Monday, October 20, 2008

Police Report: October 17-19

Friday October 17:

4300 block of Kaywood Drive: At about 8:45 am officers responded for the report of a stolen auto. The victim/owner told the officers that sometime during the previous night person(s) unknown stole his red 1997 Chevy truck with Maryland tags 12S339. Pieces of broken glass were observed were the vehicle was last parked. A check of area for additional evidence and witnesses proved negative.

3700 block of Quincy Street: At about 11:15 am officers on patrol were conducting random checks of parked vehicles in the located a car with a suspended registration and an MVA pick up order. The tags were removed and the car was impounded.

4400 block of 28th Place: At about 4:15 pm officers responded for the report of a domestic conflict between two brothers. The victim brother told the officers that when he got home his brother began an argument over money allegedly owed to him. The argument led to the victim being physically assaulted and he sustained marks/bruises on his face and neck area. After the assault the victim’s brother went into victim’s bedroom and removed/took $148.00 US currency without the victim’s consent. Officers attempted to interview the brother that committed the assault but he refused to cooperate with them. He took a combative stance with his hands balled into a fist and became loud and verbally abusive directing profanity and racial slurs towards the officers. The officers took defensive measures and the brother was arrested and charged with assault and other charges.

2400 block of Arundel Road: At about 12:00 pm officers on patrol observed an individual drinking an alcoholic beverage in a public place. He was issued a criminal citation for the violation and sent on his way without further incident.

2400 block of Arundel Road: At about 7:45 pm officers on patrol observed an individual drinking an alcoholic beverage in a public place. He was issued a criminal citation for the violation and sent on his way without further incident..

Saturday October 18:

3300 block of Chillum Road: At about 12:40 am officers conducted a traffic stop on vehicle for various traffic violations. Further investigation revealed that the driver was driving on a suspended registration. There was also an MVA pick up order for the tags. The tags were removed, the driver was issued several citations and the vehicle was impounded.

2500 block of Allison Street: At about 8:40 am the parents of a 16 year old female reported their daughter missing. The parents told the officers that they last saw their daughter on Friday October 17th at about 5:40 pm when she left home to attend a movie with her boyfriend. She did not return home at 10 pm as scheduled. The officers completed a State missing persons report and the daughter’s information was entered into NCIC. At about 5:30 pm the parents contacted the officers and reported that their daughter had returned home and was in good health. The missing person NCIC entry was cancelled by BPD Communications personnel.

3800 block of Perry Street: At about 11:16 am officers conducting random checks of parked vehicles located a vehicle displaying suspended registration plates with an MVA pick up order for the tags. The tags were removed and the car was impounded.

Mutual Aid: At about 3:45 pm MRPD officers assisted Bladensburg PD in apprehending suspects in a stolen vehicle which had been used in several armed robberies in the area. The suspect vehicle attempted to maliciously ram/assault one of the BPD uniformed marked patrol cars in an escape attempt. A brief chase ensued that ended in Washington, DC. The stolen vehicle was recovered and one apprehension was made. No officers reported injuries or damage to departmental vehicles.

3300 block of Chillum Road: At about 4 pm officers responded for a motor vehicle collision. Investigation revealed that a bicyclist attempting to cross Chillum Road was struck by a vehicle traveling west on Chillum Road. The bicyclist did not have any visible injuries but was transported as a precaution to Prince George’s Hospital for evaluation.

3400 block of Rhode Island Avenue: At about 8:15 pm officers responded for the report of a tenant dispute. The tenant in apartment #3 has been having ongoing issues with tenant in apartment #1. The resident in apartment #3 was confronted by the resident in apartment #1. The confrontation allegedly became physical when the resident from apartment #1 assaulted the resident in apartment #3’s daughter. The officers advised all parties of their options to seek charges or other sanctions via a District Court commissioner.

3300 block of Chauncey Place: At about 10:20 pm officers responded for the report of a residential burglary. The resident/victim told the officers that she left her residence at about 6 pm locking the bottom door lock but leaving the top deadbolt lock unlocked. When she returned to her apartment at about 10:20 pm she discovered that person(s) unknown had entered her apartment after prying open the bottom lock. Once inside the individuals stole various items of the victim’s property. A canvass of the other residents in the building for evidence or witnesses was negative.

Sunday October 19:

3200 block of Queenstown Drive: At about 12:05 am officers responded for the report of a vandalism to auto. Investigation revealed that the target vehicle was possibly struck by a stick, pole or bat or by a similar type object causing damage to the front right upper fender. No evidence or witness(es) could be found.

2700 block of Webster Street: At about 5:30 am officers responded for the report of a residential burglary. The resident/victim told the officers that he left his residence the previous evening at about 9:15 pm. When he returned home he discovered the front door open and the interior ransacked. The officers noted that the living room window was open (no damage to the window itself) and the window screen lying on the ground just below the window on the outside. The victim said that he occasionally leaves his window open/unlocked but did not recall if he did so when he left the night before. It appeared that the person(s) responsible entered through the unsecured window, stole numerous items of the victim’s personal property and left via the front door. The scene was processed for evidence with negative results and check of the area for witnesses was also negative.

4300 block of Russell Avenue: At about 3:45 pm officers took a report of a hit and run traffic collision. A vehicle was struck while parked in the parking lot and the striking vehicle failed to remain at the scene or report the collision. There were no witnesses.

4100 block of Russell Avenue: At about 5 pm officers responded for the report of a citizen armed robbery. When the officers arrived they met with the 15 year old victim who told them that he was waiting out front of his apartment building for a family member to drop off some items for his mother. While he was waiting he was approached from behind by two suspects. Suspect #1 grabbed the victim by his shoulder and stated “Give me your money” while suspect #2 pointed a black colored revolver at him. Suspect #2 forced the victim to the ground and began to go through his pockets. Suspect #2 removed the victim’s wallet from a rear pocket and stole the money that was inside along with the victim’s mobile phone. Suspect #2 dropped the victim’s wallet and both suspects fled the area towards Eastern Avenue and into DC. The victim was not injured and PGPD CID was notified. Checks of area for the two suspects were conducted and look out was placed with surrounding police agencies. Suspect #1 was described as a black male with long black braids, 6’ tall, 200 lbs., wearing a plaid sweat shirt and blue jeans. Suspect #2 was described as a black male, 5’7” tall, 160 lbs., wearing a black ski mask and armed with a black revolver.

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