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July 13, 1993|By Police Blotter is a representative, not comprehensive, list of crimes in Baltimore City and Baltimore County, reported by Richard Irwin.


* ATTEMPTED THEFT: Central District -- Someone entered a van parked in the 300 block of E. Pratt St. Sunday and removed an overhead stereo system near the front seats. The property was later found abandoned next to the vehicle. It appeared the thief was frightened away and left the property behind.

* ROBBERY: Central District -- A resident of the 2500 block of Park Heights Ave. was in the 1200 block of N. Charles St. about 2 a.m. Monday when a gunman robbed him of his wallet containing cash and property, total value more than $20.

* BURGLARY: Western District -- Someone entered a house in the 600 block of Ashburton St. over the weekend through the front door and stole two 19-inch television sets, several boxes of antique dishes, a china cabinet and two antique vases. The TV sets were valued at $700. The value of the other property was not immediately known.

* ROBBERY: Western District -- A resident of the 2200 block of Koko Lane was in the 2300 block of Ashburton St. Sunday night when two men, one with a handgun, robbed him of $10, a necklace, a bracelet and a beeper, total value nearly $500.

* CHURCH BURGLARY: Western District -- An air conditioner was stolen from the Apostolic Faith Church in the 1300 block of W. North Ave. by someone who entered through a rear door Sunday.

* BURGLARY: Northern District -- Someone entered the Tiber bookstore in the 700 block of W. 25th St. Sunday by removing a window air conditioner and stole stereo equipment, cash and other property.

* ARREST: Northern District -- Police arrested a man who attempted to leave the 7-Eleven store in the 3600 block of Falls Road Sunday without paying for various items. Charges against the man were pending.

* BURGLARY: Northern District -- A garden tiller and a chain saw, total value more than $700, were stolen from a house in the 2300 block of Sulgrave Ave. Sunday by someone who entered through a side window.

* BURGLARY: Northern District -- Someone entered a garage in the 2300 block of Sulgrave Ave. through a window over the weekend and stole a lawn mower and a weed cutter, total value $400.

* ROBBERY: Southern District -- Three men robbed an employee of Wings To Go in the 1100 block of S. Charles St. Sunday night when he left the building to bring in a sidewalk advertising sign. The men then forced the employee into the store, where they took money from a cash register before fleeing.

* BURGLARY: Southern District -- A videocassette recorder and a phone were stolen from a home in the 100 block of W. Clement St. Sunday.

* ASSAULT: Southwestern District -- A resident of the 3000 block of Stafford St. was in the 300 block of Ellicott Drive about 6 p.m. Sunday when he was attacked by several youths armed with sticks. The victim sustained minor injuries. No arrests had been made.

* STOLEN VAN: Southwestern District -- A 1987 Toyota van with Maryland license plates 495390M was stolen from the 3300 block of Walbrook Ave. Sunday morning.

* STOLEN CAR: Southwestern District -- Someone stole a 1986 Nissan with Maryland license plates XBM038 from the 900 block of Wicklow Road Sunday.

* STOLEN TRUCK: Southwestern District -- A 1985 Chevrolet truck with Maryland license plates 435099M was stolen from the 900 block of Dartmouth Way over the weekend.

* THEFT: Southwestern District -- Tools valued at $500 were stolen from a vehicle owned by H. P. Electric Co. in the 3700 block of Old Georgetown Road while it was parked in the 5100 block of Frederick Ave. Sunday.

* BURGLARY: Southwestern District -- Property valued at $700 was stolen from a house in the 3200 block of Windsor Ave. Sunday.


* BURGLARY: Parkville District -- Someone entered a house in the first block of Bridgeview Court through a rear sliding glass door between Friday and Sunday and stole a quantity of coins, a video game and several pieces of jewelry, total value more than $400.

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