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Theft - 11000 block of Central Avenue, Ridgley, Maryland

On September 17, 2015, Deputy First Class (Dfc.) R. Helmer responded to the Sheriff's Office for an individual who wanted to report a theft that had already occurred.  Upon arrival Dfc. Helmer met with the victim who advised that on September 15, 2015 it was observed that the year sticker on her vehicle's Maryland license plate had been removed.  The victim advised that it appeared an unknown person used a sharp object to peel the sides of the registration sticker up as it was being removed. The victim advised that it could have happened up to approximately two (2) weeks ago. The value of the registration sticker is $5.00. Anyone with information pertaining to this case please contact the Caroline County Sheriff's Office.  
 
REF-CIR-15-017056
 
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MDOP - 600 block of Main St., Marydel, Maryland

On Thursday, September 24, 2015, Sergeant (SGT) K. Nagyiski of the Caroline County Sheriff's Office Patrol Division was contacted by the victim in reference to reporting an MDOP Complaint, which had already occurred.  The victim advised that her 1995 Ford F-150 truck had been damaged in her yard sometime within the past week.  Investigation revealed five small dents to various area's of the trucks sheet metal had been damaged by an unknown blunt object. Estimated damage is approximately $1500.00.  Anyone with information is requested to contact the Caroline County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division at (410)-479-4123.
 
REF-CIR-15-017533
 
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With Daylight Hours Dwindling, Maryland Urges Everyone to be “Street Smart”

The MVA recently partnered with Baltimore County Executive, Kevin Kamenetz, and Baltimore County Police Department Chief, Jim Johnson, and Baltimore Metropolitan Council Director of Transportation Planning, Todd Lang, to call attention to a growing problem on Maryland’s roads – pedestrian and bicyclist safety. More than 100 pedestrians and bicyclists are killed every year. The goal of Maryland’s Street Smart campaign is to take action and bring awareness to this growing problem.
 
The Street Smart campaign will combine media and enforcement to change the dangerous behaviors that result in people being seriously injured and killed. Please help us spread the word and share this message with all Marylanders. We want everyone to share the road and get home safely.
 
To stay safe and share the road, the MVA recommends the following:
Drivers need to slow down, expect and watch for pedestrians on the road, and stop for pedestrians and bicyclists in crosswalks. Always look twice when turning.
Pedestrians need to be seen (wear bright-colored clothing), make eye contact with drivers before crossing, and cross at crosswalks whenever possible.
Drivers and pedestrians should be extra alert at night or in bad weather when visibility is decreased.
Always avoid distractions such as cell phones or texting when walking or driving.
Have a sober ride home. Impairment by drugs or alcohol is a factor in a third of all Maryland traffic fatalities and more than 20 percent of pedestrians killed have a blood alcohol content above .08, the level at which a person is legally considered to be intoxicated.
Help us as we strive to achieve zero deaths on Maryland roadways. 
 
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On October 1, 2015, Lockerman Middle School held their PBIS Pep Rally. During this time, School Resource Officer - Deputy First Class (DFC) Devon Flaig who is assigned to Lockerman Middle School got the highest votes to "Kiss a Pig", out of 5 other school staff members.
DFC Flaig kept his promise to the kids and staff and wen along with the program enthusiastically. DFC Flaig kissed the pig and the children erupted in cheer and laughter. A big thank you to DFC Flaig, School Principle Lee Sutton, and the Lockerman Middle School Staff who made this a wonderful event for the kids. Take a look at some of the pictures to see how the event turned out.

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