Saturday, February 27, 2016

2 cars stolen on N. Park Ave., another from Burling Rd. + more - Bethesda crime update

Here's a roundup of crimes reported across Bethesda on February 24, according to crime data:

Stolen car. 4600 block N. Park Avenue.

Stolen car. Willard Avenue at N. Park Avenue.

Stolen car. 5400 block Burling Road at 7:50 PM.

Theft from vehicle. Old Georgetown Road at Maple Ridge Road.

Theft. 10300 block Old Georgetown Road.

Theft from vehicle. 7800 block Coddle Harbor Lane.

Theft from vehicle. 5600 block Alderbrook Court (Pike District).


Anonymous said...

I hope you wake up one day and realize how much Bethesda Now has kicked your ass!!!!!

Robert Dyer said...

6:31: Which site is still publishing? I beat them, and they folded. Bethesda Now was a financial disaster and was sold for $1 by the owner just for their $13,000 Twitter blue checkmark. You sound like a delusional moron.

Anonymous said...

Bethesda Now doesn't rant, rave, and go haywire on their readers though (cough cough Robert Dyer)

Robert Dyer said...

5:36: Bethesda Now went out of business - it ceased publication. I don't rant, rave and go haywire on anybody, but I do return fire against cowardly weasel trolls like you.

Anonymous said...

It was sold to Bethesda Magazine. Facts.

Robert Dyer said...

3:37: It was sold for $1. That's why you never heard the sale price stated publicly. A fire sale for the valuable Verified Twitter account the site's owner had purchased for about $13000, and paid Facebook following.

Anonymous said...

Is ther verified Twitter account really the reason they always scoop you?

Anonymous said...

8:17 is someone who badly needs attention today.
Don't take the bait.

Steve Hell said...

I miss Bethesda Patch.
But I long for Bethesda Now.
Yes, I need attention.

5:36am "rant, rave, and go haywire" Sounds like my staff!

Robert Dyer said...

8:17: How does a site that no longer exists scoop anybody? I did scoop them all the time when they were still in business, despite having no angel investors or blue check mark on Twitter. That's one of the reasons they folded.