Busy Weekend for Police: Stolen Vehicles, Hit and Run, Burglaries and Sex Crimes in Southern District

Anne Arundel County Police were busy in Southern District this weekend with thefts, burglary, and an unusual sexual offense at the Annapolis Mall, as well as an earlier reported hit and run in Davidsonville.

It all got started early Saturday morning, when officers were called to the 3000 block of Patuxent River Road for a report of a suspicious subject putting items into a silver Toyota truck at the end of a residential driveway. Officers at the scene found that scrap aluminum had been taken from a backyard, police spokesman Justin Mulcahy said.

Christopher Aisquith

Christopher Aisquith

Police gave a description of the Toyota to the homeowner, who indicated that it was a former employee. The homeowner gave an home address in the Homewood community in Davidsonville. Police found the suspect at the address provided by the homeowner.

Mulcahy said that police found the stolen aluminum in the garage.

In addition to the theft, burglary, trespassing and other charges, Christopher Aisquith, 27, of Homewood Drive in Davidsonville, had a warrant “for driving suspended,” the report said.


A little after 3 a.m., also on Saturday, police were called to Glencrest Drive in Annapolis for a report of a man tampering with automobiles. Officers found the suspect, who was in possession of stolen property. A juvenile, 16 years old, was charged and turned over to the custody of relatives.


At 8:30 p.m. on Saturday evening, police were called to the Annapolis Mall where they spoke to an female victim, 18, who had taken her complaint of being slapped on the buttocks to mall security.

The police reported indicated that she had been in Game Stop when a man slapped her while a friend of the suspect videotaped the incident on his iPhone.

Multiple witnesses obtained a partial tag number for the suspect vehicle and officers located the driver, who was booked at Western District. The suspect, 16 years old, was charged as a juvenile with Second Degree Assault and Fourth Degree Sex Offense and released into the custody of relatives.


Saturday evening, around dusk, police were called to a hit and run incident in Davidsonville at the Patuxent River crossing. There, two bicyclists had been hit by a vehicle. One cyclist was airlifted to Shock Trauma while the other was taken by ambulance to Washington MedStar. Police remain on the lookout for the suspect in that incident. Please see our story for more complete coverage and the make and model of the vehicle and a suspect description. Help police if you can on this one. One of the victim’s remained in critical condition as of yesterday.


On Sunday, just before 1 p.m., police were called to the 5900 block of Fishers Station Road in Lothian for a report of a burglary and stolen vehicle, according to the police report sent out by Mulcahy.

Justin Anderson

Justin Anderson

Allison Greenwell

Allison Greenwell

Officers said that a woman, 50, discovered her 2012 Jeep Wrangler had been stolen from her garage.

Overnight into Monday, around 2:15 a.m., an officer patrolling the area of Shady Side Road at Shadyrest Road in Shady Side saw a white Jeep Wrangler similar to the vehicle that had been stolen roughly 13 hours earlier.

Upon further investigation, it was revealed that it was the Jeep that had been reported stolen. Police were able to take two people, a man and a woman, into custody after the vehicle came to a rest in the 1100 block of Cedar Avenue — about a mile and a half away from where it was initially spotted, the report said.

The suspects are: Justin Michael Anderson, 23, of Southland Court in Dunkirk, and Allison Greenwell, 19, of Juniper Street in Shady Side. They were charged with burglary, possession of a stolen vehicle and traffic violations, Mulcahy said.


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