Police Blotter

Police Blotter

April 25, 2007|By Richard Irwin

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



Arrest -- A teenage boy was arrested and police were seeking several others in the home-invasion assault and robbery late Saturday of a woman in the 800 block of George St. After the woman ordered several boys off her property shortly before midnight, youths broke into her home, damaged property and assaulted her. Arrested and charged as an adult with burglary and assault was a neighbor, Dondi Worthy, 16. The victim was treated for an eye injury.

Burglary -- Copper piping, tools and a steel security door - all valued at $1,080 - were stolen Monday from a house under renovation in the 2200 block of Eutaw Place.


Robbery -- Police were seeking a man who forcibly entered the bedroom of a house in the 2600 block of Lauretta about 1 a.m. Monday and robbed a man of an undisclosed sum of money at knifepoint. The intruder fled before police arrived.


Robberies -- Two men were removing property from their car in the 2800 block of E. Fairmount Ave. about 3 a.m. Monday when two other men, one with a handgun and the other a knife, robbed them of more than $2,000 in property and money. During the incident, one victim, 19, was stabbed in the head, back and neck. The other, 18, was assaulted by the gunman. The man who was stabbed was treated at Baltimore-Washington Medical Center. There were no arrests.

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Robbery -- Police were seeking three young men who attacked a 20-year-old man along a trail near Morgan Mill Road at Loch Raven Reservoir about 7:30 p.m. Sunday and robbed him of cash and a cell phone.


Armed robbery -- A pizza deliveryman was returning to his car in the 1100 block of Silentglade Road about 10:30 p.m. Saturday after the occupants of a house failed to answer the door when three young men, one armed with a handgun, robbed him of $60, his keys and a cell phone.

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