Police Blotter


April 15, 2006|By RICHARD IRWIN

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



Theft -- A blue-and-white mountain bike valued at nearly $800 was stolen Wednesday from a 2005 Ford parked in the 1500 block of Maryland Ave.

Theft -- A golden retriever was stolen Wednesday from the backyard of a house in the 1300 block of Division St.


Theft -- Video games and nearly two dozen digital video disc movies -- all valued at $1,180 -- were stolen from a house in the 200 block of Norris St. by a known suspect between Sunday and Wednesday.

Burglary -- Tools valued at more than $1,500 were stolen between Sunday and Tuesday from a house in the 1200 block of Washington Blvd. by someone who entered through a rear kitchen door.

Theft -- A pressure washer valued at $500 was stolen Tuesday from a house in the 900 block of E. Fort Ave.

Theft/arrest -- A man, 48, was arrested Tuesday when he tried to leave Food King in the 3400 block of Annapolis Road without paying for five sets of razors valued at $46.

Theft -- A rear-view mirror valued at $260 was stolen Tuesday from a 2000 Chevrolet Impala parked in the 2400 block of Giles Road.

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Burglary -- Two digital video disc players, 12 pairs of shoes, jewelry, nearly $3,000 cash and a rental lease -- all valued at $12,382 -- were stolen between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning from a house in the 200 block of Shagbark Road by someone who entered through a sliding door.

Robbery -- A 17-year-old girl was stopped for a traffic light at Pulaski Highway and Middle River Road about 4 p.m. Wednesday when a young man she knew who was driving another car pulled alongside her vehicle and stopped. He exited left his car, struck the female in the face and stole her cell phone before driving away.


Burglary -- Someone broke into a house in the first block of Harrod Court Tuesday, drank most of a bottle of vodka and threw food throughout the dwelling.

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