Police Blotter


October 26, 2005|By RICHARD IRWIN

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



Arrest -- Quincey Salliey, 31, of the 1900 block of Boone St. was arrested Monday in the 4800 block of Lorelly Ave. by members of the Regional Warrant Apprehension Task Force on warrants charging him with two attempted murders.

Victims named -- Police released yesterday the names of a man and a teenage boy who were each shot to death the night of Oct. 18 in the 1700 block of N. Belnord St. by an unknown assailant. Pronounced dead at Johns Hopkins Hospital shortly after the 10 p.m. shooting were Stanley Dorsey, 31, of the 2800 block of Lake Ave., and William Kirkpatrick, 16, of the 1200 block of Halstead Road in Parkville.


Shooting -- Police were seeking the person who shot a man, 18, in the right leg about 10 p.m. Sunday in the 3000 block of E. Fayette St.


Assault/arrest -- A man, 27, and his former girlfriend were arguing in the 3300 block of Greenmount Ave. about 5 p.m. Monday when the man was cut on the left arm with a 12-inch butcher knife. The man was treated at Good Samaritan Hospital and released. Arrested at the scene and charged with first-degree assault was Valerie Farrell, 25, of the first block of Windersal Lane in Baltimore County.

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Carjacking -- A man, 28, from the 700 block of S. Bond St. in East Baltimore was cleaning out his 2005 Ford Focus at a gas station in the 800 block of Goucher Blvd. about 5 p.m. Monday when a man in his 60s armed with a handgun robbed him of $60 and ordered him to drive to the nearby Courthouse Square Apartments. There, the gunman forced the victim from the car and drove off. A short time later, the car was found parked at the gas station parking lot.


Robbery -- A man who implied he was armed entered Quality Inn Motel in the 5700 block of Security Blvd. about 8 p.m. Monday and fled moments later with an undisclosed sum of cash from the office.

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