An unknown suspect faces charges for reportedly stealing a car from a parking lot on Newtowne Drive.
Annapolis police charged a yet-to-be-named suspect in connection with a car theft in the 700 block of Newtowne Drive on Sunday. The owner reported a 2000 Dodge Intrepid missing on Sunday at about 8 a.m., saying the car was parked in the lot across from the apartment on Saturday night. The owner also told police someone stole the car in October, but returned it later, so it was never reported as stolen. The owner said the car was returned with no damage and nothing was taken, according to the police report. Police found the car and charged the suspect later on Sunday.
Lifelong Annapolis resident Terrell Martin lost the majority of his revenue stream when someone stole his tow truck while he slept.
An Annapolis man is faced with the loss of about 80 percent of his income after someone stole his tow truck from Newtowne Drive near Juliana Circle. Terrell Martin, 28, started Martin's Towing about two years ago on his own after he saved up to buy a black 2006 Ford flatbed tow truck. "I just think it's crazy," Martin said. "After working so hard trying to get the truck, I finally got it and this happens." Police said someone stole the vehicle between 8 p.m. Aug. 13 and 9 a.m. Aug. 14. The tow truck has Martin’s Towing written on the driver’s and passenger’s side doors. Martin said he's hopeful the police will be able to locate the truck since it represents "major income" for him. He said he has full-coverage insurance, but it could take …