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

POLICE BLOTTER

April 19, 2002|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore City

Eastern District

Shooting: A man was walking toward his car parked in the 900 block of N. Bond St. about 3:45 p.m. Wednesday when he heard gunshots and felt pain in his right arm. He was treated for a bullet wound and released from Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Southeastern District

Theft: Someone broke into seven trucks parked on the property of Apollo Trucking in the 4300 block of Eastern Ave. between Monday night and Tuesday morning and removed tools valued at nearly $150.

Western District

Stolen car: While the owner of a silver-colored 1996 Mitsubishi Mirage was buying liquor in a bar at Reisterstown Road and Fulton Avenue about 4 p.m. Tuesday, a woman, 18, who remained in the vehicle drove it away. It has tags FYL 346.

Southern District

Robbery: An employee was assaulted Wednesday afternoon when he tried to stop a man from leaving the Everything-A-Dollar store in the 2000 block of W. Pratt St. without paying for $5 worth of soap he had taken from a shelf. The man, 32, was arrested and charged with robbery and assault.

Baltimore County

Towson Precinct

Burglary: While a female resident of the 1000 block of Overcrest Road was working in her garden Tuesday morning, someone entered her home through a side door and removed $15,000 worth of antique jewelry from the bedroom.

Essex Precinct

Domestic violence: A couple was arguing in their home in the 3000 block of Miller Ave. when the man, 44, is accused of assaulting and choking the woman Wednesday morning. The woman, 29, was not seriously injured. The man was arrested at the scene and charged with attempted murder and assault.

Burglary: Thirty DVD movies, a phone and more than $100 were stolen Wednesday from a dwelling at East Roc Apartments in the 4100 block of Nerbay Road while the occupant slept.

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