Police Blotter

April 18, 2003|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore City

Southwestern District

Arrest: Quentin Riddick, 21, was arrested Wednesday in the 600 block of Edgewood St. by members of the Warrant Apprehension Task Force on a warrant charging him with attempted murder. He is accused of shooting Joseph Williams, 46, of the 4300 block of Springdale Ave., on April 8 in the 4500 block of Edmondson Ave.

Burglary: A computer and printer were stolen Wednesday from an apartment in the 700 block of Nottingham Road by someone who entered through a window.

Northern District

Shooting: Shontee Vonzella Douglas, 25, was in critical condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital after she was shot four times in the upper torso about 12:15 a.m. yesterday while standing in the 2700 block of Greenmount Ave. No arrest had been made and a motive was unknown.

Northeastern District

Burglary: Auto parts valued at $7,640 were stolen Tuesday from a 1987 Ford van parked at Baltimore Sedan Service in the 4900 block of Belair road.

Southeastern District

Burglary: A camera and a DVD player -- all valued at $700 - were stolen Wednesday from a house in the 3000 block of McKay Court.

Baltimore County

Wilkens Precinct

Robbery: A 72-year-old official of Tree of Life Bible Church in the 500 block of N. Schroeder St. in West Baltimore was robbed of more than $1,000 and several pieces of jewelry by two unarmed men about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday after they entered his car in the 100 block of Wesley Ave. when he stopped to ask them for directions.

Essex Precinct

School burglary/arrests: Four boys ages 9 to 12 were arrested about 2 a.m. Wednesday inside Orems Elementary School in the 700 block of High Villa Road by police and a K-9 unit.

Garrison Precinct

Stolen vehicle: A gray 1995 Nissan Pathfinder with Delaware tags PC179219 was stolen Wednesday in the 4600 block of Embassy Circle.

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