Police Blotter


August 10, 2006|By RICHARD IRWIN

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



Arrest -- Anthony Bracey, 34, of the 100 block of N. Clinton St. was arrested yesterday in Cherry Hill by members of the Regional Warrant Apprehension Task Force on a warrant charging him with robbing a 25-year-old man of cash, jewelry and a cell phone June 25 in the 3400 block of E. Baltimore St.

Robberies -- Police were seeking two men, one armed with a knife, who robbed two United Airlines flight attendants of purses containing cash and cell phones about 11 p.m. Sunday in the 900 block of S. Linwood Ave.

Carjacking -- A driver for a limousine service was seated in its 1995 Buick LeSabre and talking to a 38-year-old woman in the 3500 block of E. Fayette St. about 3:30 a.m. Tuesday when two men, one with a handgun, robbed the woman of her purse and ordered the driver out of the car. The men rode away in the car, which had tags 7BF B06.

Robbery -- Police were seeking a man who forced his way into a woman's house in the 300 block of S. Chapel St. about 11:30 p.m. Monday and shattered her cell phone when she attempted to call police. Implying he was armed with a knife, he robbed the victim several credit cards and the keys to her 2003 Saturn before forcing her into a bathroom. The man drove off in the car, which had vanity tags BABDOL.

Stabbing -- A 21-year-old man was reported in good condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital after he was stabbed in the chest about 10:30 p.m. while walking in the 600 block of Melville Ave.

Stolen vehicle -- A 1997 Ford F-150 pickup truck with tags 082M749 was stolen over the weekend in the 300 block of Oldham St.

Stolen vehicle -- A four-door purple 1995 Plymouth Neon with tags 3BH K65 was stolen Sunday in the 2400 block of E. Baltimore St.


Robbery -- An employee of a real estate firm was inspecting a house under renovation in the 1400 block of W. Pratt St. about 6 p.m. Monday when she was assaulted by a man who entered through a basement door and robbed her of $100.

Robbery -- A woman was about to enter her home in the 3900 block of 10th St. about 10 p.m. Monday when a man stole her purse containing $300 and credit cards.


Stolen vehicle -- A maroon 1997 Acura Integra with tags EWG 590 was stolen Monday in the 100 block of Greene St.

Robbery -- A man was walking in the 500 block of W. Franklin St. about 6:30 p.m. Monday when a man robbed him of his wallet containing $42.


Stolen vehicle -- A blue 1994 Dodge Caravan with tags JGW6606 was stolen Sunday in the 600 block of Franklintown Road.

Baltimore County


Vandalism -- Someone used a black permanent marking device to write a racial slur on the table of a baby-changing station in a restroom of an Exxon station in the 11900 block of Reisterstown Road between 2 p.m. and 4:20 p.m. Monday.

North Point

Robbery -- Four teenage males, one armed with a knife, robbed a boy, 16, of a silver necklace and $100 at School and Eastfield avenues about 9 p.m. Monday.


Robbery -- An 18-year-old man and two girls were walking at Dorton and Endsleigh roads about 11 p.m. Monday when two men, one with a handgun, robbed him of $25, a cell phone, his watch and a baseball cap.

Robbery -- An 18-year-old was standing outside McDonald's in the 200 block of Back River Neck Road about 7:30 p.m. Monday when he was stabbed in the back by one of two males who robbed him of $10. The victim was uncooperative with police while being treated at the scene by medics.


Burglary -- Someone entered a house in the first block of Cavan Green on Tuesday and stole two guitars, cash and two gold rings - all valued at $1,700.


Burglary -- Jewelry, silverware, a computer, cash and a watch - all valued at nearly $16,000 - were stolen July 25 from a house in the 300 block of Felton Road. The burglary was reported Tuesday.

Burglary -- Someone entered a house in the first block of Loveton Circle through a rear door between Saturday and Monday and removed three laptop computers.

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