Baltimore CitySHOOTING: Western District -- A 34-year-old...


September 02, 1994|By Richard Irwin

Baltimore City

SHOOTING: Western District -- A 34-year-old bus driver for the MTA was shot in the wrist Thursday by one of several youths with a BB gun who attempted to get onto her bus without paying their fares. The bus was stopped in the 1600 block of Edmondson Ave. when several teen-age boys got on without paying. When the driver ordered the youths to pay or get off, one of them pulled out a BB gun and shot the driver, causing a bruise to the wrist. The youths escaped.

THEFT: Western District -- Someone stole a briefcase and three suitcases containing clothing and personal items -- all valued at $2,000 -- from a Buick station wagon Thursday parked in the 2500 block of Pennsylvania Ave. The vehicle is owned by a Pennsylvania resident.

THEFT: Northeastern District -- Someone broke windows on two Nissans parked on the lot of Bill Cramers auto sales in the 6200 block of Belair Road Wednesday or Thursday and stole stereo radios.

RAPE: Northeastern District -- Police were seeking a man who entered a house in the 4100 block of Ardley Ave. Thursday and raped the occupant.

THEFT: Northeastern District -- Someone stole a lawn mower from under the front porch of a house in the 1600 block of Homestead St. Wednesday or Thursday.

BURGLARY/ARRESTS: Northern District -- Police arrested three women and were seeking two men in connection with the burglary of a house in the 2800 block of W. Garrison Ave. Thursday during which a TV valued at $200 was taken.

THEFT: Northern District -- Six air conditioner coils valued at more than $1,000 were stolen from the back yard of a house in the 800 block of Beaumont Ave. Thursday.

BURGLARY: Northern District -- Someone entered a garage in the 5700 block of Downing Place Thursday and stole two multi-speed bikes valued together at $1,000.

ROBBERY: Northern District -- A 30-year-old resident of the 2900 block of Virginia Ave. was walking near her home Thursday when a man stole her purse containing $20.

STOLEN CAR: Northern District -- A 1994 Chrysler mini-van with Maryland vanity tags SQUASH was stolen from the 2800 block of Nutmeg Terrace Thursday.

BURGLARY: Central District -- Someone entered the Subway carryout in the 300 block of Light St. Wednesday and stole property valued at more than $1,000.

ROBBERY: Central District -- A 24-year-old woman was in the first block of Market Place Wednesday when a gunman robbed

her of an undisclosed sum of money.

Baltimore County

BURGLARY: Essex Precinct -- Someone entered an apartment in the first block of Akin Circle between Aug. 15 and Thursday through a sliding glass door and stole property valued at more than $1,000.

BURGLARY: Essex Precinct -- More than $1,000 was stolen from a safe inside a house in the 500 block of Arncliffe Road Thursday by someone who entered by kicking in the basement door.

STOLEN CAR: Essex Precinct -- A 1985 Ford Escort with temporary tags 0456476 was stolen from the 100 block of Bledsoe Circle Thursday.

BURGLARY: Towson Precinct -- Someone entered Omaha Steaks in the 700 block of Dulaney Valley Road through a rear door Wednesday or Thursday and stole $200 worth of meat products.

STOLEN CAR: Towson Precinct -- A rented 1990 Mitsubishi Eclipse with unknown tags was stolen from the 700 block of York Road Wednesday or Thursday.

STOLEN CAR: Towson Precinct -- A 1983 Ford van with tags 340984 and containing more than $1,000 worth of assorted brands of cigarettes and safe with an undisclosed sum of money was stolen from the 1600 block of E. Joppa Road Thursday



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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