Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

May 01, 2006|By RICHARD IRWIN

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

Baltimore

Eastern

Shooting -- An unidentified man was in serious condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital after he was shot several times in the 1600 block of Edison Highway about 11 p.m. Saturday. No arrest had been made, and a motive was unknown. Anyone with information was urged to call police at 410-396-2433.

Central

Theft -- A pair of handcuffs and a two-way radio, the property of a security officer, were stolen Saturday from a 1995 Hyundai parked in the 300 block of Dolphin St. They were valued at $700.

Southern

Robbery -- Police were seeking a man who stole a TV and clothing from Wal-Mart in the 2700 block of Port Covington Drive about 4 p.m. Saturday, then threatened to shoot an employee who tried to stop him. The man fled in a Volvo station wagon described as having with tags 2BR R18 and driven by a male.

Southeastern

Robbery -- A man from Fort Worth, Texas, was walking in the 1700 block of Aliceanna St. about 1 a.m. Saturday when he was robbed of his wallet and $40 by a man who implied having a handgun.

Baltimore County

North Point

Carjacking/arrest -- A knife-wielding woman cut the hand of a driver for Atwater Cab Co. during a struggle as he was dropping her off in the 7000 block of Dunbar Road about 11 a.m. Saturday, robbed him of money, forced him from the vehicle and drove off. A short time later, police found the cab nearby and arrested a suspect. Charged with armed robbery and armed carjacking was Ashley McLaurin, 20, of the 8200 block of Philadelphia Road.

Cockeysville

Burglaries -- Someone entered two rooms at Marriott's Hunt Valley Inn early Saturday through patio doors and stole more than $400 while the occupants slept.

Robbery -- A gunman robbed Petro Mart in the 2100 block of York Road of an undisclosed sum of money about 9 p.m. Saturday.

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