Baltimore CityTHEFT: Central District -- Officials of the...

POLICE BLOTTER

November 15, 1991|By The following accounts were compiled by reporter Glenn Small from police records in the Baltimore area yesterday and today.

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THEFT: Central District -- Officials of the W.H. Smith Gift Shop at 200 E. Pratt St. told police that an employee made off with three days' worth of receipts. Total loss was $4,800.

THEFT: Central District -- Scott E. Adams, of the 3300 block of Kentucky Ave., told police someone broke into his car in the 1500 block of Maryland Ave. and removed a blue nylon jacket worth $70.

THEFT: Central District -- Willis Wolfson, of the 2800 block of Damwood Road, told police that someone broke into his car in the first block of W. Biddle St. and removed a tan canvas gym bag. The victim searched the area around his car and found the gym bag.

INDECENT EXPOSURE: Central District -- A resident of the 1800 block of St. Paul St. told police a man exposed himself to her on the street near her home. She called police, but they were unable to find the man.

MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION: Central District -- Allen Coleman of Fat Tuesday's restaurant at 34 Market Place told police that after an employee was fired, the disgruntled employee went outside the restaurant and overturned numerous plants worth $195.

STOLEN AUTO: Central District -- Dorthea Hinton, of the 2700 block of The Alameda, told police that her 1986 Pontiac was stolen from the 2500 block of N. Charles St. Total value was $13,000.

THEFT: Central District -- Eric Cooper, of the 2300 block of Maryland Ave., told police that he left his mountain bike on a parking lot at the Maryland Institute College of Art in the 1400 block of Mount Royal Ave. and when he returned later, the $300 bike was gone. He told police he hadn't locked it.

THEFT: Central District -- Linda Marshall, of the 2900 block of Fait Ave., told police that someone broke into her car in the 100 block of W. 25th St. and removed a car telephone and a Sony 8mm camcorder with tripod worth $1,775.

ARMED ROBBERY: Central District -- Officials of the McDonald's restaurant at 524 W. Franklin St. told police that two men entered and demanded cash. An employee handed over $81.89. One of the suspects had displayed a handgun and said, "Just to let you know we're not playing."

THEFT: Southeastern District -- Carnitia McClain, of the 400 block of S. Duncan St., told police that after she cashed her check in the 2200 block of E. Monument St. a man snatched the envelope out of her hand. Total loss was $202.

THEFT: Southeastern District -- Denise Betz, of the 2000 block of E. Pratt St., told police that someone broke out both side windows of her car in the 100 block of S. Duncan St. and removed cassette tapes worth $100.

THEFT: Southeastern District -- Officials of Conrail told police that someone entered a locked auto carrier in the first block of S. Kresson St. and removed two new tires, two wheel rims and three 12-volt car batteries worth $568.

THEFT: Southeastern District -- Officials of Johns Hopkins University told police that someone entered 704 N. Wolfe St. and removed various computer equipment worth $6,300.

ARMED ROBBERY: Southeastern District -- Officials of Tom and Olive's Bar in the 2900 block of E. Monument St. told police that a man armed with a silver-colored handgun entered the bar and demanded money. He took $50 from the cash register and fled, police said.

ROBBERY: Southeastern District -- James Bandurski, 93, of the 300 block of S. Collington Ave., told police that a teen-ager

knocked him down in the 2100 block of Bank St. and removed $220 from his rear pocket.

THEFT: Southeastern District -- Officials of W.F. Gebhardt Inc. in the 6800 block of Golden Ring Road told police that someone broke into a company vehicle in the 700 block of N. Curley St. and removed various tools valued at $730.

THEFT: Southeastern District -- Athanasios Sarioglov, of the 600 block of S. Oldham St., told police someone broke into his car outside his home and removed two speakers worth $100.

ARMED ROBBERY: Southeastern District -- Colleen Carew, of the first block of S. Ann St., told police that two teen-agers armed with a gun accosted her outside her home and said, "Give it up." The suspects made off with her purse for a total loss of $25.

ARMED ROBBERY: Eastern District -- Isis Jones, of the 3200 block of Elmley Ave., told police that a man threatened him with a handgun in the 1900 block of Patterson Park Ave. and attempted to rip a gold chain off his neck, without success.

ARMED ROBBERY: Eastern District -- Ray A. Toulson, of the 700 block of Cumberland Ave., told police that two men pointed a sawed-off shotgun at him in the 1500 block of N. Bond St. and demanded his money and gold chain. Total loss was $167.

THEFT: Eastern District -- Sharon Lawson, of the 1300 block of N. Milton Ave., told police that someone she knows removed her microwave oven from her home without permission. Total loss was $135.

BURGLARY: Eastern District -- A resident of the 1000 block of Ashland Court told police that someone broke into his home and removed a cassette player, cassette tapes and other valuables worth $379.

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