* SHOOTING: Southwestern District -- A resident of the 3200 block of Brighton St. was treated at Liberty Medical Center for a gunshot wound in the right leg after an unidentified man shot him during an incident in the 2900 block of Belmont Ave. Sunday night.
* ASSAULT: Southwestern District -- Police were seeking a man who pointed a handgun at a 20-year-old resident of the 2800 block of Presbury St. during an incident at her home Sunday.
* BURGLARY: Northeastern District -- Someone entered a house in the 2700 block of The Alameda Sunday and stole a TV set valued at more than $300.
* STOLEN CAR: Northeastern District -- A 1988 Saab with tags VXS 814 was stolen Sunday from the 2500 block of Belair Road.
* THEFT: Northeastern District -- A stereo cassette player valued at more than $400 was stolen from a car parked in the 3100 block of Erdman Ave. between Saturday and Sunday.
* BURGLARY: Northeastern District -- Stereo equipment valued at more than $100 was stolen from a house in the 1000 block of Quantril Way over the weekend.
* STOLEN CAR: Northeastern District -- Someone stole a 1991 Mazda with tags RTH 987 from the 4600 block of Marble Hall Road Sunday.
* BURGLARY: Northern District -- Someone entered a house in the 3600 block of Falls Road over the weekend and stole 30 compact discs worth more than $400.
* BURGLARY: Northern District -- Musical instruments, computer equipment, a tape deck, stereo speakers and other property, all valued at more than $2,300, were stolen Sunday from a home in the 3700 block of Greenmount Ave. by someone who apparently entered with a key.
* THEFT: Northern District -- A 22-inch, 10-speed bike valued at $500 was stolen from in front of the owner's house in the 2400 block of Ken Oak Ave. Sunday.
* STOLEN CAR: Northern District -- Someone stole a 1985 Dodge with temporary tags 76638F from the 800 block of Benninghaus Road Sunday.
* THEFT: Northern District -- A resident of the 2800 block of Whitney Ave. was doing yard work Sunday afternoon when he entered his home to get a drink of water. When the occupant left the house to continue working, he discovered that someone had stolen his gas operated edge-trimmer valued at $300.
* BURGLARY: Northern District -- Someone entered a garage in the 2100 block of Sulgrave Ave. through an unlocked door between Aug. 23 and Aug. 26 and stole a leaf blower, trimmer, tire pump, sander and chain saw, all valued at more than $300.
* THEFT: Northern District -- When a woman left a man's home in the first block of E. 25th St. to use the telephone Saturday, the occupant noticed his wallet containing cash and an ATM card was missing.
* ASSAULT: Northwestern District -- Police arrested a man who cut a resident of the 100 block of E. 27th St. with a knife during an incident Sunday inside a house in the 3900 block of Hayward Ave.
* BURGLARY: Cockeysville Precinct -- Someone entered Church Lane Cleaners in the first block of Church Lane over the weekend and stole more than $100.
* ROBBERY TRY: Garrison Precinct -- A 71-year-old resident of the 3400 block of Old Post Drive was walking near his home Sunday night when a man, who implied that he was armed with a handgun, demanded his car keys. When the victim refused to comply, the man turned and walked away.
* ROBBERY: Garrison Precinct -- A 68-year-old Diamond Cab driver was in the 3700 block of Valley Hill Drive Sunday night when a man he had picked up earlier pulled out a handgun and robbed him of $45.
* BURGLARY/ARREST: Garrison Precinct -- Police responding to a burglary at Lab Care Inc. in the 4000 block of Old Court Road Sunday afternoon saw a man fleeing the scene carrying property. A short distance from the crime scene, police caught the man and recovered the property, computer equipment and other items. A 37-year-old man was being held pending charges and a bail hearing.
* STOLEN CAR: Garrison Precinct -- A 1992 Dodge Spirit with tags APK 524 was stolen from the 7000 block of Concord Road Sunday.
Police Blotter is a representative, not comprehensive, list of crimes in Baltimore City and Baltimore County, reported by Richard Irwin.