Police Report Four Burglaries in Germantown Area
Montgomery County Police Department reported a number of criminal incidents in Germantown from June 23 through June 30.
Police reported four burglaries to residencies in the Germantown in the last week of June.
The first occurred in the 14000 block of Falconcrest Road on Tuesday, June 23 between 6:30 am and 7:30 pm. Police say thieves forced their way into the house and stole property.
The next took place the following day, Wednesday, June 24 between noon and 1:30 pm on Breezedale Lane. Again, police say thieves forced entry into the residence and stole property.
The third residential burglary occurred in the 19000 block of Forest Brook Road between 10:00 pm, June 26 and 6:30 am Saturday, June 24. Once again, police say the thieves forced their way into the residence and stole property.
The fourth residential burglary took place between Friday, June 26 and Sunday, June 28 in the 14000 block of Byrne Park Drive in Boyds. Police say there was no forced entry in this case, but property was taken from the residence.
Montgomery County Police also reported a fourth-degree sexual assault in a restaurant in the 19820 block of Century Boulevard on Sunday, June 28.
Police from District Five also reported a number of thefts from vehicles between June 22 and June 30.
Two thefts from vehicles occurred on Crystal Rock Drive between June 22 and June 24. In both cases, force was used to enter the vehicles and property taken. Police say it is unknown if the incidents are related.
Police say that four thefts from vehicles occurred in the parking lot of Lowfield Drive in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 28. No force; property was taken.
Five more thefts from vehicles occurred on Sunday, June 28 on Red Robin Terrace, Cross Ridge Drive, Caravan Drive and two incidents on Lullaby Road. No force, but property was taken in all of these incidents.
MCPD reminds residents that additional incidents may have occurred, and the reports had not yet been received at the time of publication, on July 10.