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Police: String of Burglaries Hits Annapolis-area Homes

Two homes on Randall Court were hit within two days by burglars, police said.

Patch has begun using Google Maps to input the general location of each crime reported by the Annapolis Police Department. The idea is to give readers a better picture of where police are responding to crimes in the city.

Each crime listing comes directly from the daily report from the Annapolis Police Department.

November 15

Theft from Vehicle – Unit block of Duke of Gloucester St. — The passenger side window of a vehicle was broken and a brown bag containing clothing and a Dooney and Bourke wallet were taken.

Burglary – 2600 block of Greenbriar Ln.— Between 8am to 5:45pm, 8 feet of copper pipe was stolen from the basement of an apparently unlocked residence.
 
Burglary – Unit block of Randall Ct. — Between Nov. 15-17, a door was forced open and money was taken from a residence.
 
Theft from Vehicle – 700 block of Genessee St. — Between  Nov.15-16, an apparently unlocked vehicle was entered, but nothing was reported stolen.

November 16

Theft from Vehicle – 1200 block of Gemini Dr. — Keys were stolen from an unlocked vehicle.
 
Burglary – Unit block of Randall Ct. at 8:44 a.m. —  A window was forced open and jewelry was stolen from a residence.   

Drug Arrest—At 8:50 a.m., officers received a call for an assault inside a cab in the 100 block of Brightwater Dr.  When officers arrived they located two people inside the rear of the cab.  Officers found 30 grams of heroin, with a street value of almost $4,000, in the rear seat of the cab.  One suspect had 5.5 grams of marijuana in his pocket, police said. Shyneira Smith, 21, and Kelly Bowers, 24, both of Annapolis, were charged with second degree assault, two counts of CDS possession with intent to distribute, two counts of possession of CDS, and possession of CDS paraphernalia.  Bowers was released after posting $100,000 bond. Smith was released after posting $75,000 bond.

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