APD Daily Report 04/15/13
In the last 72 hours Annapolis Police officers responded to 308 calls for service and arrested 37 people.
Good News – On April 12th officers arrested a subject for stealing from a vehicle. A citizen reported someone pulling car door handles in the area of unit block of Gentry Ct. Officers responded and found Marco Larkins, 25, of Annapolis and arrested him for having an open alcoholic beverage. When he was arrested Larkins had a Garmin GPS unit, digital camera, and other items that did not appear to belong to him. Officers investigated and found that the items were stolen from a vehicle that was apparently left unlocked in the unit block of Silopanna Rd. The theft had not yet been reported. Larkins was charged with theft less than $100 and theft less than $1,000 and is being held at the Detention Center on $7,500 bond.
Attempted Burglary – 201300001620 - Unit block of Melrob Ct – 04/11 from 1:40pm to 2:30pm: Someone damaged the apartment’s front door lock and latch. It doesn’t appear the apartment was entered and nothing appears to be missing at this time.
Theft from Vehicle – 201300001639 – Unit block of Janwall Ct – 04/12 at 5pm to 04/13 at 6:30am: Two sawzalls, two handheld drills, a battery charger, a flashlight, and a Skil saw were taken from a work van. The front passenger side window was smashed to gain entry to the van.
Scooter Theft – 201300001648 – 1000 block of Baywind Dr – 04/13 from 10am to 11:45pm: A black, grey, and white camouflage 2007 Honda Ruckus scooter was stolen from a parking spot. The scooter is unregistered.
Burglary – 201300001662 – 1400 block of Tyler Av – 04/12 at 8:30pm to 4/14 at 2:30pm: The rear door was pried open and bleach and nail polish was poured over furniture, floors, and clothes inside the residence.
Starting this week Annapolis Police Department will no longer offer fingerprinting on Thursdays and Saturdays. Fingerprinting still is offered every Tuesday from 5pm to 8pm. Please go to the police department website at www.annapolis.gov/police for more information on fingerprinting.
Lock Your Block
One of the easiest ways to become a victim is to leave your car and home unlocked. Please help Annapolis Police Department prevent thefts in your neighborhood by making sure your block is locked. Take the time to lock your vehicle and remove valuable items. When you leave your home double check the door and make sure all windows are closed and locked. Report suspicious activity to police by calling 410-268-4141 or, in an emergency, dial 911. If you are a victim of a crime report it to police quickly and provide officers with descriptions and/or serial numbers of the items taken. Talk to your neighbors and encourage them to lock your block.
If Your Tip to the Hotline Leads to an Arrest and Indictment of the Individuals that Committed the Above Crimes, You may be Eligible for a Cash Reward of Up to $2,000!!!
If you have information on the above crime contact:
Metro Crime Stoppers Hotline Toll Free 1-866-7LOCKUP.
You can also provide information confidentially online through
by texting “MCS plus your message” to CRIMES (274637)
Calls are NOT Recorded AND Callers Remain Anonymous