INCIDENT:       Theft from Motor Vehicle

DATE/TIME:     01/12/2012

LOCATION:      Chester River Road, Grasonville

VICTIM:           Karl E. Naecker of Grasonville

ARREST:          Alexander Lee Robinson (31) of Grasonville

CHARGES:        Theft under $1000 & Rogue and Vagabond


NARRATIVE:     Victim reported both of his vehicles had been entered during the night and was missing a West Marine water pump and the monitor for his backup camera. The water pump was described as new in the box with the receipt still in the box and valued at $133.56. Prior to calling, the victim had called West Marine and learned that a white male had been to the store and had returned a water pump with the receipt for $133.56.  The manager of the store was interviewed and reported that a subject called and stated he had purchased a water pump several months before and wanted to know about the return policy. A short time after the call the male came into the store and returned the item. The receipt was in the name of the victim. Store video showed the male and was driving a blue Ford Windstar van.


Additional investigation showed that a similar van was parked at a residence a few houses down from the victim’s residence. Contact was made with a male subject at that residence who fit the description of the male returning the pump. Identified as Alexander Lee Robinson, when asked he stated that he had found the pump and monitor in a ditch earlier in the morning. Robinson returned the monitor and cash received for the pump. Robinson stated he found the items about 0940 and was seen returning the pump 40 minutes later.


Charges were filed for Mr. Robinson on February 2nd and a Criminal Summons was served on February 7th.


DEPUTY:     Cpl. Mark Carr

CASE:         12-01018



INCIDENT:     Theft

DATE/TIME:   02/17/2010 @ 1148 Hours

LOCATION:    3rd Street, Crumpton

VICTIM:        Christopher Lofland of Crumpton


NARRATIVE:    Victim reported finding his bolt on 150 pound weight for a Case tractor missing from his shed. No forced entry was observed on the shed and the weight was last seen several days before. It was valued at $25.


DEPUTY:        A/Cpl. Larry Steenken

CASE:           12-04553



INCIDENT:     D.W.I. Arrest   

DATE/TIME:   02/18/2012 @ 0153 Hours

LOCATION:    Cox Neck Road near Harbor Drive, Chester

ARREST:       Patrick Paul Schimpf (57) of Chester



NARRATIVE:    Cpl. Carr observed a Mitsubishi Eclipse on Cox Road being driven without any rear lights. The vehicle was stopped and the driver identified as Patrick P. Schimpf. The odor of alcoholic beverage was noted, as well as having glassy eyes and unsteady actions. Mr. Schimpf was asked to attempt several field sobriety tasks which as a result was placed under arrest for DWI. After completion of paperwork, Mr, Schimpf was released to a sober family member. 


DEPUTY:    Cpl. Mark Carr

CASE:       12-04643




DATE/TIME:   02/18/2012

LOCATION:    Prospect Bay Drive – Fairway Island Grasonville


NARRATIVE:    Deputies were dispatched to area for nine mailboxes being knocked over during the night. Damages averaged about $50 each. Anyone who may have information on this crime is asked to call the Sheriff’s Office at (410) 758-0770.


DEPUTY:        Dfc. Jason Rickard

CASE:            12-0465



INCIDENT:     Assault

DATE/TIME:   02/18/2012 @ 1715 Hours

LOCATION:    Matapeake Elementary School, Romancoke Road, Stevensville


NARRATIVE:   Units responded to location for reports of a fight. Investigation indicated that during a little league basketball game, two male spectators (Both in their 30’s) became argumentative towards each other inside of the gym over the officiating of the game. Some reports stated that one of the subjects pushed the other and that before any further assaults occurred, other parents separated the two. Neither subject wanted any charges at that time, however one subject stated he may pursue charges at a later date.


DEPUTY:    Deputy Whitney Elliott

ASSIST:    Dfc. Jason Rickard – Sheriff Hofmann

CASE:       12-04697


INCIDENT:       Medical Emergency

DATE/TIME:     02/20/2012 @ 0704 Hours

LOCATION:      Main Street, Queenstown

VICTIM:          Male (18) of Queenstown


NARRATIVE:    Deputy Miller was dispatched to residence after a parent found the subject with a box cutter and a self inflicted wound on his forearm. When the subject advised he intentionally harmed himself, he was taken into custody and transported to Easton Memorial for treatment. 


DEPUTY:    Deputy William Miller

CASE:       12-04846



INCIDENT:      Theft

DATE/TIME:    02/20/2012 @ 0916 (Reported)

LOCATION:     310 Links Lane @ Queenstown Harbour Golf Course

VICTIM:         Queenstown Links


NARRATIVE:   John Anderes, General Manager reported overnight someone had broken a lock on a gasoline tank and stolen an approximate $700 of fuel. Anyone with information about this theft is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at (410) 758-0770.


DEPUTY:    A/Cpl. Robert Boyles

CASE:       12-04851



INCIDENT:      Past Theft

DATE/TIME:    02/21/2012 

LOCATION:     100 Dominion Road, Chester

VICTIM:          Exxon


NARRATIVE:     Store Owner Asad Ali reported that on 2/17 at 2330 hours two males entered the store and one of the males occupied the clerk. At that time the second male grabbed two 30 Packs of Natural Light Beer and ran from the store, followed by the other male. The two ran to a waiting car with a third person and left the area. The beer was valued at $32. Witnesses provided several possible names of the suspects and investigation is continuing. 


DEPUTY:    Sgt. Mark Meil

CASE:       12-04940