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APD Daily Report 05/22/13

In the last 24 hours Annapolis Police officers responded to 112 calls for service and arrested 7 people.

 

Theft from Vehicle – 201300002286 – 500 block of Taylor Av – 05/19 at 11pm to 05/20 at 1:30pm:  The vehicle’s door was forced open and a GPS unit and flashlight inside the vehicle were damaged.  Nothing appeared to missing from the vehicle. 

 

Thefts from Vehicles – 201300002298 – 900 block of Yachtsman Way – 05/21 from 1:30am to 8am:  Five apparently unlocked vehicles were broken into overnight.  Items taken include three Apple iPods, a black women’s wallet, clothing, and a textbook.

 

Armed Robbery – 201300002310 – 100 block of West St – 05/12 at 9:30pm:  The adult male victim said he was standing on the sidewalk when two men approached him and demanded his wallet and cell phone.  One of the subjects showed the victim a handgun he had tucked into his waistband.  They took the victim’s wallet and cell phone and fled down West Washington St.  The victim was fearful and did not report the robbery to police for more than a week.

 

U.S. Naval Academy Graduation

Traffic congestion is expected in Annapolis on Friday, May 24 due to the graduation ceremony scheduled at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium at 10am.  Roads affected include U.S. Route 50, Rowe Blvd, Farragut Rd, Taylor Av, Cedar Park Rd, Annapolis St, and Maryland Route 450.  Other the roads in the area may also be affected.  Traffic congestion is expected to start at 6am to peak between 7am and 10am.  There may also be congestion after 1pm when the ceremony ends.

 

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If you have information on the above crime contact:

Metro Crime Stoppers Hotline Toll Free 1-866-7LOCKUP.

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