COLD CASES & MISSING PERSONS
James Vincent Colicchio
Age 58 6’01” 210 Pounds Gray Hair Green Eyes
On November 11th, 2013 it was reported that James Colicchio had been living in a commercial rental unit on 4H Park Road near Queenstown and had not been seen for several months. Perishable food and documents at the location indicate Colicchio may have been gone since early September. Several cats in the unit were found alive yet in poor condition and were removed by Animal Control. Relatives were contacted and advised they had not heard from him since late August to early September. They also advised it was out of character for James to leave his cats without care.
Colicchio’s vehicles were located at the rental unit with one having a window broken out and the other in the process of being repaired with tools left outside. Phone records indicate no recent activity and had been turned off. Colicchio has no children or known girlfriends and is keeps to himself .
Colicchio is a stone mason by trade and uses his deceased father’s company name of Colicchio & Sons. Only known email is believed to be firstname.lastname@example.org and that he would access the internet at libraries.
Colicchio had been having issues with a neighboring tenant over parking of vehicles and cats being injured. One family member reported Colicchio was extremely angered over one of his cats being killed and believed his neighbor was involved.
Colicchio has previous addresses in Clinton, MD, Rockville MD and Fort Washington MD. In the past he has been cited for soliciting money from vehicles on a controlled access highway in Prince Georges County.
Persons with information are asked to contact the Criminal Investigations Unit at 410-758-0770.
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ABANDONED New Born Baby
Case Number: 04-21162
Type of case: Abandoned Child
Date entered: 07/21/2008
Narrative: On 9/22/2004 at 1240 hours, a caretaker at a residence on Batts Neck Plantation Road near Stevensville located an infant with the umbilical cord still attached wrapped in a white towel. The baby was alive and discovered when the caretaker saw the towel and the legs kicking. The child, a male seven pounds nine ounces, 21 inches long and possibly bi-racial was taken to Anne Arundel Medical Center by ambulance and was found to be in good condition.
Local media (newspapers, radio and television) broadcast information about the baby. Several leads were developed but the identity of the baby and parents are still unknown. The baby boy was placed into the custody of Social Services and since has been adopted. At this point, the main focus of the investigation is to identify the birth parents so that the child may have a medical history in the event it is needed.
Anyone with information about this case can contact the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff in several ways. Persons can call (410) 758 0770 and request to speak to the Criminal Investigation Unit or by emailing email@example.com or calling the TIPS Line and leaving a recorded message at (410) 758-6666.
MURDER of Herman “Dolly” Callahan
Case Number: 92 H 0464
Type of case: Homicide
Date entered: 07/21/2008
Narrative: Early on Monday morning August 24, 1992, Herman “Dolly” Callahan was located in his home on Route 404 near Route 309 in Queen Anne, MD. A motorist passing by at about 7:15 AM noticed something suspicious, believed that he had fallen and reported it. Callahan was found just inside the doorway of the residence with a single shotgun wound and was pronounced dead at the scene. The fatal wound appeared to have been fired at close range, which leads investigators to believe that the killer was known by the victim. Callahan, aged 75, was the owner of two cattle farms and a landlord of more than dozen tenants.
Dolly was said to be a hard worker and could “turn a dollar” but also had his share of enemies. He was known to start his day about at 4 AM every day. Callahan’s 1985 GMC livestock truck taken from the residence and was located nearby at the National Guard Armory. Investigators still have no reason why it was moved there or by who.
The murder weapon has never been located. Investigators are looking to locate possible witnesses from that morning who may have seen someone at or leaving the residence, clues as to why the truck was taken and then left just a short distance away, location of the possible murder weapon or additional information.
Persons can contact the Sheriff’s Office at (410) 758-0770. Anonymous tips can also be left at (410) 758-6666 or emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org