INCIDENT: Suspicious Activity
DATE / TIME: 08/09/17 @ 5:02 pm
LOCATION: 1000 Block of Church Hill Lane, Chester, Md.
DETAILS: Complainant, Howard Stokes (62 yr. old white male, Chester, Md.) advised that earlier in the day, FedEx responded to his residence with a package which was addressed to his wife. Complainant said that during this time, a black Toyota passenger car pulled up with a white female driver and a black male passenger. The male advised that the package the complainant had just received had been delivered to the incorrect residence and was in fact supposed to come to him instead. The suspicious male advised his name was “Tony” (no last name given) and said he lived down the street in the community. When asked which street, “Tony” advised of a street that does not exist in the community. The complainant refused to give the package to the male and instead returned to his residence. The package contained a new debit card from Navy Federal Credit Union, which neither the complainant nor his wife had ordered. Navy Federal Credit Union did advise that the new card had been ordered online. Investigation is ongoing.
DEPUTY: Dep. J. Jarrett
INCIDENT: Fraud / Forgery
DATE / TIME: 08/09/17 @ 5:04 pm
LOCATION: 700 Block of Kimberly Way, Stevensville, Md.
DETAILS: Victim, Marc DeCastro (48 yr. old white male, Stevensville, Md) advised Deputy Pack that there had been an unauthorized purchase in excess of $1000 from his bank account. The unauthorized purchase had taken place a Lowes Store (unclear which Lowes Store). Suspect(s) are unknown at this time. Investigation is ongoing.
DEPUTY: Dep. L. Pack
INCIDENT: Theft from a Vehicle
DATE/ TIME: August 9, 2017 at 2058 hours
LOCATION: West Main Street, Sudlersville Maryland
VICTIM: David Marshall, Sudlersville
NARRATIVE: On the above date and time, Dep. G. Parker responded to the above listed address in reference to a theft from auto. The victim stated he left sixteen thousand dollars in his unlocked passenger car parked in front of his house. The victim stated he does not have any suspects. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Office of the Sheriff, Deputy George Parker. Case open for further investigation
INVESTIGATOR: Deputy George Parker
CASE NUMBER: 17-23612