Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

November 12, 2003|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore City

Southern District

Shooting: Wayne Vernon White, 35, was shot in his right elbow shortly before midnight Monday when he stopped his car for a traffic signal in the 1800 block of Cherry Hill Road. A passenger drove him to Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

Central District

Robbery: A woman, 44, was walking in the 800 block of Whitelock St. on Monday evening when a man asked her for the time. Before she could respond, the man took her purse.

Southeastern District

Robbery: Two men attacked another man, 48, in the 1700 block of Gough St. about 11 p.m. Monday and robbed him of $40.

Northern District

Burglary: Several pieces of jewelry and a videocassette recorder - all valued at $6,050 - were stolen Monday from a house in the 6000 block of Roland Ave.

Robbery: Two men, one with a knife, robbed Kenneth Jones, 24, of $8, a cell phone and bus pass about 12:05 a.m. Monday in the 900 block of Woodbourne Ave.

Northeastern District

Burglary: Several tools of unknown value were stolen Monday from a house in the 3100 block of Rueckert Ave.

Baltimore County

Essex Precinct

Burglary: Clothing, stereo speakers, jewelry, cash, DVDs, video games and a paintball gun were stolen Monday from a house in the 600 block of Carrollwood Road. The loss was estimated at $6,080.

White Marsh Precinct

Robbery: A woman, 38, was walking in the 6400 block of Petrie Way about 6 p.m. Monday when a man stole her purse containing more than $200.

Wilkens Precinct

Burglary: Someone entered Musselman Dodge in the 5700 block of Baltimore National Pike during the weekend and removed an amplifier, compact discs, a CD changer, speakers, a laptop computer and a 7-inch television from a 1999 Dodge Durango. The items were valued at $6,000.

Woodlawn Precinct

Robbery: A gunman robbed the Game Shop in the 5700 block of Baltimore National Pike of three video games about noon Monday. They were valued at $540.

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