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

Police Blotter

October 19, 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, 46, was walking in the 300 block of S. Patterson Park Ave. about 12:30 a.m. Wednesday when a gunman robbed him of his wallet containing $80.

Robbery: A gunman robbed Fleet Street Shell in the 600 block of S. Luzerne Ave. of an undisclosed sum of money about 3 p.m. Wednesday.

Burglary: Two videocassette recorders, a stereo receiver and several enamel pins of birds, animals and flowers - all valued at nearly $1,500 - were stolen Wednesday from Clock Doctor in the 6400 block of Holabird Ave.

Southern District

Theft: Forty dollars in coins and currency and a large amount of candy and snacks were stolen between Oct. 10 and Wednesday from a vending machine at AFSCME Credit Union of Maryland in the 1400 block of Bush St.

Eastern District

Burglary: An antique fireplace mantel and a red oak chair - valued together at more than $2,000 - were stolen Wednesday from a house in the 2400 block of E. Federal St.

Baltimore County

White Marsh Precinct

Robberies/arrests: A woman was walking in the 4700 block of Mawani Road about 2 p.m. Tuesday when two men got out of a gold-colored 1994 Acura and stole her purse containing cash and property - all valued at $70. About an hour later at an undisclosed location in Baltimore, the same men robbed a second woman. Minutes later, city police arrested two men, ages 32 and 39.

Essex Precinct

Burglary/arrests: Two Essex men were arrested Tuesday and charged with burglary and first-degree assault after they allegedly broke into a house in the 800 block of Wilson Point Road and threatened a male occupant with a shotgun. Held in lieu of bail were Adam Thomas, 21, of the 1200 block of Tupelo Place, and Mark Nocar, 18, of the first block of Dogwood Road.

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