Baltimore CityBURGLARY: Southern District -- Property...

POLICE BLOTTER

March 29, 1995|By Reported by Richard Irwin

Baltimore City

BURGLARY: Southern District -- Property valued at more than $3,900 was stolen from a house in the 100 block of S. Parkin St. Monday. Taken were a videocassette recorder, stereo system with speakers and an amplifier, and 30 compact discs.

BURGLARY: Southern District -- A television and stereo equipment, all valued at nearly $300, were stolen Monday from the 900 block of Peach St.

BURGLARY: Northeastern District -- A VCR valued at $150 was stolen Monday from a house in the 3800 block of Kimble Road.

STOLEN CAR: Northeastern District -- A silver 1986 Volvo 740 with tags BVH 667 was stolen Monday from the 4800 block of Lorelly Ave.

STOLEN CAR: Northwestern District -- A two-door brown 1987 Porsche 924 with unknown tags was stolen Monday from the 4800 block of Seton Drive.

BURGLARY: Western District -- A TV, microwave oven, cash, prescription eyeglasses and hair clippers, all valued at more than $1,000, were stolen Monday from a house in the 1600 block of N. Fulton Ave.

THEFT: Southwestern District -- Police were seeking two men who entered the Interstate Convenient Food Market in the 5200 block of Windsor Mill Road Monday and stole a Glock 17-shot 9 mm semiautomatic handgun valued at $500.

THEFT FROM AUTO: Southwestern District -- A briefcase, jacket and car phone, all valued at more than $200, were stolen Monday from a 1995 Chevrolet parked in the 2300 block of Hollins St.

CARJACKING: Southwestern District -- Two men, one with a handgun, robbed a Royal Cab driver of his money and the vehicle, No. 1071, during a robbery in the 3100 block of Westmont Court Monday.

ASSAULT/ARREST: Northern District -- Police arrested a 73-year-old man who allegedly threatened his wife and daughter with a knife during a dispute at their home in the 700 block of Winston Ave. Monday.

ASSAULT: Northern District -- A 33-year-old man was in the 2600 block of Guilford Ave. Monday when he was attacked by two men who struck him with their hands and rocks. The victim was treated at Union Memorial Hospital.

THEFT FROM AUTO: Northern District -- A cellular phone valued at $300 was stolen from a 1990 Chevrolet Geo Storm parked in the 100 block of E. Cold Spring Lane Monday.

THEFT: Northern District -- Jewelry valued at more than $3,000 was stolen from Tomlinson's Crafts at the Rotunda mall in the 700 block of W. 40th St. over the weekend.

Baltimore County

STOLEN CAR: Woodlawn Precinct -- A black and gray 1991 BMW 318i valued at more than $13,000 was stolen Monday from Fox Chevrolet in the 6600 block of Security Blvd.

BURGLARY: Parkville Precinct -- Property valued at nearly $2,000 was stolen from a house in the 4000 block of Marjeff Place Monday.

STOLEN CAR: Cockeysville Precinct -- A 1992 Dodge Shadow with tags 347 ATM was stolen Monday from the parking lot at Green Spring Station in the 2300 block of W. Joppa Road Monday.

STOLEN CAR: Garrison Precinct -- An ivory-colored 1992 Infiniti was stolen from Best Chevrolet in the 9400 block of Liberty Road Monday. The vehicle had no tags.

BURGLARY: Wilkens Precinct -- A jar containing $20 in coins was stolen from a house in the 2600 block of Virginia Ave. in Baltimore Highlands over the weekend.

HARFORD COUNTY

BURGLARY: Whiteford -- Someone entered a house in the 3100 block of Whiteford Road Monday by destroying the patio door, valued at $1,000, and stole property of unknown value.

METRO CRIME STOPPERS

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 $2,000 may be paid for information.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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