Thursday, May 19, 2011

Police Report: May 8-14

May 8th:

3700 block of Bunker Hill Road: Theft from auto – 10:50 am. The owner of a 2007 Honda Pilot reported that someone broke out the driver’s side window and stole a Pioneer GPS/DVD player.

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: Domestic assault – 7:45 pm. A man was arrested for 2nd degree domestic assault after striking his female partner during an argument.

May 9th:

37th Street and Rhode Island Avenue: Warrant arrest – 5:20 pm. A man was arrested on an open arrest warrant issued through Montgomery County for violation of a peace order.

3300 block of Chauncey Place: Vandalism to auto – 11:25 am. The owner of a 2002 Volkswagen reported that someone scratched profanity on the vehicle’s hood, driver’s side door and rear quarter panel.

3500 block of 37th Street: Warrant arrest – 10:25 pm. Officers arrested a man who had an open arrest warrant through Prince George’s County for failing to appear in court on a charge of driving without a license.

May 10th:

4501 Eastern Avenue (BP station): Stolen auto – 7:30 am. The owner of a 2001 BMW reported that while he was putting air in his tires someone got into his vehicle, started the engine and drove away.

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: Vehicle impound – 9 pm. Officers impounded a 1998 Chevy Monte Carlo because the vehicle’s registration plates were expired.

May 11th:

3300 block of Chillum Road (7-11): Theft – 3:55 am. The night clerk reported that a black male with dark skin, approximately 40-50 years of age, 5’-10” tall, 250 lbs., wearing blue jeans and a grey hoodie came into the store, went behind the counter and stole approximately 10-12 packs of cigarettes and four rolls of lottery tickets.

32nd and Perry Streets: Motor vehicle collision – 8 am. A tractor trailer was attempting to navigate down a residential street when the trailer struck some low hanging cable wires. One of the wires was sheared off and struck a five year old child who was standing on his front porch. The child sustained a deep laceration to his eye and was transported to Children’s Hospital for treatment.

4400 block of 29th Street: Theft from auto – 10 am. The owner of a 1993 Toyota Tercel reported that someone entered her unlocked vehicle and stole a Coach handbag and a Coach purse.

4400 block of 29th Street: Theft – 10 am. A man reported that someone stole his bicycle from inside an unlocked storage unit.

4200 block of 34th Street: Vandalism – 1 pm. Officers took a report of graffiti spray painted on a fence. The graffiti was photographed and officers determined that it is not gang related.

2700 block of Queens Chapel Road: Traffic – 8:40 pm. Officers issued a man several traffic citations including one for driving without a license. His vehicle was impounded.

4200 block of 30th Street: Residential burglary – 8:45 pm. The homeowner reported that she left home at about 1:30 pm and when she returned she discovered the rear door to the residence broken and slightly ajar. The owner found that several rooms had been ransacked and numerous personal items stolen.

May 12th:

28th Street at Eastern Avenue: Stolen auto – 7 am. The owner of a 1996 Chevy Impala told officers that he parked his vehicle by his residence at about 10 pm on May 11th. At about 6:55 this morning he received a text from a friend telling him that he saw his car at 28th and Eastern Avenue. The victim went to investigate and determined that someone stole his car but didn’t get too far with it. The vehicle was recovered with damage to the steering column and driver’s side door lock.

4600 block of 27th Street: Residential burglary – 10:25 am. The homeowner told officers that she left her home secure and intact on May 11th at about 9:30 am. When she returned home she discovered her house had been ransacked and several items of her personal property had been stolen. There were no signs of forced entry and the victim stated that the top door lock was left unsecured.

4300 block of 28th Place: Vandalism to auto – 5 pm. The owner of a 2003 Chevy truck reported that someone broke out the rear window. Nothing was stolen from inside the truck and no other damage was found.

May 13th:

3300 block of Chauncey Place: CDS arrest – 12:20 am. Officers observed three individuals sitting in double parked vehicle in an area known for drug complaints. The officers conducted field interviews on the occupants and detected a strong odor of marijuana coming inside of the vehicle. The driver told officers he and his friends had just smoked marijuana but there were no drugs on his person or inside the vehicle. Officers searched the all the occupants and no drugs were found. However, the officers discovered a large glass bottle filled with PCP inside the driver’s door. All occupants were arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

3200 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Disorderly conduct – 1:30 pm. Officers observed a man and a woman engaged in a domestic argument. Officers made several attempts to get the man to calm down but he continued to yell and curse loudly. Officers arrested him and charged him with disorderly conduct.

3200 block of Queenstown Drive: Assault – 3 pm. Two students attacked a third student as the result of a dispute earlier in the day at school. The victim’s mother was able to break up the assault. The victim’s attackers were referred to Juvenile Services for charges.

May 14th:

4400 block of 28th Street: Weapons possession – 2 am. Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation (possible DUI/DWI). Officers smelled the odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle and the driver admitted to smoking marijuana earlier. Further investigation revealed that there was a loaded handgun inside the passenger compartment and a fully loaded assault-type weapon in the trunk. Both weapons were seized along with a small amount of marijuana. The driver was arrested and charged with several weapons and CDS crimes. The vehicle was impounded.

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: Vandalism to auto – 11:50 pm. The owner of a 1997 Cadillac Escalade reported that he witnessed an individual puncture two of his tires. The victim was referred to a District Court Commissioner to obtain a warrant.

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