June 11 – Rescheduled - Spring Fling Scholarship Fundraiser – Market House
In the last 96 hours Annapolis Police officers responded to 331 calls for service and arrested nine people.
Attempted Theft from Vehicle - 202000002003 - 1800-1899 Copeland St - 05/24 at 10pm to 05/25 at 7:45am: An unknown suspect attempted to gain entry to the vehicle. The vehicle sustained minor damage to the driver side window and door. Nothing was reported stolen.
Theft from Vehicle - 202000002005 - 1100-1199 Tyler Ave - 05/23 at 10pm to 05/24 at 5am: An unknown subject stole a blue Michael Kors purse from an unlocked vehicle.
Burglary - 202000001996 - 900-999 Bethany Court - 05/24 between 12:45am to 4am: An unknown subject entered the residence through an open window and stole US currency, a XBox and controllers, an Amazon firestick, a small backpack and a bottle of liquor.
Fatal Accident - 202000001985 - West Street @ Hudson Street - 05/23 at 11:59am: Officers responded to a motor vehicle accident on West Street and Hudson Street. A motorcycle was turning onto West Street heading outbound from Hudson Street. The motorcycle crossed the median and struck the rear driver’s side of a Volvo SUV heading inbound on West Street. The driver of the motorcycle suffered serious injuries and died after being transported to Anne Arundel Medical Center.
Handgun Arrest - 202000001994 - 1000-1999 Bay Ridge Ave - 05/24 at 10:45am: Officers received a call for an armed abduction in the 1100 block of Madison St. The witness reported the suspect was armed with a handgun and had left the area. During the course of the investigation officers located the suspect and recovered a handgun, ammunition and various amounts of marijuana. Officers determined an abduction had not occurred. Lawrence McCrae, 34, of District Heights was arrested and charged with six handgun related charges and two drug charges. He was released from the Jennifer Road Detention Center after posting a $5,000 bond.
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 May 15, under Governor Hogan's order Anne Arundel County shifted from a Stay at Home order to a Safer at Home public health advisory. The Governor’s order encourages counties to make decisions based on the public health situation locally. For more guidance, visit https://www.aacounty.org/corona…/road-to-recovery/index.html
Per the Executive Order, people are required to wear masks or cloth facial coverings in retail spaces and on public transportation.
Due to COVID 19, citizen fingerprinting has been cancelled until further notice.
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 - 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.