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

Police Blotter

March 21, 2001|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore City

Southeastern District

Flim-flam: A woman posing as a Provident Bank employee bilked an elderly East Baltimore couple out of about $2,000 Monday by convincing them that money they had withdrawn that day from the Eastpoint Mall branch might have been counterfeit. The woman gave the couple a receipt for the money and promised to return it that night. When she failed to show up, the couple called police.

Southwestern District

Drug arrests: Southwestern, Western and Northwestern drug enforcement unit officers posed as dealers Friday at Poplar Grove Street and Westwood Avenue and arrested 25 people who tried to buy narcotics. Five others were charged with hindering and two with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. Officers seized seven vehicles, $1,423 and at least eight small plastic bags of cocaine. Three suspects were from area counties and one from West Virginia.

Central District

Drug arrest: District drug enforcement unit officers were in the 500 block of Baker St. when they observed a man allegedly selling cocaine Monday. Officers arrested the man and seized 19 vials of cocaine and $25. Calvin Taylor, 31, of the 800 block of Brooks Lane was charged with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and resisting arrest.

Eastern District

Robbery: Two teen-age boys knocked a boy, 9, off his 20-inch bicycle Monday in the 2600 block of E. Biddle St. and stole it.

Baltimore County

Parkville Precinct

Burglary: A bench valued at more than $600 was stolen between Thursday and Monday from a house in the 12800 block of Manor Road.

Wilkens Precinct

Theft: Stereo equipment and tools were stolen from a Ford sedan parked Monday at Varsity Auto in the 5600 block of Old Frederick Road.

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