Police Blotter

Police Blotter

March 30, 2007|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore

Northeastern

Shooting -- A man, 23, was walking in the 1300 block of Woodbourne Ave. about 10 p.m. Tuesday when a passenger in a passing car fired a shot that struck the man in the left leg. The victim ran home and was taken by ambulance to Good Samaritan Hospital, where his condition was stabilized before he was transferred to Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Yesterday, he was listed in good condition.

Central

Robbery try/stabbing -- A Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. employee was walking along West Lexington Street near the company building at Liberty Street about 5:15 p.m. yesterday when another man armed with a knife demanded his money. When the victim refused, the other man stabbed him in the left arm and fled. The victim was treated at Mercy Medical Center and released. Anyone having information about the assailant is asked to call detectives at 410-396-2411.

Theft -- Fifty compact discs, cosmetics and money - all valued at $803 - were stolen Wednesday from a 2005 Chevrolet truck parked in the first block of South St.

Theft -- Two laptop computers and an accessory - all worth $3,100 - were stolen Wednesday from a 2002 Cadillac parked in the 100 block of Key Highway.

Southeastern

Stabbing -- A man, 33, was outside his home in the 600 block of N. Curley St. about 1 a.m. Tuesday when he was attacked by another man who stabbed him in the right side and neck. The victim stumbled into his home, where he was found by police and taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital. Yesterday, he was reported in critical condition. No arrest had been made, and police had no motive for the attack.

Stolen vehicle -- A silver-colored, four-door 2000 Lincoln with tags 1CM T54 was stolen Tuesday in the 1700 block of Lancaster St. in Fells Point.

Northern

Theft/arrest -- A man, 67, was arrested Wednesday after he left Super Fresh in the 1000 block of W. 41st St. without paying for several items valued at more than $700. Charged with grand larceny was Troy James of the 1400 block of Ingleside Ave.

Western

Theft/arrest -- A security officer at Bon Secours Hospital in the 2000 block of W. Baltimore St. arrested a man Wednesday afternoon who attempted to leave the building with a video printer taken from an office. Charged with theft was Brian Harmon, 42, of Reisterstown.

Stolen vehicle -- A 2005 Nissan Sentra with Chesapeake Bay tags 46033 was stolen Wednesday in the 2300 block of W. Fayette St.

Southern

Theft -- Police were seeking a man who removed a refrigerator, a clothes washer and dryer, a computer, two TVs and a microwave oven from his girlfriend's house in the 800 block of W. Lombard St. on Tuesday and drove off in her white 1996 Cadillac with tags 3CG K94.

Stolen vehicle -- Police were seeking a green 1994 Jeep with no tags that was stolen early Wednesday in the 2200 block of Round Road in Cherry Hill.

Baltimore County

White Marsh

Burglary -- Someone entered an unlocked car in the backyard of a house in the 7400 block of Bradshaw Road on Tuesday or Wednesday and stole a cell phone and cosmetics - all valued at $110.

North Point

Robbery -- A woman, 44, was walking along Dunran Road near Dunmore Road about 5 p.m. Wednesday when a teenage girl stole her purse after asking for directions.

Woodlawn

Robbery -- Police were seeking a gunman who robbed Speedy Mart in the 1600 block of Forest Park Ave. of an undisclosed sum of money about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Wilkens

Burglary -- A lawnmower, weed cutter and leaf blower - all valued at $700 - were stolen from a shed in the 1000 block of Weddel Ave. Tuesday or Wednesday.

Parkville

Burglary -- Someone broke into an apartment in the first block of Spindrift Circle on Tuesday after breaking a sliding glass door and stole jewelry, a radio, money, compact discs, a CD player and a safe. Total value of the property was $2,740.

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