Police Blotter: Two Teens Arrested in Thefts at High School; Silver Spring Restaurant Burglarized

Police Blotter: Two Teens Arrested in Thefts at High School; Silver Spring Restaurant Burglarized

The following incidents were reported to Montgomery County or Rockville police from Oct. 3 to 12

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Bethesda

Attempted burglary at Glen Echo pharmacy

A man attempted to break into the Glen Echo Pharmacy at 7311 MacArthur Blvd. during the early morning hours of Oct. 7, but was reportedly not successful.

Arrest in burglary on Locust Lane

A 43-year-old Washington, D.C., man was arrested after allegedly breaking into a home in the 4300 block of Locust Lane around 6:45 p.m. Oct. 7.

Rockville

Teens arrested in cell phone thefts at Richard Montgomery High School

Rockville police reported the two boys, both 16, were arrested Oct. 7 and charged with theft under $1,000 after cell phones and cash were taken from backpacks at the high school.

Truck stolen on Rockville Pike

A man reported to Rockville police that his white 1999 Ford F250 Supercab pickup truck was stolen from a parking lot in front of his home sometime between Oct. 10 and 13.

Cabin John

Residential burglary on Tomlinson Terrace

Someone broke into a residence in the 6700 block of Tomlinson Terrace and took property sometime between Oct. 7 and 9.

Potomac

Residential burglary on Cranford Drive

Someone broke into a home in the 9200 block of Cranford Drive and took property between 6 and 8:30 p.m. Oct. 4.

Thefts from vehicles in Potomac area

Property was taken from two vehicles that were broken into and others that were left unlocked on Country Club and Rock Run drives, Thrush Lane, and Falls and Fawsett roads between Oct. 5 and 7.

Downtown Silver Spring

Assault on Georgia Avenue

Five men and a woman allegedly assaulted a man near the intersection of Georgia and Thayer avenues around 3 p.m. Oct. 8.

Crisp and Juicy burglarized

Someone broke into the Crisp and Juicy restaurant at 1314 East West Highway and took cash during the early morning hours of Oct. 11.

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