Baltimore CityTHEFT: Northeastern District -- Someone...

POLICE BLOTTER

February 04, 1993|By Richard Irwin

Baltimore City

THEFT: Northeastern District -- Someone entered a Dodge truck Wednesday while it was parked in the 2800 block of Chesterfield Ave. and stole an AM-FM stereo radio and an electric saw, together valued at $700.

THEFT: Northeastern District -- A stereo equalizer and a pair of sunglasses, all valued at $670, were stolen from a 1988 Ford while it was parked in the 3400 block of Parklawn Ave. Tuesday.

BANK ROBBERY: Southern District -- A gunman robbed the Provident Bank of Maryland in the 1100 block of S. Charles St. of an undisclosed sum Wednesday afternoon after ordering several employees and customers to the floor.

BURGLARY: Southern District -- Someone entered a house in the first block of S. Stricker St. Tuesday with a key and stole stereo equipment and tools.

BURGLARY: Southern District -- ROBBERY: Western District -- A Virginia resident was leaving a store in the 500 block of N. Monroe St. Wednesday when he was robbed of cash, personal property and his car by two men, one with a handgun. The two robbers abandoned the car near the crime scene and escaped when spotted by police.

ROBBERY: Western District -- A resident of the 1800 block of N. Fulton Ave. was pushed down the steps of his house and robbed of his wallet Monday by a man he knows.

ROBBERY: Western District -- Two women were being sought for assaulting and robbing a resident of the 3800 block of Barrington Road of $15 in the 1600 block of W. North Ave. Monday.

ROBBERY: Central District -- A man who implied he was armed with a handgun robbed the McDonald's fast-food outlet in the first block of W. North Ave. Tuesday night of an undisclosed sum.

THEFT: Central District -- Cassette tapes and a pair of eyeglasses, all valued at more than $100, were stolen from a car parked in the 200 block of W. Lombard St. Tuesday night.

THEFT: Central District -- Someone broke into the car of an Amtrak policeman in the first block of W. Lanvale St. Tuesday night and stole a jacket and a badge.

AUTO THEFT: Central District -- A 1980 Mazda with Florida license plates was stolen from the first block of E. Lanvale St. Tuesday night.

PURSE SNATCH: Central District -- A resident of the 2600 block of Keswick Road was robbed of her purse containing cash and property, all valued at $30, while she walked in the 1500 block of Guilford Ave. late Tuesday night.

BREAK-IN: Northern District -- Leather clothing valued at more than $2,000 was stolen from National Variety in the 3000 block of Greenmount Ave. Tuesday morning.

Baltimore County

STABBING: Essex District -- Herman Phillips, 37, of the 1300 block of Maple Ave. in Hyde Park, was charged Thursday with assault with intent to murder his cousin, Wayne Jerome Younger, 21, of the same address. Officer Harry Ricketts said the men were arguing and fighting in their home about 11 p.m. Wednesday when Mr. Younger was stabbed in the upper back with a knife. Mr. Younger was taken to Franklin Square Hospital, where he was listed in good condition. Officer Ricketts said Mr. Phillips was arrested without incident in his basement apartment, but the knife was not found.

ROBBERY: Woodlawn District -- Two men, one with either a sawed-off shotgun or a rifle, robbed the Subway carryout in the 8100 block of Liberty Road at 8 p.m. Wednesday and escaped in a silver-colored car with an undisclosed sum . The pair match the description of two men who attempted to rob Dugan's liquors in the 1300 block of Reisterstown Road about 30 minutes earlier but fled when an employee told another worker to call the police.

HARFORD COUNTY

DRUG ARREST: Edgewood -- Michael S. Singleton, 23, of the 800 block of Williamsburg Court, was arrested Wednesday night during a raid on his house by sheriff's deputies and charged with possession of marijuana. Seized was a half-ounce of marijuana worth $150 on the street, $70 and drug paraphernalia. Mr. Singleton was held overnight at the county detention center pending a bail hearing today in District Court.

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