Monday, March 27, 2017

Police Report: March 19-25

The Mount Rainier Police Department’s weekly report is not intended to be a listing of every incident or call for service handled by the police department, but merely a general summary of incidents that may be of interest to the community. Some reports may be outside the date parameters due to extended investigations or other circumstances. Some cases are not included at all due to ongoing investigations.

March 19th:

4700 block of 30th Street: Emergency petition – 9am. Family members of a 51 year old woman told officers that she came home intoxicated, told them that she wanted to die and began cutting her wrists with a knife. Family members were able to get the knife away from her and restrained her until police arrived. Fire/rescue personnel transported the woman to Prince George’s Hospital where she was released to medical personnel for emergency treat and evaluation.

3100 block of Buchanan Street: Vehicle impound – 10:55am. Officers impounded a 2011 Honda CRV for multiple registration violations.

2700 block of Webster Street: Vehicle impound – 8pm. Officers impounded a 2003 Dodge Durango for parking in a handicapped space without a permit.

March 20th:

4000 block of 36th Street: Hit and run collision – 9:20am. The owner of a 2018 Nissan van reported that he came out to his vehicle this morning and discovered damage to the rear passenger side quarter panel. No evidence as to the striking vehicle was recovered.

March 21st:

3500 block of Otis Street: Suspicious person – 2:50pm. An eight year old girl reported that as she was walking across the street an older black male approached her and asked her for her name. She responded with a false name and when the man asked her for a hug she ran away to her aunt’s house. The girl told officers that she last saw the man standing by a white Toyota but couldn’t advise if he left the area in that vehicle. Officers canvassed the area for the man with negative results. PGPD detectives were notified of the incident and MRPD officers will be checking the area daily to try and identify the man should he return.

March 22nd:

3800 block 34th Street: Theft from auto – 8:05am. The owner of a 2004 Chevy Silverado truck reported that he saw several men out by his truck. He confronted the men one of whom was holding two nail guns he took from the truck. The suspect told the owner that he needed money and fled the scene on foot. The owner did not pursue the man and delayed reporting the incident because he had to take his children to school. Officers noted that the truck’s back window was missing but no glass was found inside or outside of the truck. The suspect was described as a black male, 45-55 years of age, approximately 5’6”tall, 170lbs, with a shaved head.

March 23rd:

4000 block of 34th Street: Burglary – 12:25am. The resident reported that he came home from work and discovered that the curtain in the rear bedroom had been pushed partially to the side. Further investigation revealed that his landlord’s flat screen TV, a set of wireless headphones and a non-activated cell phone had been stolen from inside the home. The resident told the officers that he believes he heard someone trying to pull the rear bedroom door last night to test the door; and advised that the door had broken lock and is unable to be secured. No further evidence was identified or recovered.

3300 block of Chauncey Place: Stolen vehicle – 6:50am. The reporting person told officers that he parked his brother’s 2012 Mercedes by his apartment building last night. When he came out to the vehicle this morning he discovered it had been stolen. There was no record or impound or repossession and the vehicle was entered into NCIC.

March 24th:

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: Traffic – 3:05am. Officers stopped a 2012 Mercedes for excessive speed. Further investigation revealed that the driver did not have a valid license and was not authorized to be in possession of the vehicle that belonged to a relative. He was issued several traffic citations including speeding and driving without a valid license. The vehicle was impounded for safekeeping.

3200 block of Taylor Street: Vandalism to auto – 7:15pm. The owner of a 2012 Ford Fusion told officers that she called AAA to get her vehicle running. While examining the car the AAA representative discovered that the fuel line had been cut. The owner said that her car had been parked and not driven since March 9th. No evidence/witnesses could be found.

3200 block of Taylor Street: EPS – 9:30pm. Officers responded to assist fire/rescue personnel with a disorderly man. The officers were familiar with the man from past encounters and knew that he suffers from a mental disorder and has a history of wanting to commit suicide.  When the officers spoke to the man he told them that he was battling demons in the sky. He was transported to Prince George’s Hospital and released to the medical staff for an emergency psychological examination.

March 25th:

3100 block of Perry Street: Vehicle impound – 9am. Officers impounded a 2012 Porsche Panamera that had been previously posted for 48-hour towing.

Citizens are reminded to PLEASE call and report suspicious activity. Even if you choose not to provide your name or other personal information, we still need your help as extra eyes and ears in the community.

See or Hear Something?

Say Something!

We WANT to be bothered! Call 301-985-6565/6566.

Monday, March 20, 2017

Police Report: March 12-18

The Mount Rainier Police Department’s weekly report is not intended to be a listing of every incident or call for service handled by the police department, but merely a general summary of incidents that may be of interest to the community. Some reports may be outside the date parameters due to extended investigations or other circumstances. Some cases are not included at all due to ongoing investigations.

March 12th:

4200 block of Kaywood Drive: Domestic assault – 1:20am. The victim told officers that she and her husband got into a verbal argument as he was driving her car. He began driving erratically and she had to grab the vehicle’s keys to get him to stop. When she got out of the car her husband punched her in her back and side before leaving the scene. Officers later found the vehicle abandoned in the area of Arundel Road and Russell Avenue. The victim was advised of her options with the District Court Commissioner.

3300 block of Chillum Road: Vehicle impound – 9:25pm. Officers impounded a 2012 Ford Fusion for failing to comply with a State repair order issued back in February of 2016.

3800 block of 33rd Street: Emergency petition – 9:50pm. Officers met with a woman who told them that she was feeling depressed and had begun to cut her legs with a kitchen knife. She said that she takes medication for depression but had not taken it in over three months. She was transported to Prince George’s Hospital and released to the medical staff for an emergency psychological examination.

3300 block of Chillum Road: M/V collision – 11:25pm. The driver of a 2004 Toyota traveling south on Chillum Road crossed into the northbound travel lane and struck a 2014 Jeep Cherokee. The driver of the Cherokee was transported to a local hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in the crash. Both vehicles were disabled and had to be towed from the scene.

March 13th:

3700 block of 35th Street: Emergency petition – 4:30pm. Officers responded for the report of a man lying in the street. The officers found the man and immediately recognized that he was under the influence of PCP. He was transported by fire/rescue personnel to Washington Adventist Hospital and released to the medical staff for emergency treatment.

2900 block of Arundel Road: Vehicle impound (x9) – 11:45am-2am. Officers impounded nine (9) vehicles for parking on a snow emergency route after a snow emergency had been declared.

March 14th:

3000 block of Arundel Road: Vehicle impound – 2:05am.  Officers impounded a vehicle for parking on a snow emergency route after a snow emergency had been declared.

2300 block of Varnum Street (7-11): Emergency petition – 11am. Officers responded for the report of a suspicious person inside the store. When the officers arrived they spoke with the man who said that the TV’s had been talking to him causing him to speak incoherently. He displayed signs of paranoia and rapid mood swings. He refused to disclose his medical history but did say that he had been prescribed many medications but had not been taking them. The officers transported him to Washington Adventist Hospital and released him to the medical staff for an emergency psychological examination.

2300 block of Varnum Street: Warrant service – 3:10pm. Officers stopped a man who they knew from prior experience had an active open arrest warrant through Prince George’s County for failure to appear in court. He was arrested on the warrant and transported to DOC in Hyattsville. Once at DOC the man became belligerent and uncooperative and complained of chest pains. He was transported by fire/rescue personnel to Prince George’s Hospital for a checkup. He continued his belligerent and uncooperative behavior at the hospital and refused treatment by the medical staff. He was released without treatment and transported to DOC in Upper Marlboro.

March 15th:

3600 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Emergency petition – 8:05pm. Officers responded for a vehicle fire. Witnesses told the officers that they saw the driver get out of the vehicle as it caught on fire and stood watching it burn. When the officers spoke with the driver they immediately detected the odor of PCP about his person. He was taken into custody and transported to Washington Adventist Hospital for emergency medical treatment. While being treated by the medical staff the driver yelled “I was smoking PCP and that’s how the car caught fire.” His vehicle was impounded to clear the roadway.

3300 block of Otis Street: Dog bite – 9:05pm. The victim told officers that as he entered his home he was bitten on the leg by his brother’s dog. The bite did not break the skin or draw blood. A Prince George’s County Animal Exposure Report was completed and faxed to the Health Department and Animal Control.   

March 16th:

3100 block of Perry Street: Hit and run collision – 10:50am. The owner of a 2013 Ford told officers that he came out to his vehicle this morning and discovered it had been hit by another vehicle that failed to remain at the scene.

4500 block of 30th Street: Death report – 6:05pm. Officers were called to the scene by fire/rescue personnel who had responded for an unconscious 73 year old male. They pronounced the man deceased from natural causes. The State Medical Examiner released the decedent’s remains to his family for final arrangements.

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: CDS possession – 8:10pm. Officers stopped a 2004 Chevy Trailblazer for driving without headlights illuminated. Upon further investigation the officers located two clear plastic baggies containing a total of 28.5 grams of marijuana. The driver was arrested, charged with possession of a CDS and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

March 17th:

3600 block of Shepherd Street: Vehicle impound – 9:45am. Officers impounded a 2000 Mercedes for a host of registration violations including display of tags that expired in November of 2015 and belonged on a 2001 Jaguar.

March 18th:

3400 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Warrant Service – 10:20am. Officers stopped a man known to them to have an open arrest warrant through the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office for failure to appear in court on a charge of disorderly conduct. After confirming the warrant the man was arrested and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville. 

3400 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Criminal citation – 12:40pm. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for possession of an open container of an alcoholic beverage in a public place.

Citizens are reminded to PLEASE call and report suspicious activity. Even if you choose not to provide your name or other personal information, we still need your help as extra eyes and ears in the community.

See or Hear Something?

Say Something!

We WANT to be bothered! Call 301-985-6565/6566.

Monday, March 13, 2017

Snow Emergency Announcement

In preparation for the forecasted winter weather event, The City of Mount Rainier has declared a Snow Emergency to be in effect beginning at 6:00pm on Monday, March 13, 2017.

Parking on Emergency Routes is prohibited during a Snow Emergency.

The Mount Rainier Police will ticket and tow vehicles that remain parked on a snow emergency route one hour after snow begins to fall.

Emergency routes are as follows:

1. 34th Street from Eastern Avenue to Arundel Road
2. Chillum Road from Arundel Road to the City boundary at Queens Chapel Road, MD Rt. 500
3. Rainier Avenue from 34th Street to Upshur Street
4. Upshur Street from Rainier Avenue to 28th Place
5. 28th Place from Upshur Street to Russel Avenue
6. Russell Avenue from 28th Place to Arundel Road
7. Varnum Street from Russel Avenue to Eastern Avenue
8. Arundel Road from Russell Avenue to 34th Street

Wednesday trash collection will be suspended until Thursday, March 16, 2017.

MRTV is experiencing technical issues and is temporarily down, please refer to the Mount Rainier website at www.mountrainiermd.org for more information; and follow our Facebook page @CityofMountRainierMD and Twitter account @MtRainierMD for updates.

For questions or concerns, please contact Jessica Love at jlove@mountrainiermd.org or 202-731-0163

Mount Rainier Snow Emergency telephone lines are 301-985-6580 and 301-985-6590

In case of emergency, call 911.

Police Report: March 5-11

The Mount Rainier Police Department’s weekly report is not intended to be a listing of every incident or call for service handled by the police department, but merely a general summary of incidents that may be of interest to the community. Some reports may be outside the date parameters due to extended investigations or other circumstances. Some cases are not included at all due to ongoing investigations.

March 5th:

4000 block of 34th Street: Theft – 2:40pm. The victim told officers that she was unpacking items from a friend’s vehicle at Red Dirt Studios and when she was from the vehicle for a short time her purse was stolen.

4200 block of Kaywood Drive: Strong arm robbery – 6:45pm. The victim told officers that while he was walking home he was approached by two unknown black males who grabbed him and repeatedly punched and kicked him. He fell to the ground and the suspects his went through his pockets and stole his cell phone, wallet and a quantity of cash. The victim stated that after the suspects took belongings they again kicked and punched him causing bruises and lacerations to his hands, legs and face. Both suspects fled the scene in an unknown direction. The victim stated that the suspects never said anything and that he could not identify them if he saw them again. The victim was transported by ambulance to Providence Hospital for treatment of his injuries. PGPD District I robbery detectives responded to the hospital to take over the investigation.

March 6th:

2500 block of Arundel Road: Vehicle impound – 11:25am. Officers impounded a 2009 Toyota and a 2015 Nissan after both were disables after being involved in a property damage collision.

2900 block of Allison Street: Vandalism to auto – 7:40pm. The owner of a 1999 Honda Civic reported that his neighbor told him that he saw an unknown male pouring something into the vehicle’s gas tank. The owner could not provide any additional information about the neighbor so a further investigation could be conducted.

March 7th:

3300 block of Chauncey Place: Burglary – 3:15pm. The resident told officers that when he returned home from work he discovered his bedroom door open. His clothes and miscellaneous items were scattered about the floor and several items of his personal property and cash had been stolen. There were no signs of forced entry into the apartment and the resident sai\d it may have been possible that he may have left the front door unlocked.

March 8th:

3100 block of Chillum Road: Vehicle impound – 7:30am. Officers impounded a 2010 Toyota that was unregistered and displaying a tag issued to another vehicle.

4300 block of 28th Place: Vehicle impound – 9:15am. Officers impounded a 2000 Mercury for displaying tags that expired back in November of 2016.

4100 block of 34th Street: Hit and run collision – 10:40am. The owner of a 2005 Chevy parked her vehicle in the business district at about 8am this morning. When she returned to the vehicle a couple hours later she discovered damage to the rear bumper and tail light.

March 9th:

2900 block of Allison Street: Vandalism to auto – 4:50am. The owner of a 2012 Honda Accord reported that sometime between 7pm on the 8th and the time he called police someone removed the temporary registration tag from the vehicle and ripped it up.

3000 block of Queens Chapel Road: EPS – 9am. Officers were called to Rainier Manor for the report of a woman in the lobby who stated she wanted to harm herself. She was transported to Washington Adventist Hospital and released to the medical staff for an emergency psychological examination.

2700 block of Queens Chapel Road: Stolen auto – 9:30am. The victim told officers that she parked her 2001 Dodge Caravan outside her residence at about 8:45. When she returned to the van about 45 minutes later she discovered it had been stolen.

3800 block of 33rd Street: Returned missing person – 12:10pm. Officers on patrol encountered a 40- year old man who had been reported missing to MRPD last September 20th. The man said he had been out of state since that time but was in good health. His information was removed from NCIC missing persons files.

March 10th:

2500 block of Queens Chapel Road: Emergency petition – 7:15am. Officers responded for the report of a man running around banging on apartment windows. Officers found him in his apartment soaked in gasoline with no clothes on. He had turned on the stove to try and ignite the gasoline fumes. The apartment was evacuated until cleared by the fire department. The man was taken by ambulance to Washington Adventist hospital and released to the medical staff for an emergency psychological examination.

4500 block of Eastern Avenue (BP station): Assault – 6:20pm. Officers were called to the BP station regarding a pickup truck that had been left there earlier in the day. Management wanted the officers to tow the vehicle from the lot, however since it is private property they were unable to do so. While on the scene the owner of the truck arrived and wanted to drive the truck off the lot but was stopped by the officers because he was under the influence of alcohol. The man became agitated, refused to obey the officers’ commands and started a physical altercation. The altercation quickly turned violent and the officers had to call for assistance from officers in other jurisdictions to get the man under control and under arrest. He was transported to a local hospital for treatment of minor injuries and was charged with assaulting an officer, disorderly conduct and other charges before being delivered to the custody of DOC in Upper Marlboro. One Mount Rainier officer sustained minor injuries during the altercation. He was treated and released at a local hospital.

March 11th:

3300 block of Perry Street: Theft – 12pm. The victim told officers that her child’s father came into her place of employment to discuss matters related to the child. The man became disorderly and when she told him she was going to call the police he took her cell phone and left the premises. The officers documented the incident and advised the victim of her options with a District Court Commissioner.

Citizens are reminded to PLEASE call and report suspicious activity. Even if you choose not to provide your name or other personal information, we still need your help as extra eyes and ears in the community.

See or Hear Something?

Say Something!

We WANT to be bothered! Call 301-985-6565/6566.

Tuesday, March 07, 2017

Police Report: February 26 - March 4

The Mount Rainier Police Department’s weekly report is not intended to be a listing of every incident or call for service handled by the police department, but merely a general summary of incidents that may be of interest to the community. Some reports may be outside the date parameters due to extended investigations or other circumstances. Some cases are not included at all due to ongoing investigations.

February 26th:

3200 block of Queenstown Drive: Lost property – 4:35pm. A man reported that he lost his passport issued by the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He said that he suspects he lost ot back of February 4 at about 8pm.

February 27th:

3800 block of 34th Street: Criminal citation – 10:20am. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for drinking in public.

2200 block of Varnum Street: Fraudulent checks – 3:15pm. The owner of Kaywood Liquors reported that in March and April of last year he cashed two checks for a long time customer.  The victim provided notarized statements from both issuing companies stating that the checks were not issued by them to the customer and that the checks are fraudulent. The customer was positively identified and the officers are following up to obtain pertinent criminal charges.

February 28th:

3200 block of Queenstown Drive: Stolen vehicle – 7:05am. The owner of a 1998 Honda Accord reported the theft of his car that occurred sometime between 10pm on the 27th and the time he called police.

4000 block of 34th Street: Missing person – 2:25pm. The reporting person told officers that her sister was last seen at Northwestern High School on Friday February 24th at about 11am and has not been seen since. She said that her sister has lately been unhappy with her grandmother’s rules at home. The missing person has been diagnosed with ADHD but is not medicated. She is a black female, medium brown skin, shoulder length curly hair and wears black plastic frame glasses. She was last seen wearing blue cargo pants and a blue North face jacket.

4300 block of 28th Place: Fraud – 6:50pm. The victim told officers that she contracted with a company she found on Instagram that promised to help her pay her rent. The victim sent the company $900 but never received they promised to provide. The victim contacted her bank to begin a fraud investigation.

March 1st:

2200 block of Varnum Street: Criminal citation – 10:10am. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for drinking in public.

3200 block of Otis Street: 2nd degree assault – 7:30pm. The victim told officers that she got into a verbal argument with her daughter regarding a landlord tenant issue. The argument escalated and the daughter struck her mother in the face. The officers observed visible trauma to the victim’s face. The daughter was arrested, charged with domestic assault and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

3100 block of Chillum Road: Vehicle impound – 10pm. Officers impounded a 1998 Toyota Camry for displaying tags that expired back in October 2016.

March 2nd:

3000 block of Queens Chapel Road: Vandalism to auto – 10:15am. The owner of a 2000 Ford Taurus told officers that she came out to her vehicle this morning and discovered the driver’s window broken out. Nothing was stolen from inside and no evidence was recovered.

3000 block of Queens Chapel Road: Narcotics arrest – 12pm. Officers responded for the report of an unwanted guest. The resident told officers that a woman who he recently net came to his apartment and indulged in alcohol and drugs. Officers contacted the woman and discovered her in possession of a glass pipe and suspect crack cocaine. She was arrested, charged with CDS possession and delivered to the custody of DOC in Upper Marlboro.

3000 block of Queens Chapel Road: Theft from auto – 6:15pm. The owner of a 2005 Toyota Solara came into the police station to report her rear license plate stolen.

March 3rd:

3100 block of Arundel Road: Vehicle impound – 8:10am Officers impounded a 2011 Toyota Avalon that was displaying tags that expired in August of 2016.

4300 block of Kaywood Drive: Vehicle impound – 8:20am. Officers impounded a 2000 VW Passat that had been posted for 48-hour towing and was unregistered.

4700 block of 31st Place: Vehicle impound – 8:45am. Officers impounded a 2008 VW Jetta that was displaying tags that expired in November of 2016.

3300 block of Chauncey Place: Domestic assault – 3:35pm. Investigation revealed that a man physically assaulted two family members during an attempt to take money from one victim’s purse. The man was arrested, charged with domestic assault and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

March 4th:

2700 block of Queens Chapel Road: Vehicle impound – 8:20am. Officers impounded a Chevy Malibu that was displaying tags that expired in June of 2016.

2700 block of Webster Street: Vehicle impound – 9:05am. Officers impounded a 2009 Kia Rio for displaying Ohio tags that expired in July of 2016.

3400 block of Taylor Street: Vandalism to auto – 9:30am. The owner of a 2013 Range Rover reported that someone shot out the vehicle’s rear window. The driver’s side rear window was shattered. There was a small amount of glass inside the vehicle, but no projectile could be located inside the vehicle and was no additional damage to the vehicle.

4000 block of 36th Street: Vandalism to auto – 9:05am. The owner of a 1994 Isuzu truck told officers that he came out to his vehicle this morning and discovered the driver’s window and the sliding rear window were damaged. The damage appeared to have been caused by a BB gun.

3000 block of Queens Chapel Road: Vandalism to auto – 10:20am. The owner of a 2014 Kia told officers that he came out to his vehicle this morning and discovered scratches on the right side of his car.

Citizens are reminded to PLEASE call and report suspicious activity. Even if you choose not to provide your name or other personal information, we still need your help as extra eyes and ears in the community.

See or Hear Something?

Say Something!

We WANT to be bothered! Call 301-985-6565/6566.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Inauguration Safety Alerts Available

The National Capital Region will be sending safety and event alerts via text. All residents and visitors need to do to receive these alerts is text the keyword INAUG to 888777.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Community Survey

The Mount Rainier Police Department is conducting a detailed survey that will assist us in improving police services to the citizens, businesses and visitors of Mount Rainier. The answers you provide will be a valuable asset to us as we work to maintain and improve the trust and legitimacy of the Department in our community.

When you are considering an answer to any of the questions on this survey, please give the most detailed response you can provide. A detailed response will help us understand the needs of the community, highlight issues we may not have considered, and point out ways we can better deliver services. It will give us information necessary to make positive changes in our community and our police force.

All responses on this survey will be, and will remain, confidential. No personally identifiable identification will be shared with anyone beyond the assessors of the survey.

The survey can be accessed at the following web link, and please, spread the word to your neighbors and friends so we can get the widest distribution possible. Thank you for your participation

 

https://goo.gl/forms/89WO56H9xkvXs5R03

 

 

Michael E. Scott

Chief of Police

Mount Rainier Police Department

3249 Rhode Island Avenue

Mount Rainier, Maryland 20712

301-985-6580

mscott@mountrainierpd.org

Chief's Blog: http://mrpdchief.blogspot.com

Twitter: @MRPDChief

Most of us have varying levels of bias. The best of us are aware of these biases and work to overcome them. The worst of us don't and wallow in our ignorance.

-Robert Ashton

 

 

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

MRPD Using Lexipol to Update Policies

Mount Rainier Citizens:

As the Chief of Police for the City of Mount Rainier, one of my main responsibilities is to ensure that your police department is providing the most professional service to each of you as residents of our community.  Part of that effort is to ensure that the MRPD has policies and procedures in place that provide for the best practices in law enforcement.  With that in mind, I am excited to share with you that we have contracted with a company called LEXIPOL to help us develop and utilize state-specific policy content that is up to date and evolves as court rulings effect the law enforcement profession.

What is Lexipol?

Lexipol is a nationally recognized company that is the leading provider of public safety policies and training in the United States. The company was founded in 2003 by Risk Management gurus Gordon Graham and Bruce Praet, former law enforcement officers. Today, Lexipol offers its services to 32 states and has a staff of more than 120 people representing 2,094 years of combined public safety experience.

How is the Lexipol policy content different?

Using Lexipol will help us ensure that our policies are up to date and legally defensible.  They represent our industries best standards, which means more protection for us as a city. With Lexipol, our manual will continuously be on the front edge of best practices in law enforcement because their legal and content development staff will send policy updates when laws or court rulings change. This service also provides daily computer based trainings which will ensure your officers learn and retain policies.

What are the next steps?

Last year we began process of reviewing the Lexipol policies alongside our existing policies.  We are customizing each policy to fit our department and I expect the completed manual to be in place within the next six months. As we update our policies and convert them to the Lexipol format we will publish them to the department’s web site. Interested parties may view these policies at the following link:


Working with Lexipol is an important step to providing the highest level of professionalism and service to you. If you have questions about Lexipol please refer to the Lexipol website at www.Lexipol.com.

Happy holidays,

Michael E. Scott

Chief of Police