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09/04 - Mario U. Murillo, 28, of Hagerstown, Maryland was stopped in his vehicle after a motor vehicle infraction had been observed. Mr. Murillo was subsequently arrested and charged with operating a vehicle with a suspended/revoked license and receiving stolen property. Mr. Murillo was released with a pending court date.

09/15 - At 1000 hours a report was taken for a burglary to a motor vehicle. The incident occurred between 2100 hours on 9/10 and 0830 hours on 9/12. Taken from the vehicle was a beige leather tool bag that continued electrical testers and miscellaneous screwdrivers. Total value of the items taken was approximately $300.00.

09/16 - At 0639 hours a report was taken for a theft of a motor vehicle from a residence on Templar Way. Taken during the overnight hours was a 2012 black Audi A6. Approximate value of the vehicle was $33,000.00.

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9/19 - At 1159 hours a report was taken for a theft from a Springfield Avenue business. The owner reports two black or Hispanic males, approximately 5’6”-5’8”, in their mid-20s-early 30s entered the business and removed a “headshell” from the record player located in the business. Total value of the item is approximately $100.00.

9/21 - At 1356 hours a report was taken for a theft of medical equipment. The incident occurred between 1800 hours on 9/16 and 0800 hours on 9/17. Taken from the medical facility were two Duodenoschopes with a combined value of $62,512.00.

9/23 - At 1553 hours a report was taken for a theft from a business by deception. A possibly Hispanic or black male, possibly in his mid-20s responded to a store on Springfield Avenue looking to purchase a bicycle. The male and another party via telephone provided a credit card number to purchase the 2017 S-Works Fatboy bicycle, valued at $7,500.00.

09/27 - At 1628 hours a report for a theft of an unsecured bicycle was taken. The incident occurred between 9/23 and 9/27 when the bicycle had been left in a bicycle rack at Washington School unsecured through the weekend. Taken was a medium sized, black & red Specialized 7-speed boys bicycle. Approximate value of the bicycle was $380.00.

09/28 - At 0334 hours a report was taken for a theft of a purse from an employee break room from a business on Beauvior Avenue. The incident occurred between 1900 hours on 9/27 and 0330 hours on 9/28. Taken from a secured employee break room was a MCM tan handbag and backpack. The handbag was valued at approximately $1,000.00.

10/01 - At 2238 hours a report for a theft of an unsecured bicycle was taken. The incident occurred between 2015 hours and 2200 hours. Taken from the yard of a residence on Madison Avenue was a boys black 21 speed Specialized Mountain Bicycle with yellow letters. Approximate value is $500.00. 

Editor's Note: This article relies on information provided by law enforcement officials and the subjects are presumed innocent. If notified of changes to the charges or their outcome, TAPinto.net will update this report.

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