Police Make Arrest in Davidsonville, Annapolis Burglaries, Net $25K in Stolen Property
Anne Arundel County Police Department spokesman Justin Mulcahy said that arrests have been made in two burglaries, one in Annapolis on June 11, the other in Davidsonville earlier the same day. Things started around 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday when officers were called to the 1600 block of Dunstable Green in Annapolis for a burglary that had just happened. They got details about a suspect vehicle—a white Ford Expedition. The SUV was seen shortly thereafter heading north on I-97 near Route 32.
Police followed the Expedition onto westbound Route 32, while additional officers and detectives waited along the highway to assist. The Ford approached the Telegraph Road exit and when police tried to stop the car, two suspects jumped out, fleeing into a wooded area on foot. The driver stayed behind with the Ford.
A foot chase by officers and detectives ended with both men in custody. They were taken to the Western District police station along with the driver.
Investigating officers found jewelry and money in the SUV that was positively ID’d by the residents of the Annapolis home. There was additional jewelry recovered in the Ford that appears to have been taken from a home in the 1000 block of Double Gate Road in Davidsonville.
Police estimate that the value of property recovered is about $25,000.
One of the suspects, Jeffrey Perry Bachman, 41, of Hanover was just released from detention in Baltimore County on 25 counts related to residential invasions and burglaries. He posted bond and got out on June 4. He has not been convicted of those charges. Prior to that he was released from Towson jail on May 16 for eight counts related to April 2013 burglaries that have not been adjudicated either. Bachman does have a long case record, including convictions, that date to 2000.
Another one of the suspects, Karl Edward Stull, 41, of Denton (MD) also has a rather lengthy case report records search, including some 30 incidents ranging from assault to burglary to multiple traffic violations spanning Queen Anne’s, Carroll and Anne Arundel counties.
The three suspects (the third is Matthew James Carr, 25, of Pasadena) are in custody. The are being charged with:
- two counts of first degree burglary
- two counts of fourth degree burglary
- two counts of destruction to property over $500
- two counts of theft over $10,000 to under $100,000.