Deputies from the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office charge Lisa Lynn Noel – Beaty. Caroline County Sheriff’s charge Tyjah Ja’yonna Thomas. The Caroline Country Club was burglarized

| September 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

 

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On 09/21/2016

At approximately 1210 hrs. Deputies from the the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 100 Block of Maple Ave. Preston, MD. in reference to an assault. Upon arrival it was learned that Brian Craig Noel had been assaulted by his sister, Lisa Lynn Noel Beaty, during a verbal argument. Brian suffered only minor injuries to his hand and face, Beaty was subsequently arrested and charged with 2nd degree assault domestic Sheriff’s Office where she was processed. Lisa was then taken before County District Court Commissioner where she was ordered to be held on a $5,000 bond.

 

 

On August 22, 2016

A Deputy of the Caroline County Sheriffs Of Preston Maryland in reference to a malicious destruction of property. S a vehicle repeatedly in a yard/driveway in a manner that caused damage Caroline County Sheriffs responded to the area of Tanyard Estates Drive, ubsequent investigation revealed that a subject had driven to the turf and stone. Tyjah Ja’yonna Thomas was developed as a suspect and later charged with malicious destruction of property, reckless driving, and negligent driving.

 

 

On 09/26/16,

Deputies of the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched and responded to 24820 Pea Liquor Rd., Denton, Caroline County, MD in reference to a burglary. The address is that of The Caroline Country Club.  The Caroline Country Club is no longer in business but the Club’s assets remain around and inside of the building.

It appeared that several exterior windows and glass doors were damaged during the burglary. Approximately 50 bottles of liquor and liqueurs appeared to be stolen. Several cases of various brands of beer were taken and numerous bottles of wine. An estimate of the alcohol value is $1000. A Sony flat screen television that was mounted on the wall was damaged. The television is valued at $650. The amount of damage to the buildings interior and exterior is estimated at $2000. At this time the case remains under investigation.

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