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

Howard Police Blotter

October 07, 1997

Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes in Howard County.

Ellicott City: 9100 block of U.S. 40: Someone entered the manager's office of the Bare Bones Restaurant on Friday and robbed two employees at gunpoint. Baltimore police later arrested a 33-year-old Baltimore man. Cash, checks and a weapon were recovered.

Ellicott City: 5500 block of Landing Road: Someone broke into a house between Sept. 19 and Friday and stole guns from a gun cabinet. Two shotguns and a rifle were taken.

Elkridge: Meadowridge Road and Montgomery Road: On Sunday, someone broke into a storage shed next to a house under renovation. Power tools, lawn mowers and garden equipment were stolen.

Ellicott City: 3500 block of West Gate Drive: Someone stole a bike from an unlocked garage Saturday.

Elkridge: 6200 block of Lawyer's Hill: A white 1993 Dodge Spirit, Maryland license plate DSH-203, was stolen Thursday or Friday.

Oakland Mills: 10400 block of Owen Brown Road: Someone broke into a garage Sunday and stole a mountain bike.

Hickory Ridge: 12100 block of Redstream Way: Someone broke into a garage Thursday or Friday and took property from a vehicle.

Harper's Choice: 9600 block of Clocktower Lane: Someone stole a bicycle from a garage Saturday.

Harper's Choice: 5400 block of Harper's Farm Road: Someone broke the glass in the Tropical Juice Bar's front door Sunday and stole $60 from the cash register.

North Laurel: 9200 block of All Saints Road: Police said a woman was robbed Sunday at a Crown gas station when someone grabbed cash from her hand.

North Laurel: 10300 block of Winners Circle Way: Someone broke into a garage Thursday and stole a purse from a vehicle.

Jessup: 8300 block of Barkwood Court: Someone broke into a house Sunday by kicking in the rear door. Cash was stolen.

North Laurel: 9600 block of Canterbury Riding: A blue 1983 Chevrolet truck, Maryland license plate 759451, was stolen Thursday or Friday.

Pub Date: 10/07/97

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