Howard Crime Report


November 12, 2003

The crime report is a sampling of crimes in Howard County compiled from police. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 410-313-3700.

East Columbia

Billow Row: 9000 block, Long Reach. A homeowner observed an intruder in a vehicle in a garage Friday. Police arrested a juvenile.

Summer Cloud Way: 6400 block, Long Reach. A resident saw someone enter her open garage and go through her vehicle Nov. 3. The intruder fled when confronted by the resident, but a police dog tracked an individual and an officer arrested a juvenile.

West Columbia

Little Patuxent Parkway: 11000 block, Hickory Ridge. Police responding to an alarm at Feldman's Pharmacy found the front glass door smashed Thursday night. Someone entered the pharmacy and took cash from the register.

Little Patuxent Parkway: 10300 block. A man wearing only underwear stopped a woman in the parking lot of The Mall in Columbia and asked for directions Thursday afternoon. The man may have been driving a forest-green Toyota Camry.

Cedar Lane/Little Patuxent Parkway: Harper's Choice. About 10 people assaulted a man as he was walking and took a backpack containing clothes and money Friday night. One of the assailants had a black T-shirt pulled over his nose and mouth and wore a black hat. The attackers left the area in a blue van and a white car.

Ellicott City/Elkridge

Washington Blvd.: 7500 block, Elkridge. A man wearing a mask approached another man while he was walking and took his wallet Thursday night. The thief fled north on Washington Blvd. in an older-model Buick with tinted windows.

Eagles Mere Court: 2800 block, Ellicott City. Someone entered a home, possibly through an unlocked garage door, and stole a television and a digital video disc player Friday afternoon.

N. Laurel/Savage/Jessup

Glen Court: 8200 block, Jessup. A woman noticed her rear sliding door open and her purse and vehicle keys missing between Tuesday night and the morning of Nov. 5. Her 1988 Ford Bronco was stolen.

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