Baltimore CityBANK ROBBERY TRY: Central District -- A man...

POLICE BLOTTER

June 17, 1994|By Richard Irwin

Baltimore City

BANK ROBBERY TRY: Central District -- A man attempted to rob a downtown bank with a phony explosive device Thursday then fled when a teller refused to comply with his demand for money. After entering the Bank of Baltimore in the 300 block of N. Charles St. at 1:40 p.m., the man placed a package on the counter in front of a teller and demanded money. When the teller refused the order, the man turned and left. Police recovered the package, detonated it at an isolated area in South Baltimore. Police said the package contained a hoax device, but declined to describe it. The man is described as being black, 5-feet-6-inches tall and weighing about 140 pounds. He was wearing a blue dress shirt, tan pants, tennis shoes, a New York Yankees baseball cap and wire-rimmed glasses.

ROBBERY: Northwestern District -- A resident of the 5200 block of Wilton Heights Ave. was in the 3600 block of Rogers Ave. Thursday when a gunman struck him in the face and robbed him of more than $100.

ROBBERY: Northwestern District -- A man robbed a resident of the 3800 block of Grantley Road of his keys near his home Thursday and then reportedly stole the victim's 1988 Chevrolet with Maryland tags BCE 152.

STOLEN CAR: Northwestern District -- A green 1989 Acura with Maryland vanity tags FEDHIL was stolen from the 3500 block of Bonfield Road Wednesday.

STOLEN CAR: Northwestern District -- A 1990 Nissan Maxima with Maryland tags BJG 316 was stolen from the 2500 block of N. Rosedale St. Thursday.

ROBBERY: Northwestern District -- Police were seeking two men, one known as "Kenny" and the other "Roy," who assaulted and robbed a resident of the 2900 block of Keyworth Ave. near his home Wednesday. The suspects escaped with a pager and cash, all valued at more than $70. The victim reportedly was treated at Sinai Hospital for minor injuries.

THEFT/ARREST: Southwestern District -- Police arrested a woman who attempted to leave the G.C. Murphy store in the 2400 block of Frederick Ave. Thursday without paying for baby clothing.

THEFT: Southwestern District -- Someone entered the back yard of a house in the 600 block of S. Pulaski St. Thursday and stole a bike valued at $100.

Baltimore County

THEFT: Parkville Precinct -- Someone entered a home in the 9000 block of Old Harford Road and stole 10 prints of famous persons, two rifles and a shotgun. The theft occurred between May 1993 and June of this year and was reported Thursday.

BURGLARY: Towson Precinct -- An answering machine, telephone and a fax machine, all valued at $700, were stolen from Henderson & Webb Inc. of the 6600 block of Wycombe Way Thursday by someone who broke a window.

HARFORD COUNTY

THEFT/ARREST: Edgewood -- Two Brooklyn, N.Y., men have been released on bond after being charged with entering the lot of a towing company and allegedly stealing property from various cars while attempting to remove their car which had been impounded earlier. The incident occurred Tuesday but reports were not available until Thursday. The men, along with an 11-year-old boy, were seen inside the lot by the owner of Tart's Towing in the 2900 block of Pulaski Highway Monday. The owner detained the trio, who were attempting to push their car through the gate, and called the police. Police said the car broke down on I-95 Monday and that its owner didn't have enough money to have it towed so police ordered it impounded. Following the arrests, police recovered property stolen from other cars on the lot. Charged with theft, trespassing and malicious destruction of property were Ben Kelly, 50, and Lee Spencer, 36, both of Brooklyn. The child, also from New York, was not charged and was released to his parents.

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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