Baltimore CityBURGLARY: Northwestern District -- Someone...

POLICE BLOTTER

June 29, 1993|By Richard Irwin

Baltimore City

BURGLARY: Northwestern District -- Someone entered a house in the 3900 block of Pinkney Road through a patio door Monday and stole property valued at more than $4,500.

BURGLARY: Northwestern District -- Property valued at more than $1,000 was stolen from a house in the 2800 block of Springdale Ave. Monday by someone who entered through a basement door.

ROBBERY: Northwestern District -- Two men, one with a handgun, robbed a resident of the 2700 block of Scarborough Circle in Stratton Meadows in western Baltimore County of his wallet, cash and 1993 Toyota with Maryland license plates WQU206 Monday morning after the victim gave them a ride to the 4200 block of Garrison Boulevard.

ARREST: Southeastern District -- A man who tried to cash a forged check at a liquor store on Dundalk Ave. Monday afternoon and fled when police arrived was arrested when he attempted to steal a car by forcing a driver from the vehicle, police said. The motorist, of the 100 block of Upmanor Road, was stopped at a red light in the 1300 block of Dundalk Ave. about 2 p.m. when a man opened the passenger's side door and tried to push her out. Officer Darryle Blake, who had been in pursuit, captured a suspect without incident. Police said Perry Austin, 34, of the 300 block of N. Bruce St., was charged with assault and attempted carjacking. He also was charged with trying to cash a forged check at Genie's liquors in the 1100 block of Dundalk Ave.

BURGLARY: Southeastern District -- Someone entered a house in the 200 block of N. Kenwood Ave. through a basement door Monday and stole property valued at nearly $700.

THEFT: Southeastern District -- A 10-speed bike valued at $400 and owned by a New Yorker was stolen from a van parked in the 1000 block of Fell St. Monday.

RAPE: Western District -- Police were seeking a man who raped a resident of the 1300 block of W. North Ave. in her home Sunday while threatening her with a knife. After the men fled, the woman was taken to the University of Maryland Medical Center for treatment.

BURGLARY: Western District -- Someone entered the C&P Food Mart in the 500 block of N. Fremont Ave. Monday and stole $150 and 60 cartons of cigarettes.

SHOOTING: Western District -- A 28-year-old resident of the 500 block of Half Mile Court was walking in the 2000 block of Edmondson Ave. Monday afternoon when he heard several gunshots and felt a pain in his left thigh. The man was taken to Bon Secours Hospital for treatment of a bullet wound and was released. No arrest had been made and police said they knew of no motive for the shooting.

ROBBERY: Northern District -- A driver for Domino's pizza in the 2700 block of Remington Ave. was making a delivery in the 300 block of W. 31st St. Monday when a gunman robbed him of $20.

ROBBERY: Northern District -- An employee of West Coast Video in the 5400 block of York Road was about to make a night deposit at a bank near the store Monday when a man robbed her of a bank bag containing an undisclosed sum.

BURGLARY: Northern District -- Jewelry valued at $75 was stolen from a house in the 2700 block of N. Calvert St. Monday by someone who entered through a first-floor window.

BURGLARY: Northern District -- Someone entered a house in the 2200 block of Crest Road through a kitchen window Monday and stole property valued at more than $1,200.

Baltimore County

ROBBERY: Wilkens District -- A gunman robbed the High's dairy store in the 5200 block Baltimore National Pike Monday afternoon of an undisclosed sum.

ROBBERY: Towson District -- Two men, one with a handgun, robbed the Royal Farms store in the 1600 block of W. Joppa Road of an undisclosed sum and several cartons of cigarettes about 7 p.m. Monday. The men drove off in a dark green car with

a white top.

Police Blotter is a representative, not comprehensive, list of crimes in Baltimore City and Baltimore County, reported by Richard Irwin.

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