Authorities on the Look-out for Carjacking Suspect
CHESAPEAKE BEACH - 1/14/2011
On Jan. 13 members of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to the Rod & Reel restaurant casino located at 4160 Mears Ave. in Chesapeake Beach for the report of an attempted armed carjacking. Sgt. Craig Kontra of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Warrant Unit was the first officer on scene.
Sgt. Kontra made contact with the victim. Sergeant Kontra with the assistance of other law enforcement Officers determined that a white male approached the victim who was parking his vehicle. The male suspect opened the victim’s vehicle door while brandishing what the victim described as a .380 handgun and stated “you don’t want this car”. It was preliminarily determined by the first responders that two suspects were at large, and based on the description given by the victim a canvas was conducted. The victim described the suspects as two white males.
Detective Mike Mudd of the Calvert Investigative Team then responded to the scene. Detective Mudd concluded the following: At approximately 1:10 a.m. on Jan. 13, the victim was waiting in his vehicle in the parking lot of the Rod & Reel while a family member was inside of the establishment. The victim stated that while he was in a parking space that a white male had opened the sliding door to his vehicle (Mini Van). He advised that the male was holding a black object to his side which he believed was a .380 hand gun. The victim recalled the male to state “you don’t want this car”. The victim advised he thought he was being robbed or carjacked so he threw his vehicle into drive and sped off. The suspects were patrons of the Rod and Reel on this same evening.
If you have any information regarding this case please contact Detective Michael Mudd at (410) 535-1600 ext.2469
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