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Links 1 through 10 of 30 by South Laurel Views tagged nearby_crime

Police have identified the man who was fatally shot near an Edmonston night club early Friday morning.
Edmonston police responded to reports of gunfire outside of Surf Club Live on Kenilworth Avenue at about 1 a.m. and found Phillip Watson, 30, of Washington, D.C., suffering from a gunshot wound, said Edmonston Police Chief Steven Walker.
Watson was transported to the Prince George's Hospital Center in Cheverly, where he died of his injuries, Walker said. Prince George's County homicide detectives are investigating the case.
Walker said there had been a large fight inside the club prior to the shooting, but no information about potential suspects was available Monday.

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Police are searching for two men who they believe are responsible for breaking into at least four Laurel businesses in recent days and absconding with the cash register or cash register drawer.

How they do it, according to police: The men pull up to the business in a two-door, red Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck with a silver toolbox in the bed. One man gets out of the passenger side of the vehicle and shatters the front door of the business with a crowbar or rock, then leaves the way he came in

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Police have located two men in what they think was a thwarted abduction of three children in Laurel last week, but it is possible that neither man will be charged, officials said at a news conference Tuesday.

Investigators questioned one of the men, who asked three children playing in an apartment complex in the 300 block of Thomas Drive to come toward his truck, and he acknowledged speaking with the kids. But because one of the children's parents came outside and scared the men away, it is possible that no crime was committed, authorities said.

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our patrol officers who work in Laurel area are familiar with the people who live there and also people who have been problems in that community before," Llewellyn said.
Jeremiah Bridges was arrested at home on Tuesday and Justin Bridges was arrested at a home in Fort Washington. Each is being held at the Howard County Detention Center on $500,000 bond.

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Justin Bridges, 16, and his brother Jeremiah Bridges, 17, of 9201 Van Fleet Court, North [sic] Laurel, were charged Sept. 29 with attempted murder, robbery and assault, police said.

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2009.09.30 Police in Laurel, Maryland are investigating after two men in a truck tried to lure three children on a playground into their vehicle.

Laurel Police say the incident took place in the area of Thomas Drive and Fairlawn Avenue on Wednesday evening.

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2009.09.30 Two men in a pickup truck tried to abduct three children playing outside a Laurel apartment complex Wednesday night, authorities said.

A Laurel police spokesman said a girl, 7, and two boys, 8 and 9, were in a parking lot in the 300 block of Thomas Drive about 6:45 p.m., when the men drove up in a light blue Mazda truck.

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A pair of teenage brothers from Laurel have been charged in the attempted murder of a Washington taxi driver, who told police they had called him to give them a ride from the Greenbelt Metro station. Jeremiah Bridges, 17, and Justin Bridges, 16, of the 9200 block of Van Fleet Court, were also charged by Howard County police in the robbery and assault of Getachew Lima on Sept. 13. Lima reported that after driving the teens to their destination, they began choking and beating him. Police found Lima in his car in the 9100 block of Bourbon Court in Laurel. Lima told police that they also took money. They are being held in the Howard County detention center in lieu of $500,000 bond each.

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Two Laurel brothers were charged Tuesday with attempted murder, robbery and assault for allegedly beating and choking a Washington, D.C., cab driver earlier this month.

Justin Bridges, 16, and Jeremiah Bridges, 17, both of 9201 Van Fleet Court are being held on $500,000 bond and are charged as adults.

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A Laurel woman remains in critical condition after being shot several times in her apartment complex on Aug. 27.

Prince George's County Police spokesman Cpl. Clinton Copeland said police received a call around 11:50 a.m. for a shooting in the 8900 block of Merrill Lane. When police arrived, they found a woman between the ages of 28 and 30 lying in the stairwell with multiple gunshot wounds to the torso, Copeland said. She was taken to the hospital. Aug 29, 2008

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