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Posted at 11:35 AM ET, 11/11/2010

NCIS looking into Naval Academy thefts

By Associated Press

Federal investigators are working to find equipment stolen from the U.S. Naval Academy’s baseball stadium, The Baltimore Sun reports.

The Naval Criminal Investigative Service found stolen baseball gloves with distinctive markings that were being sold on eBay.

Federal investigators searched a Calvert County house last month as part of an investigation into a series of thefts in September.

Unsealed court documents in federal court in Baltimore show that agents seized boxes of Nike Air Jordan shoes and cleats, sunglasses, three dozen baseball gloves, 11 baseball bats, cameras and computer equipment from the house in Dunkirk.

No criminal charges have been filed yet.

By Associated Press  | November 11, 2010; 11:35 AM ET
Categories:  Crime and Public Safety, Maryland  
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Comments

Honor code,we don't need no stinkin' honor code!!!!

Posted by: 10bestfan | November 11, 2010 12:18 PM | Report abuse

It seems each year brings us an increasing number of dishonorable behaviors from the Academy. Though I must say, this sounds more like an athletic dept. employee issue. And thses cadets are to be our future naval leaders? I'm glad I was an enlisted sailor in the '70s and early 80s.

Posted by: jckdoors | November 11, 2010 12:37 PM | Report abuse

There is an honor code that applies to Midshipmen. Did the blog post mention that a Midshipman was involved? Could it be a civilian employee or a military support person, or even a member of a visiting team from a college without an honor code?

Posted by: ralphgrutzmacher | November 11, 2010 12:43 PM | Report abuse

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