Laurel Police Blotter: Police Charge Man in Liquor Store Burglary

The following arrest information was supplied by the Laurel Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Laurel Police have charged a Laurel man in the burglary of Camelot Liquors and Mr. Tire earlier this month.

Ronald C. Sessoms, 59, of the 300 block Prince George Street, was charged by Laurel Police in the burglary and attempted burglary of the two stores. According to police, the incident happened Oct. 12. along the 300 block of Washington Boulevard. Police spotted Sessoms in the vicinity of Camelot Discount Liquors and after the break-in occurred and bottles of beverages were taken. According to police, a window was smashed out at Mr. Tire and after further inspection, police charged Sessoms.



14200 Block Oxford Drive                

A 14-karat gold engagement ring with ½ carat marquise diamond with 2 ¼ carat diamonds on each side was stolen from a residence.


14900 Block Laurel Oaks Lane                   

A 20-inch bicycle, black and pink in color, was stolen from a resident's yard.


8100 Block Fenwick Court              

A Blackberry phone was stolen from a residence.

13700 Block Baltimore Avenue                   

A Garmin GPS system was stolen from a vehicle.


700 Block Montrose Avenue                        

A jewelry box containing 20 gold and 20 silver necklaces, a gold pendant and a gold ring with rubies was stolen from the bedroom of a home.

8200 Block Northlake Court                        

Credit cards and a violin were stolen from a parked car.


14300 Block Chapel Cove Court                 

An iPod Nano and a key were stolen from a parked car.


14700 Block Fourth Street              

Various items of clothing, a Nike gym bag, and Nike tennis Air Max shoes were stolen from a parked car.


8200 Block Harvest Bend Lane                    

A 24-inch bicycle, white and pink in color, was stolen off an apartment balcony.

7600 Block Old Sandy Spring Road                        

250 gallons of fuel oil were stolen from the storage tank next to a house.

800 Block Gorman Avenue              

A wallet was stolen from a 79-year-old man while pumping gas at a service center. A man grabbed the wallet from the victim’s hand and fled across Talbot Avenue, police said.


14700 Block Baltimore Avenue                   

Elevan Nike tracksuits were stolen from a display at Macy’s Department Store by a man who fled in a gold Honda. 



800 Block Gorman Avenue                        

ATV vehicle was stolen from a service center.


15100 Block Baltimore Avenue                   

A 2006 Honda Accord, gray, with Maryland tags A127557.


14900 Block Baltimore Avenue                   

A 1996 Cadillac Seville, 4-door, Blue, with Maryland tags GFL036.

For questions about this blotter, e-mail Joshua.Garner@patch.com.

LaurelSince88 October 24, 2011 at 08:45 PM
Keep up the good work Laurel PD!
MAH 1464 November 02, 2011 at 04:24 PM
What is not fair to any of us, is this POS will only spend a couple hours in jail, long enough to get something to eat and some sleep, then never have to pay for the damage he caused, never have to pay for the amount of money spent to arrest him and charge him. We know he will not show up for court. I feel for the police who have to keep arresting the same democrats over and over again, just like all the other cities in the country.
oldtwnlaurel November 02, 2011 at 04:48 PM
Unlike the Republicans who don't get arrested because they are too big to fail.
MAH 1464 November 04, 2011 at 04:14 PM
oldtown facts are facts my friend 93% of the jail cells in this country are filled up with yup you got it democrats.
Daniel C November 04, 2011 at 05:04 PM
I didn't know they recorded political party affiliation during the booking process...
MAH 1464 November 08, 2011 at 05:57 PM
We all know their are only 5 0r 6 black republicans in the country. hahahahaha
Daniel C November 08, 2011 at 11:33 PM
Wow, great discourse MAH... (I know you may not get this either, so let me make sure you understand that was sarcasm)
oldtwnlaurel November 09, 2011 at 05:29 PM
Way to quote non existent "facts" based upon self serving propaganda hucksters. Figures don't lie, but liars do figure.
oldtwnlaurel November 09, 2011 at 05:32 PM
Then again, my earlier comment still stands: we don't put people in prison for crashing economies and ruining the lives of millions. Since that is the case, there is a lack of Republicans in prison since the perpetrators in those cases, and their accomplices tend to be Rand inspired neo-feudalists.


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