3200 block of Otis Street: At about 2 am officers responded for thereport of a theft from auto. The victim told the officers that sheheard a loud crash and when she looked out the window she observed ablack Nissan Maxima with a rear spoiler speeding away from her vehicle.She immediately went out to check on her car and discovered that thefront passenger side window was smashed out and several items had beenstolen from inside. A check of area for additional evidence and/orwitnesses proved negative.
3100 block of Queens Chapel Road (Joe's Carry-Out): At about 11:45 amofficers responded for the report of a commercial burglary.Investigation revealed that person(s) unknown made entry into thebusiness through a roof vent. Since no ladder or other scaling toolswere found it is believed that the suspect(s) climbed up to the roofusing the vent/duct work located on the outside rear wall. Once on theroof the suspect(s) removed the tin cover to a large vent and made goodtheir entry and subsequent theft. The business has no working alarm orvideo system that would have alerted authorities to the break-in. PGPDCID detectives were notified of the incident. The probable entry andexit areas were processed for latent evidence with negative results.
3200 block of Queenstown Drive: At about 5:30 pm officers received acall from a female resident for unknown trouble at her residence. Whenthe officers arrived they spoke to the female and a male companion andlearned that the male subject had an open arrest warrant through the PGSheriff's Department. After confirming that the warrant was stillactive, the male subject was arrested without incident. He wasdelivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.