Police Press Release March 23, 2017
Residential Burglary Brooklyn Park
On March 22, 2017 at 4:27 p.m. officers responded for a report of a burglary in progress at the 200 block of 9th Avenue in Brooklyn Park. The resident called police to report that two subjects were stealing televisions from her home. She was viewing the subjects over a mobile phone security system. As officers were approaching the house, the males fled. Officers pursued the men and were able to make an apprehension. Both men were charged with burglary and theft related charges.
1) David William Baer
No fixed address
2) Daniel Lee Davis
5354 Patrick Henry
Brooklyn, MD 21225
Commercial Burglary Glen Burnie
On March 20, 2017 at approximately 10:30 p.m., officers responded to Nursery Road Liquors, located at 6 Nursery Road in Linthicum for a burglary in progress. Information from a citizen advised that a male subject in dark clothing had kicked in the front door of the business. When officers arrived, they observed that the business had been broken into.
Several officers canvassed the area and located a subject matching the suspect’s description. As an officer approached the subject, he lifted up his sweatshirt reached into his waistband area of his clothing and pulled out a black in color handgun. As he was pulling the handgun out of his waistband he threw it on the ground and stated, "It's an airsoft gun". The suspect was then detained without incident and interviewed by the officer. While speaking with the subject, the officer noticed that the subject’s arm was bleeding from what appeared to be a laceration from cut glass.
A search of the suspect was conducted and the officer located several lottery scratch-off tickets inside the suspect’s jacket pocket. The store owner confirmed that the lottery tickets were taken from the liquor store. The total value of the tickets stolen was $208.00. The store owner valued the damage to the door at $500.00.
1) Derrick Thomas Evans
1308 W. Lafayette Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21217
-1st Degree burglary
-2nd Degree burglary
-4th Degree burglary
-Destruction of property