Police Blotter

Police Blotter

December 07, 2006|By Richard Irwin

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



Stabbing/arrest -- An employee of a downtown engineering firm remained in serious condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center after he was stabbed in the back for no apparent reason Tuesday afternoon by a resident of a shelter in the Mount Vernon area. The knife cut the victim's kidney, police said. Mark Agee, 33, was standing at St. Paul and Monument streets about 1:20 p.m. when he was attacked. The assailant fled into nearby Fellowship House in the 700 block of St. Paul St., where police arrested him a short time later. Charged with first-degree assault and possession of a deadly weapon was Antoine Clayborne, 22.

Robbery -- A man who implied he had a gun threatened to shoot an employee of Regency Antiques who tried to stop him from leaving the store in the 800 block of N. Howard St. about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday without paying for two vases and an imitation Faberge egg. The robber fled with the items, which were valued at $1,100.

Robbery -- A 48-year-old woman was walking in the 100 block of Commerce St. about 8 a.m. Tuesday when a man knocked her to the ground and stole her purse containing a small sum of money.

Robbery -- A man struck a woman in the face as she walked in the 1900 block of Eutaw St. about 10 a.m. Tuesday and snatched $140 from her grasp.


Shooting/Arrests -- Jonathan Brodie, 25, of the 400 block of N. Milton Ave. and Brandy Dupree, 25, of the 6100 block of Fairdel Ave. were in custody yesterday after being charged in warrants with attempted murder in the shooting of the woman's stepfather outside his home in the 6100 block of Fairdel Ave. Tuesday afternoon. Police said Dawayne Washington was shot in the head during an argument about a utility bill and remained in critical condition yesterday at a hospital. Brodie surrendered at the Central District yesterday, while Dupree was arrested in the 600 block of Montpelier St. on Tuesday night.

Arrests -- Kenneth Brown, 17, of the 5800 block of The Alameda and Kenneth Megginson, 24, of Finksburg have been arrested on warrants charging them with first-degree murder in the shooting Oct. 31 of Gregory Welsh, 32, outside his home in the 6000 block of Marluth Ave. Detective Keith Devoe of the Regional Warrant Apprehension Task Force arrested Brown in the 4200 block of Kelway Road in Northwood on Tuesday morning. The next day, Devoe went to Hamburg, Pa., and arrested Megginson at a relative's house. Megginson was being held at a Reading, Pa., jail pending an extradition hearing.


Arrest -- Dean Martin, 25, of no fixed address surrendered to police at Central Booking and Intake Center on Tuesday and was arrested on a warrant charging him with attempted murder. Martin is accused of shooting Brandon Gray on July 17 in the 3400 block of Piedmont Ave.


Stolen vehicle -- A two-door black 1996 Jaguar with vanity tags LEGAL 1 was stolen Tuesday in the 2400 block of Boston St.

Robbery -- A man who implied he was armed with a handgun forced his way into a house in the 1900 block of Fleet St. about 7 p.m. Monday and robbed the two occupants of a total of $60.

Baltimore County


Vandalism/arrest -- Police arrested a 16-year-old Glen Arm boy yesterday and charged him as a juvenile with multiple counts of destruction of property and were seeking at least nine other teenage boys in the vandalism of homes and vehicles. The incidents occurred on Concordia Drive, Seminary Avenue, York Road and Cromwell Bridge Road between Dec. 1 and Tuesday, causing thousands of dollars in damage. Rocks, golf balls and bottles were used to break windows in nearly 30 incidents. The arrested youth was released into the custody of his parents.


Robbery -- A 39-year-old man was stepping from his car in the 1400 block of Broening Highway about 3:30 a.m. Tuesday when two men, one armed with a semiautomatic handgun, demanded his money. When the victim told them he had none, one of the men rifled victim's coat pockets and removed his wallet containing an undisclosed sum.

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