21-11019 - Fraud - 200 block of Center St.
On 4/2/21 Officers responded to the 200 block of Center Street for a reported fraud. The victim advised that she received a bill addressed to her in the amount of $1,821.04 from the Doctor's Community Medical Center located in PG County for services rendered on 3-26-2021. The victim advised she has never visited that facility and had supporting documentation showing she was in Annapolis on that date. Officers were unable to verify the validity of the bill with the hospital.
21-11058 - Theft - Unit block of Silopanna Rd.
On 4/2/21 Officers responded to the unit block of Solopanna Road for a report of a theft. The victim reported that someone took her clothing (3 shirts and 3 pants) from the community laundry room while the clothes were washing .
21-11092 - Theft from vehicle - Unit block of Enclave Ct.
On 4/3/21 Officers responded to the unit block of Enclave Court, the victim reported that an unknown subject unlawfully entered her parked vehicle and stole a handgun (Glock 43 with Tiffany Blue slide). The victim valued the handgun at $750.00.
21-11116 - Homicide - 700 block of Newtowne Dr.
On 4/3/21 Officers responded to the above address for a report of shots fired. Upon arrival, Officers located a victim on the bottom level of the 702 building laying on the ground in the breezeway. AFD arrived and started life saving measures. The victim was flown to Baltimore shock trauma where he succumbed to his injuries.
21-11117 - Stolen Auto - 700 block of Newtowne Dr.
On 4/3/21 a citizen called to advise that a subject stole her vehicle from in front of 710 Newtowne. The victim advised that the keys were left in the vehicles ignition, the vehicle was described as a gray in color 2017 Hyundai Accent bearing MD 2DM2954.
Residents have received phone calls, text messages, and emails from someone identifying themselves as a police officer from a police department or an employee with a federal agency. Some residents are receiving notifications from other sources advising that they owe money or their identity has been compromised or you may have a warrant for your arrest. Phone scammers often disguise their identity by using illegal spoofing techniques to send false information to your caller ID display. In most of these cases, residents are advised to purchase gift cards to fix the issue. Once the gift cards are purchased the resident provides the authorization numbers from the cards to the caller. Once the caller has those numbers the funds on the gift cards can be spent without physical possession of the cards. If you receive a phone call like this DO NOT give the caller any personal or account information. If anyone tells you to pay by gift card or by wiring money—for any reason—that’s a sure sign of a scam. Visit this site and find more information about these types of scams and how to report them to the Federal Trade Commission https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/search/site/paying%20scammers
In any situation where you feel that you have been contacted by a scammer or have been scammed please to not hesitate to contact the Annapolis Police Department at 410-268-4141.
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