Police Blotter


December 26, 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: A 16-year-old girl was shot in the hand about 10:45 p.m. Wednesday in the 2300 block of Seamon Ave. in Cherry Hill. She was treated at Harbor Hospital.

Southwestern District

Shooting: Police were seeking a man who shot another man in the foot about 6 p.m. Wednesday in the 1600 block of N. Rosedale St. The victim, whose name was not released, was treated at St. Agnes HealthCare. Details were not available.

Central District

Theft from vehicle: A cellular phone valued at $100 was stolen Wednesday from the console of a 1996 Honda Civic parked in a multistory garage in the 600 block of N. Calvert St. There was no sign of forced entry.

Eastern District

Burglary: A fax machine and a cordless telephone were stolen Tuesday from Cost Cutters Restaurant Supply in the 1700 block of Llewelyn Ave. by someone who entered the property after climbing over a fence.

Southeastern District

Stolen vehicle: A green 1993 Ford Taurus station wagon with tags LGK 270 was stolen Tuesday in the 3400 block of Fleet St.

Burglary: Someone entered a house in the first block of S. Collington Ave. through a rear kitchen window Tuesday and stole DVDs valued at $1,000.

Burglary: A 60-inch television, a DVD player, a cassette player, a 19-inch TV and a portable heater -- all valued at $7,025 -- were stolen Monday from a house in the 600 block of N. Curley St. by someone who entered through a rear door.

Stolen vehicle: A 1996 Jeep Cherokee with tags APT 75A was stolen Tuesday in the 900 block of S. East Ave.

Theft from vehicle: A laptop computer was stolen Monday from a 2001 Ford parked in the 1000 block of S. Ellwood Ave.

Baltimore County

Essex Precinct

Theft/arrest: A man in his 20s was arrested Wednesday when he tried to leave Rite Aid in the 1000 block of Eastern Blvd. without paying for 30 pairs of leather gloves.

Burglary: A motorized scooter valued at $400 was stolen Wednesday from a shed in the first block of Clipper Road and was recovered later that day. No arrest was made.

White Marsh Precinct

Robbery: Police were seeking a man who robbed Sheer Glamour Beauty Salon in the 5600 block of Hazelwood Ave. of $80 about 6:45 p.m. Tuesday while brandishing a semiautomatic handgun.

Parkville Precinct

Burglary: Stereo equipment valued at $1,300 was stolen Tuesday from a car parked in the front yard of a house in the 9800 block of Fox Hill Road.

Robbery try: A boy, 15, was walking in the 2600 block of Putty Hill Ave. about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday when an older male armed with a handgun demanded money. When the boy said he had none, the gunman got into a car and drove off.

Burglary: Video games and their accessories -- all valued at $365 -- were stolen Tuesday from a house in the 2800 block of Glendale Road.

Robbery: A gunman robbed a High's store in the 7400 block of Belair Road of less than $100 and $36 worth of cigarettes about 10 p.m. Tuesday.

Franklin Precinct

Burglary: More than $300 in jewelry and cash were stolen Tuesday from a house in the 4400 block of Silver Brook Lane. A pillowcase also was stolen -- apparently to carry the loot.

Stolen vehicle: A 1990 Chrysler LeBaron with tags AXH 007 was stolen Tuesday in the 100 block of Ridgelawn Road.

Woodlawn Precinct

Burglary: A woman was in the kitchen of her home in the 1900 block of Richglen Drive about 9:30 p.m. Tuesday when she heard the sound of breaking glass. Entering the living room, she saw a man fleeing through a sliding glass door with property from the living room. Stolen were video games, a purse and a book bag.

Wilkens Precinct

Burglary: On Dec. 19, someone broke into an apartment in the 100 block of Silerton Road through the front door and stole $400, video games, stereo equipment, a watch, knives and pens, all valued at $1,600. The intruder also slashed the occupant's living room couch. The burglary was reported Tuesday.

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