Thursday, May 23, 2013

MRPD Records Office Hours

Effective immediately, the police department’s records office hours will be 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday only. Until further notice there will be no extended evening hours. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Monday, May 20, 2013

Police Report: May 12-18

The Mount Rainier Police Department’s weekly report is not intended to be a listing of every incident or call for service handled by the police department, but merely a general summary of incidents that may be of interest to the community. Some reports may be outside the date parameters due to extended investigations or other circumstances. Some cases are not included at all due to ongoing investigations.

May 18th:

Queens Chapel Road and Buchanan Street: Hit and run collision – 11:20am. The owner of a 2012 Honda truck told officers that as he was turning off Buchanan Street onto Queens Chapel Road an unidentified vehicle struck his truck in the rear quarter panel and fled. The victim was not able to provide a description or a tag number for the striking vehicle.

May 17th:

3200 block of Queenstown Drive: Warrant service – 1:55am. Officers responded to assist Queenstown Security with a suspicious person. Further investigation revealed that the individual had an open arrest warrant through Prince George’s County for failing to appear in court. He was arrested on the warrant and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

4100 block of 29th Street: Found property – 7:30am. A resident found a Maryland license plate in her yard. Officers took possession of the plate and are attempting to locate the owner of the vehicle on which it belongs.

Chillum Road and Queens Chapel Road: Motor vehicle collision – 8:55am. Officers investigated a traffic collision between a 1997 Toyota Camry and a 2008 Lexus RX350. The officer learned that the driver of the Lexus was making a left hand turn out of a parking lot and struck the Toyota. There were no injuries.

3400 block of Eastern Avenue: Warrant service – 12pm. Officers responded for the report of a domestic dispute. During their investigation they learned that the female half had an open arrest warrant through Prince George’s County for failing to appear in court. She was arrested on the warrant and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

3800 block of 34th Street: 2nd degree assault – 1:30pm. Officers responded for the report of an assault that had just occurred outside the Alife Dollar Food mart. While enroute to the call the officers received a lookout for the suspect and when they arrived they identified the suspect from the lookout and detained him. Further investigation revealed that the suspect, a 14- year old juvenile, assaulted a store employee when the employee confronted him about shoplifting. The juvenile was also found to be in possession of some stolen candy from the store. He was arrested, charged with theft and assault and delivered to the custody of the Cheltenham youth facility pending Juvenile Court action.

Queens Chapel Road and Chillum Road: Motor vehicle collision – 6:45pm. Officers investigated a traffic collision between a 2006 Toyota Camry and a 2007 GMC truck. The officer learned that the driver of the GMC was backing up and struck the passing Toyota. There were no injuries.

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: Warrant service – 8:45pm. Officers responded for the report of a domestic dispute. During their investigation they learned that the male half had an open arrest warrant through Prince George’s County for contempt of court for failing to make child support payments. He was arrested on the warrant and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

May 16th:

3400 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Criminal citation – 4:20pm. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for drinking an alcoholic beverage in public.

2700 block of Upshur Street: Missing person – 3:50pm. Officers spoke with the father of a 17- year old boy. The father told the officers that his son was assigned by the State to wear an ankle monitor and not leave the house, but earlier in the day he cut off the device and left home. The juvenile’s information was entered into NCIC missing persons files. State authorities had been notified by the father prior to his reporting the incident to MRPD.

2700 block of Webster Street: Residential fire – 8:30pm. Officers responded for the report of a fire in an occupied apartment. While enroute to the call they were told that there was a man acting erratically outside the apartment building. When the officers arrived they found the man sitting on the back of a fire truck. He had sustained a burn on his left foot and a cut on his wrist, but was unable to respond to questions about his injuries or his involvement in the fire. He was transported to Med Star for treatment.  Prince George’s County fire investigators responded to the scene to take over the investigation.

May 15th:

Nothing significant to report.

May 14th:

2300 block of Varnum Street (7-11): Shoplifting – 1:40am. The store clerk told officers that two black males (NFD) entered the store and stole $14 dollars worth of candy. Officers canvassed the area for the two suspects with negative results.

3400 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Disorderly conduct – 8:25am. Officers responded for the report of a man harassing people as they walked past him on the sidewalk. The officers located the man and found that he was intoxicated and disorderly. After numerous attempts to get the man to calm down and move on were unsuccessful he was arrested, charged with disorderly conduct and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

3300 block of Chillum Road (7-11): Threats – 11:25am. A store employee told officers that he had been threatened with harm by a former employee. The current employee’s supervisor was a witness to the incident and asked officers to file a report documenting the threats.

4400 block of 31st Street: Residential burglary – 7:30pm. Officers responded for the report of several juveniles inside a vacant house. When the officers arrived they forced entry into the house through the back door and arrested all four of the juveniles involved. Each was charged with 4th degree burglary and destruction of property and released to the custody of their respective parent/guardian pending Juvenile Court action.

3100 block of Arundel Road: 1st degree assault/contact shooting – 9:15pm. Officers responded for the report of a man suffering from a gunshot wound. When they arrived they found the man, who had been shot at least once. He was transported to Washington Adventist Hospital for treatment of his injuries, which are considered non- life threatening. PGPD detectives responded both to the scene of the shooting and to the hospital to interview the victim and take over the investigation.

May 13th:

4300 block of Russell Avenue: Vehicle impound – 8:30am. Officers impounded a 2001 VW Jetta for displaying registration plates that expired in 2011.

4500 block of 29th Street: Vandalism to auto – 9:45am. The reporting person told officers that she came out to her 2013 Dodge Avenger rental car this morning and discovered damage to the front passenger window. The vehicle was processed for evidence with negative results.

4000 block of 34th Street: Stolen vehicle (recovered) – 1:10pm. Officers responded for the report of a suspicious man pushing a motorcycle down the street. When they arrived they found the motorcycle/ scooter lying on its side. While conducting the investigation the bike’s owner called to report that it had just been stolen. The motorcycle was returned to the owner and a canvass for the suspect was negative.

4000 block of 37th Street: Residential burglary – 12:35pm. The resident told officers that he came home and discovered that someone had broken into his home through a basement window. He checked the house and found that numerous electronics items had been stolen. It appears that the suspect(s) gained entry through the basement window and left out the basement’s rear door with the victim’s property.

3300 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Lost/stolen tag – 3pm. Officers spoke with a woman who told them that she either lost her front tag or it had been stolen. She suspected that the loss/theft occurred near her residence in DC, however DC police refused to take a report since she discovered the tag missing while here in Mount Rainier. MRPD officers took the report so the tag could get entered into NCIC and to save her any more aggravation.

3300 block of Chillum Road (7-11): Shoplifting – 3:15pm. Store employees told officers that an unidentified individual entered the store and stole approximately $24 dollars worth of DVD’s.

3600 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Criminal citation – 4:45pm. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for drinking an alcoholic beverage in public.

4300 block of 28th Place: Vandalism to auto – 10:25pm. The owner of a 2012 Dodge Avenger told officers that she parked her vehicle for a short period of time and when she returned she noticed that the front passenger side window was broken. Nothing was stolen from on or inside the vehicle.

May 12th:

4500 block of Eastern Avenue: Emergency petition – 12:30am. Officers responded for the report of a suspicious person at the BP station. When they arrived they found the man in question and stopped him for a field interview. During the interview the man said that he had not taken his court-ordered medications and felt he was going to do something stupid. Officers also learned that he had been entered into NCIC as a missing person from a mental group home in New York City on May 7th. Officers took the man into custody and transported him to Washington Adventist Hospital for treatment and evaluation. Officers notified the group home’s duty supervisor that he had been found and where he had been taken. The supervisor said that he would contact the hospital to advise them of the medications the man was supposed to be taking; and would contact the courts in NY to arrange for his return to their jurisdiction.

3200 block of Varnum Street: Vandalism – 2:05am. The resident told officers that while he was sleeping someone broke his bedroom window and two other windows in his house. Neither the resident nor the officers learned what was used to break the windows; and no suspects were identified.

3400 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Traffic – 4:10am. Officers stopped a 1998 Toyota Corolla for a traffic violation. Further investigation revealed that the driver did not have a license. He was issued several traffic citations and released. His vehicle was impounded for safekeeping.

4400 block of 30th Street: Residential burglary – 1:10pm. A real estate agent showing the house walked in to discover two black males run out of the back door. The agent finished showing the house to her prospective buyer before notifying the police. Officers determined that the two suspects broke in through the rear door during the overnight hours and spent the night. The house was not processed due to the fact that the realtors cleaned up the glass and trash prior to the officers’ arrival.

Citizens are reminded to PLEASE call and report suspicious activity. Even if you choose not to provide your name or other personal information, we still need your help as extra eyes and ears in the community.

See or Hear Something?

Say Something!

We WANT to be bothered! Call 301-985-6565/6566.

Monday, May 13, 2013

When citizens see something and say something, good things happen!

Earlier this afternoon a citizen called in a complaint about a suspicious person pushing a small motorcycle down the street. Within a few moments officers were in the area and located the motorcycle, but unfortunately the suspicious person was nowhere to be found. About 45 minutes passed and while the officers were waiting for a tow truck for the bike the owner called Communications to report the bike stolen. I think he was pretty happy when we told him we had already recovered it!

The owner came by and picked up his bike and was able to thank the citizen whose initial call resulted in a happy ending.

The MRPD would also like to extend its thanks to our vigilant citizen - an excellent example of how citizens can help each other by being eyes and ears for the police.

Thanks also to Sergeant First Class Steve Malley for his report.

Police Report: May 5-11

The Mount Rainier Police Department’s weekly report is not intended to be a listing of every incident or call for service handled by the police department, but merely a general summary of incidents that may be of interest to the community. Some reports may be outside the date parameters due to extended investigations or other circumstances. Some cases are not included at all due to ongoing investigations.

May 11th:

3500 block of Shepherd Street: Trespassing/suspicious person – 7:45am. Officers responded for the report of a black male wearing a black jacket and gray jeans who was seen walking behind a neighbor’s house while putting on black gloves. When the officers arrived they found the juvenile walking in the 3600 block of Shepherd Street and stopped him for a field interview. During the interview he gave the officers conflicting information as to why he was trespassing on private property and they identified him as a person of interest in two other burglaries of vacant houses in the area. Witnesses told officers that he had been seen jumping the fence and entering another yard along Shepherd Street earlier. The juvenile was detained and released to his Grandmother pending further investigation. Officers did not find any evidence that the juvenile broke into either of the houses where he was seen trespassing.

3200 block of Chillum Road: Criminal citation – 3:50pm. Officers responded for the report of loud music coming from a first floor apartment. While speaking with the resident about the loud music the officers smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from inside the apartment. Further investigation revealed that a man was in possession of a small quantity of marijuana. He was issued a criminal citation for possession of less than 10 grams of the CDS.

29th and Shepherd Streets: Recovered stolen tag – 5:45pm. Officers responded for the report of a found license plate. When they arrived they spoke with the complainant who said that she heard a crash at about 2am this morning. At about 5pm this evening she saw that a stop sign had been damaged and found a license plate on the ground near the sign. Officers took possession of the tag after learning that it belonged on a Toyota that had been reported stolen from an address in Montgomery County on May 10th. Montgomery County police were notified of the tag’s recovery and Public Works was notified to repair the sign.

May 10th:

3400 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Criminal citation – 11:25am. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for drinking an alcoholic beverage in a public place. He was also issued a loitering warning notice barring him from the area for 30 days.

3400 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Vehicle impound – 5pm. Officers on patrol discovered a 1988 Ford Escort that was parked and displaying tags issued to another vehicle. The tags had expired back in December of 2012 and the vehicle was not otherwise registered in Maryland. The tags were seized for return to MVA and the vehicle was impounded.

3000 block of Queens Chapel Road: Stolen vehicle – 11:55pm. The owner of 1998 Jeep Cherokee told officers that sometime between 10pm and the time he called police someone stole his vehicle.

May 9th:

4200 block of 29th Street: Theft from auto – 8:20am. The owner of a 2009 Nissan Versa told officers that she parked and locked her vehicle at about 8:15pm on May 8th. When she returned to her vehicle this morning she discovered that someone had smashed out the front passenger window and stole a GPS unit from inside.

4000 block of 32nd Street: Theft from auto – 9:10am. The owner of a 1996 Lincoln Continental told officers that sometime between 3am this morning and the time he called police someone smashed out the front passenger window and stole a book bag from inside.

3500 block of Bunker Hill Road: Residential burglary (abandoned house) – 7:05pm. Officers responded for the report of a burglary in progress at an abandoned house. When the officers arrived they found the back door to the house forced open. A search of the interior revealed that no one was inside, however some graffiti and other damage was noted. Officers have gathered information that leads them to suspect that two juveniles are involved in the incident. The investigation is still ongoing.

May 8th:

3700 block of 37th Street: Theft from auto – 6am. The owner of a 2007 Toyota Rav4 told officers that sometime between 3pm on May 7th and the time she called police someone broke the vehicle’s right front passenger window to gain entry. Once inside those responsible stole a GPS unit. The vehicle was processed; however no viable prints were obtained due to the overnight rain.

29th Street and Arundel Road: Hit and run collision – 1pm. The owner of a 2004 Honda Accord told officers that he parked his vehicle at the location on May 7th at about 6:30pm. When he returned this afternoon he discovered damage to the front bumper and hood. Officers believe that the damage may have been caused by a truck with a trailer hitch ball mount.

4000 block of 37th Street: Missing juvenile located – 4:45pm. Officers stopped to interview two juveniles who are believed to be involved in several recent crimes. During the interviews the officers learned that one of them was listed as a missing person (runaway) and both were found in possession of suspected stolen property. The property was recovered and the missing juvenile was returned to his family. The investigation into the property is still ongoing.

May 7th:

34th and Otis Streets: Strong arm robbery – 2:55pm. The juvenile victim told officers that while he was waiting for a school bus he was accosted by another juvenile who demanded his cell phone and money. When the victim told the suspect that he didn’t have either the suspect forcibly went through the victim’s pockets and stole his ZTE-brand phone. During the robbery the suspect pushed the victim’s head against a wall causing him to sustain an abrasion and a bump on the left side of his head. The victim refused medical treatment and was taken to PGPD District I station where he was interviewed by detectives. The victim was able to name his assailant and detectives are in the process of obtaining an arrest warrant for him.

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: Theft – 5pm. Officers interviewed a store clerk who said that an individual known to him came into the store and stole several items having a total value of about $75 before fleeing in an unknown direction. Officers canvassed the area for the suspect and were able to locate him a short distance away. He was arrested, charged with misdemeanor theft and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

4000 block of 33rd Street: Criminal citation – 10pm. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for possession of an open container of an alcoholic beverage in a public place.

May 6th:

3400 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Theft – 1:50pm. A patron of the Mount Rainier Library told officers that she was using one of the computers when a Hispanic male juvenile ran into the library grabbed her cell phone and fled back out the front entrance in an unknown direction. A canvass of the area for the suspect proved negative.

3400 block of Bunker Hill Road: Strong arm robbery – 5:50pm. The victim told officers that he was accosted by two juveniles who physically stole his hat. Both juveniles have been identified and PGPD detectives are following up on the case. Charges are expected against both juveniles.

3400 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Loitering warning notice (x2) – 6:05pm. Officers issued a man and a woman loitering warning notices banning them from the area for a period of 30 days.

May 5th:

2700 block of Queens Chapel Road: Vehicle impound – 3am. Officers responded for the report of a motor vehicle collision. When they arrived they discovered a 2007 Acura TL that apparently lost control and struck a curb. The driver of the vehicle was nowhere to be found. The vehicle was impounded for safekeeping.

Citizens are reminded to PLEASE call and report suspicious activity. Even if you choose not to provide your name or other personal information, we still need your help as extra eyes and ears in the community.

See or Hear Something?

Say Something!

We WANT to be bothered! Call 301-985-6565/6566.

Monday, May 06, 2013

Police Report: April 28-May 4

The Mount Rainier Police Department’s weekly report is not intended to be a listing of every incident or call for service handled by the police department, but merely a general summary of incidents that may be of interest to the community. Some reports may be outside the date parameters due to extended investigations or other circumstances. Some cases are not included at all due to ongoing investigations.

May 4th:

3200 block of Queens Chapel Road: Warrant service – 3:05am. Officers we called to check on a group of suspicious individuals wearing masks inside a minivan. The officers learned that the masks were small party masks that they received at a club they had just left. The officers also learned that one of the individuals had an open arrest warrant through Prince George’s County for failing to appear in court on a theft charge. He was arrested on the warrant and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

4000 block of 37th Street: Trespassing – 4:20pm. Officers responded for the report of two individuals inside an abandoned house. When the officers arrived they did not locate the individuals but were told by witnesses that they saw two black males leave the house just prior to the officers’ arrival. The house is under construction and has been broken into several times. Officers were unable to contact the home owner.

4000 block of 36th Street: Residential burglary – 5:15pm. The homeowner told officers that sometime between 12 noon and 4:45pm someone tried to break into her home. She had been gone from home for a few hours and when she returned she discovered that someone had removed several screens from her windows in an attempt to find an open window. The suspects also tried unsuccessfully to force open the back door. The victim then checked a separate self-contained dwelling located in the back yard and discovered that someone had kicked open the front door and ransacked the interior. The victim did not discover anything missing while the officers were on the scene.

3300 block of Chillum Road: Theft – 7:25pm. A store employee told officers that a black male wearing a black shirt with black pants in his 20’s came into the store and stole four sandwiches. The subject fled the store on foot towards Queens Chapel and Chillum.

May 3rd:

4200 block of 28th Street: House fire – 9:20am. Officers responded for the report of an active house fire. Once the fire was extinguished fire/rescue personnel determined that it started in an upstairs closet. All occupants of the residents were safely evacuated and there were no injuries. The fire department found no evidence of arson or suspicious activity related to the fire.

3200 block of Varnum Street: Property damage – 10pm. At about 9pm officers responded for the report of a fight in progress. When the officers arrived no one present would admit that a fight had occurred or otherwise cooperate and provide information. At about 10pm officers were called back to the scene where the owner of a 2004 Chevy Trailblazer reported that his vehicle was damaged when a subject got slammed onto the hood during the fight that didn’t happen.

May 2nd:

4300 block of 30th Street: Theft – 11:40am. The victim told officers that back on April 18th she had a physical altercation with her niece. After the altercation the victim went down to North Carolina leaving several items of her personal property behind in her bedroom. When she returned today she discovered that her personal property had been stolen.

3300 block of 30th Street: Lost property – 12:30pm. Officers spoke with a gentleman who said that he lost one of his credit cards while using the ATM machine at the 7-11 on Chillum Road. Officers documented the loss for the man’s credit card company.

3300 block of Chillum Road: Theft – 10:40pm. A store clerk told officers that two black males came into the store and stole six cases of soda. No further description of the men was provided.

May 1st:

2700 block of Upshur Street: Theft from auto – 6:45pm. The owner of a 2011 Lexus told officers that sometime between 7am this morning and the time she called police someone stole the Maryland temporary license tag off her vehicle.

4000 block of 36th Street: Residential burglary – 9:15pm. Officers spoke with the homeowner who said that she left her residence at about 8:45pm and when she returned about a half hour later she discovered that someone had broken in through the back door. Once inside the thieves went through the home and stole several personal electronics items before fleeing the area in an unknown direction.

April 30th:

3300 block of Buchanan Street: Vehicle impound – 8:15am. Officers patrolling with a mobile license plate reader were alerted to a 1992 Toyota that had an MSP pick-up order for the tags. The tags had been suspended for a compulsory insurance violation. The tags were seized for return to MVA and the vehicle was impounded.

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: Trespassing – 2:30pm. Officers responded for the report of a trespasser inside the Family Dollar store. When the officers arrived they learned that a 17-year-old juvenile entered the store and removed a flyer that had been posted to identify him to employees as a shoplifter and barred from the store. The manger told the subject to leave whereupon he slammed the door shut in the mangers face, striking her hand in the process. The juvenile threatened the manager that he would come back and shoot the store up if his picture was put back up. Officers are in the process of filing criminal charges against the juvenile. His picture was put back up.

3300 block of Otis Street: Residential burglary – 4:30pm. The resident told officers that she left her residence at about 8:30am this morning. When she returned home at about 12:10pm she noticed that a window air conditioner was lying on a bed in one of the bedrooms. She also discovered that several items of jewelry and an iPad had been stolen.

April 29th:

2500 block of Queens Chapel Road: Vehicle impound – 1:30pm. Officers impounded a 2002 Buick Park Avenue for displaying tags that expired in September of 2012.

2300 block of Varnum Street (7-11): Theft – 2:45pm. Officers responded for the report of a 911 hang-up that turned out to be a shoplifting that had just occurred. A store employee told the officers that two black males came into the store. The two split up with one engaging the employee in conversation to distract him while the second placed numerous items in his pockets. Once the store employee figured out what was going on, both subjects fled the store in an unknown direction. 

3400 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Strong arm robbery – 10:30pm. Officers were patrolling the area of 35th and Perry Streets when they were flagged down by a citizen who said that she had just been robbed. She said that she was in the 3400 block of Rhode Island Ave waiting for the bus when a man approached her from behind and physically took her phone out of her hand. When she turned around to see who took her phone a second subject approached from the front and took her purse from her. Both of the suspects then fled on foot down the 3700 block of 35th Street towards Otis Street and then unknown. The victim described both of her assailants as dark skin black males in their 20’s wearing gray sweatshirts.

April 28th:

3500 block of Bunker Hill Road: Traffic/CDS/hit and run collision – 1am. Officers stopped a 2002 Dodge Durango for a traffic violation. As the officers approached the vehicle to speak with the driver the vehicle suddenly accelerated and fled the scene. The officers pursued the vehicle but lost sight of it at Shepherd Street near Cedar Lane Alley. The vehicle was located a short time later at 34th Street and Windom Road where it was again stopped. The driver and passenger both refused to obey the officers’ commands to get out of the vehicle and had to be forcibly removed. The passenger became violent and officers were forced to deploy an electronic control device to get her under control and under arrest. Further investigation revealed that both individuals we in possession of CDS and CDS paraphernalia. The officers also discovered that the driver had struck a parked vehicle in the 4100 block of 34th Street as she was fleeing from the officers’ original traffic stop.  Both subjects were issued criminal citations for CDS possession and possession of CDS paraphernalia. The driver was issued five State traffic citations and her vehicle was impounded.

4100 block of 32nd Street: Residential burglary – 9:45am. The owner of the residence told officers that he and his wife returned from out of town business to discover that their X-Box had been stolen. During their investigation the officers spoke with a relative who is a downstairs border and learned that between 10:45am and 11am on April 25th she heard someone walking around upstairs. Thinking it was her relatives she did not immediately investigate. When she went upstairs at about Noon she discovered that someone had broken into the home through the back door.

4600 block of 30th Street: Miscellaneous incident (MIR) – 5:15pm. Officers responded for the report of an unresponsive male lying in the street. The officers located the man who was obviously in medical distress. Fire/rescue personnel responded and transported the man to Washington Adventist Hospital for treatment. Officer learned from witnesses that the man lived in the Queens Manor Apartments. They were able to contact the man’s father to advise him of his son’s condition and where he was taken for treatment. The man’s condition was not considered life threatening.

4600 block of 30th Street: Assault on a police officer – 8:40pm. Officers responded for the report of a woman needing assistance. When the officers arrived they recognized the woman from numerous previous encounters. She was attempting to get her brother and another man home, both of whom had obviously had too much to drink. Officers also recognized these two from previous encounters. As the officers were trying to get the two men under control one of them became verbally abusive and combative. He assaulted the officer and a brief struggle ensued. Officers were forced to deploy an electronic control device to try and get him under control and under arrest. The ECD deployment had no effect on the man who fled the scene towards Eastern Avenue and made good his escape. Officers obtained an arrest warrant for the man charging him with assaulting an officer and other crimes.

Citizens are reminded to PLEASE call and report suspicious activity. Even if you choose not to provide your name or other personal information, we still need your help as extra eyes and ears in the community.

See or Hear Something?

Say Something!

We WANT to be bothered! Call 301-985-6565/6566.