BALTIMORE — Rowhouse resident kills alleged burglar
BALTIMORE -- An unidentified West Baltimore rowhouse resident shot and killed a suspected burglar early yesterday with a shotgun blast through a closed window, police said.
Dead at the house in the 1600 block of N. Monroe St. was James Louis Kennebrew, 23, of the 1800 block of Maryland Ave.
Police said the resident heard noises on his roof and fired through a second-floor window when someone appeared on the other side.
The resident's identity was to be withheld until today, when the state's attorney's office is expected to review the case. No charge was lodged in the case last night.
Officers catch suspect in armed robbery at ATM
BALTIMORE -- Two city police officers tackled an armed robbery suspect in woods in northwest Baltimore yesterday, minutes after he was alleged to have held up a man at an automatic teller machine.
The suspect's identity was not immediately divulged.
The man was caught after leading police on a half-mile car chase following the 4:30 p.m. robbery at a Maryland National Bank machine at Wabash Avenue and Northern Parkway, police said.
Boy found submerged in Bay fights for life
ANNAPOLIS -- Doctors at the Anne Arundel County Medical Center were trying to save the life of a 4-year-old Hyattsville boy whose limp body -- apparently under the water for more than an hour -- was found by a rescue diver in the Chesapeake Bay last night.
Anne Arundel County police said Cordarro Douglas Miller was fishing off the end of Magnolia Avenue at Arundel on the Bay with his father, a sibling and three friends when they realized the boy was missing about 6 p.m.
The boy was found at 7:26 p.m.