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Toothless and Unnecessary – City Council Nixes Controversial Rights Bill

At last night’s Council meeting, the City Council voted unanimously to postpone indefinitely the proposed Human Rights bill. This means the bill was put to rest unless someone in the Council strongly desires to bring it back.

The City Council  discussed the proposed bill in three Council worksessions. While we added quite a few provisions to the draft versions, however City attorney told us there was no way this bill could be enforced by the City, County or the State.

According to the bill itself, the City will not be enforcing these laws itself, but rather will be referring aggrieved persons to the County and the State, who, per our attorney, will be only looking at their own Human / Civil rights ordinances ( MD §20-1013, 20-1035 and 20-1202) and not the proposed City ordinance.

Though the bill contains languages on many types of discrimination, the main purpose of the bill was to “end gender identity discrimination” as reported in this Diamondback article.

That need became moot after the State passed the MD State Bill HB1265, which was infamously called as the “Bathroom Bill” by its opponents and caused much controversies.

In terms of its content, the College Park bill is very similar to HB1265. Like the State bill, the Article §71-5 of the College Park bill includes public accommodations clause (which may refer to places such as bathrooms, shower rooms, locker rooms, fitting rooms etc) which cannot be subject to discrimination based on someone’s gender.

I want to thank bill’s main sponsor Council member Wojahn for taking City attorney’s advice and making the right judgment on this un-enforceable ordinance.

I personally wish we all knew this “toothlessness” of the ordinance from the beginning, so that the Council, staff and our attorney did not have to spend many hours in drafting, discussing, amending and researching this fairly large and complex ordinance.

Council to Recommend Old Koons Development

At tonight’s City Council meeting, the City Council will consider recommending approval of the proposed Detailed Site Plan for a new mixed-use market-rate (non-student) apartment building with up to 1,000 square feet retail at 4700 Berwyn House Road, the current site of an office building behind the old Koons Ford property on the east side of Route 1, with a number of conditions.

Keane Enterprises revised the plan d to construct a 7-story, 275-unit apartment building. There is currently an office building at this location which the applicant would demolish.

The original DSP for this project was submitted by Keane Enterprises and consisted of redeveloping the former 3.13-acre Koons Ford Site located at the northeast corner of Baltimore Avenue (US1) and Berwyn House Road with a mixed-used development. The development included a 156-room hotel (Marriott) , 23,615 square feet of retail (CVS) , and a parking garage. It was approved by the District Council on July 8, 2013 with conditions. You can read more about that plan here.

The conditions include requirements to make the architecture of the building in the rear more visually appealing, add additional bike racks and a bus shelter facility, provide SmartTrip cards to each new resident, to help reduce the impact of traffic on this building.

It also requires that the developer enter into a Declaration of Covenants with the City. These includes:

1) requires unitary management by a single high-quality management firm;
2) prohibits storing of unlicensed motor vehicles and commercial vehicles on the property, unless in use for work on the building;
3) prohibits outdoor cooking or barbequing near the building for basic safety reasons;
4) requires each unit owner to maintain his or her unit in a safe, clean and sanitary manner and condition, in accordance with the housing codes and other regulations, and that the outside appearance by properly maintained;
5) limits the uses in the property to those that generate no more than 145 AM peak hour trips and 168 PM peak-hour vehicle trips;
6) requires certain provisions regarding the landscaping and architecture of the property;
7) requires that the developer make every effort to achieve LEED certification;
8) requires that the developer pay $21,000 to the City for transportation-related improvements such as a bus shelter;
9) requires that, after the second year of occupancy, the developer conduct a parking occupancy study to review parking space utilization and adequacy and any possible measures that might be necessary for mitigation, and provide funds to the City to implement a parking permit program in the immediate vicinity that shall not be available to residents of the building;
10) implement a recycling program in accordance with County law; and 11) prohibit co-signing of leases. Please let us know if you have any questions.

Officials Set to Announce Route 1 Pedestrian Safety Changes Today

A Route 1 intersection in old town (WTOP)

Representatives from the City, SHA, County and the University of Maryland will be making a major announcement this afternoon about pedestrian safety improvement on Route 1 in old town College Park.

Three people have been killed in the past six months at this small stretch of Route 1.

Officials have been considering a number of safety initiatives for several months, but recent fatal accidents have made them implementing some of these measures sooner.

SHA officials came to last week’s City Council worksession and many in the Council (including me) asked questions about these initiatives, in particular about the time frame to implement them.

Some of the initiatives that are expected to be announced at today’s announcements include

(1) lowering speed limit from 30 to 25 mph

(2) installing in block median barriers

(3) extending speed camera operation hour to late mid night

We expect to have these implemented by the time when the next school year will start this fall or even sooner.

We also expect to get a copy of the report on Route 1 pedestrian safety soon. SHA has been working with other stakeholders for sometime in preparing this report.

You can read more about the announcement here on the WTOP radio site

Council to Vote on Contractor Non-Discrimination Ordinance

At next Tuesday’s regular meeting, the City Council will vote on a bill requiring City contractors comply with a set of policies on benefits they offer to their company employees. These policies mainly cover non-discrimination based on various identities, such as race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, sex, marital status, disability, sexual orientation or disability.

While I support the idea of non-discrimination in relation to City contractor employees, I think a bill is unnecessary, discouraging to businesses and costly to implement.

The bill is unnecessary because at t present, employment discrimination cases can be addressed by the anti-discrimination civil rights departments at the County, State level.

Most City contractors follow their own policies on who to be covered in their benefit plans. If passed, the bill will force the contractors to redefine that policy to fit City’s requirements. This may potentially discourage City Contractors to do businesses with College Park.

Also, there could be some enforcement issues as well. According to the bill, City manager and his staff will be responsible in investigating and enforcing the laws. This task may proved to be quite extensive and may involve many hours of staff and attorney time. On the County / State / Federal level, these issues are addressed by separate Civil rights divisions, which are comprised of many members.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Meet the Author Event at College Park Library

Renee reading a book at teh Hollywood Farmers MarketOn July 24th, Thursday, at 10:30 am – Meet the Author – Renee Domogauer College Park author of children’s book The Washington Oak Kittens.

Ms. Domogauer will read from her recently published children’s picture book and share with the audience the true-to-life events behind the story.

As an added treat, she will offer children a chance to express themselves in an art project related to the historic tree.

Signed copies of her book will be on sale – $12.50.

Tomorrow at the Hollywood Farmers Market

Please see below this week’s Hollywood Farmers Market newsletter. See you all tomorrow.

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Prime Time at the Market this Saturday
Several of our vendors took a well-deserved break last Saturday to celebrate the 4th of July, but don’t worry if your favorite vendor was missing!  They will be back this Saturday!And now that we’re in the dog days of summer, we can look forward to seeing our vendors selling the produce we love the most—like tomatoes, basil, sweet cherries, corn on the cob, cucumbers, melons, blueberries, and more. Not only are these fruits and vegetables mouth-watering, they are loaded with nutrients!Are You a Winner?
If you won one of the gift certificates that two of our sponsors donated, and you haven’t picked it up yet, this Saturday’s market is your opportunity. Come by the market table and tell our market manager, Julie Beavers, that you’re a winner, and she’ll give you the certificate.
Although we’ve already announced this in an earlier newsletter, the winners were…
• Christine Henry won the $25 gift certificate from Behnke’s.
• The following received a gift certificate from New York Deli for a sandwich and drink: Markus Most, Bill Norwood, Donna Weene, Maria Ramos, and Peggy Ramos. 

A Big Thanks to Our Sponsors 

So far this year we have received contributions from the following north College Park businesses, and we appreciate the services they provide in our neighborhood.

• Gailes Violin
• Terrapin Care Center
• The Bamboo Eater
• MOM’s Organic Market
• New York Deli
• Proteus Bicycles
• Pizza Roma
• Behnke’s

 

It’s Tea Time

TrueHoneyTeas

For many people, iced tea is the go-to drink during summer. Now you can come to the market and get some refreshing iced tea from True Honey Teas, a new vendor that offers a line of single-serve teas sweetened with natural local honey.

Chris Savage, founder and president of this family-owned business, says this about his teas: “Our product is truly unique. We are the only organization in the world to put honey sweetener in the pod with the tea.”

The “pods” are compatible with brewing machines that accept Keurig K-cup portion packs, and, if you don’t have this machine, you can buy jars of pre-made tea at his table. The following types of tea are now available: Earl Grey, spiced chai, English breakfast, and green tea. Herb teas will soon be added to the lineup

This week’s Vendors

1. Upper Crust Bakery
2. Tiffany’s Oven
3. Pleitez Farm
4. Legacy Manor Farm
5. Heavenly Created Desserts
6. Calvert Farm
7. Morning Glory Farm
8. Ferguson Family Farm
9. Designed Naturally
10. Chic Expressions
11. Red Chimney Flower Farm
12. Tuckey’s Mountain Grown
13. Roy and RT’s Kitchen and Garden
14. Wood Doctor
15. Tiffany’s Oven
16. Christiane’s Knits and Gardens
17. Phil’s Dills
18. 49th Ave, Furniture
19. Coffee Barn
20. A Little Pottery
21. Ear gear
22. Vermi Compost
23. Huma Henna Art
24. True Honey Tea
25. Jessyka Padilla Jewelry

Recipe of the Week: Baked Striped Bass with Zucchini and Herbs 

zucchiniMakes: 8 servings
Serving size: 1/2 cup

Ingredients:

• 2 1/2 tablespoons butter, divided
• 1 cup chopped leeks
• 1/2 cup dry white wine
• 1 1/2 pounds striped bass fillets
• salt and pepper to taste
• 6 teaspoons fresh lemon juice, divided
• 1 zucchini, thinly sliced
• 1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley
• 2 garlic cloves, minced
• 1 tablespoon chopped fresh oregano
• 1 tablespoon chopped fresh thyme
• 1/4 cup water

Directions:
Lightly grease a baking dish with 1/2 tablespoon butter. Add the chopped leeks and wine to the dish. Place the fish on top of the leeks and dot with the remaining 2 tablespoons of butter. Sprinkle the fish with salt, pepper and 2 teaspoons lemon juice. Bake at 425 degrees F for 15-20 minutes or until the fish flakes easily with a fork. Baste once or twice with pan juice.

While the fish is baking, combine remaining lemon juice, water, parsley, garlic, oregano, and thyme in small saucepan. Add sliced zucchini to the herbs. Cook everything over a medium heat until the zucchini is just tender but still a little crunchy.

When fish is done, transfer the fillets to a serving dish and add the baking juices to the saucepan of herbs and zucchini. Heat the juices until the liquid thickens slightly. Top the fish with zucchini and drizzle with the sauce.


Hollywood Farmers Market is located at the Hollywood Shopping Center (near REI) on Saturdays from 9am to 1 pm. Email: Hollywoodmarketcp@gmail.com. Phone: (301) 659 – 6295 Like us on the FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/hollywoodmarket
Copyright © 2014 Hollywood Farmers Market, All rights reserved. www.Hollywoodmarket.org

In Pictures – Side Walks on Hollywood Rd. and Narragansett Pkwy

As some of you have seen the sidewalks being built on Hollywood Rd. between 51st Place and Narragansett Parkway, and on Narragansett Parkway from Lackawanna to 52nd Avenue. The City is building these sidewalks using a State grant called “Safe Route to School”.

Here are some pictures a resident took and sent to me today . He wrote to me “We are excited about the walkway installation in Hollywood. You are most welcomed to display them in you website if it is helpful demonstrating community awareness, support, and participation, as being sent in by a resident with the comments of our approval and excitement of our property taxes concretely benefiting Hollywood homeowners and the surrounding communities”.

SHA Plans to Build Route 1 Sidewalks in North College Park Next Year

Representatives from the State Highway Administration came to City Council worksession last night to present the design of the proposed route 1 retrofit side walk program. The sidewalks will be built on both sides of Route 1 from north of beltway to Rt 193. They have construction funding of $450,000. Construction is expected start sometime next year. The area between Chrokee and Fox St needs a retaining wall which will cot some $200,000, which is not included in this project’s budget. Some 60 properties will be affected during this construction.

County Bill May Stop Rental Property Conversion in College Park Neighborhoods

A proposed bill in the County Council may stop conversions of single family homes to rental properties in College Park.

The bill, proposed by Dist 3 County Councilman Eric Olson, will be discussed at our Council worksession tonight. The Council may take a position whether to support the bill when it will be formerly introduced in County Council next week.

The bill intends to create Single Family Neighborhood Stabilization Overlay Zone to “ensure that land in residential neighborhoods retains its traditional single family residential character, integrity and appearance”.

Here are a few highlights of the proposed ordinance.
1. The zone can be established within 2 miles radius of a higher educational institution, such as the University of Maryland. This may cover College Park and areas outside of city boundaries.

2. The zone may not include transient facilities such as boarding houses, tourist homes, inns, motels, hotels, school dormitories, hospitals or medical facilities etc.

3. The Planning Board may initiate or another person may request a zoning map amendment only with the concurrence (by
resolution) of the County District Council.

4. During the preparation of the proposed zone, the County will contact all owners of land, and any municipality lying (wholly or in part) within the anticipated boundaries of the proposed zone and any municipality within one mile of the anticipated District boundary, to invite comments and recommendations.

5. Once the zone is established, no new rental licenses (required pursuant to provisions of a city code) shall be issued within the boundaries of the proposed zone.

6. The County Council will take final action on a zoning map amendment at any time after the close of the final public hearing record. A two-thirds (2/3) super majority vote of the full District Council shall be required to override the recommendation of a municipality if any portion of the Zone Map Amendment which falls within the boundaries of the municipality.

7. The zone must contain at least ten (10) contiguous acres and at least thirty (30) existing single family houses.

8. A single family rental dwelling located within the shall be at least 800 feet from any other single family rental dwelling within a District

9. A waiver of the Code may be granted where the property owner of a single family dwelling within a District must relocate for temporary employment reassignment, military service assignment, or other similar circumstances that may require temporary relocation out of state or overseas.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Another Death on Route 1: What Are Being Done to Improve Pedestrian Safety

We lost another young life  was lost yesterday. Police say the victim, 21-year-old Janelle Oni of Randallstown, was crossing Route 1 near the College Park Shopping Center around 3 a.m. Sunday when she was struck by a minivan driven by Lurangraj. She died at the scene. According to Police report, the driver had a blood-alcohol level twice the legal limit when he struck and killed a 21-year-old woman near the University of Maryland campus.

The city, university, county, and state officials have all been working collaboratively to bring much needed improvements to Route 1 since at least January (prior to the first fatality).  The officials walked the corridor and made a specific set of requests to the State Highway Administration.  SHA (and other stakeholders) have been implementing improvements with a number of changes slated to be done prior to the arrival of students in late August.  A workgroup of city, state, university and county officials has met with SHA regularly to follow up on progress being made.  The group’s last meeting was June 13 and our next is July 18.

Here are a few of the initiatives being done. Please let me know if you have any questions.

·         Increasing brightness of lighting (SHA and City) – SHA has initiated designs for its lights at intersections (design by mid-July, implementation will follow).  SHA also evaluating lighting (photometric analysis) for the corridor.  City and UMD have requested improvements in lighting from PEPCO.
·         Establishing lower speed zone (Berwyn to Guilford) (SHA) – The workgroup requested 25 mph speed limit. Speed data has been collected before school ended. Recommendation will be ready for next meeting.
·         Increasing Pedestrian Safety Education (UMD and all) – In development by UMD and SHA – “Be Smart, Be Safe” is the title of the campaign.
·         Prioritize pedestrian crossings (longer times and shorter intervals, explore ability for light to change immediately when button is pressed) (SHA) – Evaluated.  SHA has divided corridor into two different segments to address synchronization and crossings. Pedestrian crossing signal now automatic 24-7 and a longer ped cycle is provided at key intersections at certain times in focus area.
·         Increase enforcement of speed on corridor (City/UMD) – Will discuss request for 24hr cameras when speed data presented at next mtg. University and County Police have had a strong presence.
·         Increase signage/branding to indicate to drivers to slow down in lower speed zone (all) – SHA has increased signage; flashing yellow pedestrian signs being evaluated.
·         Upgrade all crossings with pedestrian countdown lights (SHA) – Existing intersections will have upgrades; in design; implementation before school begins.  Several intersections are being evaluated for complete upgrades to comply with new regulations.
·         Ensure that pedestrian signal comes on with red light even if button not pushed (SHA) – Done
·         Address safety of crossing at Hartwick-Add traffic light (SHA) – Data collected, recommendation for next meeting.
·         Deterrence of mid-block crossings (All) – SHA/UMD/City are working on a design for a median barrier as well as other improvements to be presented at the next mtg; new “no pedestrian x-ing” curb markings are in place. Focus is Knox to Hartwick. 
·         Shift lights in pedestrian zone to flashing red from 11pm to 4am (SHA) – Evaluated and not possible.
·         Evaluate crosswalks to see if additional markings could be added to increase reflectivity (SHA) –Restriping completed.  Keeping on list to evaluate once lighting improves.
·         Evaluate all way zone at Knox and Rt 1, so pedestrians could all cross at the same time (SHA) –Evaluating for 10pm-2am and will report at next meeting; cannot do for whole day.
·         Discuss with business owners using roping to keep guest closer to the building and decrease walking in street – (UMD) – Chief Mitchell is continuing to work with business owners.

 

North College Park Crime Map: June 30 – July 5, 2014

Please see below last week’s crime map and let me know if you have any questions.

[mappress mapid=”179″] Recovered Stolen Veh

Event

Type

From

To

Location

[7/05/14]CKAUTO15:2216:485100 Blk ODESSA RD,
[7/05/14]CKAUTO21:0822:069300 Blk DAVIDSON ST,

Stolen Vehicle

Event

 

Type

From

To

Location

[6/30/14]STLVEH10:4612:143400 Blk MARLBROUGH CT,
[7/05/14]STLVEH08:5810:439400 Blk RHODE ISLAND AVE,

Breaking And Entering Residential

Event

 

Type

From

To

Location

[6/30/14]BREAK04:1305:159000 Blk 48TH PL,
[6/30/14]BREAKR17:0118:459900 Blk 51ST AVE,
[7/01/14]BREAKR16:5018:179300 Blk CHERRY HILL RD

Shooting

Event

Type

From

To

Location

[7/02/14]SHOOT18:3420:399300 Blk CHERRY HILL RD

 

City Seeks Funds for Route 1 Undergrounding Work

City is considering to propose a grant request to pay for 50% of the design and bidding package for the undergrounding of utilities associated with the reconstruction of US 1 from College Avenue to MD-193. State Highway Administration has set the cost of this work at an amount not to exceed $300,000; therefore, the CL application will request funding in the amount of$150,000.

Applications for FY 2015 Community Legacy (CL) funding are due to the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) by July 15, 2014 and require a City Council resolution. For FY 2014, the City submitted an application for $75,000 to expand the Commercial Tenant Improvement Program that was previously funded through an FY 2013 application, but it was not approved for additional funding. In FY 2012, the City received $75,000 for the demolition of vacant and blighted buildings on Route 1, which is in the
process of being closed out.

During a training session on May 14, 2014, the DHCD announced that FY 2015 CL funding would be $6,000,000 statewide. CL funds are aimed at strengthening communities through activities such as business retention and attraction, encouraging homeownership, and public infrastructure improvements. Projects must be consistent with the City’s approved Sustainable Community Plan.

City Council will discuss the matter in more details at next Tuesday’s worksession. Staff is recommending approval of the attached resolution authorizing the City Manager to file a FY 2015 application for the Community Legacy program requesting $150,000 in grant funds.

The Market is Open this Saturday!

Please see below this week’s Hollywood Farmers Market newsletter. See you all tomorrow.

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The Market is Open this Saturday!veg1
Although a few of our vendors are taking a break this weekend to celebrate the 4th of July, most of those who sell food products—and a few others—will be ready to serve you. The vendors who will not be there on Saturday, but will return next week, include:

  • Calvert Farms
  • Crest Hill Bakery
  • Heavenly Created Desserts
  • Morning Glory Farm
  • Tiffany’s Oven

Be sure to stop by Phil’s Dills—and replenish all those pickles you and yours consumed at the 4th of July picnic!
veg2A Big Thanks to Our Sponsors 

So far this year we have received contributions from the following north College Park businesses, and we appreciate the services they provide in our neighborhood.

• Gailes Violin
• Terrapin Care Center
• The Bamboo Eater
• MOM’s Organic Market
• New York Deli
• Proteus Bicycles
• Pizza Roma
• Behnke’s

Recipe of the Week: Turkey-Zucchini Burger

The following appeared in the June 9, 2014, newsletter from P. Allen Smith Garden Home at http://www.pallensmith.com/newsletter/2014/06/09.

Ingredients

1 lb ground turkey
3 grated medium zucchinis
3 chopped green onions
2 tablespoons chopped cilantro
1 minced garlic clove
1 teaspoon cumin
1 teaspoon salt (optional)
½ teaspoon pepper
½ teaspoon cayenne pepper

Directions
Before you light the grill, cover the grate with heavy-duty aluminum foil. Mix together all of the above, and form patties. You know the rest!


This week’s Vendors

1. Ferguson Family Farm
2. Huma Henna Art
3. Pleitez Farm
4. Legacy Manor Farm
5. Jessyka Padilla Jewelry
6. Vermi Compost
7. Coffee Barn
8. Phil’s Dills
9. Designed Naturally
10. Chic Expressions
11. Red Chimney Flower Farm
12. Tuckey’s Mountain Grown
13. Roy and RT’s Kitchen and Garden
14. Wood Doctor
15. Tiffany’s Oven
16. Christiane’s Knits and Gardens
17. 49th Ave, Furniture

 

 

Last Week’s Market: A good time was had by all!

Last Saturday, we had a special pre-4th of July celebration, complete with a little fun and a lot of discounts.

  • Children and adults enjoyed the balloon antics shared by Ashley and her friends from the Circus School, and local north College Park resident Donna Weene delighted the little ones by decorating their faces with painted flowers, butterflies, sharks, and other designs.
  • John, head mechanic from Proteus Bicycles (one of our sponsors!), tuned up several bikes and promised to return in the future for a repeat appearance.
  • Residents who purchased bread from Crest Hill Bakery, Roy & RT’s Kitchen, and Heavenly Created Desserts received a coupon for $1 off their purchase.

Last but not least, we had a random drawing of certificates donated by two of our sponsors. And the winners were…

  • Christine Henry won the $25 gift certificate from Behnke’s.
  • The following received a gift certificate from New York Deli for a sandwich and drink: Markus Most, Bill Norwood, Donna Weene, Maria Ramos, and Peggy Ramos.

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Hollywood Farmers Market is located at the Hollywood Shopping Center (near REI) on Saturdays from 9am to 1 pm. Email: Hollywoodmarketcp@gmail.com. Phone: (301) 659 – 6295 Like us on the FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/hollywoodmarket
Copyright © 2014 Hollywood Farmers Market, All rights reserved. www.Hollywoodmarket.org

 

Storm Damages College Park Apartment Roof, Closes Route 1

Damage roof in front of Enclave apartment (Credit: WTOP)

A severe store has hit our area, causing some damages in College Park.

WTOP is reporting that the Enclave apartment building is damaged along Route 1 near Greenbelt Road.

Baltimore Avenue is now closed northbound at Campus Drive/Paint Branch Parkway. Please follow police direction. SHA is on scene redirecting traffic and will clear road. Public Services staff, code and parking officers, are doing damage check city-wide.

7:01PM: The NBC Washington is reporting the apartment is evacuated

North College Park Crime Map: June 23 – 29, 2014

Please see below last week’s crime report and let me know if you have any questions.
[mappress mapid=”178″] Stolen Vehicle

Event

Type

From

To

Location

[6/27/14]STLVEH06:1007:129500 Blk 48TH AVE,

Assault

Event

 

Type

From

To

Location

[6/23/14]ASLT21:2623:044700 Blk CHEROKEE ST,

Breaking and Entering Residential

Event

Type

From

To

Location

[6/24/14]BREAKR10:4712:529200 Blk LIMESTONE PL,
[6/24/14]BREAKR18:2220:059200 Blk LIMESTONE PL,
[6/28/14]BREAK08:0609:283400 Blk DUKE ST,
[6/29/14]BREAKR12:3315:205100 Blk NANTUCKET CT,
[6/29/14]BREAKR17:0420:473400 Blk DUKE ST,

Theft

Event

Type

From

To

Location

[6/23/14]THEFT15:2620:259300 Blk ST ANDREWS PL,
[6/29/14]THEFT00:5400:55IKEA,
[6/29/14]THEFT14:0814:533500 Blk MARLBROUGH WAY,

Theft from Auto

Event

Type

From

To

Location

[6/25/14]THEFTA17:3418:275000 Blk INDIAN LN,
[6/28/14]THEFTA13:0213:369100 Blk 49TH AVE,