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

Police Blotter

June 10, 1999|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore City

Northern District

Theft: A man, 35, was arrested Tuesday when he tried to leave a Food King supermarket in the 5300 block of York Road without paying for soap products.

Baltimore County

Garrison Precinct

Burglary/arrests: A television valued at $100 was stolen from Elmo's Television in the 15300 block of Hanover Pike about 10 p.m. Tuesday. Police responding to the burglary saw two men near the store and arrested them. A television believed to be taken from the business was recovered nearby. Edward Scott Hanson, 29, of the 4100 block of London Bridge Road in Eldersburg, Carroll County, and Edward N. Goering, 42, of the 500 block of Sunbrook Road in Reisterstown were each charged with burglary.

Murder try: A man, 25, was about to enter his apartment in the first block of Tyler Falls Court about 2: 25 a.m. Tuesday when three men, one with a handgun, ordered him onto the ground. Instead, the man fled and was shot at by the gunman. Police said the victim, who was not wounded, then pulled a handgun and returned fire, causing the three men to flee. They drove away in a red pickup truck.

Burglary: Office supplies of unknown value were stolen from Valley Title in the first block of Painters Mill Road overnight Monday. The thief came in through a side door that had been tampered with before the business closed Monday night.

Robbery: Two men, one with a large caliber handgun, robbed a man, 36, of his wallet and $100 about 1 p.m. Tuesday in the 3700 block of Rolling Road.

Stolen car: A white 1995 Chevrolet van with tags 49C894 was stolen Tuesday in the 11400 block of Cronhill Drive.

North Point Precinct

Burglary: Three bicycles, a lawn mower and meat products stored in a freezer, all valued at more than $900, were stolen Tuesday from a shed in the 7700 block of Baltimore St.

Pub Date: 6/10/99

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