Since October 13, detectives from the Montgomery County Police Department – 2nd District Investigative Section have been investigating a series of residential burglaries that occurred in the Chevy Chase area. These burglaries occurred during the daytime hours with entry into the homes made by breaking a rear sliding glass door or a basement window.
During the investigation, the victims’ homes were processed for evidence. Fingerprints recovered from the homes were submitted for analysis. Through that analysis, detectives received a fingerprint match that identified Eric A. Outlaw as the suspect in the burglaries.
On October 29, investigators in the area of the 3600 block of Shepherd Street in Chevy Chase (the same area as the prior burglaries) observed Outlaw and another subject, later identified as Stephon E. Jones, attempting to break into two residences. Outlaw and Jones were arrested.
On October 29, detectives charged Eric A. Outlaw, age 25, of the 1300 block of New York Avenue NE, Washington, DC, with committing three burglaries and attempting to commit three additional burglaries.
- October 13 – 7500 block of Tarrytown Road in Chevy Chase. Several items were taken from the residence.
- October 14 – 3900 block of Aspen Street in Chevy Chase. Several items were taken from the residence.
- October 20 – 3800 block of Blackthorn Street in Chevy Chase. Several items were taken from the residence.
- October 20 – Attempted residential burglary in the 4100 block of Blackthorn Street in Chevy Chase. Outlaw broke a rear window to the residence but was unable to gain entry.
- October 29 – Two attempted residential burglaries in the 3600 block of Shepherd Street in Chevy Chase.
Detectives charged Stephon E. Jones, age 26, of the 1900 block of 16th Street SE, Washington, DC, with attempting to commit two burglaries in the 3600 block of Shepherd Street while in the company of Outlaw.
Outlaw and Jones were transported to the Central Processing Unit and were charged with numerous crimes to include burglary, theft, and destruction of property. Outlaw is currently being held on a $50,000 bond and Jones was released after posting a $25,000 bond.
Eric A. Outlaw
Stephon E. Jones
UPDATE, 10/29/15 11:30 a.m.: Makayla and Marshaye Hebron have returned home and are safe and unharmed. Thank you to the public and media for sharing this missing person case.
Detectives from the Montgomery County Police Department – Special Victims Investigations Division are asking for the public’s help in locating two missing sisters.
Makayla Hebron, age 17, and Marshaye Hebron, age 16, of the 1300 block of Greencastle Ridge Terrace in the Burtonsville area, were last seen on October 23. Makayla Hebron is described as a black female, 5’05” tall, 125 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. Marshaye Hebron is described as a black female, 5’02” tall, 130 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. Detectives believe that the two sisters are together.
Police and family are concerned for Makalya and Marshaye’s welfare. Friends have reported receiving cell phone texts from the girls but their location is unknown.
Anyone who has information regarding the whereabouts of Makayla and Marshaye Hebron is asked to call the Montgomery County Police-Special Victims Investigations Division at 240-773-5400 or 301-279-8000 (24-hour line).
Detectives from the Montgomery County Police – Major Crimes Division are asking the public for help to identify two suspects responsible for an attempted armed carjacking of a Montgomery County employee in Aspen Hill.
This morning at approximately 6:30 a.m., 4th District officers responded to the area of the 4800 block of Aspen Hill Road (near the intersection of Iris Street) for the report of an attempted armed carjacking.
The Investigation revealed that the 41-year-old Montgomery County Police Automated Traffic Enforcement Unit employee was operating a county owned van. The van is equipped with speed detection cameras. The victim was preparing to monitor traffic on Aspen Hill Road when the two suspects, one of whom was armed with a handgun, approached him at the side of the van. The first suspect pointed the handgun at the victim and demanded the keys to the van. Both suspects then assaulted the victim, knocking him to the ground. The two suspects fled from the area without taking the vehicle or any property. The victim was taken to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Both suspects were male. The first suspect is described as a black male, 5’9” to 5’10’ tall, and weighing between 160 and 170 pounds. He was wearing a dark hoodie over his face and was armed with a handgun. There is no further description of the second male suspect.
Anyone who has information about these two suspects or the attempted carjacking and assault is asked to call the Montgomery County Police – Major Crimes Division at 240-773-5070. Those who wish to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers of Montgomery County at 240-773-TIPS (8477) or Text-A-Tip to: CRIMES (274637), text MCPD and your crime tip. Crime Solvers will pay a cash reward of up to $10,000 for information provided to them that leads to an arrest and/or indictment for this crime.
Detectives from the Montgomery County Police Department – 2nd District Investigative Section have charged Bryan A. Jackson, age 25, of the unit block of Grinnell Court in Derwood, with attempted murder and assault.
On October 25 at approximately 6:27 p.m., 2nd District officers responded to Armory Avenue and Mitchell Street in Kensington for the report of a vehicle that struck an adult male pedestrian and fled from the area.
Investigation has revealed that Jackson was parked outside of his ex-girlfriend’s home and was waiting to drop off their children. During this time, Jackson observed the victim dropping off the ex-girlfriend at her residence. Detectives believe that at this point, Jackson began to follow the victim’s car. The victim, who had noticed that he was being followed, stopped his car at the intersection of Armory Avenue and Mitchell Street in Kensington. The victim exited his car and approached Jackson’s car to find out why he was being followed. Detectives learned that once the victim exited his car, Jackson drove forward and intentionally struck the victim with his vehicle. The impact with Jackson’s car caused the victim to roll over the hood and onto the pavement. Jackson then put his car in reverse and backed over him. Jackson then drove forward and struck the victim a third time causing the victim to become trapped underneath the vehicle. Jackson dragged the victim under his car for approximately 30 yards before the victim became free. Jackson then fled from the area in his car. The victim was taken to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Jackson was arrested and transported to the Central Processing Unit where he was charged with one count of attempted second-degree murder, one count of first-degree assault, and one count of second-degree assault. Jackson is currently being held without bond.