Police Blotter


April 19, 2005|By Greg Barrett and Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore City

Southern District

Shooting: Andrew Carnegie, 26, and Sean Ellis, 25, were walking together in the 2200 block of Round Road about 1 a.m. Sunday when a gunman running toward them shot Carnegie in the right side and Ellis in the face. Carnegie was in serious condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Ellis was treated at University of Maryland Medical Center for a graze wound and released.

Central District

Shooting: Eldridge DuBoyce, 25, and Ramona Dingles, 19, were in a first-floor bedroom of a house in the 800 block of Lennox St. about 2 a.m. yesterday when a gunman opened the door and shot DuBoyce in the right leg and left arm, and shot Dingles in the left arm. They were treated at Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

Northeastern District

Shootings: About 8:40 p.m. Sunday, Gerrard Mercer, 22, was standing in a parking lot in the 5700 block of Radecke Ave. when a man fired several shots, one of which hit Mercer in the back. A bullet that missed Mercer struck George Nelson, 40, in the upper right leg while he was playing basketball. Mercer was listed in critical condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Nelson was treated at Good Samaritan Hospital.

Baltimore County

Wilkens Precinct

Burglary: A man in his early 20s told police he was watching television Sunday afternoon in the basement of his parents' house in the 1500 block of Sulphur Spring Road in Arbutus when someone entered the premises, stole his wallet with $30 in it and took $185 from his parents' bedroom.

Franklin Precinct

Burglary: A thief entered a home on Coronado Road through a rear window Saturday, disabled an alarm and stole jewelry and $300 in pennies.

Essex Precinct

Arson: Police were seeking a teenage boy who set fire to a vacant house in the first block of W. Hickham Road on Sunday night, causing $2,000 in damage.

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