Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Police Arrest Maryland Man for December String of Robberies in Tenleytown

The string of robberies committed between December 4 - 9 in the Tenleytown/Friendship Heights area has been solved, according to the Second District Police, resulting in the arrest of a Maryland man with a criminal record.  Here's the word directly from MPD officer Michael Reese:
Kudos to Second District Detective Neal Jones for closing four robbery cases. Through investigation three robbery cases that were committed on December 4, 2010, and one robbery case committed on December 9, 2010, (3000 block of Wisconsin Avenue NW, 4300 block Jenifer Street NW, 5200 block 43rd Street NW, and the 4100 block of Harrison Street NW) are now closed. Detective Jones was able to follow up on investigative leads and develop the case against the suspect. The perpetrator was arrested yesterday without incident on a warrant. He has a criminal arrest record. I would like to thank Detective Jones for his dedication and hard work.

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