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

Police Blotter

November 14, 1997|By Richard Irwin

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

Southern District

Shootings: Police were seeking a man armed with a semiautomatic handgun who shot three men in the 1500 block of McHenry St. about 5: 40 p.m. Wednesday. A 31-year-old man was shot in the chest and was in critical condition yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center. The other victims, both 19, were each shot in the left leg. One was treated at Johns Hopkins Hospital and the other at University of Maryland Medical Center. Several bullets struck an MTA bus but none of several passengers or the driver was injured.

Theft from vehicle: A cellular phone and a radar detector, all valued at $300, were stolen Wednesday from a 1991 Mitsubishi Eclipse parked in the 600 block of Portland St.

Burglary: A diamond ring and several pieces of photographic equipment, all valued at more than $3,600, were stolen Wednesday from a house in the 3700 block of Ninth St.

Northeastern District

Burglary: Someone entered an apartment in the 6700 block of Laurelton Ave. through a front kitchen window Wednesday and stole $55.

Western District

Burglary: Someone entered Eatman's Transportation, a private bus company in the 2500 block of Woodbrook Ave., on Wednesday and stole two portable radios, all valued at more than $500, from two buses.

Northwestern District

Burglary: A camcorder of unknown value was stolen Wednesday from an apartment in the 6500 block of Eberle Drive.

Robbery: A 75-year-old man was in the 3900 block of W. Cold Spring Lane about 1: 15 p.m. Wednesday when a man with a DTC crowbar robbed him of his wallet and cash, all valued at more than $50.

White Marsh Precinct

Embezzlement probe: Two unidentified employees of Bel Air Moving & Storage Co. Inc. in the 12200 block of Pulaski Highway are suspected of stealing an undisclosed sum of money by falsifying payroll records between Aug. 4, 1996 and Nov. 12, 1997. Police said one of the employees knowingly signed papers containing false payroll information for the other. No arrests had been made.

Parkville Precinct

Burglary: Someone entered a house in the 10000 block of Hillgreen Circle through a sliding glass door Wednesday and stole jewelry valued at more than $400.

Garrison Precinct

Burglary: A dishwasher and a range hood, all of unknown value, were stolen Wednesday from a house under construction in the 4300 block of Breeders Cup Circle in Randallstown.

Burglary/arrest: Police arrested a 31-year-old man who entered an apartment in the first block of Woodstream Court in Owings Mills on Wednesday night and stole a television after assaulting his former girlfriend, a resident of the apartment.

Woodlawn Precinct

Stolen car: A blue and white 1997 Chevrolet Caprice with tags 141548 was stolen Wednesday in the 6600 block of Security Blvd.

Burglary: Video games valued at more than $200 were stolen Wednesday from a house in the 3400 block of Carriage Hill Circle.

For the Record

Shooting suspect arrested: Michael Outen, 17, of the 3900 block of Pascal Ave. in Curtis Bay was arrested yesterday and charged as an adult in warrants with five counts of attempted murder in the shooting of five people, including a 9-year-old boy, outside a tavern in the 300 block of S. Calhoun St. Wednesday night. Outen was being held without bail at the Central Booking and Intake Center pending a bail review hearing. The shootings were sparked by an argument among several men.

Homicide suspect sought: Baltimore City police were seeking James Bernard Patterson, 30, whose last known address was the 500 block of S. Fulton Ave., who is charged in a warrant with first-degree murder in the shooting Sunday of an unidentified man in the 700 block of N. Denison St. Anyone with information of the suspect's whereabouts is urged to call the homicide squad at 410-396-2100.

Pub Date: 11/14/97

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