The crime report is a sampling of crimes in Howard...


November 14, 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

Sea Shadow: 9600 block, Kings Contrivance. Someone entered a garage Thursday and pried open an interior door to the residence. The master bedroom was ransacked, and a gold necklace and bracelet were taken.

Stevens Forest Road: 5900 block, Oakland Mills. A man was walking home from work at The Mall in Columbia on Nov. 6 when he was approached by five men and one woman. One of the men said, "Give me the money. I have a gun." The man then struck the victim on the head with a silver-colored handgun. The assailant took a wallet, which contained about $200, and he and the others fled.

West Columbia

Wild Turkey Lane: 5400 block, Wilde Lake. Someone gained access to a residence through a second-floor kitchen window Nov. 6. The intruder fled when the homeowner arrived. A juvenile male suspect later was apprehended near Harper House. He admitted to breaking into residences on Maywind Circle and Faulkner Ridge Circle.

Ellicott City/Elkridge

Chatham Road: 3600 block, Ellicott City. Someone entered First Evangelical Church Lutheran Church on Nov. 7 through an unlocked door and took a computer, postage stamps and a computer software compact disc.

Washington Blvd.: 7800 block, Ellicott City. Someone broke into the vehicle service area of a gas station Nov. 5 or 6 and stole $52, 13 cartons of cigarettes and tools.

Western Howard

Janney Court: 11000 block, Fulton. Someone entered a detached garage on the property Oct. 27 and stole tools.

Frederick Road: 16100 block, Lisbon. An employee was counting money from a cash register and had money in her hand when she heard the store door open Nov. 6. Someone grabbed money from the employee's hand and fled in an sport utility vehicle.

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