In the last 24 hours Annapolis Police officers responded to 89 calls for service and arrested 4 people.
Attempted Theft from Vehicle – 201700003767 – 1200 block of Marda La – 09/05 at 7pm: An observant caller reported seeing a male suspect enter an unlocked vehicle parked in the area. They approached the man and asked him what he was doing. The man ran from the vehicle and they chased him as officers arrived. Officers stopped the suspect at Janwall St and Janwall Ct. The suspect resisted officers while being handcuffed and one officer suffered an injury to his hand. The suspect was identified as Ellis Smith, 31, of Victor Parkway. Smith was charged with rogue and vagabond and resisting arrest. He was released by the District Court Commissioner without bond.
Burglary – 201700003765 – 1300 block of Tyler Av – 09/05 from 3pm to 5:55pm: The home was entered through an apparently unlocked door, but nothing was stolen from the home.
Helping Hands Houston
Saturday, 09/09, help the Annapolis Police Department send a helping hand to the law enforcement officers in the Houston area who have suffered from the severe flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey. Donate to Assist the Officer and help cover our cruisers with handprints to show the Houston area law enforcement officers that we care. Officers will be downtown at Market Space and Main Street from 10am to 2pm and at Annapolis Police Headquarters at 199 Taylor Avenue from 11am to 3pm.
If you would like to make your own donation online please visit http://www.assisttheofficer.com/. You can also send a check to Assist the Officer, 1600 State Street, Houston, Texas 77007.
Howlin’ Hustle 5K
Join us at the 2017 Howlin’ Hustle, a 5K Walk/Run, presented by the Annapolis Police Department in support of Special Olympics Maryland. It is a 5K course around beautiful Annapolis on October 28th and is guaranteed to be a spooktackular good time. Registration will open at 6:30am and the 5K will begin at 7:30am. Costumes are encouraged as there will be awards for best individual and team costumes. http://www.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1174586
Hiring Police Communications Operators
Looking for something other than a 9-to-5 office job? This may be the opportunity for you. Come join us in this fast-paced, exciting career. The Annapolis Police Department Communications Center is staffed by professional communications personnel and is operated 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide around the clock service to the residents of Annapolis. Police Communications Operators are required to work a variety of shifts. The starting salary is $42,275. Apply for jobs at http://www.annapolis.gov/jobs. For more information email Timothy Seipp, Communications Manager, at email@example.com.