Daily Police Activity Report

 

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For more information about the Daily Report please contact Cpl. Amy Miguez at amiguez@annapolis.gov or 410-268-9000.

APD Daily Report 10/21/13

In the last 72 hours Annapolis Police officers responded to 271 calls for service and arrested 32 people.

Assault and Burglary – 201300005040 – 1100 block of Madison St – 10/18 at 8am:  A female called police and said her boyfriend was coming to get her with a gun.  Officers responded and made contact with Rico Green, 21, of Annapolis and a female inside an apartment.  A handgun with a partially obliterated serial number was found hidden in the bathroom ceiling.  Green was charged with first and second degree assault, first and third degree burglary, two counts of violation of a protective order, handgun on person, false imprisonment, and removal of a manufacturer’s serial number.  Green is being held at the Jennifer Road Detention Center on $500,000 bond.

Theft from Vehicle – 201300005066 – 900 block of Spa Rd – 10/18 at 2:30pm to 10/19 at 9am:  A black generator was stolen from the open bed of a pick up truck.  The truck was parked inside a garage which had no signs of forced entry.

Burglary – 201300005068 – 200 block of Garden Gate La – 10/19 at 12:35pm:  The adult resident was home when she heard someone knock on her front door.  She did not answer, but saw someone riding away on a bicycle.  Two or three minutes later she heard noises and found a rear sliding glass door removed and a small man wearing grey clothing in her home.  The man ran out of the home possibly leaving an orange boy’s mountain bicycle on the street.  Nothing was taken.

National Takeback Initiative
The 7th Annual National Takeback Initiative will be held on Saturday, October 26, 2013 from10am to 2pm.  It will be held in the lobby of the Annapolis Police Department at 199 Taylor Avenue. 

It is completely anonymous, no identification is requested of people disposing of prescription medications, and people are therefore encouraged to remove identifying labels from containers.  Liquid medications should be in a sealed container to prevent leakage (ziplock bag).  Other medications will be disposed of directly into the disposal box, and their original containers can be put in a recycling bin.  We are NOT accepting needles or injectibles.  Any other type of medication is accepted (controlled, non-controlled, or over the counter).

Here's a link to the DEA's web page that talks about this ongoing collaborative effort between the DEA and state and local law enforcement agencies to prevent prescription drug abuse:  http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/drug_disposal/takeback/index.html
The above page will also direct you to a page to find drop off locations across the country.

Citizen Fingerprinting
Starting November 1, 2013 citizen fingerprinting will be offered Mondays from 5pm to 8pm instead of Tuesdays.

 

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

 

http://www.metrocrimestoppers.net/ or

 

by texting “MCS plus your message” to CRIMES (274637)

 

Calls are NOT Recorded AND Callers Remain Anonymous