Howard Co. Crime Report

HOWARD CRIME REPORT

March 08, 2000

The crime report is a sampling of crimes in Howard County compiled from police. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 410-313-3700.

East Columbia

Harbor Lane: 7200 block, Owen Brown. Someone broke into a home Feb. 28 and took money.

Tamar Drive: 8800 block, Long Reach. Would-be intruders tried to kick open a door March 1, but they did not get inside.

Diamondback Drive: 9300 block, Oakland Mills. Jewelry, a videocassette recorder and television were stolen March 1.

Kerry Hill Court: 7300 block, Owen Brown. Someone kicked open the front door of a home March 3. Nothing was taken.

Seneca Farm Road: 6600 block, Kings Contrivance. Someone cut a phone line to prevent an alarm from notifying the alarm company March 4. But the alarm continued to sound until the resident arrived home. Nothing was taken.

Lambskin Lane: 9100 block, Long Reach. Someone broke into a home through a basement window Saturday. Money and credit cards were taken.

West Columbia

Green Bough Court: 10600 block, Wilde Lake. A camera and jewelry were stolen from a home Feb. 29.

Dorsey Hall Drive: 4800 block, Dorsey's Search. Someone attempted to break into a home through the front door Friday. Nothing was taken.

Ellicott City/Elkridge

Fels Lane: 3600 block, Ellicott City. A 16-year-old was robbed of his wallet Friday. Police said the youth was in a car with some friends when one of them got out of the car, took out a gun and demanded the youth's money. The gunman fired a shot into the air and took the wallet. He drove away with three others, leaving the victim behind.

Euclid Ave.: 6300 block, Elkridge. Someone entered a house through a side door Saturday. Nothing was taken.

Western Howard

Mary Lee Lane: 8300 block, Scaggsville. Someone broke into a home Feb. 28 and spray-painted the walls and belongings.

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