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Oct 29-31 PGPD Community Services Division Safe Treat Initiative

The Prince George’s County Police Department’s Community Services Division will be hosting a Safe Treat Initiative to promote personal safety awareness and education.

The Community Services Division, along with the Robbery Suppression Teams (RST), Special Assignment Teams (SAT), and Community Oriented Police Officers (COPS), will be on hand at their respective districts to assist with this initiative.  Each station will decorate their lobby area to allow a safe place for parents to bring their children for trick-or-treating. Parents and children will be able to speak with a COPS officer who will share safety tips and information about the Explorer and Police Athletic League Programs.

Children are encouraged to come in costume and receive candy; however no child will be turned away if they are not in costume. COPS and Community Services Division officers will be conducting high visibility patrol during this initiative.  They will provide candy and literature to children in the community.

Event: Safe Treat Initiative

When: October 29th – October 31st

Time: 1:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Where: District I / Hyattsville, 5000 Rhode Island Avenue, Hyattsville, Maryland

District II / Bowie, 601 S.W. Crain Highway, Upper Marlboro, Maryland

District III / Palmer Park, 7600 Barlowe Road, Landover, Maryland

District IV/ Oxon Hill, 5135 Old Indian Head Highway, Oxon Hill, Maryland

District V/ Clinton, 6707 Groveton Drive, Clinton, Maryland

District VI/ Beltsville, 4321 Sellman Road, Beltsville, Maryland

All members of the community and media are invited to attend.  For more information, call the Prince George’s County Police Department’s Community Services Division at (301) 772-4402.

For full details, go to
https://local.nixle.com/alert/3897626/?sub_id=117983.

Contact Information:

Community Services Division 301-772-4402

New Soo's Deli in Pheasant Run Shopping Plaza

Here's an unsolicited testimonial received from a satisfied customer about the new Soo's Deli, 9832 Mallard Dr. (MAP), on the corner of the liquor store building that faces south toward Mallard Dr.

Quote:
I am writing about Soo's Deli located at 9832 Mallard Drive (Pheasant Run Shopping Plaza). I went there several weeks ago and I ordered a chicken salad sandwich which was very good. Then, on this past Thursday morning, I went to the deli because breakfast is served "all day". I wish to report that their "big breakfast" is also quite good and the portion is generous. The big breakfast includes two eggs (your way), home fries (real potatoes) with onions, sausage and bacon and two slices of toast. All of this for $3.99 + tax.

I hope that other South Laurel residents will patronize Soo's Deli. The service is warm and friendly and the food is made on site and very neatly presented. There are tables for those who prefer to "eat in" or carryout is available. As a resident of South Laurel, we must patronize the business of our community and I do hope that Soo's Deli will become a favored place to go.

Montpelier Arts Center - First Film and Final Recital Oct 23-24

Montpelier Arts Center - First Film and Final Recital Oct 23-24

Look Out Photo: Suspect in B&Es in Montpelier














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This is a newly available photo of a suspect in the act of committing a burglary in Laurel on at 11:07 pm on August 4, 2010.  The image was captured on a home security system.

8700-hundred block of Graystone Lane
Laurel, MD 20708
CCN# 10-217-0027
08/05/2010

If you have information about this suspect or burglary, please email police_district6@co.pg.md.us or call the anonymous Prince George's County Police Tip-Line (301) 931-3575 .

Oct 15 Helping Patuxent River One Tree at a Time

Looking for an opportunity for your children to earn community service learning hours and learn about the environment? Join WSSC in removing invasive weeds around trees at West Laurel. If your child is under 15, they must be accompanied by an adult.  WSSC will provide the gloves and snippers.  Fri., Oct. 15 (school is out that day), 9 a.m. to Noon; Supplee Lane Recreation Area, 16901 Supplee Lane, Laurel. (MAP)  301-206-8233 or kknox@wsscwater.com