Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes in Baltimore city...

POLICE BLOTTER

October 19, 1995|By Richard Irwin

Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes in Baltimore city and county.

Northern District

Stolen van: A 1994 Dodge van with tags 659387M was stolen Tuesday in the 4700 block of Roland Ave.

Stolen car: A 1987 Jeep with tags 168234 was stolen Tuesday in the 1700 block of W. Rogers Ave.

Northwestern District

Robbery: A resident of the 5100 block of Pembridge Ave. was in the 5100 block of Park Heights Ave. on Tuesday when two men, one with a handgun, robbed him of $60.

Stolen car: A 1995 Jeep Cherokee with tags 03371J was stolen Tuesday in the 5900 block of Reisterstown Road.

Central District

Cab holdup: A Checker cabdriver was robbed of more than $100 Tuesday by a man he had picked up at Lafayette Avenue and Carey Street and who asked to be taken to the 1200 block of Pennsylvania Ave. There, the passenger pulled out a semiautomatic handgun and demanded the cabbie's money.

Southern District

Stolen car: A 1987 Pontiac with tags WPW 730 was stolen yesterday in the 1800 block of Webster St.

Stolen car: A 1985 Toyota with tags CTC 888 was stolen yesterday in the 200 block of S. Calhoun St.

Burglary: A sapphire ring, weed trimmer, sewing machine and gold jewelry, all valued at more than $1,100, were stolen &L yesterday from a house in the 1600 block of Cherry St.

Western District

Shooting: Police were seeking a man who shot a resident of the 3400 block of Reisterstown Road in the left groin, right arm and right hip during an incident Tuesday in the 2200 block of Brighton Ave. The victim was in good condition yesterday at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Arson: Someone set fire to a back room in a house in the 1700 block of Harlem Ave. on Tuesday night. The fire spread to two adjoining vacant houses, one of which was occupied, but no injuries were reported. The fire caused an estimated $10,000 damage and was brought under control in less than an hour.

Shooting: A 23-year-old resident of the 3400 block of Reisterstown Road was in the 2200 block of Bryant Ave. on Tuesday when someone shot him several times. The victim was taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he was in good condition yesterday.

Northeastern District

Robbery: A 16-year-old Lake Clifton High School student was walking to school in the 2700 block of St. Lo Drive yesterday when he was struck in the face by an older youth who stole the student's gold necklace valued at $200.

Robbery: A teen-age resident of the 2500 block of Cecil Ave. was talking on a public telephone in the 1600 block of Exeter Hall Ave. yesterday when a gunman robbed him of his jacket and two pagers.

Robbery: A 52-year-old truck driver was working in the rear of a bakery in the 7100 block of Commercial Ave. on Tuesday when two men, one with a sawed-off shotgun, robbed him of his wallet and watch, all valued at more than $100.

North Point Precinct

Theft: A 1988 Ford tractor with tags 2034CF was stolen yesterday in the 4000 block of North Point Blvd.

Parkville Precinct

Burglary: Someone entered a townhouse in the first block oGikehall Road on Tuesday and stole a pair of eyeglasses, cash and a parking permit.

Theft: A police scanner and a watch, all valued at more than $300, were stolen yesterday from a 1993 Ford pickup in the 8800 block of Blairwood Road.

North Point Precinct

Theft: A 1988 Ford tractor with tags 2034CF was stolen yesterday in the 4000 block of North Point Blvd.

Burglary: Property valued at $1,000 was stolen Tuesday from a house in the 7900 block of Lansdale Road.

Burglary: Someone entered a house in the 100 block of Oak St. in Turners Station on Tuesday through the front door and stole more than $500.

Burglary: A gold wedding band and a military ring, all valued at $500, were stolen Tuesday from a house in the 1600 block of Rita Road.

Theft: Police arrested a man who attempted to leave Sears at Eastpoint Mall without paying for a 12-volt electric drill valued at $200.

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