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Maryland man faces charges for alleged Home Depot thefts

A 54-year-old Maryland man is facing theft by fraud or deception charges after being taken into custody and arrested on July 2. Anne Arundel County police state that his arrest was made in connection with two theft incidents the man allegedly committed in Davidsonville and Glen Burnie.

Maryland man faces drug charges for alleged evidence room thefts

A 20-year-old man who was employed as a police cadet for Baltimore County has been charged with 10 counts of drug- and theft-related charges for allegedly stealing drugs from the evidence vault. That vault is located at the department's headquarters. According to court documents, the man was reportedly systematically taking the drugs from the evidence room to sell to his two cousins.

Maryland store employee faces charges for theft

A 26-year-old Maryland man has been charged with theft over $500 and making a false report. The charges stem from an incident in which the man reportedly called police stating that he was the victim of an armed robbery at the store where he worked. In reality, however, police say that he was the one who committed the crime.

Maryland political candidate faces extradition to Texas

Will J. Hanna, a 43-year-old Senate candidate from Maryland, is facing a warrant for his arrest and extradition back to Texas after allegedly writing a $5,000 check for a 1994 Jaguar back in 2008. He also allegedly wrote bad checks for approximately $19,000 to various businesses in Bexar County, Texas, around the same time.

Maryland men charged for alleged car dealership burglarly

A 22-year-old man and his 29-year-old accomplice are in custody and facing theft charges after a three-week investigation by the State Police Criminal Enforcement Division. The 22-year-old faces theft charges between $1,000 and under $10,000, along with fourth-degree burglary and second-degree burglary.

Maryland official faces charges over theft of campaign signs

The Maryland Commissioner of Labor and Industry, J. Ronald DeJuliis and two campaign volunteers are facing misdemeanor charges of theft under $1,000 for their part in an alleged theft of campaign signs that were placed on private property near a busy intersection. The charges stem from an incident that occurred on May 10 when the three men allegedly disassembled and removed the signs of an opponent who is running against the wife of DeJuliis.

Maryland man faces additional charges after providing fake ID

A 37-year-old Baltimore man who was initially released on his own recognizance after an arrest for allegedly shoplifting, found himself back in jail after a deputy reportedly realized that the man had given officers a fake name when he was initially arrested. In addition to the shoplifting charge the man now faces several other charges, including identity theft, giving false identification to a law enforcement officer, perjury, driving without a license and two counts of forgery.

Maryland men face theft charges for allegedly stealing deaf puppy

A 37-year-old Baltimore man and his 33-year-old male accomplice have been charged with first-degree burglary and theft from $1,000 to under $10,000. The charges against the two stemmed from a March 13 incident in which the pair allegedly broke into a couple's Timonium area apartment by entering the premises through a sliding glass door to burglarize the residence.

Bel Air man charged with theft for payday scheme

A 50-year-old Bel Air man has been charged with multiple crimes for his alleged part in a "payday scheme" that involved him and a 59-year-old Air National Guard colonel. Charges against the 50-year-old man include 10 counts of conspiracy, false claims and theft of government property. The 59-year-old alleged co-conspirator was arraigned in an earlier court hearing and has been charged with 110 counts of conspiracy, wire fraud, false claims against the United States and theft of government property.

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