Friday, August 21, 2009

Police Report: August 19-20

August 19th:

Russell Avenue at Eastern Avenue: At about 10 am officers took a report of a stolen auto. The victim/owner told the officers that she last saw her white 1990 Honda Accord (MD tags 6EZM37) legally parked outside of her residence in the Kaywood Apartments at about 1 am this morning. When she returned for her cat at about 10 am she discovered that it had been stolen. Communications personnel confirmed that the car had not been impounded or repossessed.

August 20th:

4200 block of Kaywood Drive: At about 12:40 am officers responded for the report of a citizen armed robbery. The victims (2) told the officers that three black males, approximately 18-20 years of age got out of a dark colored Dodge Caravan (unknown tags) and approached them. One of the men displayed a small dark colored hand gun, possibly a revolver, and robbed both victims of their valuables. The three suspects then fled the area in the Caravan towards Eastern Avenue. A search of the area for the van and the suspects was unsuccessful.

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: At about 4:30 am officers took a report of a missing person/runaway juvenile. The father of a 13 year old male told the officers that his son ran away from home after the two got into an argument. The juvenile was in good health at the time he left home. A lookout was placed with surrounding jurisdictions and the juvenile’s information was entered into the NCIC missing persons’ database. This is the second time in the last week that this juvenile has been reported missing to MRPD.

3700 block of 34th Street: At about 11 am officers responded for the report of a car on fire. When the officers arrived the discovered a 2006 Cadillac DTS fully engulfed in flames. Fire/rescue personnel responded and extinguished the blaze. The cause of the fire could not be determined at the time of the report but it was not believed to be criminally related.

3700 block of Perry Street: At about 6:40 pm officers took a vandalism to auto report. The victim/owner told the officers that he came out to his 2000 Lexus to find a six-foot long scratch down the driver’s side. There were no witnesses or other evidence that would lead the officers to those responsible for the damage.

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