Weekly Summary: 4th District, 01/02/07 to 01/10/07
Weekly Summary: 4th District, 01/02/07 to 01/10/07
MONTGOMERY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
CRIME ANALYSIS SECTION
Note that additional incidents may have occurred and the reports not yet received. See the posted printout for specific details of each incident, to include MO summaries and any available suspect description(s).
· Four street robberies were reported in L2, each involved multiple B/M suspects and three with victims’ pockets searched.
· On Tuesday 1/2 at 2018 hours a Chinese food deliverer responded to a bogus food order on Rossiter Court. Three B/M’s 18-20 years, all 5’11”-6’ tall, came from the side of the house, with suspect #1 armed with a “long” gun, and wearing a white full-face mask. The suspects ordered the victim to “drop everything”, and racked the weapon. The victim delivery person dropped the food and soda, and fled the scene.
· On Wednesday 1/3 at 1700 hours, an attempt burglary occurred Rossiter Court (note same address as the above mentioned robbery). The adult female victim was home at the time of the attempt. A neighbor heard a scream and saw the suspect, M, 5’5”-5’8”, wearing a red shirt and blue jeans, jump off the deck and run into the woods. A check of the house
revealed that the basement window screen was bent.
· Two Hondas were stolen from the 12600 and 12700 blocks of Layhill Road on consecutive nights, 1/04 to 1/06. Both recovered in the same general area of J1, one at Spencerville Road and Goodhope Road and one on Thompson Road. The 2000 Civic had been stripped of numerous parts. The 1996 Accord was recovered with a punched ignition.
· The carjacking occurred on Appomatox Avenue on Thursday 1/4 at 1940 hours. The victim and a co-worker exited the Safeway in Olney to take a break from their job. The victim observed a B/M, 24-25, 5’8”-5’10”, 180-190 lbs., crew cut, talking on the phone. The suspect asked the victim for a ride to his girlfriend’s house on Paladine Terrace. The victim, along with the co-worker, agreed and took the suspect there. The suspect was unable to
find his “girlfriend’s” house and directed the victim to another address. The victim replied that his break was over and he had to get back to work. The suspect told the victim,” I’ll give you three seconds to get out or I’ll stab you”. The victim and his co-worker jumped out of the car and the suspect was last seen in the victim’s 2002 Nissan Sentra 4D, black, through the
Village Towne Center parking lot towards Route 108. There was a possibly related event twenty minutes earlier at the McDonald’s a dispute between a female and a subject known as “Juan” who was demanding a ride.
· On Tuesday 1/2 at 0716 hours, on Saint Florence Terrace, the adult female victim observed the suspect, B/M 20-30, average height and weight, dressed in a gray hooded sweatshirt and blue sweat pants, standing on her rear patio, masturbating with his pants down. The suspect saw that the victim had observed him, and continued.
· Ten vehicles were broken into during this week. The thefts occurred on almost every night in different areas of the beat. But overnight from 1/8-1/9 five vehicles were entered on Griffith Farm Road, Rose Theatre Circle, and Bowie Mill Court. Seven of the ten vehicles entered were unlocked and loose items inside were the only property taken from the vehicles.
· On Saturday 1/6 at 2156 hours, the adult male food deliverer (House of Fortune) exited the 3700 block of Bel Pre Road where he made a valid food delivery. Four B/M’s all wearing black skull caps, black shirts, and black pants, approached the victim and punched him in the mouth. The suspects demanded money. The victim turned over cash and the suspects fled on foot.
· The “robbery” reported on Saturday 1/6 at 2218 hours in the 3100 block of Hewitt Avenue was CDS-related. The victim attempted to buy “weed” and the “suspects”, four B/M’s took him in the woods and undressed him. The “victim” was walking naked on Hewitt Avenue and a citizen called 911.
· On Wednesday 1/3 1612 hours, a juvenile , B/M 15 (of Postgate Terrace), was arrested on Grand Pre Road near the basketball courts after a citizen saw him wielding a handgun. The gun turned out to be a CO2 pistol.
· On Thursday 1/04 at 2110 hours, an adult male was on foot from Aspen Hill shopping center and victim observed two B/M’s, each 20-25 & 5’11”, one with a goatee and one clean shaven head, standing at as bus stop on Aspen Hill Road. When the victim reached Landgreen Street, the suspects came up behind the victim, stuck a gun in his side, and demanded money. Thinking the gun was fake, the victim struggled with the suspects and one suspect struck the victim with the gun, knocking him down. The suspects searched the victim’s pockets and took his wallet/cash. The suspects ran to a newer Nissan, dark in color, possible a Nissan 300 model, and left the area in the vehicle.
· A shed was broken into at 12400 block of Goodhill Road between Tuesday 1/2 at 1500 hours and Wednesday 1/3 at 0745. Only the door lock was taken.
· A burglary was reported on Wednesday 1/3 in the 13800 block of Bauer Drive. At 1301 hours a neighbor saw a H/M 5’5”, 180 lbs. and a 1/M 6’, 150 lbs. walking in the neighbor’s yard. A basement window was broken to enter and a DVD player was taken.
· During the time frame, five anti-Semitic vandalisms were reported. Two of the events occurred at Wheaton Woods Elementary school and the other three in the immediate area. Juvenile suspects are being investigated reference these events.
· On Thursday 1/4 at 1500 hours, witnesses observed a H/M 23-30 years, sitting in a blue van with numerous dents and MD tags. The suspect appeared to be masturbating his exposed penis. When two juvenile girls walked by, the suspect opened the van door and the girls ran to Weller Road Elementary. Investigation to continue.
· A strong arm robbery-purse snatch was reported on Sunday 1/7 at 0730 hours at Clairidge Road and Seaport Way. The adult female victim was standing on the sidewalk when a W/M, 18, 5’6”, 120 lbs. black hair in a ponytail, grabbed the victim’s coat and pulled her toward him. He stuck an unknown object in her back. The victim released her purse and the
suspect then fled toward Highland Elementary School, carrying the victim’s purse.
· Between Thursday 1/04 at 2100 and 0400 on Friday 1/5, an unknown suspect attempted to break into a residence on Hyde Court. The victim noticed the screen to her sliding glass door had been cut; no entry had been gained to the residence.
· Overnight Friday-Saturday 1/5-1/6 on Billman Lane, unknown suspect broke the basement door glass, and reached inside to open the door, while the victim slept. The suspect took property from the lower level of the house and apparently did not enter the upstairs area of the house.
· On Thursday 1/4 at 1828 hours James Wood W/M 30, robbed the Chevy Chase Bank at 11241 Veirs Mill Road by implying a weapon in a paper bag. Wood was arrested at the Safeway next door shortly after the robbery. The stolen money was recovered inside the Safeway.
· On Tuesday 1/2 1910 hours, two adult male victims went to Wheaton to buy food and split up to go to different restaurants. They were both robbed in apparently separate incidents in the area of Broadview Road and Monterrey Drive, by the same group as they were returning home separately
on foot. The suspects, one a H/M 20-25, and three B/M’s, 20-25, two armed with handguns and two armed with knives robbed both victims of cash and cell phones. The suspects entered a red 4D vehicle and left the area.
· Three street robberies involved multiple B/M suspects who searched victims’ pockets:
· On Wednesday 1/3 at 1915 hours, the adult male victim was entering his apartment building in the 10900 block of Amherst Avenue. Two B/M’s 20-25, 5’11”, 170 lbs, were coming down the steps and as they passed the victim, one of the suspects punched the victim in the face, knocking him down. The suspects went through the victim’s pockets and removed cash and a cell phone.
· On Thursday 1/4 at 2045 hours, the adult male victim was walking down the steps behind Circuit City at the mall. Three B/M’s, 18-20, approached the victim and struck him with a closed fist, knocking him down. The suspects searched the victim’s pockets and took his cell phone, cash and credit card.
· On Tuesday 1/9 at 1720 hours, the adult male victim was walking out of the mall. The suspects, four B1/M’s, (one was 19-20, the other three were 29-35 YOA), and all were large in stature, were entering the mall. The suspects implied a weapon and stated, “Let’s not make this a murder scene.” The suspects went through the victim’s pockets and removed his wallet containing cash, an IPOD, and a cell phone. The suspects ran toward
Wheaton Metro. The victim’s wallet was recovered at the Metro station.
· Overnight Thursday-Friday 1/4-1/5, unknown suspect broke the rear door at Super Nails, 11200 block of Georgia Avenue. Cash, a laptop, and a CD player were taken.
· On Monday 1/8 between 0915 and 1600 hours, a burglary was attempted at the 11300 Veirs Mill Road. The rear window was broken with a rock, but entry was not gained. At 1355 hours a neighbor saw a H/M 16-18 and a B/M 16-18 walk around the side of the victim’s house.
The original report is attached below in .PDF format
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