QA Press Release 11/15

INCIDENT:        Unattended Death

DATE / TIME     11/11/2011 @ 1754

LOCATION:      200 Block ofCockey Lane, Stevensville

VICTIM:            Michael Steven Vandling (43) of Stevensville

 

NARRATIVE:     Deputies responded to location after a friend reported finding Vandling deceased. While there’s no suspicion of any foul play, the body was sent to Medical Examiners office for an autopsy. Case remains open pending the results.          

 

DEPUTY:          Deputy Charles Harris

ASSIST:          

CASE

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INCIDENT:        Burglary

DATE / TIME:    Reported 11/11/2011 @ 1935 Hours

LOCATION:      300 Block ofForeman Landing Road, Queenstown

VICTIM:            Alan R. Chance of Queenstown

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim reported a Rubbermaid tub containing an estimated $400 change missing from his bedroom. Nothing else was reported missing. No apparent sign of forced entry was located.         

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Jason Rickard

CASE:              11-37217

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INCIDENT:        Assault

DATE / TIME     Reported 11/11/2011 @ 2128 Hours

LOCATION:      624 Romancoke Road, Stevensville

VICTIM:            Christopher R. Kitts ofChester

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim reported being at a friend’s house when a car with two subjects drove into the driveway. The driver exited the car and engaged into a conversation with the victim’s friend. The victim went to his pickup  to smoke a cigarette and the passenger came up to him, yelled at his friend and then struck him in the face, knocking him to the ground where he blacked out. The subject, described as a white male, six foot wearing a black sweater and jeans with possibly a glass eye then fled the scene. The victim reports that neither of the subject still there assisted him and he left in his truck. On arrival at home, he realized his hat was missing and had a bloody nose and bruised face. The victim refused assistance fromEMS and drove himself to the QA Medical Center for treatment. Investigation of the incident remains open.    

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Jason Rickard

ASSIST:           11-37224

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****************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************INCIDENT:   Drug Overdose

DATE / TIME     11/11/2011 @ 2356 Hours

LOCATION:      New Jersey Road, Stevensville

VICTIM:            Male (54) of Stevensville

 

NARRATIVE:     Emergency personnel responded to the residence after a family member had located the victim in convulsions from an apparent intentional overdose of prescription medication. The family member had been alerted to the scene from a Facebook entry by the victim. The victim was transported by ambulance toAnneArundelMedicalCenter for treatment.

 

DEPUTY:          Deputy William Schepling

CASE:              11-37231

****************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************INCIDENT:   Theft from Motor Vehicle

DATE / TIME     Reported 11/12/2011 @ 0600 Hours

LOCATION:      200 Block ofUpland Lane, Centreville

VICTIM:            Christina M. Clay of Centreville

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim reported that she had left her Dodge Neon parked in the driveway unlocked and with the keys in the ignition earlier in the morning at about 1230 AM. Just before 6AM she was called by her father who told her he had noticed that she had left the door on the car door open. The victim immediately checked the car and found that her purse had been dumped out with $9, an iPod and digital camera was missing. The loss was estimated at $500.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Jason Rickard

CASE:              11-37238

**************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** INCIDENT:  Theft

DATE / TIME     Reported 11/12/2011 @ 0942 Hours

LOCATION:      115 South Piney Road,Chester

VICTIM:            CVS Pharmacy

 

NARRATIVE:     The manager at the store, Tracy Trump reported that two males entered the store walked around and then left a few minutes later with bulges in the pants pockets and carrying a blue gift bag. Video of the suspect showed them taking ink cartridges and a gift bag. Inventory revealed that 28 cartridges were missing valued at $854. The suspects were described as African-American with one wearing a Washington Redskin hat and cargo pants and the second wearing a LA Dodgers hat. Investigation remains open.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Michael Jordan

ASSIST:          

CASE:              11-37246

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INCIDENT:        Theft

DATE / TIME     Reported 11/12/2011 @ 1929 Hours

LOCATION:      Dixon Drive, Stevensville

VICTIM:            Arthur W. Herbert

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim reported that he is missing a handgun from his residence. The victim advises that other members of his family have recently had visitors and one of them may have taken the weapon, since there’s no sign of forced entry. The stolen gun is a Beretta PX4 Storm valued at $700.

 

DEPUTY:          Deputy William Schepling

CASE:              11-37272

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INCIDENT:        Theft from Vehicle

DATE / TIME     Reported 11/13/2011 @ 1215 Hours

LOCATION:      100 Block ofCarroll Road, Centreville

VICTIM:            Michael Berger of Centreville

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim reported several items missing from his vehicle – 10 CDs, $10 in change and a bottle of prescription medication. The victim advised the theft could have occurred in the Jetty parking lot or at his residence.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Michael Jordan

CASE:              11-37319

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INCIDENT:        MDOP

DATE / TIME     Reported 11/13/2011 @ 2123 Hours

LOCATION:      13000 Block ofFirst Street, Queen Anne

VICTIM:            Cathy J. Cooper of Queen Anne

 

NARRATIVE:     Victim reported unknown person(s) had broken five pickets on her deck railing between 1330 Hours and 1900 hours on Sunday when no one was home. Damage was estimated at $100.

 

DEPUTY:          Deputy William Schepling

CASE:              11-37346

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 INCIDENT:       Medical Emergency

DATE / TIME     11/13/2011 @ 2209 Hours

LOCATION:      Homestead Lane, Stevensville

VICTIM:            Male (52) of Stevensville

 

NARRATIVE:     Deputies were advised by a third party that she was located in the house locked in a bathroom with a child and the male subject at the residence was threatening to harm himself and was armed with a long gun. Caller advised he was either in an upstairs bedroom or outside the house. Deputies set a perimeter of the location with MSP assisting. After over a half hour the subject wearing a sheet was located in the rear yard and taken into custody without further incident. A shotgun was recovered from the residence. The subject was transported toAnneArundelMedicalCenter for treatment.

 

DEPUTY:          Dfc. Jason Rickard

ASSIST:           Additional Deputies and MSP

CASE:              11-37355

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