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MCPD Arrest Two After Man Robbed at Gunpoint



Montgomery County Police Department reported a number of criminal incidents in Germantown from August 8 through August 16.

Montgomery County Police have arrested two men in connection with an armed robbery which took place in the 13100 block of Middlebrook Road in the early morning hours of Saturday, August 6. According to police, an adult male victim as walking on Middlebrook Road when he was approached by two men on foot. One of the men displayed a handgun and demanded the victim's property.

Police were able to apprehend the the suspects after the victim saw his two assailants again on Monday, August 8. Arrested were Tymel Nyreem Hoes, 22, of Germantown and Jo Nathan Worth, 22, of Columbus, GA. According to police, at the time of the arrest a loaded handgun was found on one of the suspects.

5th District - Germantown police reported two muggings between August 4 and August 8.

MCPD reported the first strong-arm robbery took place on Thursday, August 4 at approximately 1:30 pm in the area of Frederick Road and Foreman Boulevard in Clarksburg. A juvenile male victim was walking and approached by two unknown black males. One of the suspects punched him in the face and took his phone.

A second strong-arm robbery took place at about 3:30 pm on Monday, August 8 in the 19600 block of Frederick Road in Germantown. MCPD said the call originally came from MCFRS who responded to the report of a man down. When Fire/Rescue arrived the man told them he was assaulted by four black males who had stolen his wallet.

Montgomery County Police reported that a motorcycle was stolen from a driveway in the 19600 block of Waters Road in Germantown between 10:45 pm and 11:15 pm on Thursday, August 4.

Police reported that Ethel Rose Way in Boyds was targeted by criminals on Monday, August 4. Police said a residential garage was burglarized in the 12900 block of Ethel Rose Way in the early morning hours. Police also reported two thefts from vehicles occurred at about the same time in the 12800 block of Ethel Rose Way in Boyds. Police said no forced entry but property was taken.

Montgomery County Police reported a number of residential burglaries in the 5th District between August 1 and August 7.

Police reported two residential burglaries and an attempted residential burglary occurred in the 19600 block of Galway Bay Circle in Germantown between approximately 12:40 pm and approximately 1:00 pm on Friday, August 5. Police reported that there were forced entries; property was taken.

A residential burglary occurred in the 12200 block of Brittania Circle in Germantown between approximately 10:00 am.and approximately 10:00 pm on Monday, August 1. Forced entry; property was taken.

Another residential burglary occurred at 12000 block of Winding Creek Way in Germantown in the early morning hours of Sunday, August 7. No forced entry; property was taken.

Police reported a number of thefts from vehicles and remind all residents to lock their vehicles and remove valuables.

Multiple thefts from vehicles occurred during the day on Monday, August 1. No force; property and cash were taken. Affected streets include Winterspoon Lane, Post Creek Place, and Laurel Hill Way in Germantown.

Multiple thefts from vehicles occurred in the early morning hours of Wednesday, August 3. Some of the vehicles were entered with force; property and cash were taken. Affected streets include Bedford Court, Zinnia Circle, Elderberry Terrace, and Apple Harvest Circle in Germantown.

MCPD reminds residents that additional incidents may have occurred and the reports had not yet been received at the time of publication, on Aug. 18.

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