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

POLICE BLOTTER

February 25, 1997|By Richard Irwin

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

Northwestern District

Robbery: A man was walking in the 5100 block of Norwood Ave. when he was assaulted Sunday by two men and robbed of more than $20.

Stolen car: A 1995 Pontiac with handicap tags 18652 was stolen Sunday in the 3000 block of W. Belvedere Ave.

Robbery: A 58-year-old man was standing on the porch of his home in the 4000 block of Park Heights Ave. on Sunday when he was assaulted by a man who robbed him of his wallet and $5.

Southwestern District

Stolen car: A teal-colored two-door 1992 Geo with unknown dealer tags was stolen Sunday in the 700 block of Poplar Grove St.

Robbery: A pizza deliveryman was assaulted by a man who robbed him of $70 and a $10 check in the 4000 block of Cranston Ave. on Saturday.

Burglary: Someone entered a house in the 3200 block of Clifton Ave. through a side window Sunday and stole an electric heater valued at $50. The intruder caused nearly $200 damage entering the house.

Stolen car: A green two-door 1994 Mitsubishi with tags BNS 873 was stolen Sunday in the 700 block of Stamford Road.

Southeastern District

Robbery: A woman was assaulted by a man and robbed of $40 Sunday in the 2400 block of E. Fayette St.

Robbery: Two teen-age males pressed a piece of glass to the neck of a 6-year-old boy and robbed him of his bicycle in the 100 block of S. Eaton St. on Sunday.

Burglary: A ladder, drop cloths, paint and tools, all valued at more than $300, were stolen between Friday and yesterday from a storage room in an apartment building in the 6100 block of E. Pratt St.

Robbery/arrest: A man armed with a knife robbed the 7-Eleven store in the 3100 block of Pulaski Highway of more than $100 yesterday. A short time later, a man was arrested by Officer James Bradigan after a brief chase. The 34-year-old suspect was being held pending charges. Money believed taken from the store and a knife were recovered.

Northwestern District

Arrest: Police arrested Kelvin Anderson, 31, of the 5100 block of Nelson Ave. on Friday and charged him with a Jan. 23 armed robbery of the China Wok carryout in the 5100 block of Park Heights Ave. At the time of his arrest, Anderson was being held at Central Booking and Intake Center in lieu of $75,000 bond for an unrelated robbery.

Burglaries: At least six units at Reisterstown Square Apartments in the 6900 block of Eberle Drive were burglarized during the past several days. Entry was gained by using a key. Police said property of unknown value was stolen and that suspects were being sought.

Northern District

Bank robbery: A man robbed the Roland Park branch of Mercantile Safe Deposit and Trust in the 5100 block of Roland Ave. yesterday after giving a teller a note that implied he was armed. The robber escaped on foot.

Woodlawn Precinct

Robbery: A gunman robbed an armed courier of cash and a 9 mm semiautomatic handgun about 1: 30 p.m. yesterday at Security Square Mall in the 6900 block of Security Blvd. The courier works for Dunbar Armored Services.

White Marsh Precinct

Robbery: A masked gunman robbed the Royal Farm Store in the 6900 block of Hazelwood Ave. Sunday night. The robber forced several employees and customers to lie on the floor.

Towson Precinct

Burglary: Someone entered a house in the 6200 block of Falls Road between Saturday and Sunday and stole nearly $100.

Burglary: A rifle, ammunition and other property were stolen from an attorney's office in the 600 block of Baltimore Ave. between Saturday and Sunday. Police found no signs of forced entry.

Cockeysville Precinct

Burglary: Computer equipment valued at more than $6,000 was stolen from Simplex Time Recorder in the 10900 block of Beaver Dam Road on Sunday.

Fire: A fire that caused at least $300,000 damage to a house under construction in the 12200 block of Cleghorn Road on Saturday has been ruled suspicious. No arrests had been made.

Pub Date: 2/25/97

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