Police Press Release for March 31, 2016
Burglary Glen Burnie
On March 30, 2016 at approximately 11:31 a.m., officers received a report of an attempted burglary in the 100 block of Elm Ave. The 911 caller provided a description of the suspect and officers immediately began to canvass the area for the suspect who had fled the scene. While canvassing the area, officers located a male in the area of Orchard Rd and Baltimore Annapolis Blvd, matching the exact description of the suspect that the caller described.
During this time, officers responded to the residence in question and found an open rear glass sliding door followed by notification by the automatic burglar alarm company. The 911 caller was brought to the scene where officers had stopped the male and he was positively identified as the person responsible for the burglary. The male was placed under arrest and transported to Northern District where he was charged with multiple burglary and related offenses.
Suspect and Charges:
1) Thomas Sebastian Colson
3201 Wilkens Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21229
-1st Degree Burglary
-2nd Degree Burglary
-Att 4th Degree Burglary
Citizen and Commercial Armed Robbery Jessup
On March 31, 2016 at 5:13 a.m., officers responded to the Jessup Shell and Food Mart, 2753 Annapolis Rd. in Jessup for a hold up alarm. On location the store clerk reported that a black male suspect, armed with a handgun, entered the store and confronted both he and a patron. The suspect demanded and stole money from the patron, and clerk. The suspect fled with an undetermined amount of U.S. Currency on foot in an unknown direction. Officers searched the area with negative results.
Suspect- Black male, unknown age, 5-07, 180 lbs, dark clothing, mask, armed with a handgun
Theft from Auto Odenton
On March 31, 2016 at 2:39 a.m., officers responded to the 600 block of Lions Gate Lane in Odenton for a report of tampering with auto. A citizen advised that they observed two males wearing all dark clothing and back packs pulling on vehicle doors. Officers arrived in the area and immediately located the two suspects that fled on foot. After a lengthy foot pursuit, officers apprehended one suspect. The backpack the suspect was wearing was found to contain numerous computers, GPS's, and a large amount of loose change. The caller positively identified the suspect and he was arrested.
A perimeter was established but the second suspect could not be located. Officers did however locate the second suspect’s backpack that was dropped while he was fleeing from officers. That backpack also contained stolen items from vehicles. Currently officers have located four victims that reside in the 400 block of Lions Gate Lane. Day work officers will be patrol the area this morning attempting to locate addition victims.
Suspects and Charges:
1) 17 year old juvenile from Odenton
2) Unknown (Possible juvenile)
Single Vehicle Crash Pasadena
On March 31st 2016 at approximately 2:55 a.m., officers responded to the report of a single vehicle crash on Solley Road at Energy Parkway. Investigators determined that a GMC Suburban was southbound on Solley Rd. The vehicle drifted off the right side of the roadway and struck an electric pole before coming to rest in the grass.
The driver exited the vehicle on his own and was transported to Baltimore Washington Medical Center by a friend who had been following him in another vehicle. Due to the injuries he sustained, he was transported to Shock Trauma in Baltimore, then to Johns Hopkins where he is listed in stable condition.
The cause of the crash is the failure of the driver to remain in a single lane. At this time it is believed that alcohol was a factor. Traffic Safety is assisting Eastern District with the investigation. Any charges are pending review by the States Attorney.
1997 GMC Suburban TK, green
Antonio Mario Jordan , 49 y/o from Pasadena, Maryland
Animal Rescue Pasadena
On March 30, 2016, at approximately 1:30 p.m., officers responded to assist the Fire Department with a residential fire in the at 7700 block of Queens Park Road in Pasadena. Dispatch advised that the homeowner was able to exit the residence, but was unable to retrieve her dog prior to doing so. Cpl. Selander arrived on scene prior to any fire equipment arriving. Cpl. Selander assessed the fire and conditions of the home, and entered the residence to attempt to retrieve the dog. Cpl. Selander used his flashlight to navigate through the smoke and located the dog in a bedroom. He was able to wrap the dog in a blanket and safely remove him from the residence.