May 28 – Chief’s Lecture Series
June 11 – Spring Fling Scholarship Fundraiser – Market House
In the last 72 hours Annapolis Police officers responded to 187 calls for service and arrested 9 people.
Burglary - 202000001440 - 1700-1799 Bay Ridge Ave - 04/05 at 3am:
An observant caller reported seeing an unknown male enter an unlocked shed in the backyard. The subject fled the area prior to officers arriving on scene. Nothing was reported taken from the shed.
Recovered Handgun - 202000001439 - 0-99 Marcs Ct - 04/05 at 7:30:
Officers were investigating a report of a group of unknown males gambling in a stairwell. When the officers arrived subjects left the area. Officers searched the area and located a handgun in the stairwell.
Theft from Vehicle - 202000001436 - 200-299 Janwall St - 04/04 at 2pm and 04/05 at 11:50am: Victim reported that four silver plastic hubcaps were stolen from the wheels of his Toyota Camry.
Armed Robbery - 202000001429 - 1700-1799 Forest Dr - 04/04 at 3:30pm:
An officer was in the area when he came across two vehicles that appeared to have been involved in a road rage incident. The driver of one of the vehicles, Dametres Short, 29, fled out of the vehicle on foot away from the officer. Officers were able to stop him on Newtowne Dr at Skippers La. The adult male driver of the other vehicle involved reported that he met Short in the 1700 block of Forest Dr to purchase a vehicle. Short displayed a handgun to the victim and stole money from him. The victim was following Short in his vehicle when officers encountered them. Short was arrested and charged with armed robbery and five other criminal charges related to the crime. He is being held at the Jennifer Road Detention Center without bond.
Theft from Vehicle - 202000001422 - Amos Garrett Blvd at Smith St - 04/04 at 3:30am: An observant caller reported three unknown males rummaging through a vehicle. The suspects fled prior to officers arriving on scene. Officers noticed four unsecured vehicles had been broken into. A lanyard with keys was the only item reported stolen from one of the vehicles.
Assault - 20000001418 - 100-199 Obery Ct. - 04/03 at approximately 2pm:
An adult male victim was stabbed by an unknown suspect. The victim had injuries to his neck and back side. He was transported to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Under Governor’s New Executive Order, City Issues Guideline for Residents
Please read this press release from the City of Annapolis https://www.annapolis.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=984. The important points from the press release are: Please call the Annapolis Call Center at 410-260-2211 with any questions or concerns about the Order. To be an effective tool in the fight to slow the spread of COVID-19 everyone must comply with the spirit of this order, not seek ways around it. If you see a possible violation of the Governor’s Order, it is important to alert authorities who may not be monitoring social media to identify non-compliance. Please call the Annapolis Call Center at 410-260-2211 if you have non-emergency questions.
Telephone Reporting and Police Services - COVID-19
The Annapolis Police Department is implementing a policy of telephone reporting for relatively minor and non-violent crimes. When you call to report a crime in Annapolis your call will be screened to see if it falls into a category that is appropriate for telephone reporting. If your call is appropriate for telephone reporting an officer will call you and collect the relevant information and provide you with an event or incident number. Our non-emergency phone number is 410-268-4141.
On Monday, March 30th, Governor Hogan issued a Stay-at-Home Order. The STAY-AT-HOME ORDER means that no Maryland resident should be leaving their home unless it is for an essential job or for an essential reason, such as obtaining food or medicine, seeking urgent medical attention, or for other necessary purposes - to include exercising. The Governor's Executive Order requires all law enforcement agencies in the State of Maryland, including the Annapolis Police Department, to enforce the Order.
Citizen fingerprinting has been cancelled through April 20, 2020. At this time we plan to restart citizen fingerprinting on Monday, April 27th at 6:30pm. There may be continued cancellations of citizen fingerprinting announced at a later date.
For more information about city services during the COVID-19 restrictions call the Annapolis Call Center at 410-260-2211. For the latest information about COVID-19 in Anne Arundel County visit the Anne Arundel County Department of Health website at www.aahealth.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the COVID-19 Health Line at 410-222-7256. The Health Line operates Monday to Thursday from 7:30am to 9pm, Friday 7:30am to 7pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm.
RESCHEDULED - Chief’s Lecture Series
The second session of the Chief’s Lecture Series will be held 05/28. The location and topic will be posted soon.
RESCHEDULED Spring Fling Scholarship Fundraiser
The Annapolis Police Department benefit for the Annapolis Police Scholarship Fund has been rescheduled to 06/11 at the Annapolis Market House. The event starts at 6pm for VIP tickets and at 7pm for standard tickets. Tickets range in price from $45 to $75. There will be food from Paladar, the Market House, Tarin Thai, Mission BBQ and Park Deli. Visit https://annapolispolicescholarship.org/e1-2/ to buy tickets and find out more about the Annapolis Police Scholarship Fund.