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


May 14, 2001|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore City

Southeastern District

Robbery/stabbing: A man, 31, was walking in the 2900 block of McElderry St. about midnight Friday when he was attacked by several men, one of whom was armed with a knife. The victim was robbed of more than $100 and a pager and stabbed in the upper left arm. He was reported in stable condition yesterday at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Northwestern District

Handgun stolen: A Smith & Wesson .38-caliber revolver with a 2-inch-long barrel, and bearing serial number 68J881, was stolen Thursday from a 1992 Buick parked at Reisterstown Road Plaza shopping mall in the 6500 block of Reisterstown Road. Police said the owner had a handgun permit.

Burglary: Several compact discs and wrestling videos - all valued at more than $200 - were stolen Friday from a house in the 4000 block of Hayward Ave. The thief entered through a basement door after breaking its window.

Theft from vehicle: Power tools and a high-pressure spraying machine - all valued at about $3,000 - were stolen Friday from a Chevrolet Express van parked in the 2400 block of Elsinore Ave.

Robbery: A woman, 38, was in the 2600 block of Liberty Heights Ave. on Friday when a man stole her purse containing $40, a cellular phone and other property - all valued at more than $300.

Stolen vehicle: A green 1993 Jeep Cherokee with tags M318084 was stolen Saturday in the 4700 block of Wakefield Road.

Burglary: Someone broke a window to enter an apartment in the 2600 block of Garrison Blvd. on Friday and stole a videocassette recorder valued at $400.

Stolen vehicle: A green 1992 Dodge Dynasty with tags M441984 was stolen Saturday in the 3200 block of Ferndale Ave.

Stolen car: A gold-colored 1992 Dodge with tags JMX 809 was stolen in the 2900 block of Allendale Road overnight Friday.

Theft: Someone entered a house in the 5300 block of Wabash Ave. during the weekend and stole two television sets - all valued at $130.

Stolen vehicle: A burgundy 1993 Lincoln Mark VIII with tags WHL 404 was stolen Friday in the 4100 block of Springdale Ave.

Stolen vehicle: A gray-and-green four-door 1994 Chevrolet Caprice with tags FPX 858 was stolen during the weekend in the 5500 block of Gwynn Oak Ave.

Theft from vehicle: A cellular phone and other property - all valued at $300 - were stolen during the weekend from a Toyota pickup truck parked in the 4900 block of Liberty Heights Ave. The owner was getting a haircut nearby.

Southwestern District

Aggravated assault: A woman, 42, was seated in a 1989 Ford Escort parked in the 1600 block of N. Rosedale St. about 5:20 p.m. Saturday when a man threw an auto jack stand through one of the vehicle's windows, causing lacerations to one of her hands. He fled. She was treated at the scene by the crew of a Fire Department ambulance. No arrest had been made and police knew of no motive for the incident.

Baltimore County

Parkville Precinct

Burglary/arrests: Police arrested four teen-age males on Saturday and charged each as juveniles with breaking into Parkville Senior High School in the 2600 block of Putty Hill Ave. and stealing food from the cafeteria. Police were near the school about 5 p.m. Saturday when they noticed the youths - ages 14, 15, 16 and 17 - standing outside the cafeteria door and eating snacks. An investigation revealed the youths entered the cafeteria through an unlocked door and stole the snacks. All were released in to the custody of their parents, pending action by juvenile authorities.

Burglary: A gas-operated grass trimmer, valued at $100, was stolen overnight Friday from a shed in the 9500 block of Dundawan Road.

Garrison Precinct

Burglary: Several pieces of jewelry - all valued at nearly $2,000 - were stolen Saturday from a house in the 8200 block of Pumpkin Seed Court. The thief entered through a window after cutting a screen.

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