21-19517 - 1st Degree Burglary -100 block of Archwood Avenue
On 6/19/21 at approximately 2:37am, officers were dispatched to the 100 block of Archwood Avenue in reference to a burglary that just occurred. The homeowner advised that he was awakened by a subject in his second floor bathroom. When he confronted the subject, the subject fled on foot. He was able to follow and relay the suspect's location to responding officers. Officers located the suspect, Mr. Jonathan Meade Allmond 4/9/82 on Spa View Avenue. Mr. Allmond was highly intoxicated and had a bottle of Prosecco that he had taken from inside the residence. He was arrested and charged with 1st, 3rd, 4th degree burglary and theft. It is believed that he entered the residence through an unlocked rear door.
21-19518 - Burglary- Unit block of Market Space
On 6/19/21 at approximately 2:29am, officers responded to a business on Market Space in reference to an intrusion alarm. Investigation revealed that a subject used a code to enter the business and took $40 worth of alcohol from inside. The owner refused to press charges against the subject. The alcohol was returned.
21-19472 - Theft - 1000 block of Bay Ridge Ave.
On 6/19/21 at approximately 6:46pm,, officers responded to a business located in the 1000 block of Bay Ridge Drive for a theft that occurred approximately 10 minutes prior. An employee of the business advised that a subject he recognized removed a pack of t-shirts from the store without paying. The store will be applying for charges, total loss value was $15.99.
21-19418- Theft- Unit block of Clay St.
On 6/20/21 at approximately 8:38 am, officers responded to the unit block of Clay Street in reference to a theft. The victim advised that an unknown person stole her Juneteenth flag and pole that was last seen near her front door. Total loss value to the victim was $59.00.
21-19318-Theft- 900 block of Bay Ridge Rd.
On 6/20/21 at approximately 1:24pm, officers responded to the 900 block of Bay Ridge Ave. in reference to a theft. Pharmacist advised that her employees gave an Oxycodone prescription of 120 15mg pills, to a subject who was not authorized to have the prescription. She stated the suspect paid $1.30 for $238.88 worth of Oxycodone pills. Total loss value was $238.88.
21-19453-Homicide-1000 block of Spa Rd
On 6/19/21 at 2:48 p.m. officers responded to the 1000 block of Spa Road for a welfare check. Officers arrived and located a deceased adult female victim inside an apartment with signs of trauma to her upper body. The victim is identified as Erica Bonora, 38, of Annapolis.
Officers learned that the victim's vehicle, a 2011 Nissan SUV, was missing. Hours later officers located the vehicle occupied in the area of Spa Rd and Forest Dr. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle and the occupant fled from police. Officers pursued the vehicle until the occupant crashed his vehicle into a tractor trailer in Prince George's County while trying to evade the police. The occupant was transported to an area hospital and is considered a person of interest.
Detectives are investigating this incident that does not appear to be a random act. This is an active and fluid investigation and we urge anyone with information about this incident to contact our detectives at 410-260-3439. You can also call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP and submit an anonymous tip. If your tip leads to an arrest or indictment you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.
The traffic signal at the intersection of West Street and Calvert/Cathedral Street in downtown Annapolis is temporarily out of service due to an inoperable controller. The light is currently flashing red in all directions. Drivers should use caution and treat the intersection as a four-way stop. Temporary stop signs have been added to all four legs of the intersection.
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.
Please see the latest information on the Hogan Administration’s COVID 19 Response at : www.governor.maryland.gov/coronavirus
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 Friday from 8am to 6pm, Friday, and Saturday from 10am to 4pm