Tuesday's Police Blotter incorrectly reported the value of...


March 15, 1994|By Richard Irwin

Tuesday's Police Blotter incorrectly reported the value of a 1993 Honda reported stolen from Old Trail Road in Towson. The owner told Baltimore County police the car was valued at $22,000.

The Sun regrets the errors.


* ASSAULT/ARREST: Northwestern District -- Police arrested a man who pointed a pellet gun at a female resident of the 3800 block of Norfolk Ave. during an incident Saturday in the 3800 block of Liberty Heights Ave. Charges against the man were pending. The woman was not hurt.

* ROBBERY: Northwestern District -- After getting off a bus Sunday, two men, one with a straight razor, chased a resident of the 1000 block of N. Calhoun St. to the 4300 block of Park Heights Ave. where they knocked him to the ground and robbed him of cash and property, all valued at $60.


* ROBBERY: Northwestern District -- A man with a 9 mm semiautomatic handgun robbed a resident of the 4400 block of Norfolk Ave. of his bicycle and pager, all valued at nearly $400, in the 5800 block of Clover Road on Sunday.

* ASSAULT: Northwestern District -- A resident of the 1700 block of E. North Ave. was stabbed in the chest during an incident Sunday with another man in the 5000 block of Denmore Ave.

* STOLEN CAR: Western District -- A 1985 Toyota with Maryland tags AWV 851 was stolen from the 1300 block of N. Gilmor St. Sunday.

* ASSAULT: Western District -- Police were seeking a man who attacked a resident of the 900 block of Claymont Ave. in the 2600 block of W. Lafayette Ave. Sunday and struck him with a baseball bat.

* ROBBERIES: Southern District -- Three men, one with a knife, robbed two youths of their bicycles and two other youths of their pagers in the 1200 block of Light St. Sunday. Police said the bikes were taken from residents of the 1600 block of Patapsco St. and the 1700 block of Clarkson St. The other victims lived in the 1500 block of Light St. and the 400 block of E. Cross St. The pagers cost nearly $100 each. The value of the bikes was not known.

* CAB HOLDUP: Southern District -- A Checker cab driver was robbed of $11 Sunday in the 1100 block of Shellbanks Ave. by two men he had picked up downtown. One of the robbers was armed with a handgun.


* THEFT: North Point Precinct -- Someone broke into a 1974 Volkswagen owned by a Pennsylvania resident while the car was parked in the 8200 block of Bowleys Road Saturday or Sunday. Stolen were an AM-FM compact disc player and two stereo speakers, all valued at more than $600.

* STOLEN CAR: North Point Precinct -- A 1986 Dodge van with Maryland tags 023523M was stolen from the 9600 block of Pulaski Highway Sunday.

* STOLEN CAR: Towson District -- A 1993 Honda Accord with Maryland tags SGN 958 and valued at $13,000 was stolen from the 400 block of Old Trail Road Saturday or Sunday.

* ATTEMPTED MURDER: Towson Precinct -- Police were seeking a man who attempted to kill a woman at Joppa and Old Court roads Sunday. The 28-year-old woman told police the man had picked her up in the city and drove her to the intersection, where he threatened to shoot her with a 9 mm pistol that he placed next to her head. She said that the man pulled the trigger but that the weapon did not fire. She said the man forced her out of the car. Police were looking for a four-door, beige 1984 Nissan Maxima. When found by police, the woman was not wearing any shoes.


* MOTORIST ARRESTED: Abingdon -- A 32-year-old Aberdeen motorist was arrested yesterday and charged with multiple violations. While Trooper Sean Cox was pursuing the motorist at a high speed on Van Bibber Road about 2 a.m., the motorist failed to stop at a dead-end with Philadelphia Road and overturned. The driver was not injured. Charged with speeding, eluding police and driving while intoxicated was Dan Hanson, of the 800 block of Stepney Road.

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

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