Friday, December 10, 2010

Police Report: December 3-5

December 3rd:

3800 block of 34th Street: At about 7:30 pm officers took a report of a stolen license plate. The victim told the officers that he last saw his Maryland license plate of 74R309 attached to his Dodge pickup truck on December 2nd at about noon. No evidence or witnesses to the theft were located.

December 4th:

Queens Chapel Road & Chillum Road: At about 3:55 am officers on patrol observed a man who they knew from prior contacts had an open arrest warrant for failing to appear in court. He was stopped for a field interview and the warrant was confirmed. He was arrested and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: At about 6:40 pm officers took a report of a runaway juvenile. The parents of a 15 year old girl told the officers that their daughter had run away from home because she wanted to go to a party. No foul play is suspected and the juvenile’s information was entered into the NCIC missing person’s database.

Bunker Hill Road & 33rd Street: At about 9:40 pm officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. Further investigation revealed that both occupants were in possession of narcotics and one was also in possession of a concealed handgun. Both individuals were arrested, charged accordingly and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

December 5th:

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: At about 2 am officers responded for the report of a possible assault. After sometime the alleged was located and he was found to be highly intoxicated and uncooperative with officers. The only information he could give was that 3-4 black males allegedly assaulted him while he was walking from the Hyattsville Metro Station towards the Queenstown Apartments. The subject refused to cooperate with officers and left the scene.

4300 block of Russell Avenue: At about 10:05 am officers took a report of a theft from auto. The victim told the officers that he parked and locked his vehicle by his residence at around 3 am this morning. When he returned to the vehicle he discovered that someone had broken into the vehicle and stolen his stereo. MRPD officers actually discovered the theft at about 8:15 am but were unable to locate the victim at that time. No evidence was recovered and no witnesses could be located.

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