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

Howard Blotter

December 09, 1997

Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes in Howard County.

Ellicott City: 9200 block of Baltimore National Pike: Someone put a knife to the neck of the manager of a Wendy's restaurant and forced the employees into a freezer before stealing an unknown amount of money about 10 p.m. Friday.

Ellicott City: 8300 block of Governor's Run: Someone stole a Jacuzzi from a house under construction between Nov. 30 and Friday.

Elkridge: 6600 Deep Run Parkway: Someone entered a home through a rear door and took $300 from a dresser drawer between Thursday and Friday.

Oakland Mills: 5500 block of Twin Knolls Drive: Someone entered George Vaeth and Associates and took computer equipment Friday night or Saturday morning.

Oakland Mills: 9500 block of Standon Place: Someone entered a house through an unlocked door and took CD-ROM games and martial arts weapons Friday.

Kings Contrivance: 9400 block of Hundred Drums Row: Someone, who stole a set of keys from an unlocked car Nov. 29, returned Thursday or Friday and took the 1992 Mazda from a locked garage.

Harper's Choice: 11700 block of Morningmist Lane: Someone stole a bicycle from a garage between Nov. 30 and Saturday.

Harper's Choice: 12000 block of Little Patuxent Parkway: Someone knocked down a woman as she entered an apartment complex and snatched her purse about 10 p.m. Friday.

Savage: 8900 block of Oakwood Way: Someone stole a 1994 Dodge Caravan, Maryland tag 646360M, between 9 a.m. and 2: 50 p.m. Sunday.

North Laurel: 9000 of North Laurel Road: Someone entered a house through an unlocked front window and stole property while occupants were sleeping early Friday.

Mount Airy: 400 block of West Watersville Road: Someone entered a house through a basement door and stole loaded guns, tools, two money trees, flannel sheets, shampoo and conditioner, curtains and a ceramic hot plate between Wednesday and Friday.

Pub Date: 12/10/97

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