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

POLICE BLOTTER

May 23, 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: A man armed with a knife robbed Lamp-Book Ministry in the 2800 block of Hudson St. of more than $100 about 2 p.m. Monday. .

Theft from vehicle: A cellular phone valued at $100 was stolen Monday from a 1993 Toyota parked in the 2800 block of Jefferson St.

Northern District

Theft: Two bicycles with a combined value of more than $2,200 were stolen from the rear porch of a house in the 1400 block of Weldon Place between Thursday and Sunday.

Theft from vehicle: A video camera, back pack, stereo system and a boom-box radio -- all valued at more than $1,000 -- were stolen Monday from a 1994 Honda Civic parked in the 2600 block of St. Paul St.

Northwestern District

Robbery: A man, 19, was in the 3700 block of W. Belvedere Ave. on Monday night when a gunman robbed him of a cellular phone, jewelry and cash -- all valued at nearly $700.

Baltimore County

Garrison Precinct

Stolen vehicle: A blue 1997 Nissan Quest van with tags M049873 and equipped with an alarm was stolen several days ago from the park-and-ride lot at the Old Court Road Metro station.

Parkville Precinct

Theft/assault/arrest: A man allegedly stole toiletries and electronic games from CVS Pharmacy store in the 9300 block of Harford Road about 1:30 p.m. Monday and assaulted a female employee who followed him outside and attempted to detain him. The employee may have suffered a broken arm and was treated at an area hospital. Rudolph Brown Jr., 40, of the 5700 block of N. Charles St. in Baltimore was charged with theft, assault and related offenses.

Cockeysville Precinct

Burglary: A laptop computer valued at $2,000 was stolen during the weekend from Boxwood Technology Inc. in the 100 block of Cockeysville Road.--

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