Baltimore CitySHOOTINGS: Western District -- Three...


March 14, 1995|By Reported by Richard Irwin

Baltimore City

SHOOTINGS: Western District -- Three teen-agers playing video games were shot yesterday afternoon by at least two gunmen who entered a carryout at North and Druid Hill avenues and opened fire. Police said at least two dozen shots were fired from two semi-automatic handguns. The victims, shot in the lower extremities, were taken to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Police said they were told that the three often played video games in the store and that there hadn't been any problems.

ROBBERY: Northern District -- A 42-year-old resident of the 5500 block of Lothian Road was in the 5300 block of Ready Ave. yesterday when he was robbed of his shoes, coat and cigarettes by several youths, one armed with a handgun.

ROBBERY: Northern District -- A gunman robbed a 36-year-old man of $120 in the 400 block of E. Cold Spring Lane yesterday.

STOLEN CAR: Northwestern District -- A 1990 Ford Tempo with tags 260 AHZ was stolen yesterday in the 4000 block of Clarks Lane.

BURGLARY: Northwestern District -- Someone entered a house in the 4500 block of Pimlico Road through a rear door yesterday and stole jewelry valued at nearly $180.

ROBBERY: Southwestern District -- A resident of the 500 block of Glenallen Drive was in the 4600 block of Edmondson Ave. yesterday when a man placed a handgun to the side of his head and robbed him of nearly $30.

Baltimore County

ROBBERY: North Point Precinct -- A 17-year-old resident of the 200 block of Baltimore Ave. was at Dunmanway and Shipping Place yesterday when he was assaulted by a man who stole his wallet containing cash, and a pager, all valued at $80.

THEFT: North Point Precinct -- Police were seeking a couple who stole clothing and jewelry, all valued at $70, from the J.C. Penney store at the Eastpoint Mall in the 7800 block of Eastern Ave. yesterday.

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

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