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

Police Blotter

July 24, 1996|By Richard Irwin

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

Southern District

Arson: The doorway at Vic's Auto Sales in the 500 block of S. Monroe St. was set on fire yesterday, causing more than $3,000 damage.

Burglary/arrest: Residents of a house in the 1400 block of Kuper Place spotted an intruder in their home yesterday and called police. After a brief chase on foot, police arrested a suspect. Robert Lee Thomas, 27, of the 1700 block of McHenry St. was charged with burglary. No property was reported missing.

Stolen car: A 1988 Volvo with tags DCW 392 was stolen Monday in the 600 block of S. Charles St.

Northeastern District

Burglary: A handgun and ammunition were stolen Monday from a house in the 3400 block of Kenyon Ave.

Robbery: A man was in the 6000 block of Amberwood Road on Monday when a couple robbed him of a carrying bag that contained a chemical irritant, keys and credit cards.

Northern District

Burglary: Ten cases of soft drinks, which were valued at more than $260, were stolen Monday from the Salvation Army in the 2600 block of Hampden Ave.

Theft: A mountain bike valued at $300 was stolen Monday from a house in the 2200 block of St. Paul St.

Stolen car: A 1987 Ford Bronco with California tags 3DAB534 was stolen Monday in the 3900 block of Greenspring Ave.

Stolen car: A 1994 Ford Escort with tags CGE 082 was stolen Monday in the 200 block of W. 20th St.

Northwestern District

Theft: A walkie-talkie radio valued at $500 was stolen Monday from a security officer's post at the Children's Hospital in the 3800 block of Greenspring Ave.

Stabbing: A woman was arrested Monday after she stabbed a man in the left side with a knife during an incident at her home the 2900 block of Garrison Blvd. The victim was treated at Liberty Medical Center.

Western District

Assault: A man armed with a shotgun shot out the back window of a 1986 Honda Accord in the 100 block of N. Mount St. on Monday. The female driver was not injured. The window was valued at $300.

Burglary: A 46-year-old man was arrested Monday inside a city-owned house in the 1100 block of Mosher St. He had entered through a second-floor window. No property was missing.

Southwestern District

Robbery try: A woman was emptying trash in the back of her home in the 100 block of Collins Ave. on Monday when a gunman pointed the weapon at her head, knocked her to the ground and demanded her money. He fled when the woman cried out.

Theft: Police were seeking a known suspect who stole a videocassette recorder, valued at $200, from a house in the 2600 block of Sloatfield Ave. on Monday. Later, police recovered the property at a pawn shop.

Burglary: A videocassette recorder, a starter pistol, jewelry and a school ring, all valued at nearly $3,000, were stolen Monday from a house in the 2600 block of Frederick Ave.

Burglary: A state lottery ticket machine was stolen between Sunday and Monday from the Rite-Aid pharmacy in the 4500 block of Edmondson Ave.

White Marsh Precinct

Burglary: Property valued at more than $3,000 was stolen Monday from a house in the 4700 block of Vicky Road.

Burglary: At least $800 in coins and currency were stolen Monday from a jukebox, a cigarette machine and a poker machine at the New Rosedale Inn in the 8000 block of Philadelphia Road.

North Point Precinct

Robbery: An 11-year-old boy was riding his bike near his home in the 7000 block of Eastdale Road on Monday when two older boys knocked him to the ground and stole the bike, valued at more than $200.

Parkville Precinct

Burglary: More than $100 was stolen from a safe in the office of the Jiffy Lube outlet in the 2100 block of E. Joppa Road between Sunday night and Monday morning.

Towson Precinct

Stolen car: A 1989 Toyota with tags ZDH 578 was stolen Monday in the first block of Debonair Court.

Stolen car: A 1988 Honda Accord with no tags was stolen Monday in the 800 block of York Road.

Pub Date: 7/24/96

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