Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

February 13, 2003|By RICHARD IRWIN

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

Baltimore City

Southern District

Theft from vehicle: A compact disc changer, baby clothing and a bulletin board - all valued at $1,320 - were stolen Tuesday from a 1998 Saab parked in the 1100 block of William St.

School burglary: Someone entered Arundel Elementary School in the 2400 block of Round Road overnight Monday and stole more than $200 worth of food, soup and trash bags.

Northeastern District

Theft from vehicles: Someone entered the lot at Foreign Motors in the 4700 block of Belair Road on Monday and removed two tires and wheels from two cars.

Southwestern District

School burglary: Intruders broke into Violetville Elementary School in the 1200 block of Pine Heights Ave. on Monday after, destroying a door, and ransacked several desks.

Southeastern District

Theft from vehicle: A cellular phone, 150 CDs, a camera and a shoulder bag - all valued at nearly $2,000 - were stolen over the weekend from a 2001 Nissan parked in the 100 block of Albemarle St.

Baltimore County

Garrison Precinct

Stolen vehicles: Three station wagons were stolen Tuesday in the 100 and 200 blocks of Golf Course Road. Taken were a blue 2003 Volvo with tags HJL 789, a blue 2001 Volvo with tags 044 BGP, and a gold 1999 Mercedes Benz E320 with tags FXK 170.

Burglary: Two dirt bikes, a moped, telephone charger and video games were stolen Tuesday from a garage in the first block of Huntersworth Court.

Essex Precinct

Burglary/arrests: Three women, ages 22 to 39, were arrested Tuesday and charged with entering a dwelling in the 4000 block of Rustico Road that day and assaulting three female occupants. The three were driving away when one of the victims broke the windshield of the car, and they stopped. Police responding to the incident arrested the three at the scene.

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