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


March 01, 1996|By Richard Irwin

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

Eastern District

Drug arrests: Police carrying felony arrest warrants and several search warrants raided homes and suspected open-air drug markets in the Milton-Montford and Madison East End areas Wednesday and arrested at least 11 people on drug and weapons charges. They seized drugs, packaging equipment and two handguns.

Central District

Theft: Someone entered a house in the 600 block of W. Fayette St. on Wednesday and stole a 22-inch television valued at more than $300.

Theft from auto: A cellular phone, wallet, cash and credit cards were stolen yesterday from a 1993 Jeep parked in the 300 block of Diamond St.

Northeastern District

Robbery: A female hitchhiker rode less than a block before robbing the man who picked her up in the 5900 block of Pulaski Highway on Wednesday. She took a wallet containing $127 and ran away.

Burglary: A 13-inch television and a videocassette recorder, all valued at more than $400, were stolen Wednesday from a house in the 1600 block of Northgate Road by someone who had a key.

Burglary: Property valued at $500 was stolen Wednesday from a house in the 5000 block of Frankford Ave. by someone who entered through a bathroom window.

Robbery: A resident of the 3500 block of Chesterfield Ave. was robbed at gunpoint by two men Wednesday in the 3500 block of Pelham Road.

Northwestern District

Theft: Someone entered a car parked in the 4400 block of Belvieu Ave. on Wednesday and stole property valued at more than $400.

Robbery try: Police were seeking a man who attempted to rob the Jiffy Lube in the 4100 block of W. Northern Parkway on Wednesday at gunpoint, but fled when something or someone scared him away.

Southwestern District

Robbery: A 62-year-old woman was robbed of $2 near her North Chapelgate Lane home Wednesday by a man who implied he had a gun.

Robbery: An unarmed man entered the Kentucky Fried Chicken in the 3800 block of Wilkens Ave. on Wednesday, vaulted the counter and ordered an employee to give him money from the cash register. He escaped with $60.

Stolen car: A burgundy 1991 Plymouth with tags AVW 164 was stolen Wednesday in the 2800 block of Belmont Ave.

Essex Precinct

Burglary: Cash and pizza-making materials were stolen Wednesday by an intruder at Mustang Pizzas in the 2000 block of Orems Road.

North Point Precinct

Theft: A microphone, electronic gear and a carrying case, all valued at more than $1,000, were stolen Wednesday from a garage in the 1900 block of Washington Road.

Theft/arrests: Police arrested two women Wednesday when they attempted to leave the Sears store at Eastpoint Mall without paying for clothing and perfume valued at $500.

Theft: A man stole 13 "Pocahontas" video tapes, all valued at more than $200, from the Rite Aid pharmacy in the first block of Shipping Place and drove off in a 1993 Nissan.

Thefts from vehicles: Someone entered a 1992 Isuzu truck parked on a lot at Dundalk High School on Wednesday and stole a radio, cellular phone and a gym bag, all valued at more than $900. Police said tools and stereo equipment valued at $400 also were stolen from a 1983 Dodge Ram truck parked nearby.

Garrison Precinct

Robbery: A gunman robbed Quick Print in the 500 block of Reisterstown Road in Pikesville of $70 Wednesday.

Woodlawn Precinct

Burglary: Nonprescription medicine for cholesterol, valued at more than $1,000, was stolen Wednesday from the Medicine Shoppe in the 8000 block of Liberty Road by someone who damaged a door to enter.

Robbery: A man with a knife robbed the 7-Eleven in the 3800 block of Marriottsville Road on Wednesday of $35.

Woodlawn Precinct

Robbery: A man who implied he was armed with a handgun robbed the Rite Aid pharmacy in the 5600 block Baltimore National Pike of more than $100 Wednesday.

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