Robbery (Citizen) - Laurel
On October 4, 2015 at 3:52 a.m., officers responded to the intersection of Rt 198 at Russett Green for a person claiming to have been robbed earlier. Upon arrival they met with the victim. The victim reported he was in his vehicle in the parking lot at the Bank Shot Bar and Grill (3249 Route 198 Laurel) at approximately 0300. The victim reported three (3) suspects approached him on foot, displayed handguns and demanded his property. One of the suspects punched him in the mouth, and the other suspects took the victim’s wallet and cell phone containing an undetermined amount of U.S. currency. The suspects then fled the immediate area on foot.
The victim displayed minor bruising to his face and claimed the suspect knocked a tooth out. The victim refused medical treatment. Officers canvassed the area for the suspects with negative results.
Suspects: (3) Black males in their 20’s
On October 2, 2015, Western District Tactical Patrol Unit and Tactical Narcotics Team executed a search warrant in regards to an ongoing investigation on room #230 at the Garden Inn, located at 3400 Laurel Ft Meade Road. After a search of the room, detectives recovered 6.77 grams of heroin, $585.00 US currency, and a loaded Rohm .22 caliber revolver. The below suspects were charged with numerous offenses relating to CDS and handgun violations. Fincham was also served with an open Montgomery County warrant for Theft under $1,000
1) Christopher Robert Fincham, 29, Laurel Ft Meade Road
-Possession w/ Int Heroin
2) Gregory Connell Hunt, 32, Laurel Ft Meade Road
-Possession w/ Int Heroin
-Possession of handgun
Citizen Robbery - Brooklyn
On October 5th, 2015 at approximately 12:37 a.m., officers responded to the area of Ballman Avenue and Kramme Avenue for a report of a robbery. The victim stated that as he was walking in the above listed location he was approached from behind by the suspects. One suspect pulled a small black handgun out and pointed it at the victim's head while the second suspect searched the victim, taking his cell phone, "vaporizer" cigarette, and his wallet containing currency. The suspects then told the victim to turn around and walk away. The victim was unable to see which direction the suspects fled. The victim walked back to his residence and called the police. K-9 responded and Officers canvassed the neighborhood both with negative results.
Suspect # 1: Black male, average height, wearing dark blue hooded jacket tied around his head and face, and blue jeans. Small black handgun.
Suspect # 2: Black male, average height, wearing a "light" colored hooded sweatshirt tied around his head and face.
On September 29, 2015 at approximately 8:55 p.m., officers from Eastern District responded to the report of an armed robbery at the Royal Farms convenient store located at 4500 Mountain Road in Pasadena.
Upon arrival officers interviewed store employees who reported that an adult male subject entered the business and announced a robbery. Although no weapon was observed, the suspect implied that he possessed one. An undetermined amount of money was turned over to the suspect at which time he fled the business of foot. Numerous officers searched the area but the suspect could not be located. No one was injured as a result of this incident. Detectives from the Criminal Investigation Division responded and will be continuing with the investigation.
Suspect: Unknown race male, approximately 6’0” 180lbs
Warrant Service/Barricade - Odenton
On September 30 2015, at approximately 6:10 p.m., Ann Arundel County Sheriff Deputies were attempting to serve a First Degree Assault arrest warrant on John Bonkowski in the 1300 block of Hallock Drive. Deputies made contact with the Bonkowski in the back yard but the he quickly retreated and barricaded himself inside the residence. Anne Arundel County Police were called and quickly establishing a perimeter around the residence.
Communications made contact with Bonkowski and he stated that he would not surrender and stated that he was armed with two .45 caliber handguns. Patrol units attempted to hail the subject on a PA system but Bonkowski again advised that he was not going to be arrested. A barricade was called and members of the Special Operations Section responded.
At approximately 10:00 p.m. Bonkowski exited the house and was apprehended. Bonkowski was turned over to the Sheriff's Department. No firearms were recovered from inside the residence.
Arrested: John Allan Bonkowski, 57 yoa, Hallock Drive Odenton, Maryland
**No photo available at this time**
On October 1, 2015 at approximately at approximately 2:34 a.m., officers responded to 4400 Ritchie Highway for a burglary in progress. A witness called and stated that it appeared that several juveniles were breaking into a business, and a steel storage container located on the property. The witness also stated that the juveniles were stealing and loading several dirt bikes, and motorized scooters from the business and into a black pickup truck.
Officers arrived at the business but the juveniles had already fled. Officer’s canvassed the area with negative results for the juveniles; however they did locate the Dodge pickup at Morgan Road and 4th Avenue unoccupied. The truck had ten dirt bikes and scooters loaded in the bed of the truck.
All of the dirt bikes and scooters were recovered. The Dodge truck was found to be reported stolen from Baltimore City. Northern District Detectives will be conducting a follow up to the case.
Suspects: Juveniles in dark clothing
Vehicle: Black, Dodge Pickup Truck (Stolen from Baltimore City) Recovered on scene
Homicide - Glen Burnie
On October 1, 2015 at approximately 11:38 pm, officers from Northern District responded to the area of Cedar Furnace Circle and Lacrosse Lane in Glen Burnie for a report of shots fired. Upon arrival, officers located an adult male victim lying on the ground with apparent gunshot wounds to the upper body. The victim was transported to an area hospital where he ultimately died from his injuries. Detectives responded to the scene and are currently investigating this case as a homicide. The victim has been identified as Tylique Shyheem Proctor, a 20 year old male from the Glen Burnie area of Anne Arundel County. Maryland.
The Anne Arundel County Police are urging anyone with information to come forward by calling Homicide Detective Carbonaro at 410-222-3453. If people with information wish to remain anonymous they can also contact the Anne Arundel County Police Tip Line 410-222-4700 or Metro Crime Stoppers.
There is no photograph available at this time; updates will be provided as they become available
On September 29, 2015, at 7:50 a.m., Officers responded for a report of vandalism at the Ritchie Highway Shopping Center, located in the 5600-5700 block of Ritchie Highway Brooklyn, MD. Upon arrival officers discovered that an unknown person had spray painted “Killing AAC Cops Coming Soon” on three separate exterior walls of the shopping center. Officers canvased the area and located additional vandalism at 200 Hammonds Lane on a directional sign which read, “Kill Cops”.
District Detectives are currently conducting an investigation into this incident. Any person will information is asked to contact the Northern District Detective Unit at 410-222-6135. A $500 reward is being offered to anyone who has information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual(s) responsible.
Northern District Detectives assumed responsibility for the investigation and began following up on potential leads. After reviewing surveillance video at various places, as well as additional investigative means, Detectives were eventually able to develop a suspect, Zachary Adam Shanor. While investigating the suspect further, they noticed that in fact there was more graffiti spray painted on the street in the area of Upland Road between Camrose Avenue and Haile Avenue. This graffiti also referenced killing cops and happened to be only a few hundred feet from the suspect’s house. It was learned that the suspect, Zachary Shanor was in fact already in custody at Northern District on an unrelated shoplifting charge. Detectives were able to interview Shanor, where he in turn provided a full confession. When advised of the arrest, Chief Altomare stated, “As we knew would happen from the beginning, this case was closed with a combination of good police work and with help from the folks in the Brooklyn Park community. The Anne Arundel County Police Department would like to thank the community for stepping up and helping us identify the suspect in this case before the situation could get truly dangerous”.
Zachary Adam Shanor , 26 yoa, of Camrose Avenue Baltimore, MD was charged with six counts of malicious destruction of property and is currently being held at Jennifer Road Detention Center on $30,000 bond.
On September 27, 2015 at approximately 4:00 pm officers responded to a report of a single vehicle crash on Oak Lane near Central Avenue in Edgewater.
Preliminary investigation revealed a blue Can-am Outlander ATV 4-wheeler was traveling at a high rate of speed on Oak Lane toward Central Avenue. The operator failed to negotiate a sharp curve and left the roadway into a wooded area striking several trees. The operator was taken via medivac to University of Maryland Shock Trauma with critical, life threatening injuries.
The cause of the crash is failure to remain right of center with speed being a major contributing factor. There was no suspicion of alcohol use. The ATV operator was also NOT wearing any protective gear or helmet.
The Traffic Safety Section is handling the investigation.
2011 Can-am Outlander ATV 4-wheeler
JEREMY A. DEPHILLIP W/M 18yoa
OAK LN, EDGEWATER MD 21037
UPDATE: The driver of the ATV, 18 year old Jeremy Dephillip, has died from his injuries. The Traffic Safety Section is handling the investigation. There is no further information at this time.
On September 24, 2015, officers from the Southern District were conducting traffic enforcement in the area of South River Clubhouse Road, Edgewater, Arundel County, Maryland 21401. At approximately 4:30 p.m., officers conducted a traffic stop on a speeding vehicle. As a result of the traffic stop and subsequent investigation, approximately, 227.3 grams of marijuana, 3 oxycodone pills, 1.08 grams of heroin, 21.5 grams of hashish oil, $4,230.00 in U.S. currency, and various types of CDS paraphernalia was seized. The total approximate street value of controlled substance seized was $7,289.00.
Suspect #1: Jonathan Michael Lohsl, 26 yoa, Pinecrest Dr., Riva, MD 21140
Charges: Possession with Intent to Distribute CDS: Marijuana
Possession of CDS: Marijuana
Possession of CDS: Not Marihuana
Possession of CDS paraphernalia
Numerous traffic citations