Sunday, December 30, 2012
Here's a quick look back at the biggest headlines of the week in Annapolis.
No. 1—Annapolis Police Seek Suspect in Credit Card Theft Annapolis police are searching for a woman in the theft of a purse and the use of stolen credit cards in a $6,300 shopping spree. Police said someone stole a $1,200 Jimmy Choo purse with the credit cards on Dec. 21. No. 2—Antique Store Moves to West Annapolis Visitors to the West Annapolis shopping district will find a new addition to the neighborhood: A vintage clothing and antique store called Retropolitan. The store opened in mid-December after relocating from Ellicott City. No. 3—Where to Celebrate New Year's 2013 in Annapolis Still don't have plans for New Year's Eve? Here are some places to celebrate in Annapolis, including a few family friendly options. No. 4—MD to Take …
Friday, December 28, 2012
Police say the woman in this picture used stolen credit cards for a $6,300 shopping spree over Christmas.
Annapolis police are searching for a woman in the theft of a purse and the use of stolen credit cards in a $6,300 shopping spree. Police said someone stole an Eastport woman's $1,200 Jimmy Choo purse from her car while it was parked in the driveway of her home on Dec. 21. The owner didn't report the theft until Wednesday after her credit card company called her about potential fraudulent charges. The owner told police she initially thought she misplaced her purse. The person being sought charged $4,931 on an American Express and $1,398 on a Macy's card before the owner could cancel her cards. If you know the identity of this person, please contact Detective Ben Keck at 410-268-9000 ext 5783 or BRKeck@annapolis.gov. Refer to case 12-6777 …
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Annapolis Police would like to question the woman in this picture in connection with the use of stolen credit cards.
Police are searching for a woman who they believe may have used stolen credit cards to spend more than $1600 at the Westfield Annapolis Mall. On Sept. 27 a purse was stolen from an employee at the Return to Oz consignment shop at 2011 West Street. The credit cards in that purse have since been used to buy hundreds of dollars worth of items from Macy's, Sears and the Bow Tie Cinemas. Please contact Det. Murphy with any information, 410-562-7759 or 410-268-9000 ext. 7268, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, October 5, 2012
Here's a look at all the crime stories that made headlines in Annapolis this week.
Police Release Photos of Credit Card Fraud Suspect Anne Arundel County Police are looking for a man who allegedly used stolen credit cards to purchase a flat-screen television at the Annapolis Target on Sept. 27. The cards were reported stolen from a locker at the LA Fitness on Brandermill Boulevard in Gambrills. 3 Annapolis Men Caught in Prostitution Sting Three Annapolis men were charged with soliciting prostitution from plain-clothed police officers on West Street near Monticello Avenue Wednesday night. Gregorio Garcia Cruz, 32, Abel Franco, 21, and Miguel Hernandez Cruz, 23, all of Annapolis, were each charged with one count of prostitution general. Annapolis Home Burglarized While Residents Were Inside An Annapolis couple was home …
Thursday, October 4, 2012
County police are looking for a man in connection with the use of stolen credit cards at the Target and Toys 'R' Us in Annapolis.
Police are looking for a man who allegedly used stolen credit cards to purchase a flat-screen television at the Annapolis Target on Sept. 27. Anne Arundel County police reported that the man attempted other transactions at Target and at the Toys “R” Us on West Street in Annapolis. The cards were reported stolen from a locker at the LA Fitness on Brandermill Boulevard in Gambrills. Police are also looking for another man in connection with credit cards that were stolen from the same LA Fitness in September. Anyone with information on the incident or suspect is asked to contact Detective Keane of the Western District Detective Unit at 410-222-6155.