Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

August 05, 2004|By RICHARD IRWIN

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

Baltimore City

Western District

Shooting/arrests: A 17-year-old boy was standing in the 2300 block of Druid Hill Ave. about 12:15 a.m. Tuesday when a gunman in a parked Lexus shot him in the left leg. While the victim lay on the pavement, the gunman stepped out and fired two more shots, missing him. The gunman and another man left in the car, which was stopped moments later by Officer Jerry Clinton on Mosher Street. Arrested and charged with attempted murder was Warren Lee, 27, of the 1900 block of Division St. His brother, David Ellis, 20, of the same address, was charged as an accessory. The victim was reported in good condition at Sinai Hospital.

Southern District

Arrest: Wayne Burgess was arrested Tuesday at his Randallstown home in the 8600 block of Gray Fox Road on a warrant. He is charged with attempted murder in the shooting July 18 of Glen Greenwood, 34, in the 2100 block of W. Patapsco Ave.

Baltimore County

Woodlawn Precinct

Shooting/arrest: A man and woman were arguing in the 5500 block Baltimore National Pike about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday when the woman fired two shots that did not hit him. She was later arrested at her home in the 6900 block of Fieldcrest Road. Charged with attempted murder was Anna Thomas, 23.

White Marsh Precinct

Drug arrest: Searching a motorist arrested Tuesday at Philadelphia Road and Summit Avenue on a driving under the influence charge, Officer Chris Kelly reported finding marijuana in a cigarette lighter. Charged with possession of the illegal weed was Ryan M. Crawford, 24, of the 13000 block of Mantua Mill Road.

Essex Precinct

Theft: Between July 3 and Tuesday, the emergency lights, a siren and emblems were stolen from an unused fire engine parked outside Engine Company 54 in the 12400 block of Eastern Ave.

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