Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

February 13, 2006|By RICHARD IRWIN

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

Baltimore

Western

Robbery -- A 21-year-old man walking across the campus at Frederick Douglass High School was accosted by two men, one with a handgun, about 3:15 p.m. Saturday and robbed of $40 and two shopping bags containing clothing.

Southeastern

Robbery -- A 25-year-old Johns Hopkins University student was walking in the first block of N. Washington St. about 6:30 p.m. Friday when a man armed with a long kitchen knife threatened to kill her and took her carrying bag. It contained a laptop computer, her purse and her wallet with $20 and credit cards.

Burglary -- Someone broke into Allied Building Products Corp. in the 500 block of North Point Road over the weekend through a broken window and removed an undisclosed amount of bills and coins from a soda machine.

Stolen vehicle -- A gray 1988 Jeep Cherokee with tags M162648 was stolen Saturday in the 2900 block of E. Pratt St.

Stabbing -- Police were seeking a man who attacked a 27-year-old man in the 3000 block of E. Fairmount Ave. about 8 p.m. Thursday, stabbing him in the back with a sharp object. The victim was reported in good condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Baltimore County

North Point

Stolen vehicle/arrest -- A young man and a 15-year-old boy were arrested Saturday in the 600 block of Main St. in Turners Station after police stopped a stolen car for a minor traffic violation. The car, a 1998 Jeep Cherokee, had been stolen in the 400 block of Mount Wilson Lane near Reisterstown. Charged with auto theft and held at the county detention center was Deniro Bellamy, 18, of the 600 block of Main St. The boy was charged as a juvenile and released into the custody of his parents.

Parkville

Burglary/arrests -- Two teenage boys were arrested Saturday during a traffic stop and charged with breaking into a house in the first block of Eagles Way and stealing a shirt valued at $15. While in the house, the boys watched TV and ate food. Both were released into the custody of their parents.

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