Detectives from the Montgomery County Police – Family Crimes Division are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing juvenile from Rockville.
Malik Terrell West, who goes by his middle name Terrell, is 14 years-old and lives in the 16100 block of Crabbs Branch Way in Rockville. He was last seen on June 1.
West is described as a black male, 5’10” tall, and weighing approximately 150 pounds. He has brown eyes and short black hair. West was last seen wearing a grey short-sleeved shirt and blue jeans.
Police and family are concerned for his emotional and physical well-being.
Anyone with information regarding Malik Terrell West’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Family Crimes Division at 240-773-5400, or the police non-emergency number at 301-279-8000. Callers may remain anonymous.
Photo added on 6/4/2014.
Malik Terrell West
Eqrem Tabaku, age 66, of the 11400 block of Tulip Poplar Terrace in Germantown, has been located safe and unharmed. He was reported missing on May 29.
Police and family thank those who publicized and shared this missing person case.
Cynthia Ferneau, who had been reported missing on Sunday, June 1, was located just after midnight on June 2 in Friendship Heights. She was in good health and has been reunited with family. Police and family thank the public for their assistance in this case.
On 05/30/14 at approximately 4:30pm, Montgomery County Police and Montgomery County Fire Rescue responded to a personal injury collision in the 8000 block of Snouffer School Road. Upon arrival, officers observed a two vehicle collision involving a 1999 Toyota Sienna and a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 pick-up truck.
Preliminary investigation indicates the 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 was travelling westbound on Snouffer School Road. The 1999 Toyota Sienna was exiting the parking lot of the Horizon Center and attempting to make a left turn on to eastbound Snouffer School Road. The Dodge truck struck the driver side of the Toyota Sienna.
The driver of the Toyota Sienna sustained injuries and was transported to Medstar Hospital and has since been released. Three children (aged 12, 11 and 9) from the Toyota Sienna were transported to Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC. The 9-year old child sustained life threatening injuries and is in critical but stable condition at this time. The other two children sustained minor injuries.
The driver of the Dodge truck refused medical treatment and remained at the scene.
The MCPD Collision Reconstruction Unit continues to investigate this incident. The area of Woodfield Road and Snouffer School Road remain closed but should reopen around 10pm this evening.