Police Blotter


November 14, 2005|By RICHARD IRWIN

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



Robbery -- A man, 46, was standing at a bus stop in the 1700 block of Harford Ave. about 7:20 p.m. Saturday when one of two men placed an object that might have been a gun against his back and stole his wallet.

Robberies -- Two teenage boys were walking in the 1700 block of Aisquith St. about 5:30 p.m. Saturday when two young men robbed them of their jackets and a cell phone. No weapon was displayed.


Burglary -- Jewelry and a cell phone - all valued at $2,000 - were stolen over the weekend from a house in the 2500 block of Marbourne Ave. by someone who entered through a rear window.

Assault -- A man threw a brick at a 41-year-old woman in the 800 block of Jack St. Saturday, striking her in the head. She was treated at the scene by Fire Department medics.


Theft -- Someone removed two aluminum ladders and aluminum siding equipment - all valued at $2,300 - Friday night or Saturday from the top of a 1986 Chevrolet van parked in the 6100 block of MacBeth Drive.

Robbery -- A man armed with a rifle and fitted with a telescopic sight robbed two teenage males of a cell phone valued at $80 after forcing them to the ground at the corner of Hamilton Avenue and Leiden Road about 7 p.m. Friday.

Robbery -- A gunman entered Game Stop in the 7900 block of Belair Road about 10:30 a.m. Saturday and took an employee's cell phone as well as money from a cash register.

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Officer assaulted -- A suspect in an apartment break-in, after being arrested, handcuffed and put into a patrol car, kicked Officer Sean Casey while trying to break the vehicle's window. Robert Carter, 43, a former resident of an apartment in the 900 block of Ashbridge Drive, was charged with burglary and assaulting a police officer. He also was wanted on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.

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