Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

September 29, 2006|By RICHARD IRWIN

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

Baltimore

Central

Victim named -- Police have identified Andrew L. Jackson, 26, of the 2300 block of McElderry St. as the man fatally shot early Monday in the 2300 block of Mount Royal Terrace in Reservoir Hill. No arrest had been made, and police had no motive.

Robbery try -- A man armed with a handgun tried to rob McDonald's in the 400 block of W. Baltimore St. about 9 p.m. Tuesday, but fled during a struggle with an employee who realized the weapon was a toy.

Robbery -- Police were seeking a man who robbed a couple of nearly $200 and a cell phone in the first block of W. Monument St. about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday after temporarily disabling the male victim with a stun gun.

Southern

Victim identified -- Police yesterday identified the man fatally shot in the 500 block of Parkin St. about 10 p.m. Tuesday as Lateef Chase, 25, of the 100 block of Violet Hill White Way. No arrest had been made.

Western

Robbery try -- A woman, 43, was walking in the 900 block of McKean Ave. about 6 a.m. Wednesday when a gunman riding a bicycle demanded her purse. When a witness neared the scene, the gunman rode away.

Northwestern

Arrest -- Frank Webb Harris, 37, of the 3300 block of Ingleside Ave., was arrested Sept. 21 by Baltimore County police at a county motel on an undisclosed offense. Following an investigation, Harris was charged Monday by city police with the Sept. 16 armed robbery of a Subway carryout in the 5500 block of Reisterstown Road.

Eastern

Shootings -- Police were seeking a man who shot two other men in a house in the 1200 block of E. Lafayette Ave. about 12:20 a.m. Tuesday. The victims, one 25 and the other 20, were each shot multiple times and were in critical condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Southeastern

Stolen vehicle -- A white four-door 1993 Ford Taurus with tags LVG 414 was stolen Tuesday afternoon from the parking lot of a convenience store in the 3300 block of E. Fayette St. while its engine was left running and the owner was buying coffee.

Shooting -- A man, 41, was reported in good condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital after he was shot twice in the 4200 block of Eastern Ave. about 10 p.m. Monday.

Baltimore County

Pikesville

Murder try/arrest -- A disgruntled employee of a paving company was arguing with his supervisor and another male employee at a construction site near North Rolling Road and Church Lane about 10 a.m. Wednesday when he retrieved a handgun from his vehicle, pointed it at the men and twice pulled the trigger. The weapon failed to fire, and the man fled. Arrested nearby and charged with attempted murder and a handgun offense was George Greenlee, 37, of the 5200 block of Eastburg Ave.

Burglary -- Several pieces of electronics were stolen Wednesday from a house in the 8500 block of Side Saddle Road by someone who entered through a sliding glass door.

Woodlawn

Robbery -- A deliveryman for a pizza shop was returning to his car parked in the 3300 block of Hillsmere Road about 9 p.m. Tuesday after the occupants of a house did not respond to his knocking when he was assaulted by two men and two women who robbed him of food valued at $35.

North Point

Vandalism -- Someone used a sharp object to damage the side of a 2000 Chevrolet Blazer parked Tuesday in the 8100 block of Boundary Road. Damage was estimated at $2,000.

Essex

Burglary -- Masonry supplies and bags of cement mix - all valued at $1,000 - were stolen Wednesday from Dewayne Jones Contractors in the 9900 block of Pulaski Highway.

Robbery -- A man, 32, and a woman, 46, were outside Hideaway Lounge in the 100 block of Middle River Road while waiting for a cab about 11 p.m. Sunday when two men robbed them of their wallets containing an undisclosed sum of money.

Towson

Burglary -- Tools and a generator were stolen Monday from a shed in the 8200 block of Loch Raven Blvd.

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