Baltimore CityROBBERY: Western District -- A man robbed a...


October 21, 1994|By Richard Irwin

Baltimore City

ROBBERY: Western District -- A man robbed a 15-year-old boy of more than $10 inside the Ming Chu Gardens carry-out in the 1500 block of W. Lanvale St. Thursday.

CARJACKING: Northwestern District -- A man armed with a long-bladed knife robbed a driver for the Royal cab company of his cab, a 1988 Ford Crown Victoria with tags 23496B and $50 in the 4100 block of Fernhill Ave. Thursday.

BURGLARY: Northwestern District -- Property valued at more than $1,000 was stolen from a house in the 3800 block of Beehler Ave. Thursday by someone who entered through a door.

SUSPECTED CHILD ABUSE: Southern District -- Police were interviewing the parents of a 5-month-old child listed in critical condition at the University of Maryland Medical Center with injuries to the head that appear suspicious. The child and its parents, all from the 900 block of Washington Blvd., were at the Mt. Clare Mall Thursday night when the child stopped breathing and was later taken to the hospital after mall security officers attempted to revive it.

PURSE SNATCH: Northern District -- A resident of the 2400 block Keyworth Ave. was in the 2500 block of Springhill Ave. Thursday when a man stole her purse containing cash and property, all valued at $35.

Baltimore County

CARJACKING: White Marsh Precinct -- A 46-year-old woman was parking her car at the Putty Hill Plaza in the 7900 block of Belair Road Thursday when a man opened the driver's side door, pulled her out onto the pavement and drove off in the car, a 1994 Buick Skylark with Virginia tags LZ5357.

ROBBERY: North Point Precinct -- A 16-year-old Dunbar High School student was robbed of a gold necklace and $52 at a bus stop at Eastern Avenue and 52nd Street Thursday by a gunman.

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

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