Police Blotter


May 18, 2006|By RICHARD IRWIN

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



Victim named -- Police yesterday identified one of two men slain Tuesday night while trying to flee a gunman in the 2000 block of Eagle St. Pronounced dead about 9:25 p.m. at Maryland Shock Truama Center was Aaron Wilson, 24, of the 100 block of S. Hilton St. The name of the second vicitm was being withheld pending notification of relatives. No arrest had been made, and police knew of no motive in the slayings.

Theft -- While a resident of the 3600 block of Fifth St. was incarcerated, someone stole his debit card and used it to purchase items valued at $1,630. The theft was reported Monday.


Robbery -- A 69-year-old woman suffered a broken right arm and a black eye after a man struck her in the face, shoved her to the pavement and stole her purse in the 3200 block of E. Lombard St. about 4 a.m. Tuesday.


Arrest -- Police arrested Ira Taylor, 20, of the 600 block of N. Loudon Ave. yesterday on warrants charging him with first-degree assault in the shootings of two men at separate locations on different days. Taylor is accused of shootings April 2 in the 1800 block of N. Longwood St., and May 1 in the 3000 block of Grayson St.


Arrest -- Andre Davis, 19, of the 400 block of W. Franklin St., was arrested Sunday by members of the Warrant Apprehension Task Force on a warrant charging him with the armed robbery of a pizza deliveryman April 29 at or near Davis' home.


Arrest -- Brittni Armes, 21, was arrested yesterday at her home in Odenton on a warrant charging her with robbing a woman at gunpoint of a purse and cell phone May 2 in the 6100 block of York Road.

Robbery -- A gunman robbed a 27-year-old man of cash and a cell phone in the 300 block of E. 30th St. abut 9:40 p.m. Tuesday.

Burglary -- Computer equipment was stolen Tuesday from an apartment in the 300 block of E. University Parkway.

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