4500 block of Eastern Avenue (BP Station): At about 2:40 pm officers took a theft from auto report. The victim/owner told the officers that he parked his Volkswagen Jetta at the gas station lot and went to work. When he returned he discovered that person(s) unknown had broken into the vehicle and stole several personal items from inside. No evidence as to those responsible could be found at the scene.
4100 block of 31st Street: At about 6:25 am officers responded for the report of a residential burglary. The officer spoke with the resident who said that he left his home for work at about 8:30 am on July 5th returning home at about 10:30 pm. He did not notice anything amiss and retired for the night. When he got up around 6:20 am on the 6th he noticed that his kitchen window was open and a can of change missing. He also discovered a broken window in his garage door. The officers’ investigation revealed that the perpetrators apparently broke the garage door window and gained access to a garden shovel which they used to pry open the kitchen window and gain entry into the residence. No other damage was done to the house and only the can of change was taken.
One Municipal Place: At about 11:30 am officers on patrol observed an individual drinking from an open container of an alcoholic beverage. He was issued a criminal citation for the violation and sent on his way.
4800 block of Volta Street (Brentwood): At about 1:20 am officers on patrol observed an individual drinking an alcoholic beverage in a parked motor vehicle. He was issued a criminal citation for the violation and sent on his way.
3100 block of Shepherd Street: At about 8:45 pm officers took a report of the theft of a Maryland license plate. The victim/owner told the officers that he parked his Oldsmobile Alero by his residence at about 7 am in the morning and when he returned to the vehicle he discovered that his rear tag had been stolen. No witnesses could be located and no evidence as to those responsible could be found at the scene.
4600 block of 27th Street: At about 11:35 pm officers took a missing persons report. The parents of a 15 year old female told the officers that their daughter ran away from home earlier in the day because she believed that her father favored her brother. She left a note for her parents that she was leaving with her 19 year old boyfriend. No foul play was suspected and the juvenile’s information was entered into the NCIC missing persons database. At about 7 am on Tuesday July 7th the girl’s parents called to report that she had returned home. The NCIC data entry was cancelled.