Police Blotter: Aggravated Assault in Kensington; Robbery in Silver Spring; Thefts from Cars Across County

The following crimes were reported to Montgomery County or Rockville police from April 24 to May 2


Published:

Via MCPD

Bethesda

Thefts from vehicles

Cash, property and vehicle parts were taken from cars on Rossmore Court, Rockville Pike, Grosvenor Place, Tuckerman Lane and Hampton Mill Terrace between April 23 and 26. No force was reported. One vehicle was unlocked while the means of entry into the others is unknown.

Garage burglary on Oldchester Road

Property was taken from an open garage on the 7800 block of Oldchester Road between 8:45 and 10 p.m. April 30.

More thefts from vehicles

Cash and property were taken from multiple vehicles on Melwood Road and Shelton, Topeka and Lowell streets in the early morning of May 2. No force was reported and multiple cars were unlocked.

Shed burglary on Belhaven Road

Property was taken from an unlocked shed on the 9900 block of Belhaven road at about 7:15 p.m. May 2.

Kensington

Thefts from vehicles

Property was taken from cars parked on Connecticut Avenue, Blueford Road and Madison Street between April 27 and 30. Force was reported in one incident, while one vehicle was unlocked and the means of entry into the other cars is unknown.

Aggravated assault on Nicholson Lane

A man displayed a weapon in an aggravated assault incident on the 5500 block of Nicholson Lane at 11:45 p.m. May 1. Police arrested the man, who is 49 and from Rockville.

Rockville

Commercial burglary on Lincoln Street

At about 6:30 p.m. April 25, a man entered the front door of a business on the 400 block of Lincoln Street and removed a cash register after an employee had stepped outside. Surveillance footage shows a man who is about 5 feet 8 inches tall and 160 pounds carrying the register through a back door. His pants, shirt, baseball cap and backpack were black.

Thefts from vehicles

Property was taken from three cars on the 1700 block of East Jefferson Street between 9:30 and 10:30 April 28. Force was used.

More thefts from vehicles

Multiple thefts from vehicles occurred on Randolph Road, Twinbrook Parkway and Elsdale Court during the week. No force was reported. Vehicle parts were taken.

Silver Spring

Strong-arm robbery on Bonifant Street

A man in his 20s assaulted a woman and took her property on the 1100 block of Bonifant Street. The strong-arm robbery occurred at about 9:30 p.m. May 1.

Thefts from vehicles

Cash and property were stolen from multiple vehicles on East West Highway, Blair Mill Road, Eastern and Georgia avenues, and Bonifant, 16th, Cameron and Fenton streets during the week. Force was reported in all events.

Information comes from Montgomery County police reports, published May 19.

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