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Thefts near U-Md lead to arrests

A man having a party in his house near the University of Maryland campus in College Park over the weekend found an uninvited guest going from room to room and stealing things, Prince George’s County police said.

When confronted around 2 a.m. in the house in the 4600 block of College Avenue, the thief ran and drove off in a car, dragging the party host, but he was not injured, police said. Police stopped the car soon afterward and found property inside that had been taken from the house.

Police said they also found items taken in another theft and in a robbery that had occurred in the same neighborhood about the same time Saturday morning.

Police said they arrested two young men and three female juveniles.The men were identified by police as Uchain B. Onyewudiala, 20, and Aaron J. Officer , 20, both of Silver Spring.

P0lice said the suspects faced charges related to the robbery and thefts.


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