Thursday, April 30, 2009

Police Report: April 27-29

April 27th:

3200 block of Rhode Island Avenue: At about 4:30 pm took a report of an assault. The victim told the officers that an unknown and undescribed individual cut him on the right hand. The victim was uncooperative with the officers and gave no further information. He was transported to Washington Adventist Hospital for treatment.

4200 block of 28th Street: At about 1 pm officers took a report of possible identity theft. The victim told the officers that person(s) unknown withdrew approximately $3,000 in US currency from his bank account. There are no current suspects and the victim is working with his bank to resolve the theft.

3800 block of 34th Street: At about 2 pm officers took a report of a vandalism to auto. The victim showed the officers where person(s) unknown broke the back window and slashed a tire of his 2000 Dodge Neon. No witnesses or suspects could be located.

36th and Perry Streets: At about 11 pm officers responded for a strong arm robbery on 36th Street near Perry. Power Shift officers made contact with the victim approximately three minutes after receiving the call. The victim suffered numerous contusions and abrasions on and about his face and head. Despite his injuries he gave an excellent description of his three attackers (two males and a female) including their direction of travel and a clothing description for all three. Patrol officers immediate began a search of the area and quickly located them at the intersection of 39th and Quincy Streets where they were seen rummaging through the items stolen from the victim. Officers were able to take two of the three into custody but the third suspect fled across Rhode Island Avenue. Officers set up a perimeter with the assistance of Cottage City Police, Hyattsville City Police, and Bladensburg Police. A K-9 track was conducted but the trail went cold behind the Brentwood Apartments on Bunker Hill Road. PGPD detectives responded and interviewed both suspects. One of the arrestees, a female) still had the victim's identification and credit cards on her person at the time she was arrested. The two were arrested and charged with robbery and associated crimes and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville. The investigation is continuing in an attempt to identify and arrest the third suspect.

April 28th:

Nothing of significance to report.

April 29th:

3200 block of Taylor Street: At about 10 pm officers responded for the report of a domestic dispute. The officers were able to resolve the issues and the male half left the premises without incident. However at about 2 am (now April 30th) the male half returned to the residence in an intoxicated state and began banging on the windows and being genuinely disorderly. Officers tried to get the man to calm down and leave the area peacefully to no avail. He was eventually arrested, charged with disorderly conduct and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

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