Police Blotter

Police Blotter

February 14, 2007|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore

Western

Shooting -- Police reported yesterday that a fourth man had been shot about 9 p.m. Sunday at Club International in the 2300 block of W. Baltimore St., where a security officer was killed - reportedly by two men ordered out of the building hours earlier for acting in a disorderly manner. Police said Dwayne Ford, whose age and address were not available, had told detectives investigating the death of Harold Robinson, 39, that he fell and was injured while fleeing the club when gunfire erupted. However, police said the injury he sustained was a graze wound from a bullet. The two men suspected in the killing of Robinson were each shot by a second security officer when they fled. They remained under treatment yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center, with charges including first-degree murder pending, police said.

Southwestern

Suspect sought -- Police were seeking Keith Vaughn, 33, of the 4500 block of Pen Lucy Road, who is charged in a warrant with first-degree murder. Vaughn is accused of shooting Antonio R. Brown, 16, of the 4200 block of Ethland Ave., outside an apartment building in the 100 block of Diener Place on Sept. 6. Anyone knowing Vaughn's whereabouts was urged to call Detective Vincent Stevenson of the Regional Warrant Apprehension Task Force at 410-637-8970, or the city homicide squad at 410-396-2100.

Northwestern

Shoplifting -- A male stole toiletries of unknown value Monday from a Revco Pharmacy in the 5700 block of Park Heights Ave.

Southern

Stolen vehicle -- Police were seeking a silver-colored, four-door 2002 Volkswagen Jetta that was stolen Saturday night or Sunday in the 1400 block of Boyle St.

Southeastern

Stolen vehicle -- A 2002 Toyota Corolla with tags MNJ 608 was stolen Monday from a lot at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in the 4900 block of Eastern Ave.

Theft -- Someone entered a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt parked in the first block of Albemarle St. in Little Italy on Sunday after breaking a window and stole a cell phone valued at $150.

Baltimore County

North Point

Burglary -- A camcorder and cash were stolen yesterday morning from a house in the 1900 block of Merritt Blvd. by someone who entered through a door.

White Marsh

Carjacking try -- A 23-year-old man was walking toward his car in the 9600 block of Philadelphia Road about 2 a.m. Monday when a gunman shoved him to the side and attempted to steal the vehicle. The gunman fled when the motorist resisted.

Burglary -- Video games, a 20-inch television and cash - valued together at nearly $3,100 - were stolen Monday from a house in the 6000 block of St. Regis Road by someone who entered through a basement door.

Pikesville

Burglary/arrest -- Charges of burglary and auto theft were pending against a male arrested Monday in Cockeysville while driving a car that had been stolen the day before. On Sunday, someone broke into an apartment in the first block of Pomona North at the Pomona Apartments and stole cash and a set of keys to a 2002 Hyundai and drove it away. On Monday morning, the car was observed in Cockeysville and the driver was arrested.

Wilkens

Burglaries/arrest -- Precinct burglary detectives responding to a report of an attempted burglary in the 100 block of Dungarrie Road in Catonsville about noon Monday spotted a man nearby who fit the description of the intruder and questioned him. Police recovered from the man several foreign coins reported taken in a burglary an hour earlier in the 300 block of Kenwood Ave. Arrested and charged with burglary was Jerrell L. Barnes, 18, of the 3000 block of Frederick Ave.

Arson -- Someone threw an incendiary device through the rear window of a vacant apartment in the 100 block of Twin Circle Way about 7 p.m. Monday that set fire to a carpet. Police said a similar incident occurred in January at the same location. Anyone having information was asked to call the precinct at 410-887-0872.

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