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Greenbelt Police Report: Armed Robbers Take Hair, Man Robbed of Wallet at Gunpoint, 6 Burglaries

The following arrest information was supplied by the Greenbelt Police Department for Sept. 21 - 25. It does not indicate a conviction.

 

Two armed robberies; six burglaries; drug arrest; 3 vandalism incidents; 2 trespassing arrests, and automotive crimes in the latest Greenbelt Police report.

Center City 

Sept. 21 at 7:41 p.m.: Armed Robbery. 7900 block Belle Point Drive. Two suspects entered a business, . The suspects are described as black males, 5’5”-5’9”, 140 pounds, with one wearing green contact lessons and a gray hooded sweatshirt. The suspects fled in a black vehicle, possibly a Buick or a Toyota.

Sept. 22 at 2:32 a.m.: DUI/DWI Arrest. Kenilworth Avenue at Rt. 495. A Landover man was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and driving while impaired by alcohol, among other charges after a traffic stop. The suspect was released on citations pending trial.

At 2:52 a.m.: DUI/DWI Arrest. 6300 block Kenilworth Avenue. A Silver Spring man was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and driving while impaired by alcohol, among other charges after a traffic stop. The suspect was released on citations pending trial.

Sept. 23 at 8:53 p.m.: Drug Arrest. Unit block Southway. A Lanham teenager was arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, after a traffic stop. The suspect was released on a citation pending trial.

Franklin Park, Beltway Plaza, Greenbelt Metro, Capitol Office Park

Sept. 21 at 8:14 p.m.: Burglary. 6100 block Springhill Terrace. Electronics were taken.

Sept. 22 at 12:26 a.m.: Vandalism. 6000 block Springhill Drive. A window was broken.

At 4:08 p.m.: Trespassing. 6000 block Greenbelt Road. A Greenbelt man was arrested and charged with trespassing on private property. The suspect was released on a citation pending trial.

At 11:07 p.m.: Vandalism. 5800 block Cherrywood Terrace. A window was broken.

Sept. 23 at 9:33 p.m.: Burglary. 5800 block Cherrywood Terrace. Electronics were taken.

At 9:34 p.m.: Armed Robbery. 5800 block Cherrywood Lane. Two suspects approached the victim, displayed a handgun and took the victim’s wallet. The suspects are described as black males, one 5’2”, the other 5’7”, both wearing gray hooded sweatshirts and dark colored pants.

At 10:55 p.m.: Burglary. 9100 block Edmonston Terrace. Electronics were taken. 

At 11:28 p.m.: Trespassing. 5800 block Cherrywood Lane. A Capitol Heights man was arrested and charged with trespassing on private property and disorderly conduct. The suspect was released to the Department of Corrections for a hearing before a District Court Commissioner.

Sept. 24 at 10:23 a.m.: Burglary. 9100 block Edmonston Road. Electronics and jewelry were among the items. 

At 4:17 p.m.: Burglary. 9100 block Springhill Lane. A carpet cleaner was taken.

Sept. 25 at 9:50 p.m.: Vandalism. 6000 block Springhill Drive. A window was broken. 

At 10:09 p.m.: Burglary. 6100 block Breezewood Court. Electronics, jewelry and currency were among the items taken.

Greenbelt East, Greenway Shopping Center

No crime was listed in this section.

Automotive Crime—City Wide

Sept. 23: Recovered Stolen Vehicle. 7900 block Mandan Road. A gold 2003 Chrysler Van with MD tags was recovered after being stolen from Suitland. No arrests were made.

Vandalism. 7600 block Hanover Parkway. A vehicle door was damaged.

Sept. 24: Stolen/Recovered Vehicle. 9100 block Edmonston Court. A blue 2002 Chrysler Van with MD tags was taken and later recovered in the 6100 block of Breezewood Court. No arrests were made.

Theft from Auto. 100 block Centerway. Currency and a registration card were taken.

Sept. 25: Recovered Stolen Vehicle. 9100 block Springhill Lane. A gold 2000 Dodge Intrepid with DC tags, reported stolen through Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia, was recovered. No arrests were made.

Vandalism. 9000 block Breezewood Terrace. Graffiti was found on a car.

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