Suspect Identified In Three Residential Burglaries In Frederick County

The individual could be responsible for other burglaries in the region.



Frederick, Md (KM) Detectives with the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office have identified a suspect in connection with three residential burglaries in April. Eric William Neal, 38, of Gambrills was arrested in another jurisdiction, and is being held at the Patuxent Institution in Jessup awaiting the service of arrest warrants from Frederick County.

The Sheriff’s Office says these homes were broken into:


10900 block of Horseshoe Drive,  Frederick, on April 17th, 2019;

14700 block of Harrisville Road, Mount Airy, on April 24th,  2019;

14500 block of Black Ankle Road, Mount Airy,  on April 24th, 2019.


Items such as jewelry, video games and cash were taken. Local investigators working with detectives in other jurisdictions were able to recover some of those items.

Authorities say Neal is believed to have committed other burglaries in the region.

Anyone with additional information on these cases or the suspect is asked to contact Detective Bird with the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office at 301-600-7118.


By Kevin McManus