During the week of June 2 through June 8 deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,456 calls for service throughout the community.
Citizens with information on the following crimes or any criminal activity in Calvert County who wish to report it anonymously can now access the Calvert County Crime Solvers link through the Sheriff’s Office website.
Go to http://www.co.cal.md.us/residents/safety/law/sheriff/ and click on the Crime Solvers link to leave an anonymous tip on-line. Information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect could result in a $1,000 reward.
Burglary Case #14-30775:
Dep. L. Kelly is investigating a burglary at a home in the 6300 block of Stephen Reid Road in Huntingtown that occurred on June 2 at about 1:15 p.m. The victim advised she heard footsteps inside her residence and saw an unknown female walking out of another bedroom. The unknown female advised the victim that the back door had been unlocked so she had come into the house looking for her cat. She stated that she lived nearby and left a name and number with the victim. Dep. Kelly called the number but it was answered by a woman who says she lives in Texas. The victim advises that it does not appear that anything was stolen. Kelly is continuing the investigation.
Burglary Case #14-30920:
A home in the 2100 block of Cove Point Road in Lusby was burglarized on June 3 between 5:00 and 5:45 a.m. A garage was entered and one 2003 Yamaha Breeze All-Terrain Vehicle, white and black in color, valued at $1,200, was stolen, along with a 2002 Kawasaki KX125 green dirt bike, worth $2,500. Dep. W. Beisel is investigating.
Assault Case #14-31270:
An eleven-year-old girl advised her aunt that while she was riding her bike along Rattlesnake Drive in Lusby on June 4 at 6:00 p.m. a black pick-up truck drove by and the driver threw a plastic soda bottle out of the window. The girl said the bottle hit her in the shoulder and there was no injury. Dep. T. Holt is investigating.
Vehicle Tampering Case #14-31611:
A victim on San Mateo Trail in Lusby advised DFC M. Velasquez that on June 5 at approximately 2:30 a.m. two women knocked on his door and told him that they had just seen two males rummaging through the victim’s vehicles that were parked in front of his home. The victim told Velasquez that two of his vehicles had been gone through but nothing was taken.
Case # 14-31600:
A second victim in Lusby, on San Jose Lane, advised Dep. J. Buck that the same thing occurred to her vehicle overnight between June 5 and 6. The contents of the glove box and center console were scattered throughout the front of the car. The victim advised that she may have left the vehicle unlocked. Nothing appeared to have been stolen.
Another victim on San Jose Lane also advised Dep. Buck that his vehicle, that he believes he may have left unlocked, had been entered and a Motorola two-way radio and assorted tools were stolen during the same timeframe.
Theft and Disorderly Case #14-31674:
On June 6 at 1:36 p.m. Cpl. A. Moschetto responded to the Prince Frederick Subway Restaurant for the report of a suspicious subject. Cpl. Moschetto made contact with the subject, later identified as James Dean Wirick, 50 of Lusby, who appeared to be intoxicated and was only wearing a pair of shorts and white socks. Moschetto observed Wirick put something in his pocket, which was discovered to be candy that he did not pay for. Wirick was charged with theft under $100 and disorderly conduct and transported to the detention center. While being processed there, he was observed ripping a telephone out of the wall. Wirick was also charged with destruction of property less than $1,000.
|James Dean Wirick, 50 of Lusby|
Intoxicated Endangerment Case #14-32031:
On June 8 at 2:53 a.m. Dep. W. Beisel was traveling northbound on Md. Rt. 4 in the area of White Sands Drive in Lusby when he was notified that a subject was seen walking in the travel portion of the roadway near Calvert Cliffs Parkway. Beisel located the subject, a white male, wearing dark clothing who appeared to be intoxicated. Beisel made contact with the subject, later identified as Christopher Lee Ward, 37 of Prince Frederick. Ward was asked to stop walking but continued to do so and repeatedly pulled away. He was subdued and searched. A strong odor of alcohol emitted from his breath. He advised he was out with friends who left him so he was walking home. He was charged with intoxication and endangerment.
|Christopher Lee Ward, 37 of Prince Frederick|