Tuesday, January 21, 2020

PGPD Investigates Fatal Collision


The Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit is investigating a fatal collision that occurred Saturday morning. The victim is 41-year-old Gerald Lewis Brown Jr., of Upper Marlboro.

On January 18th, at approximately 7:55 am, officers responded to the 10200 block of Marlboro Pike for a collision involving a single vehicle. 

The preliminary investigation reveals Brown, who was the sole occupant in his vehicle, was traveling westbound on Marlboro Pike. For reasons that are under investigation, he drove off the roadway and crashed into a pole. Brown was pronounced dead on the scene.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to call the Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit at 301-731-4422. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), or go online at www.pgcrimesolvers.com, or use the “P3 Tips” mobile app search “P3 Tips” in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app onto your mobile device.

PGPD Responds to Fight Call in Oxon Hill

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On January 20th, at approximately 9:45 am, the Prince George’s County Police Department responded to the report of a fight in Oxon Hill. The caller advised the fight involved two men and had occurred in the 6700 block of Oxon Hill Road.

When officers arrived on the scene, the two men were already separated and no longer involved in a physical altercation. Officers observed that one of the men was bleeding from his face and made the decision to handcuff the second male while the patrol officers began their on-scene investigation.

The officers spoke to both men as well as an independent witness who was on the scene. That witness advised she saw both men fighting with one another. She told officers that she observed the handcuffed male first hit the other with a glass bottle and that man responded by striking the one who had thrown the bottle several times. A portion of the fight was recorded on a cell phone by a witness.

When officers spoke to both males, they learned that the men were known to one another. They had also been involved in a separate dispute earlier that morning. That dispute continued when one of the men spotted the second male, who was the one later placed in handcuffs, walking on Oxon Hill Road approximately one-half hour later.

Officers requested emergency medical personnel to respond to the scene to check on both men. When the ambulance arrived, both men refused medical assistance or transport to a hospital.

Prince George’s County Police detectives were called to the scene by patrol officers. The detectives spoke to the independent witness, reviewed the portion of the altercation that was recorded on cell phone by an independent witness, and spoke to both men. They both refused to press charges against each other and refused to cooperate with detectives. No weapons were recovered.

The on-scene investigation continued for approximately 45 minutes before both men were released from the scene and advised they had the option to press charges against one another via a district court commissioner. Under Maryland law, individuals have up to one year and a day to seek charges through a commissioner.

Today at 12:15 pm, we learned the video that is currently on social media depicting the male in handcuffs was recorded by a Prince George’s County Police officer. The circumstances surrounding the recording and release of that video are now the subject of an internal investigation. That officer is now suspended pending the outcome of this investigation.


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PGPD Responde a Llamada sobre Pelea en Oxon Hill


El 20 de enero, a eso de las 9:45 am, el Departamento de la Policía de Prince George’s County respondió tras recibir información sobre una pelea en Oxon Hill. La persona que llamó indicó que la pelea fue entre dos hombres y ocurrió en la cuadra 6700 de Oxon Hill Road.

Cuando los oficiales llegaron a la escena, los hombres ya se encontraban separados y no en medio de un altercado físico. Los oficiales vieron que uno de los individuos sangraba por su cara, por lo que decidieron esposar al segundo individuo mientras los demás oficiales de patrulla comenzaban su investigación en la escena.

Los oficiales dialogaron con ambos individuos y con una testigo que se encontraba en escena. La testigo indicó que  haber visto a ambos hombres peleando entre sí. Ésta dijo a los oficiales que vio al hombre esposado darle al otro con una botella de cristal y que el otro respondió agrediendo a quien le había lanzado la botella varias veces. Un testigo logró grabar parte de la pelea con su celular.

Cuando los oficiales hablaron con ambos individuos confirmaron que estos se conocían entre sí. Ambos habían estado involucrados en otra disputa más temprano en la mañana. La misma disputa continuó cuando uno de los hombres vio al otro, quien más adelante fue esposado, caminando en Oxon Hill Road, aproximadamente media hora luego de la disputa inicial.

Los oficiales solicitaron que personal de emergencias médicas acudiera a la escena para atender ambos individuos. Una vez llegó la ambulancia, éstos rechazaron asistencia médica y traslado a un hospital.

Nuestros detectives acudieron a la escena tras ser alertados por los oficiales de patrulla. Éstos dialogaron con la testigo, revisaron la parte del altercado que fue grabada por celular y entrevistaron a ambos individuos. Éstos rechazaron querellarse entre sí y rehusaron cooperar con los detectives. No se recuperaron armas en la escena.

La investigación en escena continuó por aproximadamente 45 minutos antes que dejaran ir a los individuos y les apercibieran de que podrían querellarse contra el otro a través de un comisionado de las cortes del distrito. Bajo las leyes del Estado de Maryland, una persona tiene hasta un año y un día de ocurrido el incidente para buscar que se someta una querella a través de un comisionado.

Hoy a las 12:15 pm, descubrimos que el video que circulaba por las redes sociales mostrando al individuo esposado fue grabado por un oficial de la Policía del Condado de Prince George’s. En estos momentos las circunstancias que rodean la grabación y diseminación del video son sujeto de una pesquisa interna.

Sunday, January 19, 2020

Suspect Facing Charges for Stealing Police Cruiser; Apprehended After Short Pursuit

Abdul Hakim
A man who had just been arrested for domestic assault is facing multiple new charges after he stole a police cruiser and crashed it after a short pursuit. He is 43-year-old Abdul Hakim of the 6100 block of Breezewood Court in Greenbelt.
On January 18th, at approximately 7:15 am, our officers responded to the 2300 block of University Boulevard for a domestic dispute. Officers learned that Hakim had assaulted a female. Officers observed physical bruising on the victim’s face and arrested Hakim for domestic assault.
He was taken to the Department of Corrections in Hyattsville for processing, but it was determined he would need to instead be brought to DOC in Upper Marlboro due to an underlying medical issue. The arresting officer brought Hakim back to his cruiser which was parked in a sally port outside of the Hyattsville DOC. The officer secured Hakim, who was handcuffed, in a seatbelt in the front passenger seat. The officer started his cruiser and then kept the vehicle running in order to provide heat for Hakim. The officer then asked a fellow officer who was nearby in her cruiser to monitor Hakim to allow for the arresting officer to go briefly back inside of DOC.
While the officer was inside, the second officer checked on Hakim after noticing that Hakim was moving in his seat. Hakim told the officer his handcuffs were too tight. After checking the cuffs, the officer adjusted them and then resecured Hakim back into his seat. Moments later, Hakim managed to get into the driver’s seat of the cruiser and put the vehicle into gear. The second officer tried to open a door to stop Hakim, but it was locked. Hakim struck a brick wall and sped away.
With the assistance of the Hyattsville City Police Department, officers began to pursue Hakim. During the pursuit, Hakim struck several cars before eventually crashing the cruiser at a park near 24th Avenue and Lyndon Street. He then ran on foot. Officers arrested him on 19th Avenue. He still had on the handcuffs but had managed to slip his arms around to the front of his body. No one was hurt during the pursuit and apprehension.
“I am proud of the lengths to which my officers went to demonstrate their compassion to a sick individual they had arrested for a violent act on a cold day. It is always discouraging when an individual exploits kindness to commit more violence and endanger more people. Due to his actions, my agency is now reviewing the practice of leaving a cruiser running for any reason at all,” said Chief Hank Stawinski.
In addition to the original domestic-related charge, Hakim is now also facing assault, resisting arrest, reckless endangerment, unauthorized removal of a motor vehicle, motor vehicle theft, second degree escape and theft as well as traffic offenses.
The Prince George’s County Police Department is investigating this incident.

Friday, January 17, 2020

Detectives Arrest 15 Suspects Connected to Vehicle Warm-Up Thefts


In the past week, detectives with our Washington Area Vehicle Enforcement team arrested 15 people in connection with multiple vehicle warm-up thefts.

The suspects, both adult and juvenile, are linked to seven different cases. In addition to these arrests, the WAVE team also recovered 10 stolen cars – the vast majority were stolen when the owner left them running and unattended.





In the colder months, criminals are actively targeting vehicles left unattended in order to allow them to warm up. We recently released this video of a warm-up theft caught on a home surveillance system in Lewisdale.

“We know it’s cold outside and it’s not pleasant to get into a cold car - but unfortunately, thieves know this too. They are targeting victims who are warming up their cars and running back inside of their homes. Please never leave your vehicle running and unattended. We can’t stress that message enough,” said Acting Captain Jordan Swonger of our Special Investigation Division.

Anyone with information on any stolen vehicle case is asked to call 301-516-3788. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), or go online at www.pgcrimesolvers.com, or use the “P3 Tips” mobile app search “P3 Tips” in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app onto your mobile device.

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

PGPD Investigates Homicide in Oxon Hill

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Homicide Unit detectives are actively working to identify and arrest the suspect(s) who shot and killed a man in Oxon Hill. The victim is 25-year-old Marcus Shabazz of Washington DC. He had been reported missing in the District on January 12, 2020.

On January 14th, at approximately 7:30 pm, PGPD was requested to assist an MPDC detective investigating the victim’s disappearance. That investigation resulted in the victim’s body being discovered in a wooded area in the 1500 block of Iverson Street. He was located with multiple gunshot wounds and pronounced dead on the scene.

Detectives are working to establish a motive and identify suspect(s).

Any questions about MPDC’s missing persons case should contact that agency.

Anyone with information on the homicide is asked to call the Homicide Unit at 301-516-2512. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), or go online at www.pgcrimesolvers.com, or use the “P3 Tips” mobile app (search “P3 Tips” in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app onto your mobile device.) Please refer to case number 19-0057402.

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PGPD Investiga Homicidio en Oxon Hill

Detectives de la Unidad de Homicidios buscan identificar y arrestar al sospechoso(s) que mató a tiros a un individuo en Oxon Hill. La víctima fue identificada como Marcus Shabazz, de 25 años de edad y vecino de Washington DC. A éste le habían reportado como desaparecido en el Distrito de Columbia el 12 de enero de 2020.

El 14 de enero, a eso de las 7:30 pm, a PGPD se le solicitó que asistiera a un detective de la Policía Metropolitana de DC que investigaba la desaparición de la víctima. Esa investigación fue lo que llevó a que hallaran el cadáver de la víctima en un área boscosa cerca de la cuadra 1500 de Iverson Street. A éste le encontraron con múltiples heridas de bala y le declararon muerto en la escena.

Nuestros detectives continúan investigando para establecer un motivo e identificar posibles sospechosos.

Cualquier pregunta sobre la investigación de la desaparición del individuo deberá ser dirigida a la Policía Metropolitana de Washington DC.

Si alguien tiene información sobre éste caso, pedimos que por favor llame a la Unidad de Homicidios al 301-516-2512. Quienes deseen permanecer anónimos pueden llamar a Crime Solvers al 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), o ir en línea a www.pgcrimesolvers.com, o utilizar la aplicación móvil “P3 Tips” (busque “P3 Tips en el Apple Store o en Google Play para bajar la aplicación a su móvil). Por favor refiérase al caso 19-0057402.

WANTED WEDNESDAY


Theft from Auto Investigation



We are starting Wanted Wednesday with a suspect who stole from a vehicle at a gas station. The gas station is in the 10500 block of Baltimore Avenue in Beltsville. This took place on January 11th at approximately 9:50 am. The preliminary investigation reveals the suspect stole a purse from the victim’s vehicle while the victim was pumping gas. Can you identify the pictured suspect? If so, please give us a call at 1-866- 411- TIPS (8477) or 301-937-0910 and reference case number 20-0002058.


Commercial Armed Robbery Investigation

         Suspect 1            Suspect 2             Suspect 3            Suspect Vehicle

Please take a close look at the three suspects linked to an armed robbery at a business in Upper Marlboro. They targeted the store in the 10500 block of Chrysler Drive on January 7th. The preliminary investigation reveals one of the suspects pulled out a gun before two of the other suspects stole multiple items. The suspects fled in a white Ford Expedition. If you have any information pertaining to the identity of these individuals or the vehicle, we want to hear from you. A cash reward is being offered. Please call 1-866-411-TIPS (8477) or 301-390-2180 and reference case number 20-0001383



Commercial Burglary 

    Suspect 1                                                                           Suspect 2


And finally, we are working to identify and arrest these suspects who broke into a fast food restaurant in the 4900 block of Allentown Road in Suitland. They smashed the front door of the restaurant on January 2nd around 1:30 am. If you have any information on this case, please call 1-866-411-TIPS (8477) or 301-749-5049. Please refer to case 20-0000197.

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Suspect Who Robbed Victim of his Puppy at Gunpoint in Custody

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Juanel Huff 
Detectives identified and charged a woman who robbed a victim of his puppy at gunpoint in December in Landover. She is 26-year-old Juanel Huff of the 2600 block of Bowen Street SE in Washington D.C. She is in custody in the District.



On December 30, 2019, Huff and an accomplice robbed the victim of his puppy, Lobo, at Kent Village Drive and E. Ridge Drive in Landover.



The victim told our detectives that he was walking the puppy when he noticed a car pass him and then pull over a short distance ahead. Our preliminary investigation reveals Huff got out of the car and walked to the trunk. The victim says Huff approached him from behind, displayed a gun and demanded the puppy. The victim grabbed the weapon and the two began to struggle over the gun. That's when the second suspect approached. The victim let go of the gun. Huff then pulled the trigger several times, but the gun didn't fire. Huff grabbed the puppy and the two suspects sped away. The victim suffered minor injuries. 


On December 31st, 2019, a citizen spotted Lobo alone in Southeast D.C. and called authorities. He told detectives he recognized the puppy from local media coverage. Detectives drove to D.C. and recovered the puppy and returned him to his owners.

Huff is charged with attempted second degree murder, assault first degree, armed robbery and additional charges. She’s in custody in the District on an unrelated charge pending extradition to Prince George’s County. Detectives continue to work to identify Huff’s accomplice.  


Anyone with information on this case is asked to call 301-772-4425. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), or go online at www.pgcrimesolvers.com, or use the “P3 Tips” mobile app (search “P3 Tips” in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app onto your mobile device.)

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Sospechoso Que a Punta de Pistola le Robó Cachorrito a Víctima Se Encuentra Bajo Custodia

Nuestros Detectives identificaron y sometieron cargos contra la mujer que a mano armada le robó el cachorro a una víctima el mes pasado en Landover. Ésta fue identificada como Juanel Duff, de la cuadra 2600 de Bowen Street SE en Washington DC. Ésta se encuentra bajo custodia en el Distrito de Columbia.

El 30 de diciembre, Huff y un cómplice despojaron a la víctima de su cachorro, Lobo, entre el área de Kent Village Drive e E.Ridge Drive en Landover.

La víctima indicó a nuestros detectives que se encontraba paseando al cachorro cuando se percató de que un auto le pasó por el lado y se detuvo más adelante. Nuestra investigación preliminar reveló que Huff se bajó del auto y caminó hacia el baúl. La víctima sostiene que Huff se le acercó por la espalda, le mostró una pistola y exigió que le diera el perrito. La víctima agarró el arma y ambos comenzaron a forcejear. Fue entonces que se acercó el segundo sospechoso. La víctima soltó el arma. Huff procedió a halar el gatillo varias veces, pero la pistola no disparó. Huff agarró al cachorrito y los dos sospechosos se dieron a la fuga. La víctima sostuvo heridas menores.

El 31 de dicembre de 2019, una persona vio a Lobo caminano solo por Southeast DC y llamó a las autoridades. Ésta le dijo a los detectives que reconocía al cachorro por la cobertura que había visto en los medios. Nuestros detectives se dirigieron a DC, recuperaron al cachorro y se lo devolvieron a sus dueños.

Huff enfrenta cargos por tentativa de asesinato en segundo grado, agresión en primer grado y robo a mano armada, entre otros. Se encuentra bajo custodia en el Distrito de Columbia por otros cargos mientras aguarda ser extraditada al Condado de Prince George’s. Nuestros detectives continúan investigando para identificar al cómplice de de Huff.

Si alguien tiene información sobre éste caso, pedimos que por favor llame al 301-772-4425. Quienes deseen permanecer anónimos pueden llamar a Crime Solvers al 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), o ir en línea a www.pgcrimesolvers.com, o utilizar la aplicación móvil “P3 Tips” (busque “P3 Tips en el Apple Store o en Google Play para bajar la aplicación a su móvil).

Suspect Wanted in December Homicide in Custody

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Tysheek Judkins

Prince George’s County Police Homicide Unit detectives identified and charged a man in connection with a fatal shooting in December. He is 20-year-old Tysheek Judkins of the 3500 block of Dean Drive in the unincorporated section of Hyattsville. He’s charged with the fatal shooting of 20-year-old Deshawn Ramsey of Cockeysville. Judkins recently turned himself in to the Department of Corrections.

On December 27th, at approximately 9:30 am, patrol officers were called to the 3500 block of Dean Drive for the report of a shooting. They discovered Ramsey inside of an apartment suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead on the scene.

The preliminary investigation reveals Judkins shot the victim during an illegal drug transaction.
  
Judkins is charged with first degree murder and related charges. A court commissioner ordered him held on a no-bond status.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to call the Homicide Unit at 301-516-2512. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), or go online at www.pgcrimesolvers.com, or use the “P3 Tips” mobile app (search “P3 Tips” in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app onto your mobile device.). Please refer to case 19-0074584.

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Sospechoso de Asesinato Ocurrido en Diciembre Está Bajo Custodia

Detectives de la Unidad de Homicidios de la Policía del Condado de Prince George’s identificaron y sometieron cargos contra un individuo en conexión con un asesinato a tiros ocurrido a finales de diciembre. Éste fue identificado como Tysheek Judkins, de 20 años de edad y vecino de la cuadra 3500 de Dean Drive, dentro de una sección no-incorporada de Hyattsville. A éste se le acusa de haber matado a tiros a Deshawn Ramsey, de 20 años de edad y vecino de Cockeysville. Judkins se

El 27 de diciembre, a eso de las 9:30 am, nuestros oficiales acudieron a la cuadra 2500 de Dean Drive tras recibir información sobre un tiroteo. Al llegar, estos hallaron a Ramsey con múltiples heridas de bala dentro de un apartamento. A éste le declararon muerto en la escena.

La investigación preliminar reveló que Judkins le disparó a la víctima en medio de una transacción ilegal de drogas.

Judkins enfrenta cargos por asesinato en primer grado, entre otros. Un comisionado de la corte ordenó a que se le retuviera sin derecho a fianza.


Si alguien tiene información sobre éste caso, pedimos que por favor llame a la Unidad de Homicidios al 301-516-2512. Quienes deseen permanecer anónimos pueden llamar a Crime Solvers al 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), o ir en línea a www.pgcrimesolvers.com, o utilizar la aplicación móvil “P3 Tips” (busque “P3 Tips en el Apple Store o en Google Play para bajar la aplicación a su móvil).

Friday, January 10, 2020

Suspects in Process of Stealing Vehicle Drag Officer Attempting to Stop Them


Detectives released surveillance video of the suspects we are actively searching for who dragged and injured a patrol officer this morning in Lewisdale. The officer had just interrupted the criminals who were trying to steal their third vehicle in less than one hour. All of the targeted vehicles were started by their owners to warm up and then left unattended.
On the video, two vehicles pull up in front of a home on Hannon Street at approximately 5:45 am. The first vehicle was stolen yesterday in the Kentland area. The second vehicle had been stolen in a warm-up theft approximately 10 minutes prior to this video from outside of a home on nearby Drexel Street. One suspect gets out of the driver’s seat of the first vehicle, briefly talks to a second suspect, and then steals the car left running in the driveway. The victim called police and a description of the stolen car was broadcast to officers and detectives in the area. Several minutes later, a patrol officer spotted the group attempting to steal another unattended, running vehicle on 23rd Avenue. The officer approached the suspect in the driver’s seat and attempted to take him into custody. Instead of complying, the suspect accelerated and dragged the officer a short distance before fleeing the scene in the stolen vehicle. The officer suffered minor injuries.  
We are again urging all residents to not leave their vehicles running and unattended. This is a crime of opportunity and against the law. We’ve received reports of 20 jump in thefts so far this year.
Anyone with information on these stolen vehicles or these investigations are asked to 301-516-3788. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), or go online at www.pgcrimesolvers.com, or use the “P3 Tips” mobile app search “P3 Tips” in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app onto your mobile device.

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Sospechosos en Medio de Robo Vehicular Arrastran a Oficial que Intentaba Detenerlos

Nuestros detectives publicaron un video que muestra a un grupo de sospechosos a quienes buscamos por haber arrastrado y lesionado a un oficial de patrulla esta mañana en Lewisdale. El oficial acababa de interrumpir a los criminales que intentaban robarse un tercer vehículo en menos de una hora. Todos los vehículos robados habían sido encendidos y dejados desatendidos por sus dueños para que calentaran.

En el video, vemos que dos vehículos se detienen frente a una casa en Hannon Street, a eso de las 5:45 am. El primer vehículo fue robado ayer en el área de Kentland. El segundo vehículo había sido robado en un robo de vehículo desatendido en la calle cercana de Drexel Street, aproximadamente 10 minutos antes del video. Un sospechoso se baja del lado del conductor del primer vehículo, habla brevemente con un segundo sospechoso y luego se lleva el vehículo que estaba encendido en la entrada de la casa. La víctima llamó a la policía y se le transmitió una descripción del vehículo robado a todos los oficiales y detectives del área. Varios minutos después, un oficial de patrulla vio al grupo intentando llevarse otro vehículo desatendido en 23rd Avenue. El oficial se le acercó al conductor e intentó ponerle bajo custodia. En lugar de cooperar, el sopechoso aceleró y se llevó arrastrado al oficial una distancia corta antes de huir de la escena con el vehículo robado. El oficial sostuvo heridas menores.

Nuevamente urgimos a todos los residentes a que no dejen sus vehículos encendidos y desatendidos. En lo que va del año, hemos visto 20 incidentes reportados.

Pedimos que quien tenga información sobre estos vehículos hurtados o las investigaciones caso por favor llame al 301-516-3788. Quienes deseen permanecer anónimos pueden llamar a Crime Solvers al 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), o ir en línea a www.pgcrimesolvers.com, o utilizar la aplicación móvil “P3 Tips” (busque “P3 Tips en el Apple Store o en Google Play para bajar la aplicación a su móvil).

Thursday, January 9, 2020

PGPD Investigates Fatal Collision in Temple Hills

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The Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit is investigating a fatal collision in Temple Hills on Wednesday night. The victim is 38-year-old Kenyata James of Waldorf.

On January 8th, at approximately 10:50 pm, officers responded to the 5000 block of Temple Hill Road for a collision involving two vehicles. 

The preliminary investigation reveals James, who was the sole occupant in his vehicle, was traveling northbound on Temple Hill Road. For reasons that are under investigation, he crossed the double yellow line and crashed head-on with a vehicle in the southbound lanes. James was pronounced dead a short time later at a hospital. The second driver suffered what appear to be non-life-threatening injuries.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to call the Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit at 301-731-4422. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), or go online at www.pgcrimesolvers.com, or use the “P3 Tips” mobile app search “P3 Tips” in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app onto your mobile device.

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PGPD Investiga Mortal Choque en Temple Hills

La Unidad de Análisis y Reconstrucción de Choques investiga un mortal choque ocurrido el miércoles en Temple Hills. La víctima fue identificada como Kenyata James, de 38 años de edad y vecino de Waldorf.

El 8 de enero, a eso de las 10:50 pm, nuestros oficiales de patrulla acudieron a la cuadra 5000 de Temple Hill Road tras recibir información sobre un choque entre dos vehículos.

La investigación preliminar revela que James, quien era el única ocupante del vehículo, viajaba en dirección norte de Temple Hills Road. Por razones que aún permanecen bajo investigación, éste rebasó las líneas amarillas dobles y se estrelló de frente contra un vehículo que viajaba en los carriles de la dirección contraria. A James le declararon muerto en un hospital poco después. El segundo conductor sufrió lo que aparentaban ser lesiones menos grave.


Pedimos que quien tenga información sobre este caso por favor llame a la Unidad de Análisis y Reconstrucción de Choques al 301-731-4422. Quienes deseen permanecer anónimos pueden llamar a Crime Solvers al 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), o ir en línea a www.pgcrimesolvers.com, o utilizar la aplicación móvil “P3 Tips” (busque “P3 Tips en el Apple Store o en Google Play para bajar la aplicación a su móvil).

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Wanted Wednesday

Robbery Suspects


                   Suspect 1                 Suspect 2                     Suspect 3                Suspect 4                    
Up first this Wanted Wednesday, our search for four suspects who targeted two convenience stores within the same hour. Both robberies took place during the nighttime hours of January 5th. The first robbery occurred at a convenience store in the 1300 block of Chillum Road. The suspects pointed a gun at an employee and demanded money from the register.  A short time later, the same suspects robbed another convenience store in 5800 block of Greenbelt Road. If you recognize these suspects, please call 301-772-4905 or call 1-866-411-TIPS. Please refer to cases 20-0000968 and 20-0000984.

Search for Suspects


Suspect 1                         Suspect 2                         Suspect 3

Next, another robbery investigation, this time at a drugstore in District Heights. Detectives are asking for the community’s assistance in identifying these three suspects. The preliminary investigation reveals the suspects displayed a gun and demanded money from employees at the store in the 5700 block of Silver Hill Road. The suspects stole various prescription drugs and money then fled. This took place on the morning of January 3rd. If you recognize either of these suspects, please call 301-772-4905 or 1-866-411-TIPS and refer to case number 20-0000444.




Assault Suspect

Our next case involves a suspect who assaulted a victim at a restaurant. This pictured suspect is wanted for assaulting another customer at the restaurant in the 5700 block of Silver Hill Road. The incident occurred in the afternoon of December 26, 2019. If you recognize this suspect, please call 301-772-4911. Please refer to case 19-0074453. 


Package Theft


How about him? Does he look familiar? Our investigation reveals he swiped a package from a doorstep of a home on Barrington Court in Bowie. He was observed leaving the area in this dark-colored car. If you recognize him, please call 301-390-2160 and refer to case number 20-0001161.


Commercial Burglary

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Caught on camera! These suspects broke into a closed fast food restaurant in the 12000 block of Central Ave in the early morning hours of January 2nd. Once inside, the suspects attempted to steal money. If you have any information that could help identify these suspects, please call 301-390-2160. Please refer to case 20-0000195.


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