Glen Burnie man charged in series of marina thefts

The Baltimore Sun

A Glen Burnie man has been charged with burglary and theft in a series of incidents at marinas and private piers in Pasadena.

Daniel Francisco Bohle, 19, was charged with 40 counts, including felony and misdemeanor theft and burglary, destruction of property and trespassing, according to Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police. Officials said the department worked in a joint investigation with Anne Arundel County Police.

The investigation began late July 2017 after reports of missing kayaks and vessel break-ins, according to DNR police. Incidents continued through the summer and into the fall.

In September, police stopped a Dodge pickup truck owned by Bohle in Edgewater that contained a number of items, including a cooler marked with stickers. Officials said the truck matched a vehicle seen in surveillance video from the marinas, and the cooler match one belonging to a boat owner whose vessel had been ransacked.

Bohle turned himself in Aug. 10 and was released on his own recognizance, according to DNR police. He could not be reached for comment. No attorney for him was listed in online records.

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