Baltimore CityARRESTS: Western District -- Police...


September 18, 1991|By The following accounts were compiled by reporter Richard Irwin from police records in the Baltimore area yesterday and today.

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ARRESTS: Western District -- Police yesterday arrested two men in the slaying Monday morning of a 29-year-old man in the 500 block of Gold St. Arrested with the men was a woman, who was being sought for an unrelated robbery. Police said the slaying victim, Andre Burley, of the 500 block of Orchard St., was riding a bicycle about 4:30 a.m. when he was shot several times in the back. Witnesses told police a white car was circling the block several times shortly before Burley was shot. Police said a bag of cocaine found near his body indicated that his slaying may have been related to drugs. Yesterday, police received information that men wanted in Burley's slaying were in the 2700 block of E. Monument St. Police arrived there and arrested Aron Samuel Foote, 29, of the 2300 block of Callow Ave., and David Nolan, 26, of the 2600 block of Purnell Drive. Both men were charged with first-degree murder and handgun violations, and were held overnight at the Southeastern District lockup without bail pending a bail review hearing today in District Court. Arrested on the unrelated robbery charge was Kia Renee Billups, 30, of the 5500 block of Old Court Road. Police said Billups is being held in the women's detention center on $50,000 bail pending a bail review hearing in District Court.

ROBBERY: Western District -- Ternell Lucas, of the 1500 block of N. Payson St., reported he was in the 2400 block of Reisterstown Road Monday afternoon when he was accosted by two men, one with a handgun, who said, "Kick over your property." Police said Lucas gave up nearly $1,200 in jewelry.

ROBBERY: Western District -- Police today were seeking a man who robbed the Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant and carryout in the 2700 block of Franklin St. Police said a man entered the restaurant shortly before 9 p.m. Monday and demanded a clerk give him money from the cash register while keeping one hand in a paper bag as though he had a handgun. Police said the man was given a small sum of cash and fled out the front door.

ROBBERY: Western District -- Michelle Grimes, of the 600 block of N. Mount St., told police she was home Monday night when a man known to her as "Savatt" forced his way into her house and stole her TV. Grimes told police that upon answering a knock at her door, the man shoved her to the floor, stepped over her and escaped with her property. Police said the TV was valued at nearly $100.

ASSAULT: Central District -- Jacqueline Estep, 29, of the 1500 block of Pennsylvania Ave., reported she was standing on the sidewalk outside her home yesterday when she was approached by a woman she knows who began arguing with her. Estep reported that the other woman struck her several times with a small baseball bat. Police said the woman escaped and Estep was advised to seek a warrant for her arrest. Police said Estep was not seriously injured.

ROBBERY: Central District -- Richard Shepherd, 25, of the first block of E. 25th St., told police he was in the 2500 block of N. Charles St. when he was stopped by a man with a small- caliber revolver who demanded his money. Police said the gunman escaped with more than $500.

BURGLARY: Central District -- A resident of the 1200 block of Druid Hill Ave. reported that someone broke into her home and stole a wall picture, telephone and a brass lamp. Police said the property was valued at more than $500.

BURGLARY: Central District -- Employees of a real estate firm in the first block of W. Eager St. reported that someone broke into a vacant dwelling they own in the 800 block of Cathedral St. and stole copper tubing and piping. Police said entry was gained by kicking in a door and that the property was valued at $1,000.

BURGLARY: Central District -- Police reported that someone broke into the Depot, a tavern in the 1700 block of N. Charles St., and stole nearly $200.

ROBBERY/ARREST: Central District -- Police arrested an 18-year-old man yesterday and charged him with robbing a 14-year-old boy of his gold chain while the victim waited at a bus stop in the 700 block of Washington Place. Police said the victim was waiting for a bus around 1:30 p.m. yesterday when he was accosted by a man who demanded the gold chain he was wearing. Police said that when a bus arrived at the stop, the 18-year-old ripped the chain from the victim's neck and ran off. Police said Officer Amanda Linthicum arrived a few minutes later and while driving the victim around the area, the 14-year-old saw the person who robbed him. Linthicum arrested the man and charged him with robbery. Police said Sean Johnson, whose address was not available, was held overnight at the station lockup pending a bail hearing before a District Court commissioner.

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