Central District -- Someone entered...


March 22, 1994|By Richard Irwin


* THEFT: Central District -- Someone entered a vehicle owned by an Essex resident that was parked in the 600 block of N. Eutaw St. on Sunday and stole construction tools valued at $300.

* CAB ROBBERY ATTEMPT: Southwestern District -- Police were seeking a man who attempted to rob a Royal cabdriver in the 700 block of Denison St. on Sunday. The man fled when the driver resisted.

* ASSAULT: Southwestern District -- A resident of the 200 block of N. Culvert St. was near his home Saturday when he was deliberately struck by a car. The victim was treated at St. Agnes Hospital for a broken ankle and released. The motorist was being sought.

* ROBBERY: Northwestern District -- A resident of the 3600 block of Forest Hill Ave. was seated in his 1986 Mazda with Maryland tags ZZZ 161 in the 3900 block of Liberty Heights Ave. on Sunday when a gunman forced him out of the vehicle and drove off.

* ASSAULT/ARREST: Western District -- Police arrested a man Sunday after he struck a female resident of the 1500 block of W. Mulberry St. with his fist during an incident at her home and then pointed a gun at her.

* SCHOOL BURGLARY: Western District -- Calverton Middle School in the 1100 block of Whitmore Ave. was broken into over the weekend. It was not immediately known if any property was taken.

* ROBBERY: Northeastern District -- A resident of the 4500 block of Greencrest Road was in the 5300 block of Goodnow Road on Saturday when a gunman robbed him of $100.

* THEFT: Northeastern District -- During the weekend, someone entered a car parked in the 4300 block of Plainfield Ave. and stole property valued at nearly $600.


* THEFT: Parkville Precinct -- Eight tires and wheels, all valued at $800, were stolen from a Chrysler LeBaron and a Chrysler Concord during the weekend while the vehicles were parked on the lot of Doug Griffith Chrysler Plymouth in the 9200 block of Harford Road.

* CAR THEFT TRY: Towson Precinct -- Someone attempted to steal a 1988 Honda Accord from Pinehurst Avenue near Regester Avenue on Sunday by pulling the ignition apart.

* STOLEN CAR: Cockeysville Precinct -- A brown two-door 1992 Acura Legend with Maryland tags 439 AFM and valued at $25,000 was stolen from the 400 block of Five Farms Lane during the weekend.

* ARRESTS: Cockeysville Precinct -- Police responding to a complaint of trespassers inside a house in the 14300 block of Phoenix Road on Sunday arrested two men who entered through a door. One of the men, a relative of the occupant, was ordered to stay away from the house while the occupant was away. When police entered the house, they found both men sleeping on the living room floor. Each man was expected to be charged with breaking and entering.

* BURGLARY: Garrison Precinct -- Someone entered a home in the 3700 block of Wildor Ave. on Sunday through the front door. It was not known if any property was taken.

* ARSON: Garrison Precinct -- Police and fire officials were seeking the person who set fire to a storage shed in the 500 block of Berryman's Lane on Sunday night.

* ROBBERY: Woodlawn Precinct -- Police were seeking a man who robbed a 24-year-old female resident of the first block of Guildhall Court of jewelry valued at more than $600 during an altercation in the woman's home Sunday. The woman suffered a minor nose injury and refused treatment.

* RAPE: Woodlawn Precinct -- Police arrested a man and were holding him at the station in lieu of $75,000 bond after he was charged with the second-degree rape of a woman early yesterday. The man reportedly is the woman's ex-boyfriend.

* STOLEN CAR: Woodlawn Precinct -- A 1994 Ford Probe with Maryland tags ZGJ 727 and valued at $7,000 was stolen from the 6800 block of Lenbern Road during the weekend.

* STOLEN CAR: Woodlawn Precinct -- Someone stole a 1991 Plymouth Sundance with Maryland tags PDN 498 from the 2100 block of Fairbrook Road during the weekend.

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

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