Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes in Howard...

Howard Police Blotter

April 01, 1997

Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes in Howard County.

Ellicott City: 12500 block of Frederick Road: Someone broke into a house Saturday by climbing in through a bedroom window. A television was stolen.

Ellicott City: 8900 block of Old Annapolis Road: A red Penn Trailer, Maryland license 446449G, was stolen sometime between March 25 and Friday.

Long Reach: 7100 block of Carved Stone: A blue, two-door Chevrolet Geo was stolen and recovered Friday.

Owen Brown: 6900 block of Bendbough Court: The victim's garage was left unlocked Thursday or Friday and someone stole a cellular phone and coins from the car inside.

Long Reach: 6200 block of King Rain Court: Someone stole a bicycle from an unlocked garage Friday.

Owen Brown: 7800 block of Melting Shadows Lane: A house was robbed Thursday of video games, compact discs, a pager, a remote and radio controls and cigarettes.

Owen Brown: 7800 block of Oakland Mills Road: Two cash registers with money were stolen from Koko's Mini Market on Saturday.

Oakland Mills: 9600 block of Basket Ring Road: A storage area was broken into sometime between Jan. 28 and Monday, and clothing, appliances and video games were stolen.

Town Center: 10600 block of Little Patuxent Pkwy.: A laptop computer, electronic devices and video game cartridges were stolen from an office Wednesday or Thursday.

Hickory Ridge: 11200 block of Avalanche Way: A house was broken into Wednesday or Thursday, and four televisions, furniture, cash, videotapes and a stereo system were stolen.

North Laurel-Savage

Dorsey: 7000 block of Brookdale Drive: A robber broke into a house through a bedroom window Sunday or yesterday. A television and cellular phone were stolen.

Guilford: 10500 block of Guilford Road: A mobile trailer being used as an office was broken into Saturday or Sunday by breaking a rear sliding window. Exxon credit cards, cash and work orders were stolen from the office.

Pub Date: 4/01/97

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