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

POLICE BLOTTER

November 05, 1996|By Richard Irwin

Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes in Baltimore and Baltimore County.

Central District

Theft from auto: A cell phone, candlesticks, a bread-making machine and dishes, all valued at more than $800, were stolen from a Ford Escort parked in the 900 block of Cathedral St. yesterday.

Burglary: A videocassette recorder, 20 compact discs and jewelry, all valued at more than $1,500, were stolen yesterday from a house in the 1800 block of Bolton St.

Theft: A woman was in the 300 block of Dolphin St. yesterday and was about to put $20 in her sock for safe-keeping when a man grabbed the money and fled.

Western District

Robbery: A man was on the parking lot of Mondawmin Mall yesterday when two men robbed him of a pair of boots, cash and a pager, all valued at more than $300.

Robbery: A gunman robbed a 23-year-old man of $8 in the 500 block of N. Warwick Ave. yesterday.

Northern District

Theft from vehicle: Two pairs of prescription sunglasses and a set of golf clubs, all valued at $4,000, were stolen Saturday from a 1991 Nissan parked in the first block of W. 25th St.

Theft: A compact disc player and a pair of sunglasses, all valued at more than $200, were stolen Sunday from a 1991 Dodge Shadow parked in the 3500 block of Greenmount Ave.

Stolen car: A 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee with tags 690977M was stolen Sunday in the 800 block of Bradhurst Road.

Gun stolen: A .38-caliber revolver and 32 bullets, all valued at more than $80, were stolen Sunday from a car parked in the 34000 block of Ash St.

Robbery: After a fare got into an unlicensed cab in the 400 block of W. 29th St. Sunday, the driver robbed the passenger of $10 at gunpoint and drove off.

Northwestern District

Burglary: Tires valued at $200 were stolen Sunday from Speedy Muffler King in the 4100 block of W. Northern Parkway. Entry was gained through the front window.

Southwestern District

Shooting: A man was in the 800 block of Woodington Road on Sunday when one of two men in a passing car shot him in the back. He was in serious condition yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

Robbery: A delivery man for Kiani's Pizza and Subs in the 5800 block of Johnnycake Road was in the 4000 block of Woodridge Road on Sunday when a gunman robbed him of more than $100.

White Marsh Precinct

Thefts/arrests: Two women were arrested Sunday when they tried to leave Macy's department store at North Point Mall without paying for clothing. In an unrelated incident Saturday, police arrested a 28-year-old Howard County woman when she left a changing room wearing clothing she hadn't paid for.

Theft: A ring valued at more than $7,000 was stolen from a house in the 5700 block of Emelia Ave. between Oct. 27 and Sunday.

Essex Precinct

Robbery: A 29-year-old man was at Back River Neck and Middleborough roads Sunday when he was robbed of $12 by a man who implied he was armed.

Burglary: A videocassette recorder valued at more than $300 was stolen during the weekend from a house in the 600 block of Carrollwood Road.

Towson Precinct

Arson/murder try: A house in the 1000 block of Breezewick Road was set on fire Sunday morning, causing the occupants to flee when they heard an explosion. No injuries were reported and the fire caused $5,000 in damage.

For the Record

Suspects arrested: Malachi Thomas, 21, of the 2100 block of Chelsea Terrace and Timothy Brigman, 19, of the 3900 block of Reisterstown Road were arrested yesterday by the U.S. Marshal's Fugitive Task Force on warrants charging them with first-degree murder and armed robbery in the death of Terry Jackson, 18. On Oct. 21, Jackson, of the 2900 block of Oakley Ave., was robbed and fatally shot in the 5100 block of Park Heights Ave. The suspects were arrested at Brigman's sister's house in Edgewood and were being held without bond at Central Booking and Intake Center.

Pub Date: 11/05/96

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