Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

October 19, 2005|By LAURA BARNHARDT

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

Baltimore

Southern

Theft from auto -- Someone broke into a Toyota parked in the 1100 block of Bayard St. by breaking the vent window Monday morning. CDs valued at $175 were taken.

Southeastern

Robbery arrest -- An 18-year-old man was arrested and charged with robbing a pizza deliveryman from Skinny Vinney's at gunpoint Sunday night. The victim told police that the teenager pointed a .32-caliber handgun at him and took $150 and a pizza. He followed the suspect to a house nearby. Eqhosa Ehigiamysoe of the 2100 block of E. Lombard St. was arrested.

Robbery -- Two men stole a 41-year-old woman's backpack at knifepoint in the 400 block of N. Milton Ave. at 7 a.m. Monday. The backpack contained $14 cash, credit cards and keys.

Baltimore County

Wilkens

Escape -- A juvenile being escorted to a vehicle from the Catonsville District Court building after a bail hearing escaped from security guards when they tried to put shackles on his ankles Monday afternoon. The boy, who was in handcuffs, was found by the security officers a short time later in a wooded area across from the Wilkens Avenue courthouse. He was charged with first-degree escape.

Burglary -- Someone forced open a rear apartment window between 5:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. Sunday in the 4400 block of Alan Drive. A leather coat, a DVD player and blank checks, all valued at $800, were taken.

Parkville

Stolen auto -- A 1997 Dodge Neon was stolen from the 8900 block of Waltham Woods Road between 9 p.m. Sunday 10/16and 7 a.m. Monday 10/17. The car had Pennsylvania tags FDN0673.

Essex

Burglary -- Someone broke into Deep Creek Elementary School in the 1100 block of Homberg Ave. through a roof hatch between 10 p.m. Friday and 6:40 a.m. Monday. A teacher's sweater, valued at $10, was taken. Damage to the roof hatch was estimated at $60.

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