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Laurel Police report robbery with knife [Crime log]

Laurel police report felonies, arrests and property crimes. Prince George's County police report violent crimes and property crimes. Anne Arundel County police report major crimes. Howard County police report major crimes, break-ins and car thefts.

City of Laurel

South Arbory Lane, 7500 block, Jan. 4. Theft.

Montrose Avenue, 300 block, Jan. 4. Shoplifting.

Courtland Place 15000 block, Jan. 4. Attempted burglary.

Contee Road, 7800 block, Jan. 3. Theft of motor vehicle parts/accessories

Avondale Street, first block, Jan. 3. Motor vehicle theft.

Contee Road, 7800 block, Jan. 3. Theft from motor vehicle.

Fifth Street, 800 block, Jan. 2. Theft.

Second Street, 800 block, Jan. 2. Robbery with knife.

Second Street, 300 block, Jan. 2. Scooter theft.

Baltimore Avenue, 14600 block, Jan. 1. Purse snatching.

Main Street, 300 block, Dec. 30. Trailer/lawn tractor theft.

Woodbine Drive, 7500 block, Dec. 28. Theft.

Fort Meade Road, 200 block, Dec. 27. Shoplifting.

Montrose Avenue, 300 block, Dec. 26. Theft.

Prince George's County

Bowie Road, 14500 block, Jan. 5. Robbery.

Contee Road, 8700 block, Jan. 3. Theft.

Muirkirk Road/Montpelier Drive, Jan. 3. Theft out of auto.

Cherry Lane, 8700 block, Jan. 2. Break-in report.

Parkway Drive, 5900 block, Jan. 2. Theft out of auto.

Parkway Drive, 5900 block, Jan. 2. Theft out of auto.

Dulwick Court, 8700 block, Jan. 2. Stolen vehicle.

Roblynn Road, 6200 block, Jan. 2. Stolen vehicle.

South Laurel Drive, 11700 block, Jan. 1. Theft out of auto.

Contee Road, 9000 block, Jan. 1. Theft out of auto.

Mallard Drive, 9800 block, Dec. 31. Break-in report.

Attleboro Court, 13500 block, Dec. 31. Theft out of auto

Mallard Drive, 9800 block, Dec. 31. Stolen vehicle.

Imperial Drive, 8100 block, Dec. 31. Stolen vehicle.

Anne Arundel County

Laurel Fort Meade Road, 3500 block, 12:08 a.m. Jan. 8. Victim struck in head, shoes and money stolen.

Howard County

Kings Grant Road, 9500 block, Jan. 9. Victim awakened by person in bedroom, who fled. Fard Muhammed Lucas, 27, of Earl Levy Court, arrested and charged with burglary, theft, assault and disorderly conduct.

Millies Manor, 9900 block, Jan. 8. Person entered open garage; bike stolen.

Anyone with information on any of these crimes can call the appropriate police department: city of Laurel, 301-498-0092; Prince George's County, 1-866-643-2369; Anne Arundel County, 1-866-756-2587; Howard County, 410-313-2200.

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
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