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On 09/04/07 Dfc. Connelly responded to a report of a Breaking and Entering to two motor vehicles in the California area. Investigation revealed unknown suspect(s) entered two vehicles and stole various items from within the vehicles while parked at the victim's residence.
On 09/05/07 Dfc. Connelly responded to the California Sheetz for the reported Theft of merchandise. Investigation revealed James A Stewart (Age 18 of Great Mills and a 17 year old juvenile) entered the store, removed items from the display and exited the store failing to render payment for the items. Both suspects were charged with Theft Under $100.
On 09/04/07 Dfc. E. Young responded to a residence in the Lexington Park area for the reported Burglary. Investigation revealed unknown suspect(s) forced entry into the victim's residence while she was away. After gaining entry the suspect(s) removed personal items and cash from the residence.
On 09/05/07 Dfc. E. Young responded to a residence in the Great Mill's area for the reported Burglary. Investigation revealed unknown suspect(s) entered the residence by removing an air condition window unit. After gaining entry into the residence the suspect(s) removed personal property belonging to the victim.
On 09/06/07 Sdfc. R. Merritt arrested a 16 year old juvenile charging him with Theft under $100 and Unauthorized use of a Credit Card. Investigation revealed the juvenile obtained the credit card number of the victim and used the credit card to make on-line purchases by obtaining gaming points through an Xbox gaming system
On 09/06/07 Dfc. Connelly responded to a business in California, Maryland for the reported theft. Investigation revealed Tina M. Hawkins (Age 26 of Lusby, Md.) entered the business and concealed several clothing items on her person and exited the store, failing to render payment for the items. The suspect was charged with Theft under $ 100.