Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Annapolis police say the equipment was taken from the Boys & Girls Club at Admiral Oaks.
Police said someone stole more than $15,000 in electronics from the Annapolis Boys & Girls Club at Admiral Oaks earlier this week. The theft reportedly occurred at the club, located in the 400 block of Captains Circle, between 12:15 p.m. Monday and 8 a.m. Tuesday. According to Annapolis Police, without showing a sign of forced entry, someone entered the Boys & Girls Club and took a black Samsung 46-inch flat-screen TV, money, an X-Box Kinect gaming system, and 14 silver and black Dell laptop computers. Police said the total value of what was taken is $15,080.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Crime in 2012 increased less than 1 percent overall.
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, February 12
Despite an increase in 2012, the crime rate in the city of Annapolis is still at its lowest point since the mid-1970s, according to information released by the Annapolis Police Department on Tuesday. Some highlights from 2012 data: There were two homicides (one in June 2012 and one in December 2012) compared to one homicide in 2011. The city has already seen its first homicide for this year: In January, police arrested two men in connection with the fatal shooting of Howard Durley in the 1900 block of Copeland Street. Click here to see more details relased by the Annapolis Police Department.
Monday, February 4, 2013
Police report that items—ranging from tires to a Coach purse containing iPods—were removed from vehicles, and a car was taken when the owner left it running outside to warm up.
Here's a roundup of police incidents in the city of Annapolis from Jan. 29 to Feb. 3, according to Annapolis Police. Jan. 29: Theft from Vehicle, 900 block of West Street Jan. 30: Theft from Vehicle, Unit block of Bristol Drive Feb. 2: Theft from Vehicle, 200 block of Hilltop Lane Feb. 3: Stolen Vehicle, 600 block of Greenbriar Lane Editor's note: This is not an all-inclusive list of crimes reported in Annapolis.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Police say about $2,700 worth of items were stolen from a home on Brannock Terrace.
An expired passport, electronics and jewelry were taken from a home in the 700 block of Brannock Terrace on Monday, according to Annapolis Police. The homeowner told police that he left his home around noon on Monday. When he returned around 9:50 p.m., he noticed a 62-inch Samsung television, an Apple MacBook Pro, a Dell laptop, an iPhone, an expired passport and jewelry were missing. Police estimated the total value of the items at $2,700.
Police say an armed robber took $325 from a man walking in the unit block of President Street on Monday night.
An Annapolis man was robbed at gunpoint in the unit block of President Street around 7:30 p.m. on Monday, according to Annapolis Police. The man told police that the assailant approached, displayed a handgun and demanded money. He took $325 from the victim and fled on foot towards the 1100 block of Madison Street. The investigation is on-going.
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Police reported that someone stole $1,800 in tools from an Annapolis man's work truck.
Someone smashed the passenger side window of a work truck in the unit block of Heathstone Court and stole an array of tools sometime between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, according to the Annapolis Police. The owner told police a mitre saw, circular saw, drill and a tool box containing miscellaneous tools were all missing from his Ford F150 on Wednesday morning. The tools are estimated to cost $1,800. His community does not have any cameras in the parking lot and his truck was too dirty to take fingerprints. Correction: Patch originally reported the value of the stolen equipment at $800. The correct value is $1,800. Patch regrets the error.
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Police said they found the man in a blood-soaked shirt at State Circle.
A 42-year-old Annapolis man suffered life threatening injuries after someone repeatedly stabbed him while he was walking home around midnight on Monday. Police responded to State Circle for report of a stabbing and discovered a man sitting on the curb—his white shirt soaked in blood, Police said. Someone stabbed the man four times, and police said he was "bleeding profusely" when they arrived on scene. The man told police he watched a football game at a friend's house before heading home on foot shortly before midnight. He was passing by the Arundel Center at 44 Calvert St. when someone approached him from behind and attacked him. He told police he didn't get a good look at his attacker. The man was taken to Baltimore Shock Trauma for …
Monday, October 8, 2012
Eight out of nine vehicles showed no signs of forced entry and many were reported to be unlocked.
Only one of the nine vehicles broken into around Annapolis since Oct. 2 showed signs of forced entry, according to police. GPS units, laptops, and money were stolen from vehicles that were nearly all left unlocked. Police advise all residents to make sure they lock their cars doors and roll up their windows. Here are the locations:
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Police report that the couple found a back door open and items missing after hearing noises from the first floor.
An Annapolis couple was home when someone broke into their house in the 900 block of Windsor Avenue on Tuesday evening, according to Annapolis police. The couple was in their bedroom on the second floor when they heard footsteps coming from downstairs around 11 p.m., police said. The pair went to investigate and told police they noticed a rear window was open and so was their back door. The couple reported that they left the window open with its screen shut before going upstairs on Tuesday night. Police said a Canon camera, two Canon camera lenses, a white and grey Coach purse and a brown tri-fold wallet were taken from the couple's coffee table.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Anne Arundel County Police are looking for the person shown in these photos in connection with an armed robbery on West Street in Annapolis.
Anne Arundel County Police are searching for a suspect in the armed robbery of the Rite Aid Pharmacy located at 2027 West St. in Annapolis on Saturday morning. Police reported that a man approached the check out counter, handed the employee some money and asked the clerk for change. When the clerk opened the register, the man pulled a black handgun out of his waistband and demanded all the money in the register. Police report that the man took the money and fled the store. He is described as a black male between 5 feet 11 inches and 6 feet and in his mid- to late 20s. Anyone with information is urged to contact Detective Clifford Van Hoesen of the Robbery Unit at 410-222-3469 (3566) or Metro Crime Stoppers. See also: Man Robs Annapolis …