Thursday, July 15, 2010

Police Report: July 14

2200 block of Varnum Street: At about 11:30 am officers took a vandalism report. The reporting person told the officers that upon arrival at the church this morning she discovered that someone had vandalized the front doors. No entry was made. No evidence was recovered and no witnesses were identified.

34th Street and Rhode Island Avenue: At about 1:20 pm officers investigated a motor vehicle collision. The officers’ investigation determined that a vehicle traveling southbound on Rhode Island Avenue failed to yield the right-of-way to a vehicle in the circle. The at fault vehicle’s driver was issued the appropriate traffic citations. Both vehicles were drivable after the collision and there were no injuries.

4600 block of 27th Street: At about 2:15 pm officers took a report of a theft from auto. The victim told the officers that she parked her 2001 Pontiac (Maryland tag 31294M6) by her residence overnight. When she returned for it this afternoon she discovered that someone had stolen the rear tag. No evidence or witnesses were found.

3200 block of Rhode Island Avenue: At about 3:30 pm officers took a report of a theft from auto. The reporting person told the officers that while he was inspecting a Ford truck parked on his lot he discovered that someone had disconnected the gas line and stole an undetermined quantity of gas from the gas tank.

4000 block of 34th Street: At about 7:10 pm officers responded for the report of a disorderly person. The officers stopped the individual in question for a field interview. During the interview the individual was cooperative with the officers who found no reason to charge or arrest him. He was sent on his way without further incident.

34th Street and Rhode Island Avenue: At about 10 pm officers responded for a report of a possible CDS violation in progress. When the officers arrived they stopped and identified the two men described by the complainant. Both men interviewed and searched and no CDS found in their possession. They were sent on their way without further incident.

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