Baltimore CityBURGLARY: Central District -- Property...


March 01, 1994|By Richard Irwin

Baltimore City

BURGLARY: Central District -- Property valued at nearly $200 was stolen from a business in the 1300 block of N. Calvert St. Sunday.

BURGLARY: Southern District -- Someone entered a house in the 3400 block of Spellman Road through a kitchen window Sunday and stole a wallet containing cash, clothing, video games and a check valued at nearly $200.

BURGLARY: Southern District -- A radio and videocassette recorder valued at $500, were stolen from a house in the 800 block of W. Lombard St. on Sunday. Police were seeking a suspect.

ASSAULT/ARREST: Southern District -- While a shoplifter was fleeing the Safeway store in the 1200 block of W. Pratt St., he stopped and pointed a pellet gun at people pursuing him. Police arrested a suspect a short distance from the store.

ROBBERY: Northwestern District -- Two men, one with a handgun, entered a carryout in the 5200 block of Park Heights Ave. on Sunday and robbed three customers of an undisclosed sum of money.

ASSAULT/BURGLARY: Northwestern District -- Police were seeking a man who entered a house in the 6200 block of Green Meadow Parkway on Saturday on the pretense of using the phone and stole property valued at $150. While in the house, the man attempted to rape a woman, who fled to a neighbor's home. While the woman was out of the house, the man stole the property and fled.

THEFT: Western District -- Police were seeking a woman who entered a house in the 1600 block of N. Calhoun St. on Saturday and stole property valued at more than $400.

SHOOTING: Western District -- A resident of the 600 block of N. Carey St. was shot in the face with a pellet gun near his home Saturday. Later, police arrested two suspects in connection with the incident and were holding them pending charges.

BURGLARY: Southeastern District -- Someone entered a house in the 200 block of N. Rose St. through a rear door over the weekend and stole a videocassette recorder and 60 compact discs valued at $700.

MA BURGLARY: Northern District -- Silverware valued at more than

$2,000 was stolen from a house in the 3700 block of Ellerslie Ave. on Sunday by someone who entered through a rear kitchen door.

STOLEN CAR: Northern District -- A 1991 Acura Legend with Maryland tags YZH 185 was stolen from the 5200 block of St. Albans Way Saturday or Sunday.

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STOLEN CAR: Parkville District -- A 1992 Subaru with Maryland tags AGF 404 and valued at $17,000 was stolen from the first block of Clearlake Court in Perry Hall between Saturday and Sunday.

BURGLARY: Towson District -- Someone entered the athletic building at Goucher College in the 1000 block of Dulaney Valley Road Saturday or Sunday after breaking a pane of glass in a door and took a swim in the indoor pool.

STOLEN CAR: Towson District -- A 1990 Plymouth Laser with Maryland tags ANG 867 and valued at $20,000 was stolen from the garage at Towson Town Center in the 800 block of Dulaney Valley Road on Sunday.

STOLEN CAR: Towson District -- A gray 1987 Acura Legend with Maryland tags JJK 637 and valued at $9,000 was stolen from the 100 block of Judges Lane on Sunday.

BURGLARY: Garrison District -- Someone entered an apartment in the 4300 block of Flinthill Drive in Owings Mills Saturday or Sunday by breaking the lock of a second-floor balcony door and stole $5,000 worth of scuba equipment.

BURGLARY: Wilkens District -- Someone entered Under Construction Inc. in the 3500 block of Washington Blvd. through a bay door between Friday and Sunday and stole a TV, stereo equipment, a fax machine and a vehicle.


CALL IN TIPS: Readers with information on these or other crimes can call Metro Crime Stoppers' confidential 24-hour hot line, 276-8888. Names are not taken, calls are not recorded and rewards of up to $1,000 may be paid for information.

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

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