PROSTITUTION ARRESTS                                                                                 LINTHICUM

On March 5, 2013, Detectives from the Anne Arundel County Police Department’s Special Enforcement Section’s Vice Unit conducted an undercover prostitution operation in the Linthicum area hotel district. The operation focused specifically on individuals attempting to solicit sexually services from prostitutes on the internet. Undercover detectives posing as internet escorts made contact with and charged seven individuals who attempted to solicit sexually services in exchange for money. The below individuals were charged on a criminal summons. As a result, there are no booking photos.


Garry Whitaker (52)                              one count prostitution general

1509 Stonewood Road

Baltimore, Md 21239


Shaunak Dineshchandra Shah (38)       one count prostitution general

9557 Chanton Road

Laurel, Md 20723


Eugene Robert Rice (30)                        one count prostitution general

5704 Denwood Avenue

Baltimore, Md 21206


Peredo Alvaro, Rodrigo (43)                 one count prostitution general

5836 Wye Oak Commons Court

Burke, VA 22015


Randal Arden Capshaw (47)                 one count prostitution general

409 Kidwell Avenue                               one count resisting arrest

Centerville, Md 21617


Yonas Tesfaye (51)                               one count prostitution general

3041 Saint Johns Lane

Ellicott City, Md 21042


Jahmel George O’Riley (25)                one count prostitution general

5316 Belleville Avenue                         one count possession of marijuana

Gwynn Oak, Md 21207                        one count possession of CDS paraphernalia





COMMERCIAL ARMED ROBBERY                                                                     ODENTON

On March 9, 2013, at approximately 8:15 p.m., officers from the Western District responded to the Verizon Wireless store located in the 8700 block of Piney Orchard Parkway in Odenton for a report of an armed robbery that had just occurred.

Upon arrival, officers spoke with a male employee, who indicated that two male suspects entered the business armed with handguns. The suspects took an undisclosed amount of U.S. Currency and merchandise before fleeing the business. Officers, a K-9 unit and the Aviation unit searched the area, but were unable to locate the suspects.


Suspect #1: Black male, approximately 5’8”, 150 pounds with a dark complexion, wearing a blue ski jacket, a black ski mask and blue jeans

Suspect #2: Black male, approximately 6’1”, 210 pounds with a dark complexion, wearing a light blue hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans



THEFT FROM AUTO ARREST                                                                                   SEVERN

 On March 10, 2013, Detectives from Western District’s District Detective Unit were conducting surveillance at the Anne Arundel County landfill locate in the 300 block of Burns Crossing Road in Severn due to several recent theft from autos that took place there. 

At approximately 3:30 a.m., Detectives observed a suspect entered the landfill and proceed to an area where landfill trucks were parked. After approximately 45 minutes, the same subject was observed leaving the landfill. Several patrol officers and a K-9 unit apprehended the subject in a wooded area after a brief foot pursuit. Further investigation revealed that the suspect had removed nine batteries from several trucks and placed them outside of the fence line that surrounded the property. The suspect was arrested and transported to Western District, where he was processed and charged accordingly.


Suspect: Daniel Orlando Corona, 29, of 732 Hickory Trail, Crownsville, Md


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