Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Police Report: November 18-24

November 24th:

4700 block of 25th Street: Stolen auto – 7:50pm. Officers met with the owner of a 2002 Cadillac Deville. The owner told the officers that he met with two individuals who had agreed to buy his vehicle. After one of the individuals test drove the vehicle he gave the owner a quantity of cash as payment for the vehicle. Before the owner realized that the cash he received did not match his sale price, and was possibly counterfeit, the two suspects fled in his vehicle and disappeared into DC. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle or the suspects and a lookout was broadcast to MPD. Officers contacted the US Secret Service in regards to the counterfeit bills and they will conduct a follow-up investigation.

4600 block of 27th Street: Warrant service – 11:45pm. Officers responded to Providence Hospital for the report of a domestic assault that occurred earlier. The victim told officers that she had been assaulted by her husband at their residence in Mount Rainier. Officers transported the victim to the District Court Commissioner’s Office where she obtained a protective order and an arrest warrant for her husband charging him with 2nd degree assault. Officers located the man at his residence, served the protective order and arrested him on the warrant. He was delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

November 23rd:

4600 block of 29th Street: Stolen auto – 4:55pm. The owner of a 2006 Chrysler 300C told officers that sometime between 6pm on the 22nd and the time he called police someone stole his vehicle. No evidence or witnesses to the theft were identified.

November 22nd:

3200 block of Taylor Street: Carjacking – 10:20am. The victim told officers that he had pulled into his driveway and was in the process of taking his 2 year old daughter out of the back seat when he was approached by two black male suspects. Suspect #1 produced a silver handgun and demanded the victim’s wallet, keys and phone. The victim complied and both suspects got into the victim’s vehicle and fled the scene towards 31st Street. Neither the victim nor his daughter was injured during the incident. PGPD robbery detectives responded to the scene to assume the follow-up investigation. On November 23rd at about 2:15pm PGPD detectives traced the victim’s stolen cell phone to an address in the 6800 block of Forest Terrace in Hyattsville. Further investigation led to the positive identification of and arrest warrants issued for James Gross (DOB 12/1/1993) and Francis Holmes (DOB 3/10/1994).

3200 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Criminal citation – 11:30pm. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for urinating in public.

November 21st:

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: Assault – 4am. The victim told officers that while he was riding his bicycle he was approached b y five Hispanic males in a small gray vehicle. One of the males in the vehicle struck the victim in the buttocks with a baseball bat and fled the area. The victim was not seriously injured and refused medical treatment. A search of the area for the vehicle and the suspects proved negative.

November 20th:

3700 block of 36th Street: Emergency petition – 8pm. Officers responded for the report of several individuals smoking CDS. When the officers arrived they identified one individual who was obviously under the influence of PCP. He was taken into custody and transported to Washington Adventist Hospital and released to medical personnel for emergency treatment.

November 19th:

3700 block of 36th Street: Missing juvenile – 12pm. The mother of a 14 year old boy called to report her son had been missing from the family home since 12pm on November 18th. The juvenile is a perpetual runaway. His information was entered into NCIC missing persons files.

2700 block of Upshur Street: Tampering – 4pm. Officers responded for the report of four juveniles tampering with the driver’s side door lock of a Toyota Camry. The citizen who called in the incident confronted the juveniles and they fled the area before officers arrived. Officers contacted the owner of the vehicle and notified her of the damage. A search of the area for the juveniles proved negative.

November 18th:

4700 block of 27th Street: Child neglect – 3:30am. Officers responded for the report of a four year old child left home alone. Officers arrived and found the child unharmed and in good condition. They subsequently learned that the child had been left in the custody of her aunt. The aunt left home for unknown reasons while the child was sleeping. Child protective Services was contacted and will conduct a follow-up investigation.

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: Protective order service – 9:20am. Officers responded to assist an individual with the service of a temporary protective order. The officers located the individual to whom the order was directed and served him accordingly. They also stood by while the victim collected his belongings and safely left the premises. Officers notified the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office that the order had been served.

3800 block of 37th Street: Vandalism to auto – 5:30pm. The owner of a 2001 Honda Civic showed officers where sometime between 7am and the time she called police someone damaged her vehicle’s driver’s side door and molding. It appeared that the damage was caused by some sort of pry tool. No further evidence was recovered.

3200 block of Perry Street: Found property – 5:10pm. Officers took a report of handgun ammunition that was found in a residential trash can. Their investigation revealed that the ammunition was discarded by mistake. The owner recovered the ammunition and secured it in his residence.

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