Police Blotter

Police Blotter

November 27, 2006|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore

Central

Theft -- Someone broke into a 2003 Honda parked in the 300 block of Conway St. Saturday and stole a laptop computer valued at $1,000.

Theft -- A duffel bag contaning several pieces of clothing was stolen over the weekend from a 2003 Pontiac Montana van parked in the 1100 block of St. Paul St.

Robbery -- A man, 25, was walking in the 400 block of Gold St. about 12:05 a.m. Saturday on his way to visit his brother when a man armed with a revolver robbed him of $42 and a cell phone valued at $250.

Southern

Theft -- A woman was pushing her baby in a stroller in the 2800 block of Wegworth Lane about 1 p.m. Friday when a teenage boy stole her leather jacket and purse from the stroller.

Baltimore County

Pikesville

School burglary -- Someone broke into Bedford Elementary School in the 7400 block of Dorman Drive between 4:30 p.m. Friday and 2 a.m. Saturday through a window on the roof, entered a maintenance room and ransacked the gymnasium and library. It was the second time in several days that the school had been vandalized.

Cockeysville

Burglary -- Someone broke into a room at Holiday Inn in the 2000 block of Greenspring Drive over the weekend while the occupants were away and stole $2,000. There was no sign of forced entry.

Burglary -- Five computers, an office refrigerator and a computer monitor - all of unknown value - were stolen between Nov. 21 and Friday from Great Oak Lending Co. in the 1900 block of Greenspring Drive in Timonium by someone who broke a ground-floor window.

Franklin

Robbery -- Two men, one 19 and the other 26, were walking along Richmar Road near Reisterstown Road in Owings Mills about 5:40 p.m. Saturday when two young males, one armed with an unknown caliber semiautomatic handgun, robbed them of a total of $1,120.

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