SOUTHERN DISTRICT

 

ROBBERY (CITIZENS)                                                                                         ANNAPOLIS

 

On February 23, 2013, at approximately 3:12 a.m., officers from the Southern District responded to the 700 block of Harness Creek View Drive in Annapolis for a report of a disorderly conduct.

 

The caller advised there was possibly a party in the neighborhood and a subject was on his property at one point. While en route, officers received a call for a report of a robbery of citizens. Officers responded to the unit block of Peacock Lane in Annapolis and learned that the incident took place on Harness Creek View Drive. The victims, a 22-year-old female and a 24-year-old male, reported that they were walking on Harness Creek View Drive when two vehicles approached them. Four male suspects exited the vehicles, assaulted the victims with an unknown object and took the female victim’s purse and the male victim’s cell phone before fleeing the area in two sedans. The victims sustained minor injuries and later received medical treatment. Several officers and a K-9 unit searched the area, but were unable to locate the suspects. The investigation is ongoing.

 

Suspects: Four black males in their late teens to early 20’s

 

NORTHERN DISTRICT

 

STABBING ARREST                                                                                          GLEN BURNIE

 

On February 24, 2013, at approximately 1:37 a.m., officers from the Northern District responded to the 100 block of Warwickshire Lane in Glen Burnie for a stabbing. 

 

Upon arrival, officers learned that the 29-year-old male victim and the suspect were both attending a party in an apartment. At one juncture, the victim went outside the building, where he was attacked by the suspect with a broken bottle. The victim sustained a laceration to the arm and the suspect fled the scene. Several officers and a K-9 unit searched the area, but the suspect was not initially located. The victim was transported to Harbor Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

 

At approximately 3:50 p.m., officers learned of a possible location of the stabbing suspect. Officers responded to the 5300 block of Pennington Avenue in Baltimore, where contact was made with an individual matching the stabbing suspect’s description. The suspect was placed under arrest without incident and transported to the Northern District Police Station. Through interviews with witnesses, the suspect and based on evidence located at the scene, the suspect was charged with First and Second Degree Assault, Malicious Destruction of Property and Reckless Endangerment.

 

Suspect: Selvin Dagoverto Rivera-Ramos, 32, of119 Warwickshire Lane Apartment M, Glen Burnie, Md  

 

ROBBERY (CITIZEN)                                                                                       GLEN BURNIE

 

On February 24, 2013, at approximately 11:47 p.m., officers from the Northern District responded to the area of Southhampton Drive and Faywood Avenue in Glen Burnie for a report of a robbery of a citizen.

 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 31-year-old male victim, who indicated that he was in the parking lot when the suspect approached him, pointed a handgun at him and demanded money. The victim complied and handed over an undisclosed amount of money to the suspect, who fled the area on foot. Numerous officers and a K-9 unit canvassed the vicinity, but were unable to locate the suspect.

 

Suspect: Black male in his 20’s, approximately 6’1” with a thin build, dark complexion and possible scar over his right eye. The suspect was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, a white t-shirt, black sweatpants and red and black basketball shoes

 

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