Theft Case #15-6438:
Unknown person(s) stole three batteries from a cable box mounted on a telephone pole on St. Leonard Road in St. Leonard.  The theft was discovered February 2 and reported to Dep. L. Kelly who is continuing the investigation.

Damaged Property Case #15-6466 &6560:
Two victims in the 300 block of Heron Landing Way in Prince Frederick reported to Dep. N. Gilmore that the front door and front window of their homes had been struck with paintballs between February 1 and 2.  No permanent damage was done and the cases remain under investigation.

Damaged Property Case #15-6721:
Unknown suspect(s) broke the glass out of an Isuzu excavator causing $500 in damage sometime between January 30 and February 3.  The incident occurred in the Red Oak Subdivision off of Ponds Wood Road in Huntingtown.  DFC R. Kreps is investigating.

Theft Case #15-7001:
A camper battery was stolen in the 4000 block of Calvert Avenue in Chesapeake Beach.  The theft was discovered on February 4 and reported to DFC J. Hardesty who is continuing the investigation.

Burglary Case #15-7176:
A home under construction in the 5100 block of Sea Fossil Drive in Huntingtown was burglarized overnight between February 4 and 5 and $2,000 worth of copper piping was stolen.  DFC A. Woodford is investigating.

Theft from Vehicle Case #15-7439:
On February 6 a woman at the World Gym on Chaneyville Road in Owings reported to Dep. W. Durner that between 8:50 p.m. and 9:50 p.m. that evening someone broke her vehicle window and stole her purse while she was inside the gym.  The case is being investigated.

Damaged Property Case #15-7519:
Several paint balls struck a home and vehicle in the 2400 block of Grays Road in Prince Frederick sometime overnight between February 6 and 7.   Dep. N. Gilmore is investigating.

Theft Case #15-7580:
Sometime between January 27 and February 7, someone stole 20 feet of solid copper power cables from two vehicles parked outside a home in the 5200 block of Apple Way in St. Leonard.  The cost to replace the cable is $900.  Dep. L. Kelly is continuing the investigation.