Montgomery County Police Department reported a number of criminal incidents in Germantown from April 23 through May 8.
MCPD has arrested a Germantown man in connection with a residential burglary which took place on Thursday, April 26 at 5:25 pm in the 100 block of Sunnyview Court in Germantown. Police report that the residence was broken into, but nothing was taken.
Tyler Parise, age 24, of the 13500 block of Demetrius Way in Germantown was arrested in connection with this burglary. It is the fourth time that Parise has been arrested and charged with burglary or theft since January 1, 2018.
Court records, via Maryland Case Search, show that Parise was indicted on burglary charges related to another break-in which prosecutors say took place on Feb. 15. He was arrested and released from the Montgomery County Detention Center on April 21. Parise was arrested again five days later on charges related to the Sunnyview Court incident. He also faces assault charges related to this most recent arrest.
Police reported two other residential burglaries. The first took place in the 19400 block of Breezedale Lane in Germantown at approximately 10:15 pm on Saturday, April 28. Forced entry; nothing was taken.
Another residential burglary occurred in the 12600 block of Grey Eagle Court between approximately 5:00 pm and approximately 7:30 pm on Monday, May 7. Forced entry; property was taken.
MCPD report an attempted commercial burglary occurred at the Caspian Kabob restaurant located at 19911 Frederick Road between approximately 2:00 am and approximately 10:00 am on Thursday, April 26.
Police reported multiple thefts from vehicles occurred between Friday, May 4 and Tuesday, May 8. Affected streets included Kimono Circle, Bromfield Road, and Accent Way in Germantown. No force; cash was taken.
MCPD reminds residents that thefts from unlocked vehicles are easily prevented and continue to be a high-volume crime in Montgomery County. MCP urges residents to remove valuables, take vehicle keys, and lock vehicle doors.
MCPD reminds residents that additional incidents may have occurred and the reports had not yet been received at the time of publication, on May 23.