage to a door on the residence.  The house has been vacant for several months. A neighbor had reported seeing some kids on the property recently.


DEPUTY:  Deputy Mitch Jones

CASE:        13-24997


INCIDENT:                 Burglary & Assault

DATE / TIME:            08/21/2013 @ 0231 Hours

LOCATION:               100 Block of Harbour Sound Drive, Chester

VICTIM:                     Edward Leishear of Chester


NARRATIVE:              Victim reported being asleep in a downstairs bedroom with a television on when an unknown person entered the residence and began to throw eggs about the room with one of the eggs striking him. The intruder then fled the location in an unknown direction. The victim stated the incident occurred so fast he was unable to give a description of the subject. Investigation showed the subject entered the residence through an unlocked sliding screen door. Damages to the room were estimated at $375.


A K9 from Anne Arundel County assisted in attempting to locate the intruder. A second location on Draketail place had also been recently egged. The victim was unable to advise any possible motive.


DEPUTY:  Deputy Andrew Neall

CASE:        13-25084


INCIDENT:                 Assault

DATE / TIME:            08/21/2013 @ 1114 Hours

LOCATION:               1406 Main Street, Stevensville

VICTIM:                     Female (25) of Easton, MD


NARRATIVE:              Deputies responded to the Western Auto Store after an employee called reporting a female at that location had requested police. On arrival it was learned that a 25 year old female was arguing with her girlfriend over infidelity in the relationship. After being interviewed, neither subject wanted to pursue charges or protection orders.


DEPUTY:  Deputy Charles Harris

ASSIST:     Deputy Neall & Ahearn

CASE:        13-25121


INCIDENT:                 Burglary & Vandalism

DATE / TIME:            08/22/2013 @ 0750 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:               631 Main Street, Church Hill

VICTIM:                     QA BOE – Church Hill Elementary School


NARRATIVE:              School staff reported on their arrival that morning they discovered the school had been broken into and   several items had been vandalized. Powder had been sprinkled on a desk and computer keyboard, numerous items moved, a poster torn off a wall and desk drawers open. Security video shows two subjects exiting the school around 9:30 PM. They are described as a tall heavy young African American male wearing a yellow shirt and a shorter young white male.


DEPUTY:  Deputy Jeremy Gardner

CASE:        13-25231