Police Blotter


September 19, 2005|By RICHARD IRWIN

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

Baltimore City


Homicide -- Officers investigating a reported shooting at a low-rise housing community found Kevin Baylor, 20, lying dead on the pavement about 2:30 a.m. yesterday a few feet from his home in the 700 block of Mello Court near North Caroline Street.


Suspicious death -- City firefighters found a man dead early yesterday during a house fire in the 600 block of E. 30th St. Police were awaiting an autopsy to determine whether the man - whose name was withheld - died during or before the blaze, whose cause also was under investigation.


Robbery -- Three men, one with a handgun, beat and robbed a 20-year-old man of $600 and a bus pass in the 2600 block of Waterview Ave. about 10:30 p.m. Friday. The victim refused hospital treatment.


Robbery -- A woman was standing at a bus stop in the 2700 block of Pennsylvania Ave. about 10:30 a.m. Friday when a man asked if she had change for a dollar. When the woman removed a wallet from her purse, the man stole the wallet and fled. The wallet contained $20 and personal items.

Theft -- While a city Department of Public Works employee was away from his city truck for about five minutes in the 1400 block of W. Franklin St. about 11 a.m. Saturday, someone entered the vehicle and stole a two-way radio valued at $3,000.

Baltimore County

North Point

Rape -- A 16-year-old girl reported to police that she was having a soft drink during a party about 2 a.m. Saturday with another girl and two males when she became dizzy and was raped by one of the males. She was treated at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The address of the party was not disclosed by police.

Burglary -- Someone entered a house in the 1700 block of Brookview Road through a door between Friday night and early Saturday and stole a pair of pants, a purse, a camera and $300.

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