Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Police Report: March 17

3001 block of Queens Chapel Road: At about 7:30 am officers responded for the report of a suspicious person. The complainant told the officers that she saw a man speaking to her child while the child was waiting for the school bus. She was concerned for her child’s safety and called police. The officers were able to locate and speak with the man in question. He denied speaking to the child. The officers checked the man through NCIC and local databases and found that he was not wanted and was not on the sex offender registry. He was sent on his way without further incident.

3500 block of Newton Place: At about 9:30 am officers took a report of a stolen Virginia temporary license tag. The victim told the officers that person(s) unknown apparently stole the tag sometime during the pervious night. The tag, KEZ1448, was entered into the NCIC stolen tag database.

3200 block of Chillum Road: At about 9:45 pm officers on patrol stopped to investigate a suspicious occupied vehicle and its occupants. During their investigation the officers discovered a small quantity of marijuana in the vehicle. The occupants were subsequently searched and one was found in possession of ten tablets of a CDS known as ecstasy. She was arrested, charged with various CDS related crimes and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville without further incident.

4300 block of Russell Avenue: At about 11:55 pm officers responded for the report of vandalism to an automobile that was in progress. The complainant told Communications personnel that three women were in the process vandalizing a vehicle parked in front of an apartment building. When the officers arrived they located and detained the three women in question and observed that they had smashed out the vehicle’s rear window. They also learned that the vehicle was jointly owned by one of the women and her husband. She and her friends broke the window because she believed that her husband was in an adulterous relationship with another woman who lived in the apartment building. No charges were filed against the wife for damaging her own property. The officers were unable to locate the co-owner husband to determine if he wished to prefer charges against his wife. All parties present were sent on their way without further incident.

3700 block of Eastern Avenue: At about 11:55 pm officers of the MRPD power shift along with the M-NCPPC Park Police officers were working a joint task force patrol when they observed a black male hiding in the back yard of an abandoned house. The officers detained the individual for a field interview. During the interview the officers discovered that the man had an outstanding warrant for robbery through the United States Marshall’s Service in Virginia. He was arrested without incident and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

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