Teenager Robbed at Knifepoint in Broad Daylight in Town Center
Montgomery County Police Department reported a number of criminal incidents in Germantown from October 27 through Nov. 9.
A teenager was robbed at knifepoint in broad daylight in Germantown Center on Saturday Nov. 7 by two black male teenagers. Montgomery County Police say that at 4:30 pm, the youth was approached in the 19800 block of Century Boulevard by two black males which he did not know. One of the teens, who police said are 17- or 18-years-old, displayed a knife and demanded money.
One week earlier, on Saturday, Oct. 31 an adult male was also robbed by two individuals who allegedly had a knife in the area of Frederick Road and Wheatfield Drive in Germantown at about noon. The victim who was an adult male had just gotten off a bus and was approached by the two suspects. The told him that they had a knife and forcibly took his bag and removed the cash from his wallet before returning his wallet.
Later that day, police arrested two black males in connection with this robbery. Police arrested Corey Twyman, 22 of Bethesda and a 17-year-old male from Boyds. Police traced the pair to the Germantown Transit Center and arrested them at that location.
Montgomery County Police reported four commercial burglaries in the Germantown area between Oct. 30 and Nov. 7.
The first occurred at Tri County Fence & Decks located at 24520 Frederick Road between Friday, Oct. 30 and Sunday, Nov. 1. Police say that in this case burglars forced their way into the property and stole cash and property.
MCPD also reported a burglary at the American Spine Surgery Center located at 20680 Seneca Meadows Parkway on Monday, Nov. 2 at 4:22 am. Forced entry; property taken.
Another burglary occurred at a construction site located at 11701 Little Seneca Parkway over the weekend between Friday, Nov. 6 and Monday, Nov. 9. Forced entry; property taken.
A fourth commercial burglary occurred at a building located at 22300 Comsat Drive in Clarksburg on Saturday, Nov. 7. Police report a forced entry but nothing was taken.
MCPD also reported six residential burglaries in the Germantown area between October 28 and Nov. 7.
The first residential burglary took place on Wednesday, Oct. 28 in the 19200 block of Plummer Drive in the early morning hours. Police say the burglars forced their way into the residence and stole property.
Another residential burglary occurred in the 14200 block of Kings Crossing Boulevard on Thursday, Oct. 28 between 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm. No forced entry; property taken.