Wednesday, March 04, 2015

ASSAULTS ON IPSWICH RD., FLANDERS AVE.; THEFT AT UNION JACK'S + MORE - BETHESDA CRIME UPDATE

Here's a roundup of crimes reported across Bethesda on March 1, according to crime data:

Disorderly conduct. 7900 block Woodmont Avenue.

Theft. Union Jack's.

Theft. 7900 block Norfolk Avenue.

Theft. 4800 block Cordell Avenue.

Theft. 5100 block Moorland Lane (Edgemoor).

Vehicle burglary. Friendship Boulevard at N. Park Avenue.

Vehicle burglary. 5500 block Friendship Boulevard.

Assault. 5900 block Ipswich Road at 12:09 PM (Alta Vista Gardens).

Assault. 5300 block Flanders Avenue at 7:05 PM (Garrett Park Estates).

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good Lord! I've been scanning these crime reports for at least a year and the one thing I took solace in was how few assaults there were. Now these past few weeks it's one or two assaults per day. Very concerning.

Anonymous said...

I blame the lack of the nightlife economy and fast food restaurants and highways.

Anonymous said...

@ 10:21 - Hans Riemer

Anonymous said...

yes, Hans Riemer. Do we know where Hans Riemer was the night of these assaults? We know he wasnt debating Robert Dyer at a candidates forum. Was he mugging people?

Anonymous said...

@12:17 PM Robert's ads must have been effective if you're still talking about them months later...lol.

Anonymous said...

absolutely they were effective. thats why he took Hans Riemer's seat!

Anonymous said...

@12:48 PM Apparently, they were effective with you. You're still thinking about them. They're playing in a loop in your head.

Anonymous said...

There's a guy with a real creepy and unhealthy obsession with Dyer who comments on here.

He claims to watch Dyer speak at public meetings from afar, but is too shy to speak to Dyer offline and prefers the comfort of anonymous discussions online.

What's the deal?

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous said...
There's a guy with a real creepy and unhealthy obsession with Dyer who comments on here.

He claims to watch Dyer speak at public meetings from afar, but is too shy to speak to Dyer offline and prefers the comfort of anonymous discussions online.

What's the deal?

12:56 PM"

Dyer, you accidentally commented as anonymous again.

Robert Dyer said...

1:47: I never accidentally comment as Anonymous - all my comments are posted with my real name. I'm not a coward like you. I'd think the Curt Schilling troll story would give you pause about continuing your trolling on this blog. You and the folks you're working risk the same legal and career fallout when you are charged with harassment, stalking, threats, libel, etc. You will be exposed eventually, coward. Proceed with your comments at risk of criminal prosecution.

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