Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Questions and Answers About the Ebola Virus

This information was prepared by Joshua M. Sharfstein, M.D., Secretary, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and distributed to all Maryland State employees:

 

The recent news reports on the Ebola virus naturally raise concerns for everyone. This message provides some basic information about this infection, the recent outbreak in Africa, and steps we have taken to protect Marylanders.

 

The Ebola Virus is a virus that has caused small outbreaks in Africa for a number of years.  It is spread through direct contact with bodily fluids or secretions of someone who is ill.  It is not spread by someone who is not sick.  It is not spread through the air.  After exposure, it can take up to 21 days to develop symptoms.  Supportive treatment can help individuals recover.   Unfortunately, there is no vaccine or specific treatment, and even with supportive care, Ebola can be fatal.

 

This year, a large outbreak of Ebola has affected the West African nations of Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone.  Many nations, including the United States, are sending people and supplies to fight this outbreak.  Our hearts and prayers go out to those who are affected.  So far, one person who contracted Ebola from this outbreak has come to the United States.  He subsequently died, and, as of today, two of the health care providers who cared for him have contracted the infection. One of these was transported to the NIH clinical center.

 

A number of actions protect Marylanders from Ebola:

 

·         First, there are restrictions on travel for individuals in affected nations who are ill. 

·         Second, there are efforts to screen certain passengers upon arrival in the United States.

·         Third, our health care system can identify potential cases, isolate the individuals, and perform testing. 

·         Fourth, if there is a case in Maryland, hospitals can isolate the ill person and provide supportive care that may be lifesaving.  We will provide extra support to hospitals to protect the safety of our health care workers.

·         Fifth, our public health system can track down contacts of cases and prevent further spread.

·         Sixth, we are monitoring emergency departments  and working closely with hospitals and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

 

Because of these steps -- while it is possible that additional cases might appear in the United States, including Maryland -- it is very unlikely that there will be a significant outbreak here.   Strict adherence to infection control practices prevents the spread of the virus in healthcare settings.  The Health Department will work closely with leaders in infection control and CDC to support health care workers.

 

Misunderstanding about Ebola can lead to confusion and unnecessary fear.  If there are questions about Ebola, please direct the questions to experts at the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Please also consult the DHMH page on Ebola, http://dhmh.maryland.gov/ebola.

 

The CDC has posted Frequently Asked Questions about Ebola at http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/outbreaks/2014-west-africa/qa.html.  We also strongly encourage people to get vaccinated against the flu. Vaccination locations can be found on the DHMH website at http://t.co/0d5AVjAqcr.

 

Monday, October 20, 2014

Police Report: October 12-18

October 18th:

2400 block of Arundel Road: Vehicle impound – 8:40am. Officers impounded a 2002 Suzuki after an ALPR alert indicated that the vehicle’s registration was suspended and there was a pick up order for the tags.

3200 block of Chillum Road: Vehicle impound – 2:40pm. Officers impounded a 1995 Toyota after an ALPR alert indicated that the vehicle’s registration was suspended and there was a pick up order for the tags.

3400 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Disorderly conduct – 11:05pm. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for disorderly conduct.

October 17th:

4700 block of 27th Street: Traffic – 11am. Officers stopped a 2007 Honda Civic for a traffic violation. Further investigation revealed that the vehicle’s registration was suspended as was the driver’s license. The tags were removed for return to MVA, the vehicle was impounded and the driver was issued the necessary traffic citations.

4100 block of Russell Avenue: Natural death – 12:10pm. Officers responded with fire/rescue personnel to a report of a 76 year old female who was in medical distress. Fire/rescue personnel treated the woman but she could not be resuscitated and was pronounced deceased. No foul play is evident or suspected and the State Medical Examiner responded to conduct the necessary investigation.

35th Street and Bunker Hill Road: Hit and run collision – 7pm. The owner of a 2004 BMW motorcycle reported that on October 10th a vehicle backed into his motorcycle knocking it over. The owner’s wife observed the incident and advised that the striking vehicle was a white sedan.

4600 block of 27th Street: Stolen vehicle (supplement) – 11pm. Officers were notified by communications personnel that the2004 Honda Odyssey that was reported stolen on October 16th was repossessed, not stolen.

October 16th:

3200 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Traffic – 12:30am. Officers stopped a 2014 BMW X5 after observing the driver talking on a handheld cell phone. Further investigation revealed that the driver did not have a license and was under the influence of alcohol. He failed the standard field sobriety testing and was arrested. He was charged with DUI and several other traffic violations; and he was issued a criminal citation for having an open container of alcohol in a vehicle.

4300 block of 28th Place: EPS – 5am. Officers responded for the report of a domestic dispute. When they arrived they learned that the victim had been assaulted by another female who was under the influence of alcohol and pain medication. Fire/rescue personnel responded and transported the woman to Washington Adventist Hospital and released her to medical personnel for emergency treatment. The victim was advised of her options with the District Court Commissioner.

4600 block of 27th Street: Stolen vehicle – 8:15am. The owner of a 2004 Honda Odyssey told officers that sometime between 10:45pm last night and the time she called police someone stole her van. No evidence/witnesses were identified.

3300 block of Buchanan Street: Theft from auto – 4:40pm. The owner of a 2001 Toyota Solara told officers that sometime between 1pm this afternoon and the time she called police someone stole the front license plate off her vehicle.

October 15th:

3800 block of 33rd Street: Sound of shots – 6:40pm. Officers responded for the sound of three shots fired. When they arrived witnesses pointed out the house from where the sound of shots came. The officers searched the area and located a man the roof. Further investigation revealed that the man lived there and that the sound witnesses heard was his banging metal pipes at a raccoon that had eaten through his roof.

October 14th:

4200 block of Russell Avenue: Vehicle impound – 9:30am. Officers impounded a 2002 Jeep Cherokee for displaying expired registration plates.

2700 block of Allison Street: Vandalism to auto – 10:30am. The owner of a 2014 Honda Civic told officers that he came out to his vehicle this morning and discovered some small scratches on the front corner of the bumper of his vehicle. Officers could not determine if the scratches were from a vehicle or fixed object and there was no paint transfer.

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: Traffic – 12:15pm. Officers patrolling with an automatic license plate reader received an alert that the registration on a 1996 Honda Accord was suspended with a pick up order for the tags. Officers stopped the vehicle, issued the driver the appropriate citation, seized the tags for return to MVA and impounded the vehicle.

3000 block of Upshur Street: Attempted fraud – 1:25pm. The reporting person told officers that a man contacted him on the phone, claimed to be with the Federal Department of Education and offered to give him a grant for $8,200. The man asked that the reporting person purchase a $220 prepaid credit card, call him back with the information and then he could processes the check. The reporting person recognizing the scam hung up and called police.

3700 block of 37th Street: Found property – 4:30pm. A woman cleaning out her deceased father’s belongings discovered a very old CS gas canister. Fire/rescue personnel responded and took possession of the canister for destruction.

3100 block of Varnum Street: EPS – 6:20pm. Officers responded for the report of a man who was depressed and possibly suicidal. After interviewing the man and his family members officers determined that he was in need of a psychiatric evaluation. He was voluntarily taken to a local hospital and released to medical personnel.

October 13th:

2700 block of Webster Street: Warrant service – 9:30am. Officers patrolling with an ALPR were alerted to a 2005 Nissan Altima. The alert indicated that the vehicle’s owner had an open arrest warrant for failing to appear in court. The owner was located, arrested on the warrant and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

4100 block of Russell Avenue: Lost property – 11am. A woman called to report that she had lost her wallet. She said she inadvertently left it on the roof of her car when she went into her residence. When she went back to retrieve her wallet it was nowhere to be found.

4300 block of 28th Place: Vehicle impound – 12:15pm. Officers patrolling with an ALPR received an alert on a 2005 Chevy Avalanche that had a suspended registration and a pick up order on the tags. The tags were seized for return to MVA and the vehicle was impounded.

3300 block of Buchanan Street: Recovered stolen auto – 5:25pm. Officers received a call that a stolen Dodge Caravan may have been seen by the family member of the victim in the area of Buchanan Street and Chillum Rd. Officers canvassed the area and located the vehicle which had been reported stolen from an address in Bladensburg at about 10pm on October 12th. The victim sent a representative to the scene to take possession of vehicle.

3500 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Criminal citation – 10:40pm. Officers out on a traffic stop were approached by a man who said that the vehicle they had stopped was his and he wanted to know what was going on. Officers told the man to return to his vehicle and they would come and speak with him about the stop. The man became very irate, verbally combative and refused to obey the officer’s commands to return to his vehicle. When additional officers arrived on the scene the man calmed down. He was later issued a criminal summons for failing to obey a lawful order and released. The driver of the stopped vehicle was found to be in possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana. He was issued a civil citation for the violation and released.

October 12th:

3800 block of 34th Street: Disorderly conduct – 12:15am. Officers stopped to investigate a vehicle that was parked outside the Alife Market. The vehicle was running, unoccupied and parked in front of a stop sign. As the officers tried to enter the store to locate the driver an intoxicated man blocked the door, became loud and disorderly and shouted obscenities at the officers. When the officers asked him to move he became even louder and more obnoxious with his comments.  The driver of the vehicle returned and the parking ordinance was explained to her. The disorderly man continued to refuse to calm down and leave the area. When the officers moved to arrest him he jumped onto a bicycle and fled the area. Officers pursued the man and he eventually lost control of his bike and collided into a police cruiser.  He tried to flee on foot but was quickly apprehended. He was transported to Washington Adventist Hospital for a checkup and when he was released from the hospital he was transported to DOC in Hyattsville where he was charged and released to their custody.

2300 block of Varnum Street: Citizen robbery – 1:55am. The victim told officers that as he was walking home he was approached by a black male who struck him and stole his jacket and two cell phones. As officers were questioning him about the details of the robbery he became increasingly irate and uncooperative. He stated that he was not going to speak further with the MRPD officers or robbery detectives from PGPD. He told the officers that he no longer needed assistance and walked off towards Eastern Avenue.

2300 block of Varnum Street: Warrant service – 2:30am. Officers stopped a man known to them to have an open arrest warrant for failing to appear in court. The warrant was confirmed and he was arrested and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

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.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Police Report: October 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.

October 11th:

34th Street and Bunker Hill Road: Criminal citation – 5:55am. Officers stopped a 2003 Honda minivan for running a stop sign. Further investigation revealed that the driver had an open container of an alcoholic beverage inside the vehicle and within his reach. He was issued a traffic citation for the stop sign violation and a criminal citation for the alcohol violation.

3800 block of 34th Street: Attempted theft/2nd degree assault – 6:30pm. The store clerk told officers that two males came into the store and attempted to steal 10 boxes of candy. The clerk told them to return the candy and leave the store whereupon one of the males brandished a knife and threatened to kill the clerk. The clerk informed them that he was calling the police and they dropped the candy and fled the store. The investigation will continue when officers get access to the store’s video surveillance recording.

October 10th:

One Municipal Place: EPS – 6:35pm. Officers on patrol encountered a man obviously under the influence of PCP. At the officers’ direction fire/rescue personnel responded and transported him to Washington Adventist Hospital where he was released to hospital staff for treatment. 

4600 block of 30th Street: CDS paraphernalia – 10pm. Officers charged a 14 year old juvenile with possession of CDS paraphernalia. He was released to his stepfather pending Juvenile Court action.

3400 block of Eastern Avenue: Theft – 10pm. The victim told officers that sometime between 12:45 this afternoon and the time he called police someone stole two barrel cooking grills, a metal trash bin and several metal tent rods from his back yard. No suspects/witnesses could be identified.

October 9th:

31st and Perry Streets: Theft – 7:25pm. The reporting person told officers that on September 24th at about 6:45pm unknown suspects removed a plastic street barrier, loaded it into the back of a U-Haul truck and fled. The reporting person was unable to provide any suspect information. The incident was documented and under investigation.

4000 block of 35th Street: Domestic – 9:35pm. The reporting person told officers that she had a protective order against her ex-husband and that he has been sending her threatening emails in violation of the order. Officer’s assisted the reporting person in relocating to the court commissioner’s office where she filled for and received a warrant for his arrest.

October 8th:

4600 block of 29th Street: CDS possession – 2am. Officers issued a man a civil citation for possession of less than 10g of marijuana.

2900 block of Allison Street: Vehicle impound – 9am. Officers impounded a 2008 Nissan Altima that was not displaying tags and had a host of other registration issues.

3300 block of Otis Street: Theft from auto – 11:35am. The owner of a 2010 Toyota Corolla told officers that sometime between 10pm on the 7th and the time she called police someone smashed out the front passenger window of her vehicle and stole her wallet. Nothing else was taken from the vehicle.

4000 block of 34th Street: Traffic – 7:05pm. Officers stopped a 2001 VW Golf for a traffic violation. Further investigation revealed that the driver did not have a license. He was issued multiple traffic citations and the vehicle was impounded.

3800 block of 34th Street: Criminal citation – 11:15pm. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for disorderly conduct.

October 7th:

2700 block of Webster Street: Property damage – 5:25am. The resident told officers that a former girlfriend called and asked to be let into his apartment. When he refused she came by and damaged the front entry door and door frame. She also broke the passenger side rear view mirror and scratched the driver’s door of his vehicle.

4200 block of 28th Street: Stolen vehicle – 2:25pm. The owner of a 2009 Kawasaki motorcycle told officers that sometime between 2am this morning and the time he called police someone stole his bike. He said that he secured the motorcycle with a front wheel lock when he parked it in front of his apartment building. No evidence/witnesses could be identified.

4300 block of Kaywood Drive: Theft from auto – 6pm. The owner of a 2002 Ford Expedition told officers that on October 3rd her daughter returned her vehicle to her. She later discovered several items of her personal property missing from inside the vehicle.

4300 block of 28th Place: Property damage – 7:40pm. The owner of a 2012 Nissan Altima told officers that he parked his vehicle in a space next to a burgundy sedan with 2 to 3 male subjects standing around it. As he walked to his building he heard a scraping sound and saw the sedan speeding off towards Arundel Road. He checked his vehicle and found the front bumper had been damaged. The owner could not provide additional details about the sedan or its driver/occupants.

3800 block of 35th Street: Criminal citation – 9:25pm. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for disorderly conduct.

October 6th:

3800 block of 35th Street: Traffic – 1:05am. Officers stopped a 2002 Nissan Quest for a traffic violation. Further investigation revealed that the driver did not have a driver’s license. He was issued several traffic citations and released. His vehicle was impounded for safekeeping.

4300 block of 28th Place: Lost property – 4:30pm. The reporting person told officers that she last her cell phone on October 4th while getting out of her car. She was unsuccessful in trying to locate her phone using the Find My Phone app.

4300 block of Kaywood Drive: Criminal citation – 10:25pm. A woman called to report that there was a man at her front door masturbating. When officers responded they located and arrested him. He was transported to DOC in Hyattsville, processed, charged with indecent conduct by criminal citation and released.

October 5th:

3200 block of Chillum Road: Theft from auto – 2pm. The owner of a 1995 Honda Accord told officers that sometime between midnight last night and the time he called police someone threw a piece of concrete through the driver’s door window and stole an iPad and a stereo face plate from inside.

2800 block of Upshur Street: Vandalism – 7:50pm. The homeowners told officers that their tenant just moved out of the house. The owners discovered damage to the house that they need to have documented. They also wanted to know their options for pursing charges against the tenants. Offices assisted and documented the incident.

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, October 06, 2014

Police Report: September 28 to October 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.

October 4th:

4000 block of 32nd Street: Stolen vehicle/recovered – 7:40am. The owner of a 2014 Chevy Tahoe told officers that sometime between 3pm on the 3rd and 7am this morning someone stole his vehicle. The vehicle was equipped with OnStar and was located just across the DC line on Shepherd Street, NE. The vehicle was missing all four tires and wheels and had ignition damage. The vehicle was recovered by DC police and the owner was notified.

4300 block of Russell Avenue: Theft from auto – 8:45am. The owner of a 2001 Hyundai Elantra told officers that sometime between 9pm on the 3rd and the time he called police someone broke into his vehicle and stole the in-dash stereo and a flash drive.

October 3rd:

3400 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Criminal citation – 9:10am. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for drinking in public.

3100 block of Windom Road: Burglary – 9:15am. Officers responded for the report of a burglary in progress. When the officers arrived they met the resident outside who showed them that forced entry had been made into the home. Officers searched the residence and found a member of the victim’s family hiding in a closet. He was arrested, charged with burglary and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

2200 block of Varnum Street (7-11): Theft – 9:40am. A store employee told officers that a group of four females came into the store and stole hygiene products and a pregnancy test kit. The clerk said that the four women were entering a vehicle across the street. The officers were able to locate the vehicle and apprehend the suspects. Further investigation revealed that one of the suspects utilized the pregnancy test in the parking lot of the gas station across the street. All of the merchandise was recovered and returned to the store with the exception of the used test. All four women were charged with theft.

4500 block of 34th Street: Traffic – 2:30pm. Officers were patrolling the area around Thomas Stone Elementary School when they observed a 1999 Dodge Caravan exit an elementary school with the driver and multiple small children not restrained in a seat belt. Officers stopped the vehicle and discovered that the driver did not have a driver’s license and that none of the children were restrained. The driver was issued multiple traffic citations and the vehicle was impounded.

2400 block of Chillum Road: Traffic – 6pm. Officers patrolling with an ALPR were alerted to a 2014 Chevy Traverse with suspended registration with a pick up order on the tags. Upon officers stopped the vehicle and learned that the driver was driving on a suspended license. The tags were seized for return to MVA, the vehicle was impounded and the driver was issued several traffic citations.

October 2nd:

Russell Avenue and 28th Place: Theft from auto – 6:30am. The owner of a 2001 Toyota Camry told officers that sometime between midnight and the time he called police someone broke the vehicle’s passenger side window and stole several items of his personal property. No evidence/witnesses were identified.

4200 block of Kaywood Place: Vandalism – 10:30pm. The resident told officers that he was inside his apartment and heard the sound of glass breaking. He discovered that someone had broken out a window in the back of the apartment. Officers located a steering wheel locking device that was likely used to break the window. The victim said that he had family members who might have caused the damage but could not specify anyone in particular.

October 1st:

3800 block of 33rd Street: Vandalism to auto – 9:05am. The owner of a 1998 Honda Passport told officers that sometime between 9:30pm on the 30th and the time she called police someone broke out the back window of her vehicle. No witnesses/evidence was recovered.

3300 block of Otis Street: 4th degree sex offense – 3pm. The mother of a 13 year old girl told officers that a renter in her house inappropriately touched her daughter. Charges against the man are pending.

3300 block of Buchanan Street: Vehicle impound – 6:30pm. Officers impounded a 1996 Honda Accord found parked with the trunk open, keys in the trunk lock and ignition damage. The owner has an address in Hyattsville but was unable to be contacted. The vehicle was impounded for safekeeping pending further information from the owner.

September 30th:

2200 block of Varnum Street: Traffic – 1:30pm. Officers stopped a 2008 Honda Civic that was displaying tags that expired in May of this year. The driver said he knew the tags were expired and that the vehicle was uninsured. The driver was issued several traffic citations and the vehicle was impounded.

2300 block of Varnum Street: 2nd degree assault – 5:10pm. The store clerk told officers that a juvenile male came into the store, took several bags of chips and a brownie and left the store without paying for them. The clerk followed the juvenile out of the store and requested that he pay for the merchandise. The juvenile responded by coming back in the store and taking additional food items. The clerk stood near the exit door and the juvenile punched the clerk in the face five times and fled on foot. The clerk said he recognized the juvenile because he lives in the area and frequents the store. 

4200 block of 28th Street: Burglary – 8:50pm. The resident told officers that he left home at about 6am this morning. When he returned he discovered that someone had broken into his house by breaking out a bedroom window. Once inside the thieves stole two TVs before fleeing.

30th and Allison Streets: Citizen Robbery – 9:20pm. The victim told officers that he had just got off the metro bus in the 3100 block of Queens Chapel Road and saw three 18-20 year old males wearing all black and ski masks approach him from behind. One of the suspects tried speaking to him and called him by name but he felt like he was about to be robbed and didn’t respond and kept walking. When he got to the 2700 block of Queens Chapel Road the three suspects were waiting for him. One of them produced a handgun and demanded the victim’s property. The victim surrendered his phone, book bag, credit card and ID. The three suspects then fled the area on foot towards DC. PGPD robbery detectives responded to the scene to interview the victim and begin a follow up investigation. MRPD officers along with the detectives canvassed the area for the suspects with negative results.

September 29th:

4100 block of 34th Street: Traffic/CDS possession – 12:55am. Officers stopped a 2002 Toyota for several traffic violations. Further investigation revealed that the driver was under the influence of prescription pain killers and alcohol. Further investigation revealed that a passenger in the vehicle was in possession of cocaine and CDS paraphernalia. The driver was issued several traffic citations and released. The passenger was arrested, charged with CDS possession and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville. The vehicle was impounded for safekeeping.

3200 block of Buchanan Street: Vehicle impound – 10:45am. Officers impounded a 1995 Nissan maxima for displaying expired tags that belonged on another vehicle.

4600 block of 29th Street: Criminal citation – 2:15pm. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for possession of synthetic marijuana.

Buchanan Street and Queenstown Drive: Warrant service – 3:15pm. Officers stopped a suspicious individual for a field interview. Further investigation revesaled that he had two open arrest warrants through Prince Georges County for failing to appear in court on a theft and marijuana charges. He was arrested on the warrants and delivered to the custody of DOC in Hyattsville.

4200 block of Rainier Avenue: Burglary – 5:45pm. The resident returned home and discovered the rear door open and several boxes on the floor and realized her home had been burglarized. She further discovered that a TV and several items of her personal property had been stolen. Officers discovered that the victim had left multiple windows unsecured but none were obvious points of entry. The scene was processed for evidence with negative results. PGPD Detectives were contacted and received a copy of the report.

3200 block of Queenstown Drive: Criminal citation – 7:20pm. Officers issued a man a criminal citation for destruction of property. Officers determined that the subject had broken a window to an abandoned apartment.

4100 block of 31st Street: Vandalism to auto – 9pm. The owner of a 1997 Chevy Blazer told officers that sometime between 2pm and 8pm someone egged his vehicle. The victim believes that another tenant in the house is the one responsible in response to a verbal argument earlier in the day.

September 28th:

3200 block of Queenstown Drive: Stolen vehicle – 10:25am. The owner of a 2000 Dodge van told officers that sometime between 9:45 on the 27th and the time he called police someone stole his van. An initial canvass of the area failed to identify evidence or witnesses. About an hour later officers on patrol saw the van being driven in the 3600 block of Rhode Island Avenue and attempted to stop it. The van accelerated and fled into DC and the driver abandoned it in an alley and fled on foot. DC officers canvassed the area for the suspect with negative results. The vehicle was impounded and the owner was notified of the recovery.

3100 block of Varnum Street: Animal bite – 11:40am. The victim told officers that she was bitten by a stray cat as she tried to pet it. She was able to catch and detain the animal until PG Animal Control officers came and took custody of it. The victim was treated and released at Washington Adventist Hospital.

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.