Wednesday, March 13, 2013
The man was arrested and charged on a number of counts.
Prince George's County deputies arrested Delona Walker, of Ft. Washington, last week on a warrant for multiple counts of first degree burglary. According to the warrant, Walker and another man were arrested on Feb. 13 in a stolen vehicle from Fairfax, VA, after the driver and front seat passenger fled from the car. The Prince George's County Police arrested them in the 6900 block of Cherryfield Road. A search of the vehicle revealed assorted stolen items that were reportedly taken from a number of homes in Prince George's County, police said. Walker is charged with two counts of first gegree burglary, two counts of conspiracy to commit first degree burglary, two counts of theft: over $1,000 to under $10,000, theft-scheme: over $1,000 to …
Friday, February 1, 2013
Police say Gary Lee-Thomas, 28, ran from officers and hid in a greenhouse after neighbors said he was "casing" homes in the Ashburton neighborhood.
An Upper Marlboro man has been charged with burglary after police say he ran through a Bethesda neighborhood and hid in a greenhouse behind a home in an attempt to elude officers. Police said Gary Lee-Thomas, 28, of the 6500 block of Gold Yarrow Lane in Upper Marlboro, fled from officers in the Ashburton neighborhood after neighbors reported he appeared to be casing homes. Police responded to the 10100 block of Ashburton Lane around noon on Friday, Jan. 18 after receiving several calls about a man “who was walking around the neighborhood and seemed to be examining houses,” said Officer Rebecca Innocenti, a police spokeswoman. When police encountered Lee-Thomas, they say he ran from officers. Using a canine who picked up his scent, …
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Deputies find suspect in Lanham with a Nintendo Wii, one of the items he allegedly stole, according to the Prince George's sheriff's office.
A felony burglary suspect was arrested Wednesday in Lanham, according to the Prince George's County Office of the Sheriff. He was found with a Nintendo Wii, one of the items he allegedly stole, the sheriff's office said. Mark Atuonah, 20, of Lanham, was charged with first-degree burglary, misdemeanor theft and malicious destruction of property, according to the sheriff's office. Atuonah allegedly broke into a Lanham residence in the 6600 block of 97th Avenue on Oct. 18 and stole a Wii video gaming system, two laptop computers, sports memorabilia items, a computer hard drive and $600, according to the sheriff's office. Sheriff's deputies apprehended him at his residence in the 6500 block of 97th Avenue and transported him to the Prince …
Thursday, October 18, 2012
The man was arrested Tuesday for a burglary that occurred over the summer.
A suspect in an Upper Marlboro home burglary was arrested Tuesday by the Prince George's Sheriff's Office. Deputies arrested Marcus Hardy on an arrest warrant obtained on Sept. 27 by the Prince George's County Police for first degree burglary. According to the warrant, Hardy allegedly sold $600 worth of stolen property at a local pawn shop on July 6. The property linked back to a June burglary in the 1000 block of Phillips Drive in Upper Marlboro, the warrant stated. Hardy was arrested at a home in the 10,000 block of Elizabeth Parnum Place in Upper Marlboro Tuesday. Hardy was charged with theft of less than $1,000 and he was taken into custody and being held on a $25,000 bond.
Thursday, September 13, 2012
The were arrested at a home in Seat Pleasant.
Prince George's Sheriff's deputies arrested and charged two men Tuesday with kidnapping and burglary. Brandon Lee and Terrace Buckman Jr. were arrested without incident in Seat Pleasant. According to deputies, on Aug. 29 the suspects approached a man in the 10700 block of Bickford Avenue in Clinton and Lee allegedly exited the blue vehicle and grabbed the man from behind, forcing him into the backseat of the vehicle. Buckman then allegedly reached down to get a handgun, and the victim jumped out of the car and ran, the warrant stated. On May 4, deputies said, Buckman allegedly entered a home in the 6800 block of Groveton Road in Clinton and allegedly took $12,400 worth of property. On Tuesday deputies investigating the case were lead to …
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Kellene Davis faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted of all charges.
DC Fire and EMS Lieutenant Kellene Davis is facing burglary and other charges after she allegedly attached a chain to a pickup truck, ripped off the doors of a shed, and stole almost 20 bales of hay in Upper Marlboro, reported NBC4. The owner of the shed, Robert Stanback, owns a 64-acre plot of land in Prince George’s County where he raises and boards horses. Davis used to board horses with Stanback until just a few years ago when she moved them to a different location. Davis was placed on paid leave by the fire department. She is charged with burglary, malicious destruction of property and theft, and faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted of all charges. Read the full story on NBC4.