CENTREVILLE, Md. - Authorities say they are investigating an incident, after a speed trailer was overturned, in Queen Anne's County.
Deputies with the Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office says on Sunday around 8:30 PM, they received a tip that one of their speed trailers had been overturned, in Centreville. According to the Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office, the incident happened between 9:00 PM on Saturday and 8:30 PM on Sunday. Once on scene, a deputy says he noticed that the speed trailer was overturned with visible damage to the solar panels and bolts. The trailer was apparently positioned in the area of Dulin Clark Road at Terrace Ridge Drive for speed enforcement efforts due to recent speeding complaints within the community.
Further investigation revealed that the trailer was last seen secure and intact around 9:00 PM, on Saturday. Officials say the trailer was moved for damage assessment and safekeeping. The Queen Anne's County Sherrif's Office Resource Unit will be investigating this incident.
Anyone with information related to this incident is asked to call Dfc. Ryan Davidson at 410-758-0770.
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