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National Night Out marks drop in crime in Upper Marlboro Upper Marlboro residents and Prince George County police celebrated a year of double digit drops in violent and property crimes in policing District 2 during this year National Night Out celebration. District 2 police and at least 200 residents from around Upper Marlboro mingled over grilled chicken, cartons of lemonade and a rousing martial arts demonstration in the parking lot of a shopping mall along Brown Station Road for the event, which was hosted by police and the CSA 23 Leadership Council, an Upper Marlboro community group. Tuesday night marked the 27th annual National Night Out, a national event sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch that was started to foster stronger relationships between police officers and residents. This is the third year District 2 police and CSA 23 have teamed up to host a National Night Out event. The Prince George County Police Department sent officers to 53 events across the county, and the county sheriff office sent deputies to approximately 20 events, officials said. Park Police. County police Chief Roberto L. Hylton also stopped by early in the evening as he made the rounds to a number of events throughout the county. According to District 2 police Capt. Steve Yuen, the district saw total crime drop by more than 14 percent in 2010 compared with the first seven months of 2009, and a more than 12 percent drop in violent crime and more than 14 percent drop in property crime. At Tuesday event, county police Maj. Chris Cotillo added that the National Night Out event is chance for us to tell the criminals, community belongs to us, not to you. residents at this year event said they came out to thank the police officers for their service. Debbie Washington, 54, who lives in the nearby Winterset community and is president of the homeowners association, was attending with her daughter, Debra Young, 27, and her granddaughter, 3 year old Sydney Frieson, who also live in the Winterset community. think people need to come out here and appreciate the job [the police] do, Washington said. Referring to the district low crime, she added, don get that by [police] sitting in an office all day. event also featured a moon bounce, self defense demonstration by the Shaolin Kung Fu Health and Fitness Academy, also located in the Brown Station Road shopping center, and food provided by the Dutch Village Farmers Market. Park Police brought one of their horses, Zorro, which stood patiently as 4 year old Tyson Stewart and other children petted his nose. was a little bit scared, Tyson said. too tall. father, Troy Stewart, 46, said he had attended the District 2 National Night Out event since it started three years ago get together, talk to our officers, get to know them and help out whenever we can. 2 Sgt. Robert McConnell, an officer with the station Community Oriented Policing unit, said he was happy to hear the positive feedback from residents.