Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Police Report: March 24

3200 block of Chillum Road: At about 1:45 am officers responded to the 7-11 store for a disorderly subject who refused to leave the store. When the officers arrived they confronted the man who continued his disorderly behavior and his refusal to leave. He was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. He was delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

4500 block of 29th Street: At about 2:15 am officers took two reports of thefts from auto. The first victim/owner told the officers that he heard the sound of his car alarm and ran out of his apartment to investigate. When he got outside he saw a grey colored mini van speeding away. When he inspected his car he discovered that his front passenger side window had been broken out and his portable GPS system had been stolen. He also noticed that possibly the same suspects stole all four wheels off one of his neighbors’ vehicle. He contacted her and had her speak with the officers. She said that she heard the car alarm and a dog barking but though nothing of it until her neighbor told her about her wheels being stolen. The officers processed both vehicles and searched the area for witnesses and the gray mini van with negative results.

4000 block of 32nd Street: At about 7:45 am officers recovered two stolen and damaged City parking meters. Both meters were inside a cardboard box and it is not known how long they had been there before being discovered. The meters were stolen from the 3300 block of Bunker Hill Road.

3200 block of Queenstown Drive: At about 2:15 pm officers responded for the report of an attempted stolen vehicle. The victim/owner told the officers that he saw a man inside his car who he believed was trying to steal it. When the thief realized someone had seen him in the car he fled the area on foot. The owner chased after him but was unable to catch him. The suspect was able to get into another vehicle and flee the area. The owner was unable to provide a lookout to the officers

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