Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Warrant/Fugitive Division Felony Arrest Report #PGSO

Upper Marlboro, MD…The Sheriff’s Office Warrant/Fugitive Division reported the following felony arrests:

  CDS Possession with Intent to Distribute Suspect Arrested

The Prince George’s County Office of the Sheriff reported the capture of Cortia Edmonds of Oxon Hill, MD on an arrest warrant for CDS Possession with Intent to Distribute obtained by the County Police on July 2, 2018.

According to the warrant, on April 16, police responded to a pharmacy located in the 5800 block of Silver Hill Road in District Heights MD for a report of theft. Upon arrival they spoke with the store’s Asset Protection Leader who stated that they had surveillance footage of Edmonds taking prescription drugs Alprazolam and Promethazine with Codeine. The warrant also states that Edmonds informed the officer that she had stolen over thirty bottles since October 2017 with a store value of over $9,500 dollars and a street value of approximately $45,000 dollars.

Sheriff’s Deputies’ investigation led them to an address in the 1100 block of Kennebec Street in Oxon Hill MD where Edmonds was located, taken into custody and transported to the Prince George’s County Department of Corrections without incident.

Edmonds is also charged with CDS Possession not Marijuana, CDS Possession with Intent to Distribute, Prescription obtained by Fraud, Theft $1500-$25000, and Theft Scheme $1500-$250.

Robbery Suspect Arrested

Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Angel Quinteros-Calles of Hyattsville, MD on an arrest warrant for Robbery that was obtained by the County Police on June 7, 2018.

The Warrant states that on May 18th officers responded to the 1600 block of University Blvd in Hyattsville MD where they were approached by a woman who advised that she had been punched after refusing to give up her purse. The man, and at least one other suspect escaped in a vehicle.

On July 20, 2018, deputies went to an address in the 1400 block of University Blvd in Hyattsville, MD where they were granted entry by a resident. Once inside deputies advised Quinteros-Calles that they had a warrant for his arrest. He was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Prince George’s County Department of Corrections. Quinteros-Calles is also charged with Second Degree Assault and Theft less than $1000.
 
For more information contact the Communications and Public Affairs Division at 301-780-7354.

#PGSO Summer 2018 Newsletter Vol.8 Issue 2


Kappa Alpha Psi joins PGSO's "Teddy Bear" Partnership to help children affected by Domestic Violence



The Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., Upper Marlboro-Waldorf chapter, in partnership with the Fort Washington, MD and Bowie Mitchellville alumni chapters presented Chief Assistant Sheriff Colonel Darrin Palmer and the Office of the Sheriff 100 Teddy Bears to become official “Teddy Bear” partners with the agency. The teddy bears are used by deputies in the Domestic Violence Intervention Division (DVID) to comfort children they encounter in chaotic domestic situations when responding to domestic violence calls for service.

Colonel Palmer thanked Kappa Alpha Psi for joining the teddy bear partnership and for their continued involvement with the Office of the Sheriff’s continuing efforts to end domestic violence for their support of the Sheriff’s “Purple Light Nights” Domestic Violence Awareness Campaign, which the fraternity participated in last year.

 Kappa Alpha Psi is the second oldest existing historically Black Greek Letter Fraternity and the 1st intercollegiate Fraternity incorporated as a national body. It remains the only Greek letter organization with its Alpha Chapter on Indiana University's campus. The Fraternity has over 125,000 members with 700 undergraduate and alumni chapters in nearly every state of the United States and International chapters in Nigeria, South Africa, the West Indies, The United Kingdom, Germany, Korea, and Japan.

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Warrant/Fugitive Division Felony Arrest Report #PGSO

Upper Marlboro, MD…The Sheriff’s Office Warrant/Fugitive Division reported the following felony arrests: First Degree Burglary Suspect Arrested Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Marcus Hallman of Beltsville, MD who was wanted on an arrest warrant for First Degree Burglary obtained by County Police on January 31, 2018.


According to the warrant, on January 6th, Hallman was in the 3500 block of Powder Mill Road in Beltsville, MD and county police responded to a call for a breaking and entering. When they arrived on scene they spoke with the victim who stated that Hallman may have forced entry into her residence by breaking in through the bedroom window. Hallman allegedly stole 300.00 dollars, a laptop computer, cell phone, and some other personal items. According to the warrant, Hallman fled the scene before the police arrived.


According to felony arrest reports, Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Deputies along with members of the United States Marshal Fugitive Task Force made several attempts to serve Hallman. On June 21, Sheriff’s Deputies located Hallman through a personal contact who arranged for Hallman to turn himself in. Hallman was taken into custody and transported to the Prince George’s County Department of Corrections (DOC) for processing.


Hallman is also charged with First Degree Burglary and Theft less than $100.00.


Second Degree Rape Suspect


Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Edward Totangi of Lanham, MD on a warrant for Second Degree Rape that was obtained by the Maryland-National Capital Park Police on June 18, 2018.


According to the warrant, on June 11, at a neighborhood park in the 12000 block of Contee Road in Laurel, MD, Totangi engaged in unwanted sexual contact with a female victim.


On June 18, Warrant/Fugitive Division Deputies located Totangi in the 9800 block of Good Luck Road in Lanham. Totangi was positively identified by Deputies then placed into custody and transported to the Prince George’s County Department of Corrections.


Totangi is also charged with First and Second-Degree Assault.


For more information, contact the Communications and Public Affairs Division at 301-780-7354.