Anyone with information about this crime is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at (410) 758-0770 or by email at NARRATIVE: K-Mart security observed a suspect attempting to steal a pellet rifle by cutting the security sensors from the item.
The driver was contacted and advised he did not have his license in his possession. Deputy Neall noticed an odor of alcohol on the driver’s breath when talking with him and requested field sobriety tasks. NARRATIVE: Deputies responded to area after residents located a small child in the yard of an elderly couple and who were not home.Rivera was issued a citation for possession of alcohol and charged with MDOP.He was later released by a District Court Commissioner.Information obtained during the recovery of the go-cart subsequently lead to the execution of a search and seizure warrant at the Bryce Rd. The investigation revealed that Bull, on both burglaries, and combinations of the three juveniles entered outbuildings of Central Sod and stole guns, GPS equipment, a cell phone, a go-cart and several other items.
Sheriff Hofmann reports that detectives also learned that Tyler Bull, Daniel Sutch (18) of Stevensville MD and two juveniles used the stolen guns listed above to shoot and kill livestock, a school, parked cars and numerous other items of random property in Jefferson County West Virginia near Berkeley Springs after the Central Sod burglaries.Prior to arrival the suspect had left in a black Dodge truck with Virginia plates.