Howard County Crime Report


October 04, 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

Cloudleap Court: 8700 block, Long Reach. A pizza delivery driver was confronted by two men while leaving the store Sunday. One man displayed a handgun, and the pair took the driver's wallet.

Flowerstock Row: 8800 block, Long Reach. Someone took a man's wallet after he pulled it out Sept. 27. The thief fled in a sport utility vehicle.

High Tor Hill: 5500 block, Long Reach. Someone entered an open garage and took a bicycle Sept. 27. A juvenile suspect has been charged.

Thunderhill Road: Two 14-year-old boys reported being robbed by five youths who appeared to be 15 or 16 years old. The youths in the group lifted their sweatshirts over their faces to hinder identification; two displayed handguns and took the wallet of one of the 14-year-olds.

West Columbia

Faulkner Ridge Road: 10500 block, Wilde Lake. Someone broke a rear window to an office Sept. 25 or 26 and stole two Motorola radios.

Turnabout Lane: 5900 block, Harper's Choice. A woman reported being harassed by a former inmate Sunday. The former inmate took her purse and Bible, but the property was recovered.

Ellicott City/Elkridge

Frederick Road: 9000 block, Ellicott City. Someone entered a store Sept. 28 and displayed a handgun. He fled on foot after taking the store's cash and cigarettes. He also robbed the clerk of his personal cash.

Washington Blvd.: 6600 block, Elkridge. A man broke into a residence and did extensive damage to its interior Sept. 26. He gained entry by pulling a chair in front of an unlocked window and climbing in. Police arrested William Perry Hutchinson, 49.

N. Laurel/Savage/Jessup

North Laurel Road: 9075 block, North Laurel. A resident came home to discover the front door had been kicked in between Sept. 26 and 28. It was not known whether anything was taken.

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