Baltimore CitySHOOTINGS: Eastern District -- Three men...

POLICE BLOTTER

October 14, 1993|By Police Blotter is a representative, not comprehensive, list of crimes in Baltimore city and county, reported by Richard Irwin.

Baltimore City

SHOOTINGS: Eastern District -- Three men standing on the corner of East Eager Street and North Broadway were shot about 9 p.m. Tuesday by a gunman. All three were taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital, where two of them, one from the 4100 block of Eastmont Ave. and the other from the 3800 block of Park Heights Ave., were treated for minor wounds and released. The third man, a 21-year-old resident of the 3700 block of Greenmount Ave., was admitted with a gunshot wound to the back. He was in stable condition.

BURGLARY: Central District -- Police were seeking a man who entered an apartment in the 500 block of Presstman St. Tuesday and stole a TV set, compact disc player, two coats and a pair of boots.

ROBBERY: Northwestern District -- A 33-year-old resident of the 4300 block of Maine Ave. was standing at a bus stop in the 4400 block of Liberty Heights Ave. Tuesday morning on her way to work when a gunman demanded her money and property. The woman complied, giving the armed man cash and property, all valued at more than $160.

CAB HOLDUP: Western District -- A Royal cab driver was in the 1100 block of W. Lanvale St. Tuesday afternoon when two men he picked up earlier robbed him of his cash and other property, all worth $400.

ROBBERY: Southern District -- A man with a knife robbed the Locust Point Tavern in the 1500 block of E. Clement St. Tuesday of an undisclosed sum of money. After entering the tavern, the man threatened the owner with the weapon before pushing him to the floor and removing money from a safe and cash register.

Baltimore County

CARJACKING: Wilkens District -- A woman was about to enter her 1986 Buick outside the 7-Eleven store in the 400 block of Frederick Road Tuesday night when a man pushed her to the pavement and drove off in the car. The vehicle, with Maryland tags 762ASB, has not yet been recovered.

STOLEN CAR: Parkville District -- Someone stole a 1991 Pontiac Grand Am with Maryland tags RPA822 from the parking lot of Parkville Senior High School in the 2600 block of Putty Hill Ave. Tuesday night.

CARJACKING: White Marsh District -- A 30-year-old Abingdon, Harford County, woman was about to enter her 1986 Chevrolet Chevette at the parking lot of the Golden Ring Mall in the 6400 block of Rossville Blvd. Monday night when two men forced her into the back seat and told her to keep her head down. The men drove around the county and possibly the city for several hours before driving to Abingdon and dropping the woman off near her home. The woman was unharmed. The car, with Maryland temporary tags 33555D, has not yet been recovered.

THEFT/ARRESTS: White Marsh District -- Two Havre de Grace women were arrested Tuesday and charged with stealing more than $500 worth of clothing from the Montgomery Ward store at the Golden Ring Mall. The women were stopped by a security officer as they neared an exit. Hidden under their clothing were apparel valued at $557. All the property was recovered. Charged with grand theft and being held at the county Detention Center in lieu of $7,500 bail is Deidra Gatlin, 32, of the 400 block of Franklin St. Held in lieu of $1,500 bail is Hope Speakman, 21, of the 400 block of Webb Lane.

STOLEN CAR: North Point District -- A 1989 Pontiac Grand Am with Maryland tags TNJ549 was stolen from the 7000 block of Gough St. Tuesday.

BURGLARY: Towson District -- Someone entered Martec International in the first block of Susquehanna Ave. Tuesday after forcing a storm door and breaking a window and stole four diving lights valued at $500.

BURGLARY: Towson District -- Computer equipment valued at $2,000 was stolen from Jack H. Kidd and Associates in the 1000 block of Taylor Ave. between Friday and Monday. The break-in was reported Tuesday.

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