APD Daily Report 04/02/14
In the last 24 hours Annapolis Police officers responded to 109 calls for service and arrested 11 people.
Theft from Vehicle – 201400001557 – Unit block of Murray Av – 03/29 at 12pm to 03/30 at 7pm: Money and Ray Ban sunglasses were stolen from an unlocked vehicle.
Theft from Vehicle – 201400001572 – 300 block of Burnside St – 03/31 at 11:30pm to 04/01 at 8:20am: An unlocked vehicle was entered and ransacked, but nothing appeared to be stolen from the vehicle.
Theft from Vehicle – 201400001574 – 200 block of Prince George St – 03/31 at 9:30pm to 04/01 at 10:15am: A beige canvas tote bag with the words Smithsonian Channel printed on the side containing a black iHome computer speaker, the power cord to an Apple Macbook Air, and clothing was stolen from an apparently unlocked vehicle.
Neighborhood Watch Meeting
The next Neighborhood Watch meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 8, from 6:30pm to 8pm at Annapolis Police Headquarters, 199 Taylor Avenue. This meeting will include an overview of the Safe Streets program and a discussion of heroin in Annapolis. As usual, we will also go over current crime trends. Food will be served so please RSVP to Sgt. Jessica Kirchner at 410-268-9000 ext. 7233 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month
The Annapolis Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting special enforcement details throughout the month looking for drivers violating the Maryland handheld device laws. Remember that when a vehicle is in motion the driver may not use their hands to use a handheld telephone, other than to initiate or terminate a wireless phone call or to turn the handset on or off. Using a hands-free device, while driving, is not a violation of the law, but both ears may not be covered by ear plugs, headset, or earphones. Drivers under the age of 18 are not allowed to use handheld cell phones regardless of whether a hands-free device is used. While there are other ways drivers can be distracted while driving, cell phone use combines visual, cognitive, and manual distractions. The Maryland Highway Safety Office reported that for the five years ending in 2011 an average of 47% of traffic fatalities and 65% of traffic injuries in Maryland were from accidents caused by distracted driving.
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