17020255 1917 hours Overdose (Non-Fatal) CVS Pharmacy / 301 N Federal Hwy
Officers and EMS responded and found w/m suffering from an apparent overdose. Police and EMS provided life saving measures and he regained consciousness. He was transported to Bethesda and is expected to make a full recovery.
17020275 2238 hours Failed to Stop / Fleeing and Eluding 900 W Gateway Blvd
Officers initiated a traffic stop on a Honda Civic, white in color (NOI). It failed to yield and became reckless. Officers discontinued their efforts and the vehicle was last observed still traveling west on Gateway Blvd.
17020307 0133 hours Loitering and Prowling / Resisting Seagate / 2020 S Federal Hwy
Officers responded to a report of four (4) black males looking into vehicles and attempting to open vehicle doors. Officers arrived in the area and observed the males who immediately took flight on foot. Officers were able to chase down and capture 3 out of 4, which were identified as juveniles. As of this writing, they were being processed for the above listed crimes. No victim/vehicles could be located at this time but it appears the group had been operating in the area of Tuscany on the Intracoastal and Seagate.
17-20141 0954 hours Burglary Auto 280 N Congress Avenue
Officer responded to 280 N Congress Ave at approximately 1430 hours in reference to a delayed auto burglary. The owner advised that he left his work truck, a 2015 White Chevy Colorado bearing TX tag K048097 unattended for approximately 15-20 minutes.Upon his return, he found the truck burglarized and several pieces of equipment, to include his red utility bag containing a RD 8100 Transmitter missing.
17-20157 0958 hours Burglary Auto 4784 N Congress Avenue
Officers responded to 4784 N Congress Ave at approximately 0958 hours in reference to a delayed auto burglary complaint. Upon arrival contact was made with the victim who advised that on 4/7/17 between 1945-1950, an unknown suspect(s) entered her black Ford F150 (Fl. tag 920JTI. Three wallets ($60 total value), about $110 cash, and several various gift cards ($250 total value) were stolen from within her truck.
17-20195 1326 hours Overdose (Non-Fatal) 712 NW 3rd Street
Officers responded to 712 NW 3rd Street in reference to a male unconscious and not breathing. The male was administered an Evizio naloxone (0.4mg) auto-injector. Shortly after, BBFR arrived on scene, provided treatment to the patient, and he regained consciousness.