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

Police Blotter

May 05, 2000|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore City

Northeastern District

Shooting: Kaboya Brown, 20, of the 3400 block of Belair Road was shot in the chest about 5: 45 p.m. Wednesday in a house in the 4200 block of Seidel Ave. He was in critical condition yesterday at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The shooting was the result of a previous dispute. A suspect is being sought.

Western District

Rape/arrest: After several people left a party, a woman, 25, was raped Wednesday by a man, 29, in a house in the 200 block of N. Amity St. The man was arrested at the house, charged with rape and processed at Central Booking and Intake Center. The victim was treated at Mercy Medical Center.

Central District

Theft/arrest: A man tried to leave Paul Harris Shoes in the Gallery at Harborplace in the 200 block of E. Pratt St. Wednesday without paying for 21 shirts valued at $639. Michael Sweeney Jr., 25, of the 1400 block of Reynolds St. was charged with theft.

Eastern District

Robbery: A gunman robbed Shoe City in the 2200 block of E. Monument St. of an undisclosed sum of money about 2: 30 p.m. Wednesday. He also stole a pair of shoes valued at $84 and at least one pair of socks.

Baltimore County

Parkville Precinct

Theft/arrest: A man tried to purchase a computer valued at $1,800 at Office Depot in the 1900 block of E. Joppa Road about 9 a.m. Wednesday but his credit card was refused. He then assaulted two female clerks, grabbed the computer and ran from the store. Before he could drive off, he was stopped by employees and customers and held for police. Courtney Jerome Wood, 36, of the 6600 block of Wycombe Way was charged with two counts of assault, robbery, grand theft and auto theft.

Woodlawn Precinct

Robbery: A boy, 12, was in the 1100 block of Ingleside Ave. about 3 p.m. Wednesday when three older youths struck him with a stick and robbed him of cash and jewelry, all valued at more than $300.

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