Baltimore CityBURGLARY: Central District -- Officials of...

POLICE BLOTTER

December 11, 1990|By The following accounts were compiled by reporter Richard Irwin from police records in the Baltimore area yesterday and today.

Baltimore City

BURGLARY: Central District -- Officials of the United Way of Central Maryland in the first block of Light St. reported that someone broke into their offices over the weekend and removed more than $1,000 worth of equipment. Mel Tansill, a United Way spokesman, said the break-in was discovered yesterday when several volunteers arrived at the offices and found signs of a burglary. Tansill said the intruder stole six telephones, an answering machine, a TV set, VCR and a small sum of money.

ROBBERY: Central District -- Daniel Kroll, of Germantown, reported that he was in the first block of South St. shortly before 3 a.m. yesterday when he was stopped by two men who asked if he wanted to buy some cocaine. Police said when Kroll answered no, the men said they were police officers and pushed him up against the wall of a building. There, they robbed him of his wallet that contained cash, credit cards and other personal items, together valued at nearly $150.

THEFT: Central District -- Officials of Yates Business Systems in the first block of S. Calvert St. reported that someone entered their offices over the weekend and removed electronic equipment valued at nearly $2,500. Police said entry was gained with the use of a key.

THEFT: Central District -- Police reported that someone entered a business firm in the first block of E. Redwood St. and removed a fax machine valued at $1,000.

BURGLARY: Central District -- Police reported that property valued at nearly $1,300 was removed over the weekend from offices of Executive Consultant Services in the 200 block of St. Paul St. Police said a pry tool was used to enter the offices and that a fax machine, desk clock and other pieces of personal and office property were taken.

BURGLARY: Central District -- Employees of Pierce Associates, a construction firm in the 4200 block of Wheeler Ave., reported that someone broke into their construction shed at a job site in the 600 block of W. Fayette St. over the weekend and removed tools and a walkie-talkie. Police said the property was valued at more than $5,000.

BURGLARY: Central District -- Employees of Piccadeli's, a restaurant in the 300 block of N. Charles St., reported that someone entered their business after breaking a front window with a brick and removed cash and a quantity of meat products. Police said the property was valued at $600.

BURGLARY: Central District -- Police reported that knives, a pen and tape were removed from a room at the Maryland Art Institute in the 1400 block of Cathedral St. when someone broke into the building over the weekend through an open window. Police said the value of the property was not known.

BURGLARY: Central District -- A resident of the 1400 block of Park Ave. reported that someone forced open the front door of his apartment with a crowbar and removed an AM-FM radio valued at nearly $200.

THEFT: Central District -- Police reported that someone entered a building in the 300 block of St. Paul St. and removed a laser power pack with cable. Police said the equipment was the property of the Streett Contracting in the 3500 block of E. Joppa Road and was valued at $6,000.

BURGLARY: Central District -- Police reported that someone broke into a dwelling in the 1600 block of N. Calvert St. yesterday and removed more than $300 and two pairs of barber clippers.

BURGLARY: Central District -- A resident of the 800 block of Chauncey Ave. reported that someone broke into her apartment by forcing open the front door and removed a TV set, VCR and a telephone. Police sad the property was valued at more than $600.

BURGLARY: Central District -- Police reported that property valued at more than $3,000 was removed from a dwelling in the 1500 block of Park Ave. after someone gained entry by forcing open a door with a pry tool. Police said the intruder escaped with a .357-caliber Magnum pistol, two VCRs and a compact disc player.

BURGLARY: Central District -- Property valued at more than $2,400 was reported removed from a dwelling in the 2200 block (( of Linden Ave. after someone gained entry by forcing open the front door. A female occupant of the dwelling told police the burglar made off with a VCR, stereo equipment, four pairs of shoes and a leather coat with fur collar.

ROBBERY: Central District -- Julia Thomas, of the 800 block of Jack St., reported that upon leaving the scene of a "game of chance" in the 100 block of N. Eutaw St. she was assaulted by a man a short distance from the scene of the game and robbed of nearly $200. Police said the man removed the money from Thomas' coat pocket and fled the scene on foot.

ROBBERY: Northeastern District -- Police reported that two men, one armed with a handgun, entered the Pizza Hut in the 6000 block of Moravia Park Drive late yesterday evening and removed more than $100 from a cash drawer. Police said while one man covered the employees with the weapon, the other man scooped up the money.

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