Baltimore CityLARCENY FROM AUTO: Eastern District -- A...

POLICE BLOTTER

July 19, 1993|By Police Blotter is a representative, not comprehensive, list of crimes in Baltimore city and county, reported by Kris Antonelli.

Baltimore City

LARCENY FROM AUTO: Eastern District -- A compact disc player and credit cards valued at $440 were stolen from a car parked in the 1600 block of Rutland Ave. between 11 p.m. Saturday and 6 a.m. yesterday.

SHOOTING: Eastern District -- A 19-year-old man told police he was shot in the back as he ran in the 500 block of N. Chester St. at 1:10 a.m. yesterday. He told police that he heard shots and tried to run before he was hit. He said he did not know who was the shooter's target.

SHOOTING: Eastern District -- A man was shot in the leg by another man in the 900 block of N. Chester St. at 5:30 a.m. yesterday. Police made no arrests.

ASSAULT AND ROBBERY: Eastern District -- A man was robbed money and jewelry valued at $203 as he walked in the 1000 block of Greenmount Ave. Saturday night.

LARCENY FROM AUTO: Eastern District -- Stereo speakers valued at $150 were stolen from a car parked in the 1700 block of N. Durham St. about 10 p.m. Saturday.

ASSAULT AND ROBBERY: Northern District -- A woman told police that when she stopped at a stop sign in the 200 block of W. 22nd St., two men, one armed with a gun, opened her car door and stole her purse at 11:55 p.m. Saturday.

STOLEN AUTO: Northern District -- A 1990 Honda with Maryland license plates WXP147 parked in the 5600 block of Wexford Road was stolen Saturday night.

STOLEN AUTO: Northern District -- A 1979 Suzuki was stolen overnight Saturday from the 1300 block of W. 41st St.

STOLEN AUTO: Northern District -- A 1990 Yamaha motorcycle was stolen while parked in the 200 block of E. 27th St. early yesterday.

BURGLARY: Northern District -- A television set and jewelry valued at $3,155 were stolen from a home in the 500 block of Chestnut Hill Ave. yesterday afternoon.

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