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Burglary in Northern District along with a citizen robbery and the arrest of a suspect involved in numerous theft from automobiles in Eastern District.

Publish Date: 06/09/2014
BURGLARY                                                                                                 BROOKLYN PARK
On June 9, 2014, at approximately 12:39 a.m., officers from the Northern District responded to a call for a burglary at the Brooklyn Community United Methodist Church located at 110 Townsend Avenue in Brooklyn Park.
Upon arrival, officers spoke with the church caretaker, who received a call from the alarm company. The caretaker responded to the scene and discovered damage to the church and evidence that someone made a forced entry.  It is believed that suspect(s) entered the church through the window and exited through an unknown alarmed door. Per the caretaker, nothing was tampered with or missing. After thoroughly canvassing the area for suspect(s), none were identified. This search included a building search by K-9 officers. It was reported by the caretaker that there was a similar burglary approximately one month prior with entry gained in the same manner, but nothing was missing in that incident either. Evidence Collection units arrived and processed the church for evidentiary items. 
Suspects: Unknown 
ROBBERY (CITIZEN)                                                                                       GLEN BURNIE
On June 9, 2014, at approximately 2:24 a.m., officers from the Eastern District responded to the area of Oakwood Road and Route 100 east in Glen Burnie for a robbery which just occurred.  
The 21-year-old male victim reported that he was walking near the Route 100 overpass and the exit ramp onto Route 100 east when he was approached by a male suspect. The suspect pointed a handgun at the victim and told him to give him his money. The victim gave him his money and the suspect fled on foot towards the apartment complex on Woodhill Drive. The victim left the area, running to a bus stop on Hospital Drive to contact police. Officers searched the area, but were unable to locate the suspect.  
Suspects: Hispanic male, 6’0” with an average build, wearing a yellow hooded sweatshirt, gray sweatpants and white “Chucks” style shoes
THEFT FROM AUTO ARREST                                                                       GLEN BURNIE
On June 9, 2014, at approximately 2:31 a.m., officers from the Eastern District were dispatched to the 8000 block of Long Branch Terrace in Glen Burnie for a report of several suspects tampering with vehicles in the parking lot. 
While checking the area, Corporal Eric Cole located an individual matching the description. Officers stopped the individual, identified as Travis Wayne Crowe, in front of the 8000 block of Green Orchard Road. Crowe consented to a search and handed over his book bag to Corporal Cole. While searching the book bag, Corporal Cole located a large amount of loose U.S. coins, a radar detector, two car keys, and a phone car charger, along with other items that appeared to have come from various vehicles.
A witness was brought to the area and identified Crowe as the person observed entering into a neighbor’s vehicle. Crowe was placed under arrest and transported to Northern district without incident. A few victims were later located and their belongings were returned. Further investigation revealed that the suspect broke into over 30 vehicles. The investigation is ongoing.  Crowe was charged with the following criminal charges:
Theft less than $100 
Theft less than $100 
Rouge and Vegabond 
Theft less than $1,000 
Theft less than $100
Rouge and Vagabond
Rouge and Vagabond 
Suspect: Travis Wayne Crowe, 18, of 908 S. Carey Street, Baltimore, Md

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