Police Blotter


October 19, 2006|By RICHARD IRWIN

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



Victim identified -- Cornett Robinson, 16, of the 600 block of Cherrycrest Road in Cherry Hill, was identified yesterday as the youth fatally shot Tuesday night in the 2800 block of Carver Road. He died at Harbor Hospital Center.


Carjacking -- A pre-kindergarten teacher was about to enter her blue 1997 Honda Civic parked near Dickey Hill Elementary School in the 5100 block of Windsor Mill Road about 3 p.m. yesterday when three males, one with a handgun, shoved her aside and took the car. It had tags LFX 046.


Arrest -- Demetries Sturgis, 22, of the 3000 block of Mathews St., was arrested Tuesday night in the 1100 block of McAleer Court on warrants charging him with first-degree murder and attempted murder. Sturgis is accused of fatally stabbing Rasheed Stevenson, 17, and attempting to kill Lawrence Reed, 20, during a fight July 18 in the 400 block of Whitridge Ave. Police said the violence was gang-related.


Arrest -- Moments after his release from the Juvenile Detention Center on a trespassing offense, 15-year-old Gerryl Boatwright of the 4100 block of Park Heights Ave. was arrested by members of the Regional Warrant Apprehension Task Force on warrants charging him as an adult with first-degree murder and attempted murder. He is accused of fatally shooting Bernard Davis, 16, and wounding Antonio Manley, 17, in the 1700 block of N. Castle St. on Oct. 3.

Baltimore County


Bank robbery -- Three men, one with a handgun, entered Chesapeake Bank in the 600 block of Frederick Road about 10 a.m. Tuesday and ordered employees and customers onto the floor. One man then forced the manager into the vault, where an undisclosed sum of money was removed.

Robbery -- A gunman robbed an employee of Chick-Fil-A in the 5600 block Baltimore National Pike of an undisclosed sum of money about 3 p.m. Monday as the victim was about to make a deposit at a nearby bank.

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