The crime report is a sampling of crimes in Howard...

HOWARD CRIME REPORT

January 03, 2001

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

Goose Landing Court: 8800 block, Oakland Mills. The door to a home was forced open Dec. 27, and jewelry was stolen.

Wind Rider Way: 6300 block, Long Reach. A resident returned home Dec. 25 and noticed that a lawnmower, videocasette recorder, skis and bikes were missing.

Dobbin Road: 6500 block, Owen Brown. Computer Training Institute was broken into Dec. 23, and computers were stolen.

Gerwig Lane: 9300 block, Owen Brown. Marketing Partners was broken into Dec. 21, and computers were stolen.

West Columbia

Aver Court: 5100 block, Wilde Lake. An attempted burglary was thwarted at a home Dec. 22 after an alarm sounded.

White Cord Way: 12000 block, Harper's Choice. Two bicycles were stolen from a home Dec. 18. Entry was made through an unlocked door.

Ellicott City

Ellicott View Road: 8500 block. A home was broken into Dec. 25 and ransacked. Money and credit cards were stolen.

Ellicott Mills Road/Mount Ida Drive: Four people accosted a man as he walked down Main Street Dec. 22 and stole his wallet.

Columbia Road: 5200 block. A maintenance shed at Fairway Hills Golf Course was broken into Dec. 17. A golf cart was stolen.

North Laurel/Savage

All Saints Road: 9100 block, North Laurel. Someone entered a High's store Dec. 27, displayed a handgun, demanded money from the register, took the money and fled.

Guilford Road: 8600 block, Savage. A brick was thrown through the window of Bagel Bin on Dec. 25. Cash drawers were stolen.

Autumn Way: 8300 block, Savage. A woman returned home Dec. 19 and found a guitar and antique coins missing.

Rivers View Court: 7100 block, North Laurel. The door to a home was kicked in Dec. 16, and jewelry and electronics equipment were stolen.

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