Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Monday, July 10, 2017

0552 hours Vandalism to auto 8600 block Powhatan Street caller reported he parked his vehicle at approximately 2130 hours on 07/09/17. Upon his return he observed his vehicles tires slash. He was provided with case numbers and advised to contact his insurance company. REPORT WRITTEN. 

0730 hours Accident Annapolis road & 85th Avenue (intersection) unit-1 failed to stop at a red circular signal and struck unit-2. Driver of unit-2 was transported to the hospital. The driver of unit-1 was ok and refused medical services. Both vehicles were disabled and impounded by Charlie's towing. REPORT WRITTEN

0845 hours fight 8400 block Annapolis road students were involved in a fight. Both suspects were gone prior officer’s arrival, no one wanted to come forward as a witness and the caller wished to remain anonymous.  All clear.    

0900 hours burglary in progress, 8300 block Verona Drive, caller reported while inside her home she heard an loud (boom) noise from the basement. When she went to investigate, she observed the suspect’s feet. Caller stated she was in fear for her life and fled through the front door. The caller stated she did not have a complete description and was unsure if the suspect was still inside or not. PG K-9 was requested and responded on scene to conduct a search with negative results. Sgt. Robinson was notified of this incident. REPORT WRITTEN

0942 hours found property 5500 block Karen Elaine The caller reported she left her phone in an Uber, she tracked her phone utilizing find my IPhone application and found her phone in the vehicle back seat.  The driver was located, and the caller retrieved her phone. All clear no report. 

1012 hours Warrant service 6016 Princess Garden parkway citizen came into the station and  stated she's wanted through Prince George's County  for failure to appear. The warrant was checked negative through Dispatch. She was advised. All clear. no report. 

1115 hours Suspicious unoccupied vehicle 5500 block Karen Elaine Drive, an unknown caller reported a red scooter park on the side  by the front exterior door. The scooter was check for stolen, which yielded negative results. All clear 

1200 hours Station Call/parking complaint 8300 block Quentin Street, Parking enforcement requested officers assistance to conducted an registration check on a green Honda Accord bearing West Virginia Registration. Vehicle returned back as stolen through PG County.  PG WAVE UNIT advised they wanted NCPD units to clear to conduct surveillance on the vehicle. Auto theft will assumed all investigations responsibilities. 


1347 hours Disorderly 8400 block Annapolis road (Fight) between student and instructor. No fight occurred, just a disagreement, both parties were ok and refused medical attention and further police services. All clear 

1411 hours breaking and entering 5800 block Nystrom street, unknown suspect entered through an unsecured sun-room door and then through a window, which allowed entry to the victims residence. The unknown suspect stole jewelry, money and credit cards, then fled in an unknown direction making good of his escape. Det. Robinson was notified and responded on scene. REPORT WRITTEN

1430 hours Disorderly 8400 block Annapolis Road store manager reported several juveniles Loitering and panhandling in front of the store. They were gone prior to officer’s arrival. Canvass of the area yielded negative results. All clear.

1550 hours Disorderly 8500 block Annapolis road. A dispute between customer and taxi cab driver. Officers were canceled while in route, Dispatch advised the matter was settle all clear no report. 

1620 hours Disorderly 7500 block Riverdale road. A dispute between an lift driver and customer. Officers were canceled while in route. Dispatch advised the matter was settled, all clear no report. 

1733 hours Accident Annapolis Road and Veterans Parkway. Two vehicle collision, just property damages with no injuries. All parties refused medical attention, information was exchanged. All clear no report. 

1840 hours 8200 block Sprague Pl/ Parking Complaint, vehicle parked on the roadway.  Another agency is looking into it.

1850 hours Business Check/ 7-11, check clear.

1910 hours Business Check/ Plaza 30, check clear.

1930 hours Residential Check/ 8500 Block of Madison St, 5900 Block of 87th Ave, 8500 Block of Legation St., and Beckett Field, complaint of possible drug activity, suspicious vehicles in the area, illegal dumping, and vandalism to the street lights.  Officers checked the area with no signs of the listed.

1945 hours Residential check/ 5300-5400 Block of 85th Ave, Citizens complaint of Suspicious Persons loitering in front of buildings and around the vehicles, check clear.

1952 hours 8000 Block of Carrollton Pkwy/ Suspicious Person, Officers assisted Prince George's County Detectives with the apprehension of a wanted subject.  There were two other males with him and Detective Sgt. Robinson went to District 1 Detective Bureau to speak to the wanted subject about burglaries that occurred in the City of New Carrollton.  NCPD 3 was notified of the apprehension. REPORT WRITTEN

2045 hours School check/ Charles Carroll Middle School, check clear.

2133 hours 5500 block Karen Elaine Dr. / Panic Alarm, Officers arrived on scene and checked the area, however there is no such apartment numbered 1.  Officers checked all apartments with a number 1 in it with nothing found.  

2150 hours 6000 Block of Mentana St and the Pathway between Vera Cope Park and Powhatan St, Officers conducted a foot patrol in the area.  Citizens have been complaining about suspicious behavior, possible sale of drugs, gambling, and loitering of unknown persons, check clear.

2210 hours School check/ Carrollton Elementary School, check clear.

2250 hours Business check/ Shoppers (Foot Patrol), check clear.

2315 hours Residential check/ 5300-5400 Block of 85th Ave, Citizens complaint of Suspicious Persons loitering in front of buildings and around the vehicles, check clear.

2340 hours Residential Check/ 8500 Block of Madison St, 5900 Block of 87th Ave, 8500 Block of Legation St., and Beckett Field, complaint of possible drug activity, suspicious vehicles in the area, illegal dumping, and vandalism to the street lights.  Officers checked the area with no signs of the listed.

0005 hours Residential check/ Heritage Square Apartments, check clear.

0027 hours Westbrook Dr. and Nicholson St/ Traffic stop, stop cleared without incident.

0050 hours 7800 block Riverdale Rd/Unknown trouble, caller stated they could hear a woman screaming.  Officers arrived to find two males and a female by the park.  They were identified found to live in the area and sent on their way, they stated they did not realize how loud they were and were apologetic.

0114 hours 5900 block Lamont Dr. / Family Dispute, Officers arrived on scene to speak with the caller who stated his intoxicated son was being loud and disrupting his family who have to get up for work.  Officers advised the caller we could not just throw him out of the residence that he needs to seek the assistance of the Landlord/Tenant Court.  Both parties agreed to separate for the night and not bother each other.

0130 hours Residential check/ 8300 block Oliver St, caller asked for checks due to problems with a former male friend, area checked clear.

0145 hours Business check/ Plaza 30, check clear.

0205 hours Residential check/ 5300-5400 Block of 85th Ave, Citizens complaint of Suspicious Persons loitering in front of buildings and around the vehicles, check clear.

0240 hours 5900 block Westbrook Terrace/ Domestic Disturbance, Officers were called to the area for a man and a woman yelling at each other.  Both parties called 911 but the male remained on scene with all of the children.  With the Assistance of Prince George's County Officers, they began to speak to the female half located down the road.  As Officers were speaking to her she sped off in her vehicle back to our location.  After speaking with both parties, both showed injuries consistent with a domestic assault.   Both parties were arrested and the children were turned over to a family member (Father of the female Suspect.)  A follow up will be conducted through Child Protective Services.  NCP3 was notified due to the children because the family member kept changing his mind whether he was going to get them or not.  REPORTS WRITTEN

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