Police Blotter

Police Blotter

March 22, 2007|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore

Central

Robberies -- Within minutes Tuesday morning, three Maryland Institute College of Art students were robbed. About 2 a.m., two female MICA students were walking in the 1600 block of Park Ave. when four men stepped from a white Lexus and robbed one of $8 and the other of $10. Minutes later, two other MICA students were walking in the 100 block of W. Lafayette Ave. when a gunman robbed one of them of a cell phone.

Theft -- Someone entered a locker on the second floor of a fire station in the first block of S. Eutaw St. on Tuesday and stole a firefighter's turnout coat, valued at $600.

Robbery/abductions -- Two women were walking in the 1800 block of St. Paul St. on Tuesday when three men stepped from a gray Nissan and robbed one of them of $60. The women were forced into the car, but they were dropped off unharmed a short distance away.

Northern

Robbery -- A 19-year-old woman was walking in the 200 block of Park Lane about 4 p.m. Tuesday when she was attacked by a man who robbed her of her purse containing an iPod and other property -- all valued at $350.

Southern

Robbery -- Two men, one with a handgun, robbed a male of $130 about 10:20 p.m. Monday in the 2800 block of Eastshire Drive.

Baltimore County

Parkville

Carjacking/arrest -- A 48-year-old man was about to get into his 2000 Mazda in the 7100 block of Darlington Drive about 9:30 a.m. Monday when a gunman robbed him of his wallet and keys, then drove off in the car. Arrested minutes later when he abandoned the car in the 8500 block of Rhuddlan Road in White Marsh was Nicholas A. Mathis, 22, of Germantown. He was charged with armed carjacking and robbery.

Franklin

Burglary -- Someone entered a dorm room at Villa Julie College in the 100 block of Campus Circle Drive on Monday or Tuesday and stole computerized sound equipment.

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