Germantown Police Blotter
Montgomery County Police Department reported a number of criminal incidents in Germantown from Sept. 8 through Sept. 16.
The Montgomery County Police website, www.mymcpnews.com reported a 20-year-old Germantown man was arrested in connection with a theft from a vehicle which occurred on Quail Woods Drive in Germantown between Tuesday, Sept. 9 and Wednesday, Sept. 11.
A residential burglary occurred on the 19300 block of Circle Gate Drive in Germantown on Monday, Sept. 15 at 2:30 am. MCPD reports the arrest of a 51-year-old Gaithersburg man, who was known to the victim.
Another residential burglary occurred on the 19500 block of Crystal Rock Drive in Germantown on Tuesday, Sept. 16 at 12:30 am. Police have arrested a 37-year-old Germantown man in connection with this incident, the suspect is in this case was known to the victim.
MCPD have arrested a 19-year-old Germantown woman in connection with an aggravated assault which took place on Tuesday, Sept. 16 at 5:15 pm in the 19800 block of Century Boulevard in Germantown. The suspect in this case is known to the victim.
MCPD also reported four thefts from vehicles throughout the N1 Beat. The N1 Beat includes the area north of the MARC train tracks and south of Route 270 between Little Bennett Lake and Great Seneca State Park. The thefts occurred on different overnight periods in residential areas on Waring Station Road, Drive, Wyman Way, Alderleaf Terrace and Waterside Drive in Germantown. The items taken from vehicles included a spare tire, starter cables, a dead battery, iPods and change.
There were seven reported thefts from vehicles throughout the N2 Beat. The N2 Beat includes the area south of the MARC train tracks to Schaffer Road between Bucklodge Road (MD Rt. 117) and Great Seneca State Park. The thefts occurred on different nights on Climbing Ivy Drive, Lullaby Road, Mateny Road, Porterfield Way and Harmony Woods in Germantown. Taken were coins, cash, wallet and purses.
MCPD reminds residents that additional incidents may have occurred and the reports had not yet been received at the time of publication, on Sept. 26.