Prince George’s Police report that a suspect this week should be seeking redemption. He wore a shirt with the word “redemption” when he committed an armed robbery at an Oxon Hill cell phone store. On Monday, he walked into the store in the 5100 block of Indian Head Highway at about 10:15 am, displayed a gun and demanded cash. No one was hurt in the robbery. If you know where the cops can find this suspect, please call 301-772-4905. Tipsters can also always call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS. A cash reward is available.
Daily Archives: July 22, 2015
Baltimore County Police Beat: Did your long-lost Nigerian Grandmother leave a fortune for you in her will?
During the Iginla investigation, law enforcement became aware of a related investigation, originally initiated by the Baltimore County Police Department, regarding a fraud allegedly perpetrated by Oladokun, Towobola and others, which involved the re-encoding of victims’ debit card account numbers and the purchasing of money orders using PII stolen as a result of the Target Store data breach which occurred during November and December 2013.
OWINGS MILLS, MD. – One District woman apparently decided she wasn’t going to be used and abused, placed outside like yesterday’s newspaper, dumped by her beau. Instead, after getting the news that their time together was done she would pay one last visit to the guy who dumped her and when she did, the cops say she brought gasoline and a lighter.
ST. INIGOES, MD. – St. Mary’s County Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that an argument over a lost welfare card resulted in fisticuffs and handcuffs.
According to the Sheriff, on July 20, 2015, Deputy Roszell responded to the 15000 block of Point Lookout Road in St. Inigoes, for a reported assault. The victim reported he was involved in an argument with a relative over a lost Independence card when he was assaulted by suspect Patrick Shawn Dowell, 25, of St. Inigoes.
RANDALLSTOWN, MD. — A woman that police believe shot and killed Lonnie B. Paye Jr., of Randallstown has been nabbed in Michigan. News reports in Michigan state Maryland court records do not yet show an arrest warrant for Deidra Griffin as the warrants could be sealed until officers notify the court that she has been apprehended.