3700 block of 35th Street: At about 2:45 pm officers took a report of a stolen mini bike. The victim/owner told the officers that the Baja mini bike was taken from the back yard sometime between 2:30 and 4 pm. No evidence or witnesses to the theft could be found.
3000 block of Queens Chapel Road: At about 2:45 pm officers took a stolen property report. The reporting person told the officers that a Dewalt saw valued at $180.00 had been stolen from inside a secured storage area. There was no evidence of forced entry or damage to the door/locks. Only one individual had keys to the area at the time of incident and officers will be following up to see what involvement, if any, he had in the theft.
2700 block of Arundel Road: At about 7:20 pm officers stopped a silver colored GMC that they observed leaving the Gran China parking lot at a high rate of speed and the driver not wearing a seatbelt. When the officers approached to speak with the driver they smelled an odor of alcohol on the driver and also observed an open can of beer on the front floor board. When the driver was asked for his license he told the officers he didn’t have one. When he was asked for his name he gave a false name. When told he was under arrest he physically resisted. After a brief struggle he was taken into custody. He was charged with open alcohol in a motor vehicle, making a false statement to a police officer, resisting arrest and other traffic charges. He was delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.
4200 block 28th Street: At about 10 pm officers received notification from DC police that they had recovered a vehicle stolen during a citizen armed robbery that occurred March 17th. The vehicle was recovered in the 2400 block of Evarts Street NE. It was drivable, both tags were still attached and DC officers made no arrests. The vehicle was impounded and will be processed for evidence before being returned to the owner.
March 19th (early morning):
3200 block of Queens Chapel Road: At about 12:30 am officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. Further investigation revealed that the drive did not have a valid license. He was cited for multiple violations and his vehicle was impounded for safekeeping.
2900 block of Allison Street: At about 1:15 am officers responded to a second complaint of loud noise coming from an apartment. About two hours earlier officers warned the resident that should they have to return she would be cited for violating the City’s noise ordinance. She was issued the appropriate citation.