NORTH COUNTY--Linthicum * Ferndale * Brooklyn Park * Pumphrey

January 05, 1993

Three arrested on breaking, entering charges

County police have arrested three men who they allege are responsible for breaking into at least 14 homes in the Linthicum-Brooklyn Park-Glen Burnie area since August.

John Lawrence Thompson, 39, was charged with five counts of breaking and entering.

His brother, Gary Lee Thompson, 25, was charged with two counts of breaking and entering, and John David Friedley, 37, was charged with four counts of breaking and entering. None of the men has permanent addresses.

Detective Donald Hauf said he believes the three men are responsible for more than 14 burglaries here and others in Baltimore County.

Detective Hauf said he expects to file more charges.

Police confiscated $25,000 in stolen property when they raided a home in the 4700 block of Ridge Ave. in Lansdowne Friday.

The property included video tapes, jewelry, beer, boat motors, tools and other items.

Mr. Friedley and John Thompson were arrested early Friday after Baltimore County police stopped their truck because it fit the description of one used in a break-in Thursday night.

Gary Thompson was arrested Friday at a home in the 2700 block of Virginia Ave. in Baltimore Highlands, Detective Hauf said.

Meeting to discuss Lindale school opening

Brooklyn Park/Lindale Middle School students and their parents are invited to a meeting at 7 p.m. tonight at the school.

North County High School counselors will discuss ninth- and 10th-grade courses and programs.

The agenda is designed to help parents and students prepare for the opening of the renovated Lindale school in September.

Students who will enter the ninth grade in September must meet new graduation requirements adopted by the state Board of Education and county school board.

Students also will be required to complete a locally designed service program that was approved by the state superintendent of schools, or 75 hours of approved public service.

Brooklyn Park woman hit with baseball bat

A Brooklyn Park woman was in stable condition yesterday after she was hit over the head with a baseball bat Sunday.

According to a police report, Shirley Green, 38, of the 2300 block of Seamon Drive was taking a 15-year-old boy to his house in the 100 block of Warwickshire Lane at 4 p.m. When they arrived at the house, the teen-ager allegedly took out a baseball bat and hit her over the head.

Police do not know what provoked the attack.

Ms. Green was taken to Harbor Hospital Center. The teen-ager was charged with assault, police said.

POLICE LOG

* Brooklyn Park: A resident reported to police that someone broke into his shed in the 700 block of Old Riverside Road Wednesday night and stole two saws valued at $250.

* Linthicum: A girl reported to police that someone stole her Starter jacket during a party at a home in the 100 block of W. Meadow Road Saturday.

* Brooklyn Park: Someone threw eggs at the windows of the branch library in the first block of 11th Ave. Thursday night. Police have no suspects.

* Brooklyn Park: A resident reported to police that someone smashed the side window of his 1984 Buick while it was parked in the first block of Seward Ave. Friday.

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