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LA PLATA, Md. – On May 30, 2022, at approximately 2:46 a.m., officers responded to the 6200 block of Crain Highway for the report of a commercial intrusion alarm.

First arriving officers found the front window of a business broken out. After searching the business for the suspect(s), officers were able to review a video tape of the intrusion and suspect.

Officers located an individual matching the description in the video. The individual, who was identified as 48-year-old Michael Wane Thorne, was found to be in possession of items stolen during the commercial burglary.

Mr. Thorne, a La Plata resident, was arrested and transported to the Charles County Detention Center for processing and charging.

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  1. See, this is an example. If we had the address\ time\ date, we could look- up the crime that way. Responding officer. Why do we look – up crime on the MD courts website ……by suspect? Why is the suspect constantly wearing- the- crime, instead of being able to look- it- up by the details- of- the- crime. What if we don’t know the suspect? Why is the MD Courts website set- up like that, so that we have to know the suspect? What if we’re a witness & we’ve got something to say about the crime? I have the address, the date, the time, I know which officer it was. Sorry, I need a suspects name or the case#. The details of the crime aren’t worthless, so why can’t we look them up on the courts website??

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