Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes from police...


March 09, 2001|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore City

Eastern District

Rape/shooting/arrest: A man was shot in the left leg about noon Tuesday after allegedly raping a woman in her East Baltimore home. After she was assaulted, the woman got a .22-caliber revolver from her bedroom and shot her assailant as he advanced toward her, police said. David Booth, 33, of the 2200 block of E. Fayette St. was treated at Johns Hopkins Hospital and released, and then arrested and charged with rape. No charges were placed against the woman.

Central District

Drug arrests: District drug enforcement unit officers observed two women allegedly involved in drug activity Wednesday in the 600 block of W. Lafayette Ave. and arrested them and seized seven vials of cocaine. Theresa Moody, 35, of the 1200 block of McCulloh St. was charged with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. Dara King, 40, of the 1000 block of W. Fayette St. was charged with simple possession of cocaine.

Baltimore County

Garrison Precinct

Burglary/arrests: Three students at Villa Julie College in Stevenson were arrested early Wednesday and charged with fourth-degree burglary, theft and destruction of property. Officer William McGladrie was driving near the Commercentre in the 1700 block of Reisterstown Road about 3 a.m. when he spotted three men outside Tom James Clothing. McGladrie investigated and learned that a beer keg had been removed from the rear loading dock of nearby Ruth's Chris Steak House and thrown through the clothing store window. Eric M. Hiob, 18, of the 700 block of High Plain Drive in Bel Air, and Benjamin Curry, 19, of the first block of Wooded Way in Pikesville, were each being held on a $15,000 bond. Erick Miller, 20, of the 500 block of Chalet West, Millersville, Anne Arundel County, was held on a $3,500 bond.

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