Archives for June 2015

Crimes & Arrests – Week of June 8th


PSA 203


  • Theft from Auto- 15084955- 3100 Highland Place NW—Items were stolen from luggage that was in car.
  • Theft from Auto- 15085066- 4800 36th Street NW—window smashed and wallet stolen from car.
  • Theft from Auto- 15085462- 3300 36th Street NW—window smashed and horn stolen.
  • Theft from Auto- 15085464- 36th and Newark Street NW – window smashed and air bag stolen
  • Theft from Auto- 15085533- 3400 36th Street NW—smashed window and airbag stolen
  • Burglary2- 15085668- 2800 Tilden Street NW- front door kicked in and jewelry stolen
  • Theft from Auto- 15086164- 4500 32nd Street NW—window smashed and airbag stolen
  • Theft from Auto- 15086318- 4200 Conn. Ave. NW – smashed window and purse stolen.
  • Robbery Pickpocket- 5000 Conn. Ave NW—wallet taken from purse.


PSA 204


  • Burglary 2- 15087442- 3700 Mass. Ave. NW –unknown persons entered residence and took power tools.
  • Theft from Auto- 15087618- 38th and Macomb Street NW – smashed window and stereo stolen
  • Theft from Auto- 15084858- 2600 Woodley Rd. NW—monitor left in conference room and was not there when returned.
  • Burglary 2- 15086485- 4200 Mass. Ave. NW- unknown persons entered residence and laptop stolen.
  • Theft from Auto- 150866539- 3300 36th NW—smashed window and airbag stolen.
  • Theft from Auto- 15086544- 2300 Wisconsin Ave. NW—unlocked vehicle, unknown person entered and took laptop.
  • ADW- 15087128- 3400 block of 38th Street NW- Domestic Incident
  • Destruction of property- 15087176- Klingle and Woodley Road NW—Unknown person spray painted trailer.

Crimes & Arrests – Week of June 1st

Week of June 1, 2015


PSA (Patrol Service Area) 203 covers Cleveland Park north of Macomb Street;

PSA 204 overs the neighborhood south of there.

PSA 203

15-079-176- Theft 2- 4309 Conn. Ave. NW- S-1 entered the location and put laundry detergent and a fuji water in their book bag and left the store without paying.

15-081-478- Theft from auto- 3100 Quebec Place NW- Back pack stolen from car in an unknown manner.

15-081-573- Theft from auto- 2700 Macomb Street NW- S-1 smashed the window and stole money from the car.

Theft 2- 3600 Cumberland Street NW- bike stolen

15-082-059- Theft 2- 4700 Conn. Ave. NW- Money and Jewelry stolen from apartment, suspect known.

PSA 204

15-081-504- Theft from auto- 28th and Rock Creek Pkwy- S-1 broke window, unknown items taken.

15-081-685- Stolen Auto- 4200 Mass. Ave NW- Stolen motorcycle

15-080-871- Theft 2- 4201 Mass. Ave. NW- C-1 ordered cell phone and never received to apartment yet Fedex states it was delivered.

4201 Mass. Ave. NW- Theft 1- S-1 took laptop from inside apartment.


2665 Woodley Road NW, actually occurred at 1363 Bryant Street NE, a domestic violence incident but S-1 was arrested in Second District at location.

Safety Suggestions from Officer Hardy-Robinson

Family Travel

When it comes to your home, the secret is to make it appear as though you never left! Some points you may want to consider:

  • Keep shades and blinds in their normal positions
  • Stop mail and newspaper delivery or ask a neighbor to pick them up everyday
  • Put several household lights on timers so they turn on and off at appropriate times
  • Arrange to have the grass mowed while you are away
  • You may want to leave a radio on or put on a timer
  • Ask a neighbor to park in your driveway overnight- anything to suggest you are home
  • Make sure every external door has a strong well- installed dead bolt lock. Key in the knob locks are not enough
  • Make sure your sliding glass doors are installed properly
  • Make sure all your windows are locked
  • Never hid keys around the outside of your home
  • When you move into a new house or apartment, re-key the locks.

Packing for your Trip

Clean out your wallet or purse before you go, only take essential credit cards you plan to use, carry your purse close to your body or use a fanny pack, pack as lightly as possible if you are walking, lots of heavy bags will slow you down and make you more vulnerable to getting robbed. Keep medicine and jewelry on you and not in your luggage.

Out and About

Remember that tourists make tempting targets for thieves. Often lost or distracted, weighed down with bags, and carrying cameras, plane tickets, money and other valuables, unsuspecting travelers can attract crime like a magnet. One of the best things you and your family to do is to blend in as much as possible with the crowd.

  • Don’t display expensive jewelry, cameras, or bags that draw attention.
  • Stick to well-lit, well-traveled streets at all times- Don’t take shortcuts.
  • Always lock your car when it’s parked and keep valuables out of sight, preferably locked in the trunk.

Traveling safely with your family also means sticking together and keeping an eye on your children at all times. Make sure they know where you are staying and teach them what to do if they get lost or separated. You might want to agree on a meeting place just in case. And make sure your kids know not to accept rides or favors from strangers.

Have Fun and be safe.