Police Blotter


April 14, 2005|By RICHARD IRWIN

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

Baltimore City

Northern District

Stabbing: Two teenage boys were arguing on a No. 22 MTA bus about 5:30 p.m. yesterday on West 41st Street near Roland Avenue when one pulled a knife and stabbed the other at least four times. The assailant, 14, was arrested at the scene by Maryland Transit Administration and city police after the driver reported the incident to a dispatcher, said Richard Scher, an MTA spokesman. The victim, 18, was taken by ambulance to Johns Hopkins Hospital with wounds that were not considered life-threatening.

Assault: Several men were shooting dice in the 500 block of Beaumont Ave. on Monday night when one pulled a handgun and fired several shots at another man. No one was hit, but a bullet shattered a window of a nearby house, spraying glass on the occupant, who was treated for cuts at Sinai Hospital.

Southwestern District

Drug arrest: An East Baltimore man stopped Monday by a Maryland Transportation Authority Police officer for speeding on Interstate 95 near Caton Avenue also was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and possession of marijuana, Ecstasy pills and drug paraphernalia. Held at Central Booking and Intake Center was Patrick C. Vance, 44, of the 900 block of S. East Ave.

Baltimore County

North Point Precinct

Theft: Police were seeking a man who stole two diamond rings from a display at Zales Jewelers in the 7800 block of Eastern Ave. on Tuesday afternoon. The rings were valued at $8,860.

Franklin Precinct

Stolen vehicle: A gold-colored 2000 Pontiac Grand Am with tags KGR 062 was stolen Tuesday in the first block of Strawhat Road.

White Marsh Precinct

Burglary: Electronics valued at $3,000 where stolen Tuesday from a house in the first block of Maidstone Court.

Towson Precinct

Stolen vehicle: A 2000 Dodge Stratus with tags 9AD K96 was stolen Tuesday in the 7700 block of Greenview Terrace.

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