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

HOWARD CRIME REPORT

March 07, 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

Little Patuxent Parkway: 10300 block, Town Center. Someone was walking to the bank in the mall Sunday when she was attacked and robbed.

Little Patuxent Parkway: 10300 block, Town Center. Someone attempted to pry the locks off a door Feb. 12.

Talisman Lane: 7100 block, Owen Brown. Someone kicked in the front door to a home Saturday.

Ellicott City

Red Branch Road: 9100 block. Someone stole items Feb. 27 from the Athelas Institute.

Old Waterloo Road: 6700-6800 blocks. Five vacant apartments were broken into Feb. 12, and a microwave oven was stolen.

Mount Ida Drive: 3600 block. A resident came home Feb. 12 and found the front door open.

Columbia Road: 5000 block. Someone pried open the sliding door to a townhouse March 1 and stole coins, cameras and jewelry.

Old Frederick Road: 17300 block. Someone attempted to break into a home Saturday by kicking in the rear door.

North Laurel/Jessup

Sandy Court: 8200 block, North Laurel. The Savage Volunteer Fire Company responded to a call at Aspen Systems Inc. on Sunday. The Fire Department determined that the fire was caused by arson. Loss was estimated at $100,000.

Pirch Way: 6700 block, Jessup. Someone broke a window Feb. 27 in the front door of a vacant mobile home.

Elkridge

Bonnie View Lane: 5800 block. A woman and man were approached by three people on a parking lot about 11:30 p.m. Friday, and one assailant cut the man's face with a knife. After a second assailant struck the man with a handgun, the three ran away. A police officer saw a 1997 green Chevrolet Cavalier speeding south on U.S. 1. The officer chased the car, stopped the driver on Elko Drive and arrested the three people in the car, one of whom is a juvenile. Police identified the other two as Clarence Huber Allen, 34, and Gregory Imes, 20, both of Columbia

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