Charles Mullen has been apprhended.
On 08/03/2013 at approximately 1200AM officers with the Frederick Police Department located Charles Donald Mullen in the 1500 block of Oppossumtown Pile Frederick Maryland.
Mullen was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Frederick County Adult Detention Center for processing.
For charges and suspect information see previous release below.
Author preparing release: Corporal Aaron Lapp 301-600-6390
On 08/01/2013 at approximately 0508 AM Frederick Police Officers responded to the unit block of West 4th Street for a reported burglary and armed robbery. The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries and was transported to a regional hospital for treatment. The case was assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division for follow-up investigation.
Det. Garcia was assigned as the primary investigator. Det. Garcia quickly identified Charles Donald Mullen, as the suspect in this case. On 08/01/13 an arrest warrant was issued and Mullen is currently wanted in connection to this robbery.
Police are requesting anyone who has information regarding the whereabouts of Mullen to immediately contact the Frederick Police Department at 301-600-2102.
Information regarding the robbery itself may be reported to Det. Garcia at 301-600-1247 or Cpl Lapp at 301-600-6390. Anonymous information may be sent to the Frederick Police Department Tip Line at 301-600-TIPS (8477).
This is an active investigation and further details regarding the victim or crime will not be released at this time.
Charles Donald Mullen aka "Chaz"
White Male, Bald, 5’08” Tall, 160 lbs,
Multiple tattoos including the words “HATE” and “LUV” on his knuckles and "CHAZ"on his leg
Attempted 2nd Degree Murder
1st Degree Assault
2nd Degree Assault
1st Degree Burglary
Use of a Firearm in a Felony/Violent Crime
Theft $1000 - $10,000
Investigator: Det. J. Garcia
Author: Cpl A. Lapp 301-600-6390
Previous Release from 08/01/2013:
On 08/01/2013 Officers from the Frederick Police Department responded to the Unit Block of West 4th Street for a reported home invasion. Upon arrival the victim advised he was assaulted and items were taken from his home. The victim was transported to Meritus Trauma Center by EMS with non-life threatening injuries.
At the time of this release Detectives and Officers are actively working the investigation and ask that anyone with information regarding this case please contact Det. Garcia at 301-600-1247, or our anonymous tip line at 301-600-8477. Investigating officer; Det Garcia
Preparing officer; Cpl. Alcorn Case #13-48560