Police Blotter


December 15, 2005|By RICHARD IRWIN

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



Arrest -- Oman Hernandez, 25, of Honduras was arrested Dec. 8 in Houston on a warrant charging him with first-degree murder in the stabbing of Blanca Dubon, 15, who was found Sept. 12 in a car in the 6100 block of Loch Raven Blvd. Dubon died that day at Good Samaritan Hospital. Hernandez is being held pending an extradition hearing, said city Homicide Detective Tommy Martin. Dubon's former boyfriend, Hirvin Sandoval, 23, also of Honduras, was arrested Sept. 18 in Norfolk, Va., on a murder warrant, Martin said.

Arrest -- Damon Alvin, 19, of Catasaugua, Pa., charged in a warrant with attempted murder, surrendered Monday afternoon at the offices of the Regional Warrant Apprehension Task Force. Alvin is charged with beating Paryss T. Walls with a brick Nov. 14 in the 3500 block of The Alameda.


Rape -- A woman, 20, told police she was walking in the 1700 block of Dundalk Ave. about 5 a.m. Tuesday when the driver of a tractor-trailer stopped and forced her into the cab. The woman said she was driven to the 2700 block of Broening Highway, where the man raped her.

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Robbery -- Police were seeking a teenage male who stole an undisclosed sum of money from a waitress at Applebee's in the 8600 block of La Salle Road early Monday. The waitress was standing in the restaurant when the youth reached into her apron and stole a folder containing the money.


Burglary -- Four large caliber handguns, several pieces of jewelry valued at $1,000 and $2,030 in cash were stolen Monday from a house in the first block of Pineland Court.


Burglary -- Several large caliber handguns, ammunition, $200 in rolled quarters and $400 in loose change - all valued at $7,630 - were stolen Tuesday from the bedroom of a house in the 6900 block of Birdwood Ave. by someone who entered through the front door.

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