Friday, May 27, 2016

Detectives Charge High School Teacher With Sexual Abuse of Student

Vincent McDuffie

Detectives arrested an Upper Marlboro man in connection with the sexual abuse of a then 17-year-old female student at a high school in Forestville. The suspect is 45-year-old Vincent McDuffie of the 10000 block of Campus Way South in Upper Marlboro.

McDuffie is a teacher at Forestville High School in Forestville. The student says that several times in March and April, McDuffie had sexual contact with her on school grounds during the school day. 

Detectives arrested McDuffie on May 26th. He has admitted his involvement with the student. He is charged with sex abuse of a minor. 

Anyone with information in this case is urged to call the Prince George’s County Police Department’s Children and Vulnerable Adult Unit at 301-772-4930. Callers can remain anonymous by calling Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477) or text “PGPD plus your message” to CRIMES (274637) on your cell phone or go to www.pgpolice.org and submit a tip online.

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Detectives Seek Community’s Help in Search for Assault Suspect


Detectives are actively working to find and arrest a man linked to an assault in Capitol Heights on Tuesday. The victim was critically hurt. On Wednesday evening, detectives canvassed the 4300 block of Quinn Street seeking additional information in the case. 

On Tuesday at about 3:40 pm, witnesses called 911 after seeing two suspects, a woman and a man, assaulting another man.

Prince George’s County Sheriff’s officers responded to the scene on Quinn Street and have now charged the female suspect. She is the victim’s girlfriend. Prince George’s County Police Domestic Violence Unit detectives were notified of the assault a short time later. Those detectives are now working to find the second suspect who ran from the area.



Detectives are asking anyone who witnessed the assault or has any other information that could lead to the second suspect to call 301-772-4433.


Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Wanted Wednesday


Robbery Suspect Targets Convenience Stores
May 23rd

We don’t think robbing stores is reason to smile. This robbery suspect is now linked to two crimes this past week. On May 23rd, at about 2:30 am, he stole cigarettes from a convenience store in the 6100 block of Oxon Hill Road in Fort Washington. The suspect implied he had a weapon.

May 19th

Four days earlier, the same suspect robbed another convenience store, this time in the 5500 block of Livingston Road. In this robbery, he did have a weapon. No one was hurt in either robbery. Please call 301-772-4905 or 1-866-411-TIPS with any information on this suspect. A cash reward is being offered.

Suspect Used Hammer During Robbery

Our Robbery Unit is also working to find this man who used a hammer to rob a store in Fort Washington. This happened on May 22nd at about 9:00 pm at the business in the 9500 block of Allentown Road. The suspect stole several items before running out. No one was hurt. Please call 301-772-4905 with any information or call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

PGPD Hosting Media Breakfast Meeting

On Friday, the Media Relations Division will host a breakfast meeting for members of the media. The breakfast will take place at our new Training and Education Division in Upper Marlboro. Reporters and assignment editors are invited to meet and interact with Media Relations Division members and the PGPD Executive Command Staff. In addition, the Training and Education Division will give a show-and-tell on the department’s new driving simulator which works with our Judgmental Enhancement Training System, MILO. That system provides state-of-the-art use of force training for our police officers.  

When:  Friday, May 27, 2016

Time:   9:00 am

Where:  8905 Presidential Parkway

     Upper Marlboro, MD 

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