Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Police Report: May 20-21

May 20th:

Kaywood Apartments Complex: Between 7:30 am and 9 am officers took four (4) separate theft from auto reports. The thefts were in the 2700 block of Webster Street, the 4300 block of 28th Place (2 cases), and the 4200 block of Kaywood Drive. In all four cases the perpetrators damaged one of the door locks to gain entry into the vehicle. No evidence or suspects were developed in any of the four cases.

3700 block of 34th Street: At about 11:45 am officers took a report of a vandalism to auto. Investigation revealed that person(s) unknown attempted to gain entry into victim’s vehicle by damaging the vehicle’s door locks. It is unknown whether the perpetrator(s) were trying to steal property from the interior or to steal the vehicle altogether. A canvass of the area for evidence and/or witnesses proved negative.

3500 block of Shepherd Street: At about 5:10 pm officers took a report of a vandalism to auto. Investigation revealed that person(s) unknown scratched the victim’s vehicle from the driver’s side front door back to the rear quarter panel. A canvass of the area for evidence and/or witnesses proved negative.

2900 block of Upshur Street: At about 7 pm officers investigated a hit and run motor vehicle collision. The driver of struck vehicle told the officers that she was driving along Upshur Street when her vehicle was hit by a second vehicle that was driving at a high rate of speed on 29th Street. The striking vehicle fled the area without stopping. The victim could not provide any description of the striking vehicle or its driver. A canvass of the area for any evidence and/or striking vehicle identifiers was negative.

3000 block of Arundel Road: At about 11:55 pm officers on patrol observed two suspicious individuals in the park area sitting in the darkness. The officers approached and identified the subjects and began a field interview. Both individuals said they were just talking and were not aware of the park being closed after dark. An NCIC check revealed that one of the individuals had an open warrant through the US Marshalls Service in Arlington County, Virginia for failing to appear on kidnapping charges. The warrant was confirmed and the subject was arrested and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville without incident. The second individual was advised and sent on his way.

May 21st:

Nothing significant to report.

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