Police Blotter


September 05, 2002|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore City

Western District

Arrests: Two men were arrested Monday afternoon by officers in the city's environmental crimes unit, moments after allegedly dumping bricks, steel pipes, scrap iron and roofing supplies in the 700 block of N. Mount St., rather than in a nearby refuse bin. Police said the pile of debris was 5 feet high and 15 feet wide. Charged with illegal dumping were Walter Gayden, 31, of the 700 block of E. 37th St. and Walter Gerald Waters, 34, of the 4200 block of Loch Raven Blvd.

Southeastern District

Theft: Two ladders with a combined value of $450 were stolen Monday from a truck parked in the 400 block of Gusryan St.

Eastern District

Theft from vehicle: A laptop computer and a cellular phone were stolen Tuesday from a 2001 Nissan parked in the 500 block of E. Eager St. The items were valued at $2,500.

Southwestern District

Assault: A man, 55, was walking in the 600 block of N. Franklintown Road about 4 a.m. Tuesday when he was attacked by three younger men who beat him on the body and struck him on the head with wood. The victim fled and was treated at a friend's house by paramedics.

Baltimore County

Woodlawn Precinct

Rape/arrests: Two students at the Woodstock Job Corps in the 10900 block of Old Court Road were arrested Monday and charged with raping a 19-year- old female student in a building on the grounds that day.

White Marsh Precinct

Robbery: A gunman robbed the Sunoco station in the 8700 block of Pulaski Highway of an undisclosed sum of money about 8:20 p.m. Monday.

Garrison Precinct

Burglary: Appliances and clothing were stolen between Aug. 30 and Tuesday from a locker at Reisterstown Mini Storage in the 10600 block of Reisterstown Road.

Parkville Precinct

Burglary: A Honda generator valued at $1,000 was stolen Aug. 31 from a garage in the 13000 block of Long Green Pike.

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