|Case Number||Posted Date||Location||Incident Type||Occurred Date|
|MCPD 2000005850||02/05/2020||Shady Grove Garage||Car Break-Ins||02/04/2020|
|Yesterday, some cars were broken into in the Shady Grove Garage. Police are investigating. See your email for more details. Yesterday afternoon, several cars in the Shady Grove Garage were broken into by having their windows smashed. The thief tried several door handles prior to breaking the first window, but finally resorted to breaking windows. We are reviewing our CCTV recordings and increasing our patrols of the garages and parking lots. The car break-ins are being investigated by the Montgomery County Police and we'll offer them any assistance that we can. In the meantime, please be sure to secure your car completely. Lock your doors, roll your windows all the way up, and make sure that all items of value are completely hidden from view. Don't leave anything visible through the windows of your parked car. Thieves who break into cars usually do so to steal property that they can see through the windows. Please be vigilant and report anything that seems out of the ordinary to USG Public Safety (301-738-6065) or call 911 to reach the Montgomery County Police. You will note increased patrols of the Shady Grove Garage and Parking Lot 1 by USG Security Guards. If you feel unsafe or uncomfortable, consider walking back to your cars with friends or classmates and dont hesitate to request that a guard escort you to your vehicle.|
|MCPD 10-051329||10/20/10||Center exit doors of Building II by Multipurpose Room||Attempted Strong-arm Robbery||10/20/2010|
|On Sunday, October 17, 2010, a conference event, the Yu-Gi-Oh Regional Tour, was being held at USG. At approximately 6:30 pm, four men attempted to take a backpack containing trading cards from an attendee as he was exiting Building II. The victim is not affiliated with USG. The suspects were unable to wrest the backpack from the victim and they fled on foot in the direction of the shopping center. About 15 minutes later, a witness observed the suspects inside the Giant Food. Montgomery County Police responded, positively identified the suspects and placed them all under arrest without incident. The arrestees are not affiliated with USG and are residebnts of Baltimore, MD. The three adults (aged 19, 19 & 21) were charged with attempted strong-arm robbery and the 17 year old juvenile was charged on a Juveniole Petition.|
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