THEFT FROM AUTOS GAMBRILLS / CROFTON
Over the past couple of weeks, Western District officers have responded to several reports of theft from autos in the Crofton/ Gambrills area. In each of these incidents, suspects have stolen tires and rims from larger SUV style vehicles, specifically targeting Cadillac Escalades in at least three incidents and a Chevrolet Tahoe in another incident.
During one incident, the vehicle owner came out of his residence at 3:40 a.m. and observed three black male suspects loading a floor jack into an awaiting vehicle. The occupants then sped out of the area. The vehicle owner then checked his vehicle and discovered that it was missing all four tires and rims. Two of the incidents were reported to police on March 18, 2013, in the area of Cheyenne Drive and Ogden Square in Gambrills.
Anyone with additional information regarding these thefts please call Detective Dutton of the Western District at 410-222-6155 or if anyone sees anything suspicious, please call 911 immediately.
CDS ARREST GLEN BURNIE
On April 1, 2013, at approximately 9:00 p.m., detectives from Northern District’s Tactical Patrol Unit/Tactical Narcotics Team executed a narcotics search warrant at 18 McGuirk Drive Apartment A in the Marley area of Anne Arundel County.
This warrant was in response to several neighbor complaints of drug use/activity occurring at this residence. As a result, detectives made one arrest and seized 1.96 grams of suspected crack cocaine, 6.28 grams of suspected marijuana, $267 in U.S. Currency, .32 cal handgun and drug paraphernalia. The suspect was charged with various drug-related offenses.
Suspect: Demetrius Travon Brown, 27, of 18 McGuirk Drive Apartment A, Glen Burnie, Md
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