Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Police Report: December 18-24

December 24th:

3100 block of Chillum Road: Fraud – 11:25 am. A woman called to report that someone had made an unauthorized charge on her bank card at the 7-11 store on Chillum Road. Investigation revealed that the woman’s boyfriend was the one who made the charge so she elected not to press charges.

December 23rd:

2700 block of Webster Street: Domestic Assault – 11:10 am. Officers were called for the report of a domestic assault that had just occurred. The victim met the officers outside her residence and the officers saw that she was bleeding heavily from a laceration to her chin. She said that she had been assaulted by her boyfriend after an argument. The officers found the boyfriend about a block away and took him into custody for the assault. He was charged with aggravated domestic assault and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville. The victim was taken to Washington Adventist Hospital by fire/rescue personnel for treatment of her injuries.

3200 block of Rhode Island AvenueVehicle impound – 3:45 pm. Officers responded for the report of a vehicle stopped in the roadway and blocking traffic. Officers contacted the driver of the vehicle and learned that he did not have a valid driver’s license. He was issued four traffic citations and released at the scene. His vehicle was impounded for safekeeping.

3600 block of Eastern Avenue: Domestic assault – 9:30 pm. Officers responded for the report of a domestic dispute. When they arrived they interviewed the female victim who said that she and her boyfriend got into a verbal argument that resulted in him hitting her in the face with a camera. The boyfriend was found to be very intoxicated and uncooperative with the officers. He was arrested, charged with domestic assault and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

4400 block of 29th Street: Traffic arrest – 10:50 pm. Officers stopped a 1998 Ford Escort for a traffic violation. Further investigation revealed that the driver’s license was suspended. He was transported to DOC in Hyattsville and charged accordingly. His vehicle was impounded for safekeeping.

December 22nd:

33rd and Perry Streets: Criminal citation – 4 pm. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for drinking an alcoholic beverage in public.

3400 block of Newton Street: Warrant service – 5:15 pm. Officer responded to attempt to pick up a man wanted on an outstanding felony warrant through the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office. He was located in the back yard of a private residence and arrested without incident. He was delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

3400 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Emergency petition – 6 pm. Officers responded for the report of an individual smoking CDS. Upon arrival the officers located the man in question and determined that he was under the influence of PCP. He was taken into custody and transported to Washington Adventist Hospital where he was turned over to medical staff for examination and treatment.

2700 block of Webster Street: Theft over $500 – 10:15 pm. The resident told officers that sometime between 2pm on December 17th and 9 pm on the 22nd someone stole a laptop computer, a watch and a purse from inside her apartment.  There were no signs of forced entry into the apartment. The victim told officers that she suspects that her former roommate is responsible for the theft.

December 21st:

4300 block of 28th Place: Domestic dispute – 11:35 pm. Officers responded for the report of a domestic dispute. The dispute was over by the time the officers arrived and neither party required medical attention or wished to file charges against the other. Both parties were advised of their options with a District Court Commissioner.

December 20th:

3400 block of Perry Street: Warrant arrest – 12:25 pm. Officers responded for the report of a domestic fight in progress. When the officers arrived they discovered that the altercation was over and proceeded to interview the participants. A man involved in the incident was found to have two open arrest warrants through Montgomery County and the Maryland State Police, both for traffic related offenses. He was arrested on the warrants and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

3400 block of Perry Street: Vehicle impound - 10:15 pm. Officers stopped a 2002 Mitsubishi Mirage for a traffic violation. Further investigation revealed that the driver did not have a license. He was issued four State traffic citations and his vehicle was impounded.

December 19th:

3300 block of Chillum Road: Warrant arrest – 12:40 am. Officers stopped a 2007 Lexus 300 for a traffic violation. Further investigation revealed that the driver had an open arrest warrant. The warrant was confirmed on the scene and the driver was arrested and transported to DOC in Hyattsville for detention. Once at DOC the officers were told by court commissioner that the warrant could not be served due to errors in the warrant case number. The individual was released from custody at the direction of the commissioner.

4200 block of 34th Street: DWI arrest – 8:55 pm. Officers stopped a 2004 Cadillac Escalade for a traffic violation. Further investigation revealed that the driver was under the influence of alcohol. He refused blood alcohol testing. He was arrested, charged with DUI/DWI and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville. The vehicle was impounded for safekeeping.

December 18th:

2200 block of Varnum Street (Family Dollar): Armed robbery – 11 am. A Family Dollar store clerk told officers that two black males, one armed with a black semi automatic handgun, entered the store. A third black male positioned himself at the front entrance as a lookout. While the clerk was ringing out a customer and had the register drawer open the two men inside the store announced a robbery. One of the men reached into the cash drawer and stole a quantity of cash after which all three fled the store. They were last seen leaving the area in a Ford pickup truck on 25th Street towards Queens Chapel Road. PGPD robbery detectives responded to assume a follow up investigation.

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