Police Blotter

Police Blotter

October 09, 2006|By Richard Irwin



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

Shooting -- An unidentified man was shot in the left leg shortly before 8 p.m. yesterday in the 3600 block of Kenyon Ave. and was taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital. Details of the shooting were not available.


Arrests -- Three men held at Central Booking and Intake Center on unrelated charges have been served with arrest warrants there charging them with first-degree murder in the shooting Sept. 25 of a man in the 2300 block of Mount Royal Terrace in the Reservoir Hill neighborhood. The victim, Andrew L. Jackson, 26, of the 2300 block of McElderry St., was shot at least once in the head. Charged in his death are Earl Bazemore, 20, of the 2500 block of E. Fayette St.; Victor Miller, 20, of the 2000 block of Eutaw Place; and Sharrod Mattox, 20, of the 3300 block of E. Northern Parkway.

Carjacking -- Police were seeking a man and woman in the carjacking of a motorist about midnight Friday in the 100 block of W. North Ave. The 48-year-old victim reported he picked up the couple after they flagged him down, thinking they needed help. Moments later, the man pulled a gun, ordered the driver out of his dark green 1997 Plymouth Neon and drove off. The car had handicap tags 74764.

Assault -- A 21-year-old man was assaulted about 1:30 a.m. Saturday in the 400 block of E. Saratoga St., shortly after telling several men not to park their car on the street. The men followed the victim toward his car parked nearby and assaulted him. He was treated at Mercy Medical Center for broken facial bones, cuts and bruises.

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Robbery -- A gunman entered Office Depot in the 1900 block of York Road about 8:20 p.m. Saturday and forced a clerk to give him the contents of a cash register. The man fled with an undisclosed sum.


Burglary/robbery -- A man broke into a vacant house in the 400 block of Shirley Manor Road Saturday night and used a telephone to call a pizza shop and order a delivery. When the pizza deliveryman arrived about 9 p.m., the intruder answered the door, stole the pizza and fled out the rear door.

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