Tuesday October 21:
3700 block of Wells Avenue: At about 12:30 pm officers responded for the report of a found motorcycle. The complainant told the officers that he found a motorcycle in his back yard with the ignition damaged. An NCIC check revealed that the motorcycle was not stolen and it was impounded for safekeeping while attempts are made to contact the last registered owner.
2700 block of Allison Street: At about 7 pm officers responded for the report of a residential burglary. The officers spoke with the victim whop said that he returned home to find that several video games and a game console along with two pairs of shoes were taken from his apartment. The officers found no damage to the front door or windows to the apartment and therefore could not establish a point of entry.
Wednesday October 22:
4100 block of 30th Street: At about 8 am officers responded for the report of a stolen auto. The victim told the officers that he parked his 1997 Honda Civic with Maryland tags EJS865 near his residence the previous evening and when he returned for it this morning he discovered it had been stolen. A check of the area for evidence and/or witnesses proved negative.
3200 block of Upshur Street: At about 10:30 am an MRPD parking enforcement officer observed a parked 1997 Honda CRV displaying expired Maryland registration plates. A MILES/NCIC check confirmed that the tags were expired and the vehicle was not stolen. The registration plates were removed from the vehicle and it was cited and impounded.
4200 block of Russell Avenue: At about 12:15 pm officers responded for the report of a storehouse burglary. The officers interviewed a witness who is an electrical contractor for the Kaywood gardens apartment complex. He said that workers were using a storage room to store equipment used on site and that the store room is locked when not used by the contractor. The witness said that while he was approaching the store room to retrieve tools/equipment he saw an individual coming out of the store room with the company’s tools. When the individual saw the witness he dropped the tools and fled on foot. The tools were recovered except for a power drill which the individual took when he fled. The witness positively identified the individual from a previous encounter. Based on the witness’s identification of the individual officers are now in the process of obtaining an arrest warrant charging him with felony theft.