Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Police Report: November 1

3300 block of Buchanan Street: At about 1:45 am officers responded for the report of unknown trouble and possibly the sounds of shots. When the officers arrived they discovered a red Ford truck that had collided with a parked car. A check of the truck revealed that its ignition was damaged and it was displaying a Maryland temporary tag that had been previously reported stolen to PGPD. A check of the truck’s VIN revealed that it had been reported stolen from an address in Mount Rainier back on October 26th. The truck was recovered and impounded for safekeeping. The vehicle with which the truck was badly damaged and partially blocking the roadway. The officers were unable to locate the driver of this vehicle so it was also impounded.

3300 block of Chauncey Place: At about 5 pm officers took a report of a theft from auto. The victim told the officers that sometime between 9 am this morning and the time he called police someone stole the tags off of his 1996 Chevy Tahoe (Maryland tags A201293). No evidence or witnesses could be located.

3200 block of Queenstown Drive: At about 3:30 pm officers received a call for a missing person. The officers spoke with the father of a teenage juvenile who told them that his daughter was last seen on October 30th at about 8:30 am. The father said that it was unusual behavior for his daughter to be out of contact for such an extended time. The girl’s information was entered into NCIC as a missing person.

3100 block of Windom Road: At about 9:15 pm officers took a report of a stolen bicycle. The owner of the bike told the officers that he left his black/gray Cannondale Mountain bike in a bike rack on the back of his vehicle at about 7:00 pm. When he went back for the bike he discovered that it had been stolen. The owner also told the officers that he thought he saw man riding the bike in the 3200 block of Chillum Road. He described the man a black, about 20-25 years of age wearing a gray and black sweat shirt with a black baseball style hat. A search of the area for the bike and the suspect proved negative.

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