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Fifth District Patrol Officers and Detectives Solve 7-11 Store Robbery Case

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  • policefsu13
    On Tuesday, February 12, at around midnight two suspects entered the 7-11 Store, located in the 2800 block of Bladensburg Road NE, and assaulted the store
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 15 3:37 AM
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      On Tuesday, February 12, at around midnight two suspects entered the 7-11 Store, located in the 2800 block of Bladensburg Road NE, and assaulted the store clerk by spraying the employee with a chemical irritate. The two suspects then grabbed a large amount of valuable merchandise from behind the counter and fled. Both suspects wore masks in an attempt to disguise their appearance while committing this commercial Robbery.

      This Robbery investigation was assigned to Detective Dino McFadden of the Fifth District Detectives Unit. Detective McFadden created a "be on the look-out" flyer with information gained about the Robbery case. The BOLO was distributed to law enforcement members across the Metropolitan Washington Region in an effort to gather more information about these two suspects.

      Fifth Police District Officer Pappas received a copy of the BOLO and felt he knew who one of the suspects may be. This information was provided to Fifth District Detective McFadden. Detective McFadden along with the assistance of Detective Parker were able to use the information provided by Officer Pappas and recover crucial evidence tying that suspect to the robbery and were able to make a positive identification of the suspect.

      Fifth District Detectives conducted a detailed investigation into this Robbery that lead to overwhelming evidence against a suspect. On Thursday, March 14, 2013, a suspect was arrested in this case within the Fifth District.

      This is a perfect example of how a dedicated Fifth Police District Uniformed Officer knowing his Patrol Service Area (PSA) and the criminal element within that PSA, provided crucial information to the Fifth District Detective's Unit which allowed them to immediately move forward on and develop a strong investigative case that led to the successful closure of yet another Robbery case.

      All Fifth Police District members involved in this Robbery case did an outstanding job working together swiftly to identify, share information, fully investigate and arrest offenders such as this.

      The Fifth Police District Command Staff, under the leadership and direction of Commander Solberg, wish to again share with you another example of the hard work, dedication and effort of our brave men and women are providing while serving you and our community.
    • Debbie Steiner
      YES; this definitely shows the commitment of hard work with dedication to the community to keep our streets safe. Kudos!! Success is to be measured not so much
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 15 3:43 AM
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        YES; this definitely shows the commitment of hard work with dedication to the community to keep our streets safe.

        Kudos!!

        Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life, as by the obstacles which one has overcome while trying to succeed.

               Booker T. Washington

        On Mar 15, 2013, at 6:37 AM, "policefsu13" <mark.beach@...> wrote:

         

        On Tuesday, February 12, at around midnight two suspects entered the 7-11 Store, located in the 2800 block of Bladensburg Road NE, and assaulted the store clerk by spraying the employee with a chemical irritate. The two suspects then grabbed a large amount of valuable merchandise from behind the counter and fled. Both suspects wore masks in an attempt to disguise their appearance while committing this commercial Robbery.

        This Robbery investigation was assigned to Detective Dino McFadden of the Fifth District Detectives Unit. Detective McFadden created a "be on the look-out" flyer with information gained about the Robbery case. The BOLO was distributed to law enforcement members across the Metropolitan Washington Region in an effort to gather more information about these two suspects.

        Fifth Police District Officer Pappas received a copy of the BOLO and felt he knew who one of the suspects may be. This information was provided to Fifth District Detective McFadden. Detective McFadden along with the assistance of Detective Parker were able to use the information provided by Officer Pappas and recover crucial evidence tying that suspect to the robbery and were able to make a positive identification of the suspect.

        Fifth District Detectives conducted a detailed investigation into this Robbery that lead to overwhelming evidence against a suspect. On Thursday, March 14, 2013, a suspect was arrested in this case within the Fifth District.

        This is a perfect example of how a dedicated Fifth Police District Uniformed Officer knowing his Patrol Service Area (PSA) and the criminal element within that PSA, provided crucial information to the Fifth District Detective's Unit which allowed them to immediately move forward on and develop a strong investigative case that led to the successful closure of yet another Robbery case.

        All Fifth Police District members involved in this Robbery case did an outstanding job working together swiftly to identify, share information, fully investigate and arrest offenders such as this.

        The Fifth Police District Command Staff, under the leadership and direction of Commander Solberg, wish to again share with you another example of the hard work, dedication and effort of our brave men and women are providing while serving you and our community.

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