3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: Vandalism to auto – 4:25 pm. The driver of a 2002 Dodge van told officers that while sitting in traffic waiting for the traffic signal to change she heard the sound of glass breaking in her van. Further investigation revealed that an unknown object had shattered a window on the driver’s side. The object could not be identified and no other evidence/witnesses were found.
3300 block of Chauncey Place: Citizen robbery – 5:50 pm. The victim told officers that as he walked to his apartment two individuals (NFD) walked up behind him, pulled his jacket over his head and punched him several times in the back and mouth. They stole his shoulder bag and fled the area on foot. The victim told the officers that there was nothing of value in his bag. The victim refused medical treatment and a canvass of the area for the suspects was negative.
3100 block of Chillum Road: Residential burglary – 7:45 pm. When officers arrived on the scene they were met by the resident who said that when she returned home from work she discovered several items missing from her apartment. She said that she believes that whoever was responsible was able to get inside her apartment through a window that had been broken a couple weeks earlier by her 18 year old daughter. Oddly enough, the items that had been stolen were the same ones taken by her daughter earlier in the week. The daughter originally returned the items after her mother threatened to report her to police. The mother also told the officers that this time the store receipts for the items were also missing. The investigation will continue to determine if the daughter stole the items a second time.
Arundel Road and Chillum Road: Traffic – 11 pm. Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. Further investigation revealed that the driver had a suspended Maryland license and the vehicle was uninsured. The driver was issued several traffic citations and his vehicle was impounded.
March 29th (early morning):
4000 block of 29th Street: Theft from auto – 5 am. Officers responded for the report of a suspicious vehicle. When they arrived they discovered 2008 Dodge Charger with Texas tags without any wheels. The owner was contacted and he told officers that his wheels were still attached to his car when he parked it at about 10 pm the previous evening. No evidence as to those responsible for the theft was recovered and there were no witnesses.