Police Blotter

Police Blotter

February 08, 2007|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore

Southwestern

Arrests -- Two men were arrested Tuesday and charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder in the fatal shooting of a woman and the wounding of her boyfriend as the victims sat in a car in the 800 block of N. Hilton St. on Jan. 31. Held at Central Booking and Intake Center were Steven Blunt, 32, of Charles Town, W.Va., and Nicholas Deminds, 18, of the 700 block of Linnard St. Both are charged with killing Stephanie Stevens, 22, and attempting to kill her boyfriend, both of Martinsburg, W.Va., during an argument. Police declined to say what the argument was about. The victims were taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where Stevens died and her boyfriend was treated and released.

Northwestern

Arrest -- Daniel Williams, 16, of the 4300 block of Norfolk Ave. was arrested Friday in the 300 block of N. Gay St. on a warrant charging him as an adult with first-degree murder. Williams is accused of shooting Joseph C. Simms, 41, on Dec. 12, a block from the victim's home in the 4000 block of Bonner Road.

Southern

Robbery -- A man who implied he was armed with a handgun robbed the Bottom Drawer, a lingerie store in the 1000 block of S. Charles St., of an undisclosed sum of money and jewelry about 1:20 p.m. Monday.

Baltimore County

Essex

Arrest -- Dwight Thomas, 23, of no fixed address was arrested Tuesday after he was accused of breaking into his former girlfriend's home in the 300 block of Magnolia Terrace and firing a handgun at her as she fled. Thomas, a convicted felon, was charged with first-degree assault and burglary.

Cockeysville

Bank robbery -- A man who implied he was armed with a handgun robbed three tellers at M&T Bank in the 200 block of Mount Carmel Road in Hereford of an undisclosed sum of money about 2:30 p.m. Monday.

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