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Stolen Vehicle Leads Police Blotter


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Montgomery County Police Department reported a number of criminal incidents in Germantown from Dec. 29 through Jan. 6.

MCPD report that a vehicle was stolen from the 13000 block of Demetrias Way in Germantown on Saturday, Jan. 3 between 1:00 am and 9:00 am.

MCPD report an aggravated assault on the 25000 block of Applecross Terrace in Damascus on Saturday, Jan. 3 between 9:30 pm and 10:00 pm. The suspect is known to the victim.

There were three residential burglaries in the Germantown area between Tuesday, Dec. 30 and Monday, Jan. 5

The first took place on the 12000 block of Grey Eagle Court in Germantown between Dec. 30 and Thursday, Jan. 1. Police report there was forced entry and property was taken.

The second residential burglary took place on Wednesday, Dec. 31 at about 1:30 pm on the 1100 block of Hawks Terrace in Germantown. Unknown entry and nothing was taken.

Another residential burglary occurred on Monday, Jan. 5 between 5:45 am and 7:00 pm on the 18000 block of Black Kettle Drive in Boyds. Forced entry, but it is unknown what was taken.

MCPD report four thefts from vehicles in the M2 beat between Sunday, Jan. 4 and Monday, Jan 5. Streets affected included Village Green Circle and Vaden Terrace in Germantown. Items taken included a jacket, sunglasses, a hat, phone chargers, boots and a wallet.

There were seven thefts from vehicles reported by MCPD in the N1 beat between Dec. 29 and Jan. 6. Incidents occurred on Musser Court, Eagles Roost Drive, Stone Hollow Drive, Ansel Terrace, Clopper Ridge Road, and Warrior Brook Drive in Germantown. Items taken included an EZ pass, change, clothing, a purses.

MCPD reminds residents that additional incidents may have occurred and the reports had not yet been received at the time of publication, on Jan. 16.

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