Crimes in Police Service Area 202
Reported in August 2020
|OFFENSE||August2020||July2020||August2019||2020YTD Total (avg/month)||2019Total (avg/month)||AverageJan 2015 – August 2020|
|Homicide||0||0||0||0 (0.00)||1 (0.08)||0.01|
|Sex Abuse||0||1||0||1 (0.13)||1 (0.08)||0.10|
|Assault with Dangerous Weapon||0||2||2||9 (1.13)||5 (0.42)||0.69|
|Robbery||1||0||1||4 (0.50)||19 (1.58)||1.23|
|Total Violent Crimes||0||3||3||14 (1.75)||26 (2.17)||2.04|
|Burglary||7||7||0||40 (5.00)||22 (1.83)||2.31|
|Thefts from Auto||16||8||21||140 (17.50)||209 (17.42)||16.13|
|Thefts Other||13||7||40||147 (18.38)||328 (27.33)||24.63|
|Motor Vehicle Theft||7||3||1||26 (3.25)||18 (1.50)||1.83|
|Total Property Crimes||43||25||62||353 (44.13)||577 (48.08)||44.89|
|TOTAL||43||28||65||367 (45.88)||603 (50.25)||46.94|
Data reflect the date crimes were reported to MPD and include all crimes reported in PSA 202 as of September 14, 2020. Source https://dcatlas.dcgis.dc.gov
PSA 202 Crime Trends:
Property crimes were up 72% in August over the previous month and down 30% over August 2019. The average number of Burglaries and Motor Vehicle Thefts per month are up this year 173% and 117% respectively over the monthly average in 2019 whereas the average number of Thefts Other are down this year 32% over last year.
Crime Details by Category:
Burglary (7 Total)
- Monday, August 3, 1:43 AM; 5300 block of Wisconsin Ave, NW; CCN 20110547. Unknown suspect(s) smashed a large window to gain entry and stole the property. The suspect(s) fled.
- Between Monday, August 10, 12:20 PM and Tuesday August 11, 10:47 AM; 5100 block of Wisconsin Ave, NW; CCN 20114624. Unknown suspect(s) entered the location in an unknown manner and moved papers and damaged a drawer. No property was stolen.
- Tuesday, August 11, 3:43 AM; 5300 block of Wisconsin Ave, NW; CCN 20114532. MPD responded to an alarm and observed a vehicle fleeing the scene. An investigation revealed that four unknown suspects took property from the building.
- Tuesday, August 18, 3:03 AM; 5224 block of Wisconsin Ave, NW; CCN 20117842. A suspect was observed by MPD conducting surveillance in the area with two TVs. The suspect was stopped and it was determined he had just stolen them from inside of building. The suspect was arrested on scene. Additionally, the suspect had several warrants.
- Thursday, August 20, 2:55 AM; 4900 block of Wisconsin Ave, NW; CCN 20118813. Two suspects removed plywood from the front door and entered the location where they stole property. The suspects fled.
- Between Friday, August 28, 2:00 PM and Sunday, August 30, 9:40 PM; 4200 block of 40th St NW; CCN 20124196.
- Sunday, August 30, 8:56 AM; 4800 block of Wisconsin Ave, NW; CCN 20124043.
Motor Vehicle Theft (7 Total)
- Saturday, August 8 at 19:21 PM; 5300 block of Wisconsin Ave, NW; CCN 20113414. The vehicle was parked and left running and unattended by the owner when it was stolen. It was later recovered in MD.
- Tuesday, August 11, 7:43 PM; 4700 block of 49th St, NW; CCN 20114903. The vehicle was recovered in SE by using a tracking device installed on the vehicle.
- Tuesday, August 18, 6:14 AM; 4800 block of 41st St, NW; CCN 20117866. The vehicle was parked in the rear of the location when it was stolen. MPD is working on locating vehicle through a tracking device.
- Wednesday, August 19, 7:26 AM; 4227 block of Wisconsin Ave, NW; CCN 20118346. The suspect stole the vehicle while he was being transported for psychiatric care. The suspect was later arrested at his mother’s house.
- Between Friday, August 21, 9:30 AM and Saturday, August 22, 9:30 AM; 4500 block of 45th St, NW; CCN 20119892. This vehicle was recovered.
- Between Wednesday, August 26, 12:54 AM and Thursday, August 27, 10:37 AM; 4900 block of 43rd PL, NW; CCN 20122224. This vehicle was recovered while being operated by an unauthorized driver. The suspect was arrested.
- Friday, August 28, 3:00 PM; 4300 block of Windom Pl, NW; CCN 20122943. The victim reported the suspect took his motorcycle without permission and fled the scene. The victim had the keys and registration in his possession.