Tuesday, August 7, 2012
He wore a mask, pointed a shotgun, and demanded money, according to police.
Police have a description of a man who robbed the Burger King at 8800 Greenbelt Road. He is a black male, approximately 6-foot-2, in his mid 20s, with a medium complexion and weighs about 210 pounds, according to Cpl. Larry Johnson, Prince George's County Police spokesperson. He was wearing a black ski mask and all black clothing, Johnson added. The suspect displayed a black shotgun and demanded money, Johnson said of Thursday morning's robbery. He fled the scene in a Dodge Stratus, according to Johnson. The Burger King is located in Cipriano Square Plaza, across from NASA Goddard.
Monday, May 21, 2012
A man and woman are dead after a minivan slammed into an SUV on the BW Parkway by the Greenbelt, MD, exit.
U.S. Park Police say a crash has killed a man and a woman after their cars collided near the Route 193 exit for Greenbelt, MD, on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway Sunday, according to a report by WJTV. Police say 49-year-old Judith Shinogle died at the scene on Sunday, when a minivan driven by 22-year-old Mohammad Hossain crossed the parkway's median at about 6:30 a.m. and slammed into the SUV Shinogle was in, according to the report. When Hossain crossed the median he was headed southbound on the parkway near the Route 193 exit. He was taken to the hospital where he later died, according to WJTV.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Two armed robberies occurred on April 24 in Greenbelt.
Update, 1:55 p.m.: Police are investigating whether the April 24 armed robberies on Greenbelt Road and Lakeside Drive are related, Officer Kelly Lawson, spokesperson for the Greenbelt Police Department, told Patch Tuesday. The two suspects who robbed a man on Greenbelt Road stole his cell phone and money, but the victim was not injured according to Lawson. Original Post, May 1, 12:25 p.m.: Two suspects displaying a handgun demanded a victim's property on the 7500 block of Greenbelt Road at 11:21 p.m. on April 24, according to the Greenbelt Police Department. One of the suspects was described as a 5-foot 11 black male, with a thin build and long dreadlocks, who was wearing a black quilted coat, police stated. The gender of the second …
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Officers responded to an accident on Greenbelt Road near Kenilworth Avenue in Greenbelt, MD on Thursday.
At 9:47 a.m. on Thursday officers responded to an accident report on Greenbelt Road (Route 193) in the area of Kenilworth Avenue (Route 201), according to Officer Kelly Lawson with the Greenbelt Police Department. One person was transported to a local hospital for evaluation, Lawson said.
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
A preliminary investigation indicates an injured Hyattsville man failed to stop at the red signal on Greenbelt Road, according to the Greenbelt Police Department.
Capt. Thomas Kemp of the Greenbelt Police Department said the Hyattsville man injured in Monday's accident on Greenbelt Road remains in serious condition, "but he is still with us." A preliminary investigation indicates the Hyattsville driver of a 1995 GMC Safari van was headed westbound on Greenbelt Road (Route 193) when he ran a red signal at Kenilworth Avenue (MD 201), according to Kemp. A Honda and a third vehicle heading east on Greenbelt Road were turning left, and the Honda hit the van broadside and pushed it into the curve, Kemp added, saying the van flipped and landed, resting on the driver's side. A third vehicle was in close proximity to the accident but in no way contributed to the accident, Kemp said.
Monday, June 20, 2011
An accident at Greenbelt Road and Kenilworth Avenue sent a Hyattsville man to the hospital, according to the Greenbelt Police Department.
A Hyattsville man is in critical but stable condition in Prince George’s Hospital after his van flipped over in an accident involving three vehicles at the intersection of Greenbelt Road (Route 193) and Kenilworth Avenue (MD 201), according to Captain Thomas Kemp, of the Greenbelt Police Department. Kemp said the call came in at 5:30 p.m., and police closed off all lanes to do a re-enactment in case it turns into a fatality. But he said, thankfully, the Hyattsville man is still alive. Notifications have gone out, Kemp said.