Released on October 22, 2011 - 8:44am
Oct 17

Date of Release: October 17, 2011  
For Additional Information Contact: Jim Collins (301) 725-5300

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10/04/11 14200 Block Oxford Drive
14k gold engagement ring with ½ carat marquise diamond with 2 ¼ carat diamonds on each side was stolen from a residence.

10/05/11 14900 Block Laurel Oaks Lane
20 inch bicycle, black and pink in color stolen from a residence yard.

10/06/11 8100 Block Fenwick Court
Blackberry phone stolen from a residence.

10/06/11 13700 Block Baltimore Avenue
Garmin GPS system stolen from a vehicle.

10/08/11 700 Block Montrose Avenue
Jewelry box containing twenty gold and twenty silver necklaces, gold pendant and a gold ring with rubies stolen from the bedroom of a home.

10/08/11 8200 Block Northlake Court
Credit cards and a violin stolen from a parked car.

10/08/11 14300 Block Chapel Cove Court
IPOD Nano and a key stolen from a parked car.

10/09/11 14700 Block Fourth Street
Various clothing, Nike gym bag and Nike tennis Airmax shoes stolen from a parked car.

10/10/11 8200 Block Harvest Bend Lane
24 inch bicycle, white and pink in color stolen off an apartment balcony.

10/10/11 7600 Block Old Sandy Spring Road
250 gallons of fuel oil stolen from the storage tank next to a house.

10/10/11 800 Block Gorman Avenue
Wallet stolen from a 79 year old man while pumping gas at a service center by a black male who grabbed the wallet from the victim’s hand and fled across Talbot Avenue.  

10/12/11 14700 Block Baltimore Avenue
11 Nike track suits stolen from a display at Macy’s Department Store by a black male who fled in a gold Honda.    


10/09/11 800 Block Gorman Avenue
ATV vehicle stolen from the rear of a parked at a service center.

10/11/11 15100 Block Baltimore Avenue
2006 Honda Accord, Gray in color with Maryland tags A127557.

10/12/11 14900 Block Baltimore Avenue
1996 Cadillac Seville, 4 door, Blue in color with Maryland tags GFL036.


10/12/11 300 Block Washington Boulevard
Entry gained by smashing out a window at Camelot liquor store, numerous alcoholic beverages were taken. Laurel Police officer observed a man standing next to a building across the street from the liquor store at Mr Tire Company and notice a window smashed out. Upon further investigation the suspect was arrested and charged with burglary of Camelot Liquors and Attempted burglary at Mr. Tire. Charged was Ronald C. Sessoms, age 59 of the 300 block Prince George Street in Laurel.

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The Laurel Police Department is committed to providing the highest quality of law enforcement service to the City of Laurel citizens by aggressive Crime Prevention and vigorously pursuing and arresting criminals.