• Wix Facebook page
  • Wix Twitter page
  • Wix Google+ page

Knife Wielding Suspect Punches Bicyclist

October 24, 2014

Montgomery County Police Department reported a number of criminal incidents in Germantown from Oct. 6 through Oct. 14.

   MCPD report an aggravated assault occurred at 18469 Stone Hollow Drive in Germantown on Saturday, Oct. 11 while the victim was riding his bicycle. A black male wearing green cargo pants,  a black fleece jacket, black tennis shoes called the victim over and asked if that was the suspect’s bike. The suspect then punched the bicyclist in the face. The suspect pulled and knife, the victim ran and was chased. The suspect has not been caught.

   Montgomery County Police have arrested a juvenile from Bent Creek Terrace in Germantown in connection with a residential burglary which occurred at 20204 Shipley Terrance in Germantown. The victim noticed that certain property would go missing from his room, and installed a video camera in his closet. The video showed the suspect using a key to get into the apartment and stealing seven $20 bills from the closet. The victim has had $6,190 in cash, jewelry and other property taken over time.

   A domestic-related aggravated assault occurred in the1900 block of Marksburg Court in Germantown on Oct. 14, resulted in the arrest of Pernell Demar, 46, of Germantown. “During a dispute the ex-boyfriend went into the kitchen, grabbed a knife, and threatened the victim. During a struggle the suspect’s hand received a minor cut. He was found nearby and arrested,” said the MCPS website.

   MCPS report a resident burglar occurred at 13200 block of Trimfield Lane in Germantown on Tuesday, Oct. 14 between 6:00 am and 6:00 pm. A friend of the victim noticed the rear window broken and called police. There were multiple rooms searched with a gold chain, a PS3, a Civil War knife collection and a collection of elephant trunk knives taken.

   A residential burglary occurred in the 13100 block of Wonderland Way in Germantown on Thursday, Oct. 9 between 4:30 am and 3:00 pm. The victim lives on the second floor and left his rear, sliding glass door ajar, according to police. On his return from work he found his dogs corralled into one room and the sliding glass door was off its track and wide open.  A safe containing $1,700 cash and documents was taken along with a laptop and power tools.

   MCPS reports an attempted burglary at 11700 block of Summer Oak Drive in Germantown overnight between Tuesday, Oct. 7 and Wednesday, Oct. 8. There was attempted forced entry but nothing was taken.

   Police report a sex offense at John T. Baker Middle School, at 25400 Oak Drive in Damascus on Monday, Oct. 6 at 11:15 am. The suspect inappropriately touched the victim. The suspect is known to the victim, reports MCPS.

   Two thefts from vehicles occurred on the 20900 block of Fredrick Road in Germantown on Wednesday, Oct. 8 between 6:30 am and 6:15 pm. Police report that vehicle parts were taken.

   MCPD reminds residents that additional incidents may have occurred and the reports had not yet been received at the time of publication, on Oct. 24. 

 

Please reload

Please reload

Featured Posts

Thank You, Germantown, for Five Amazing Years

Morning Storm Floods Many Germantown Roads, Create...

Spirit Comeback Falls Short in 2-1 Loss to North C...

Germantown Glory Fireworks Set to Celebrate the 4t...

Spirit Hope to Remain Unbeaten as They Host Defend...

Germantown Woman Set to Compete for Hot Dog Eating...

Three Teen Girls Sent to Hospital After an Assault

Montgomery County DLC is Changing Its Name to Alco...

Council Reappoints Anderson as Chair of Planning B...

County Forces Planet Fitness to Stop Giving Free P...

Germantown Man Found Guilty of Manslaughter and Ar...

Germantown Market Cited for Selling Egg-Bearing Fe...

Montgomery College Selects Builder for $40 Million...

Council Passes Bill to Allow Tenants to Terminate...

County Leaders to Host Conversation on Racial Equi...

Sullivan Strikes as Spirit Draw on the Road at Rei...

1/1
Please reload

Germantown Pulse has stopped production
of original content for this website,
as of Aug. 1, 2019.
Germantown Pulse continues to provide news and information from other local source through links on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Thank you to our loyal readers and advertisers for a wonderful and fulfilling five years.

Germantown Pulse

Thank You, Germantown, for Five Amazing Years

July 19, 2019

Morning Storm Floods Many Germantown Roads, Create...

July 8, 2019

Spirit Comeback Falls Short in 2-1 Loss to North C...

July 1, 2019

Germantown Glory Fireworks Set to Celebrate the 4t...

July 1, 2019

Spirit Hope to Remain Unbeaten as They Host Defend...

June 28, 2019

1/3
Please reload

Germantown, Maryland's Hometown News Source

Comments, Questions, Ideas, or Suggestions 
Please, please, please drop us an email.
Advertise with GermantownPulse 
Reach LOCAL customers email us.
Have a photo for our Around Town section?
Submit it here.
Comments, Questions, Ideas, or Suggestions 
Please, please, please drop us an email.

    Like what you read? Donate now, help GermantownPulse provide more news to the community

© 2016 by Germantown Pulse.