Police Bulletins

Cancel Critically Missing Juvenile - News Release

NEWS RELEASE

City of Takoma Park Police Department

7500 Maple Avenue, Takoma Park, Md 20912

For more information contact:

Public Information Officer (PIO)

Catherine Plevy, 301-891-7142 or 240-338-2901

October 10, 2013 (12:24 pm)

Critically missing juvenile, Mia Monay Wallace, has returned home and she is safe.

Theft from Auto - Community Advisory

On October 8, 2013, Takoma Park Police responded to the 7800 block of Kennewick Avenue for a report of a theft from auto. Sometime between October 7 at 6:00 pm and October 8 at 6:00 am, unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's vehicle by punching the lock and stole property.

Investigation continues under case #13047954. Anyone with information about this crime is asked to please call us at 301-270-1100.

Use your cell phone to send an anonymous tip to the Takoma Park Police Department.

* Text to 847411

Voter Registration Added to Nationwide Prescription Drug Take-Back Day and VIN Etching/Watch Your Car Program on October 26th - News Release

NEWS RELEASE

City of Takoma Park Police Department

7500 Maple Avenue, Takoma Park, Md 20912

For more information contact:

Public Information Officer (PIO)

Catherine Plevy, 301-891-7142 or 240-338-2901

October 8, 2013 (2:46 pm)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October is Crime Prevention Month – School Safety - Community Information

The safety of our children is paramount, and the majority of their childhood revolves around school - education, before/after-school activities, friends they have, and people from school with whom they associate. It is ideal to be actively engaged with your children about topics relating to school including:

Residential Burglary - Community Advisory

On October 7, 2013, Takoma Park Police responded to the unit block of Columbia Avenue for reports of a burglary that occurred sometime between October 5 at 8:00 am and October 7 at 8:40 am. Unknown suspect(s)made entry into the residence by unknown means and stole property.

Investigation continues under case #13047727. Anyone with information about this crime is asked to please call us at 301-270-1100.

Use your cell phone to send an anonymous tip to the Takoma Park Police Department.

* Text to 847411

Residential Burglary - Community Advisory

On October 7, 2013, Takoma Park Police responded to the 8000 block of Sligo Creek Parkway for reports of a burglary that occurred sometime between 7:00 am and 6:00 pm. Unknown suspect(s)made entry into the residence by forcibly kicking in a side door of the residence and stole property.

Investigation continues under case #13047830.Anyone with information about this crime is asked to please call us at 301-270-1100.

Use your cell phone to send an anonymous tip to the Takoma Park Police Department.

* Text to 847411

International Walk to School Day on Wednesday, October 9; Two Schools Added– Community Advisory

International Walk to School Day is an annual event that promotes the benefits of walking to school. Children, parents, teachers, and community leaders in Takoma Park and around the world will join forces on October 9 to enhance child pedestrian safety, physical activity and strengthen community involvement. Celebrations in Takoma Park will involve five area schools: Takoma Park Elementary School, Piney Branch Elementary School, Takoma Park Middle School, Rolling Terrace Elementary School and East Silver Spring Elementary School.

Tornado Watch Effective Immediately for Montgomery County - Community Advisory

The National Weather Service has issued a TORNADO WATCH for Montgomery County effective immediately.

Be prepared. Tornadoes can form from severe thunderstorms with little or no advanced warning. Know your safe room in your home, at school, and at work.. Remain alert for the issuance of warnings.

Permits Not Needed for Demonstrations - Community Advisory

There has been a recent inquiry about whether a permit is required to conduct a demonstration. A permit is not needed to conduct a demonstration. Permits are required to close a particular street or engage in a parade. On October 1, there were approximately 70-100 demonstrators, most of whom were disabled and operating wheel chairs and electric scooters, at the Takoma Metro stop. They began marching into the City with a destination of Tom Perez’ home.

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