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

Police Blotter

July 14, 1999|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore City

Central District

Theft: Musical equipment and two briefcases, all valued at more than $2,000, were stolen Monday from a 1992 Ford van parked in the 1200 block of St. Paul St.

Theft: Seven packs of diapers and four compact discs, all valued at $82, were removed Monday from a 1998 Isuzu Trooper parked in the 100 block of W. Lombard St.

Theft: Someone entered a car parked in the first block of E. Pleasant St. on Monday and stole a stereo radio, two cellular phones and three cassette tapes, all valued at $660.

Southern District

Burglary: A leather coat, cowboy boots and an electric guitar amplifier, all valued at more than $500, were removed from a house in the 500 block of Baltic Ave. on Monday.

Burglary: Cleaning supplies valued at $215 were stolen from Paul's Place, an outreach center in the 1100 block of Ward St., Sunday by someone who entered through a rear door.

Burglary: Someone entered J. C. Contractors in the 3300 block of English Consul Ave. through a rear window Monday and stole two digital radios, three radio batteries and two battery chargers, all valued at $1,365.

Eastern District

Shooting: A man, 28, was in the 1800 block of E. Lafayette Ave. about 4 p.m. Sunday when he heard gunshots and felt a pain in his right arm. The man was treated at Johns Hopkins Hospital for a bullet wound.

Arrests: A man alleged to have been the target of a gunshot early Monday in the 2500 block of E. Preston St. was arrested and charged with assaulting Officer Kurt Nagl as the policeman held the suspected gunman. Joseph Miller, 18, of the 2700 block of Tivoly Ave. was charged with assault with a deadly weapon in the shooting incident, while Ronald Boyd, 33, of the 6000 block of Framingham Road in Baltimore County, was charged with assaulting Miller and Nagl.

Burglary: Someone entered a house in the 900 block of N. Wolfe St. on Monday by removing a window air conditioner and stole a cordless telephone, two videocassette recorders, a television and cable box and a cassette deck, all valued at more than $1,200.

Southwestern District

Burglary: A police scanner and a portable compact disc player were stolen from a house in the 400 block of Hazlette Ave. on Monday by someone who entered through a first-floor window.

Theft: A 22-inch mountain bicycle valued at more than $200, the property of an employee of Carrie Murray Education Center in Leakin Park, was stolen Monday outside the center's main building.

Theft: After a man was told no jobs were available at Definitive Engraving in the 2900 block of Stafford St. on Monday, he stole a cellular phone valued at more than $100 on his way out of the office.

Theft: A 17-inch computer monitor and other computer equipment, all valued at nearly $1,200, were stolen from the computer lab at RETS in the 1500 block of Caton Ave. between June 26 and July 12.

Theft from truck: While a delivery man from Lance Inc. was in a service station in the 1800 block of Bloomingdale Road about noon Monday, someone entered his truck and stole 22 cases of snacks.

Baltimore County

North Point Precinct

Arrest: A male, 17, was arrested Monday night in an alley near Rockbourne and Church roads and charged as a juvenile with illegal possession of a 9 mm semiautomatic handgun.

Towson Precinct

Burglary/arrest: Police responding to a burglar alarm at Haile's Seafood in the 1800 block of Taylor Ave. about 3 a.m. Monday arrested a man on the parking lot and charged him with entering the business and stealing three containers of crab meat from a freezer. The crab meat was recovered. Charged with burglary and petty theft was David Warner, 42, of the 1300 block of Kenton Road.

Burglary: Someone entered the rear yard of a house in the 1600 block of Naturo Road during the weekend and stole a bicycle stored under the porch. The incident was reported Monday.

Pub Date: 7/14/99

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