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

Police Blotter

January 29, 1998|By Richard Irwin

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

Northeastern District

Robbery/shooting: A deliveryman for Little Joe's Pizza in the 5400 block of Sinclair Lane was shot in the wrist during a robbery about 7 p.m. Tuesday in the 5400 block of Seward Ave. As the victim approached a house that turned out to be vacant, a gunman stepped from behind the structure and demanded the victim's money. After taking an undisclosed sum, the gunman shot the victim, who was treated at the Raymond Curtis Hand Center at Union Memorial Hospital.

Southern District

Robbery: Two men, one with a handgun, robbed a 16-year-old male of two gold rings and a pager, all valued at $170, about 4 p.m. Tuesday in the 4100 block of 8th St. in Brooklyn.

Theft: A man stole nearly $600 worth of state Lottery tickets from Shawn's Service Station in the 4100 block of Pennington Ave. in Curtis Bay yesterday.

Burglary: Someone entered a house in the 1600 block of Ceddox St. through a rear window Tuesday and stole a dishwasher valued at $600.

Western District

Burglary: Jewelry valued at nearly $1,000 was stolen from the bedroom of a house in the 2100 block of N. Fulton Ave. Tuesday by a man known to the victim.

Drug arrests: Police responding to a report of drug activity in the 900 block of N. Calhoun St. Tuesday arrested a man and seized at least 15 gelatin capsules containing suspected heroin. In an unrelated incident in the 1900 block of N. Monroe St. Tuesday, police spotted drug activity behind a car and arrested a man and seized nine gelatin capsules containing suspected cocaine.

Southwestern District

Robbery: A woman was in the 2900 block of Edmondson Ave. Tuesday when she was assaulted by a man who robbed her of $30.

Theft: Three bank deposit bags containing nearly $1,300 were stolen Monday from a safe at the U-Haul Co. Moving Center in the 2900 block of Washington Blvd.

Northwestern District

Burglary: Two TVs, microwave oven and a videocassette recorder were stolen Tuesday from a house in the 3700 block of Parkview Ave. by someone who entered through a kitchen window.

Burglary: A videocassette recorder, 19-inch TV and electronic games, all valued at more than $1,000, were stolen Tuesday from an apartment in the 4700 block of Wakefield Road by someone who entered through a door.

Stolen car: A 1993 silver-colored Acura Vigor with tags EEV 825 was stolen Tuesday in the 3600 block of Glengyle Ave.

Burglary: Thirty $25 U.S. savings bonds and $20 were stolen from a house in the 2700 block of N. Longwood St. Tuesday by someone who entered through a basement door.

Robbery: Two men, one with a shotgun, robbed the 7-Eleven store in the 5500 block of Park Heights Ave. of $25 about 8 p.m. Tuesday.

Armed robbery: A woman was in the 3500 block of Garrison Blvd. about 8 p.m. Tuesday when two men, one with a handgun, demanded her money. When the woman said she had none, the gunman was ordered to shoot her. Instead, one of the men snatched a cigarette from the woman's mouth and they fled.

Towson Precinct

Burglary: Someone entered an apartment in the first block of Fellowship Court through a sliding door Tuesday and stole more than $1,000.

Cockeysville Precinct

Burglary: Computer equipment valued at more than $3,000 was stolen Tuesday from Ritarius Construction Co. in the 300 block of W. Padonia Road.

Garrison Precinct

Burglary: Computer games and several game tapes were stolen Tuesday from a house in the 800 block of Brickston Road.

Stolen car: A 1990 Honda Acord with tags 882 AZJL was stolen Tuesday in the 6900 block of Jones View Drive.

Stolen car: A 1990 Plymouth Acclaim with tags YCT 392 was stolen in the 3100 block of Szold Drive Tuesday.

White Marsh Precinct

Burglary: Someone entered Town & Country Pontiac in the 4300 block of Ebenezer Road Tuesday and stole a silver-colored 1995 Nissan Altima with unknown Colorado tags.

Pub Date: 1/29/98

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