Friday February 27:
3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: At about 11:25 am officers responded to check the welfare of a resident. The resident’s mother was concerned about her son’s wellbeing. When the officers arrived they found the front door to the apartment ajar, and when they entered they discovered a large amount of blood throughout the apartment and the resident missing. The officers along with detectives from PGPD District I began a search for the individual. After about an hour we discovered that he had been admitted to Prince George’s Hospital suffering from a wrist laceration. It is believed that the individual had attempted suicide. His self-inflicted injuries were not deemed life threatening.
4200 block of Russell Avenue: At about 7 pm officers responded for the report of a first degree assault and attempted robbery. The victim told the officers that as he was entering his apartment building he was approached by a man armed with a handgun who demanded that he surrender his property. The victim immediately ran into the building to his apartment to get away. He said that as he ran the man fired a shot at him. He was not struck and was not injured. The victim was not able to describe the man because he was wearing a mask over his face at the time of the crime. The officers conducted a search of the surrounding area for the suspect with negative results.
Saturday February 28:
2900 block of Allison Street: At about 8:30 pm officers took a report of a vandalism to auto. The victim/owner told the officers that he parked his Ford F-150 pickup truck outside his residence at about 7:30 pm. When he returned an hour later he discovered that the lock on the passenger door had been damaged. Nothing was missing from the inside of the vehicle and the ignition was intact. A canvass of the area failed to locate any witness(es) or evidence.
3400 block of Bunker Hill Road: At about 4 pm officers took a report of a vandalism to auto. The victim said that he came out to his vehicle and saw that the mirror on the driver’s side had been damaged and there was a piece missing from one headlight. He said that he only wanted an incident report for his insurance company.
Sunday March 1:
2500 block of Allison Street: At about 7:15 pm officers responded for the report of an assault. The victim told them that she had been assaulted by her roommate’s former boyfriend. The boyfriend had fled the scene prior to the officers’ arrival. Since the assault did not occur in the officers’ presence the victim was advised of her options to seek a charging document or a protective order from a District Court Commissioner.
4100 block of 31st Street: At about 10:45 pm officers responded for the report of a tampering with a motor vehicle. The victim/owner of the car told the officers that he saw three black males (no further description) trying to break into his car. They were not successful because the owner scared them off when he came outside to see what they were up to. The officers found damage to the driver’s side door lock, but they could not determine if the suspects were trying to get into the car to steal it or its contents. The vehicle was processed for latent evidence and a canvas of the neighborhood was conducted, both with negative results.
3000 block of Arundel Road: At about 4:45 am officers responded for a theft from auto report. The victim/owner told the officers that sometime prior to his reporting the incident person(s) unknown stole all four wheels off his 2008 Nissan Altima leaving it sitting on bricks. The officers canvassed the area for potential witnesses and evidence with negative results.