Police Blotter

Police Blotter

May 09, 2007|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore

Northwestern

Shootings -- Two 22-year-old men were shot about 4 p.m. yesterday in the 2700 block of Boarman Ave. near Park Heights Avenue. Lionel Joyner was shot in the lower back and Randolph Gray Jr. was shot in the right hand and right forearm. One victim was taken to Sinai Hospital by ambulance and the other drove himself there, police said.

Central

Shooting -- Several young males were standing outside the Shake and Bake Family Fun Center in the 1600 block of Pennsylvania Ave. about 11 p.m. Monday when another youth approached and said, "Where's the weed?" Before any of the group could respond, the lone youth pulled out a gun, prompting the others to flee as he fired several shots. A 16-year-old was wounded in a shoulder and a leg. He was reported in good condition at University of Maryland Medical Center.

Stolen vehicle -- A black 1997 Jeep with Pennsylvania tag FWR7025 was stolen Monday in the 2500 block of Pennsylvania Ave.

Southern

Shooting -- Police were seeking two young males in the shooting Monday morning of a woman inside her home in the 600 block of S. Fremont Ave. The woman, 30, said she heard a knock on her front door, opened it and saw the pair -- one with a gun. When she quickly closed the door, two shots were fired through it -- one grazing her in the chest. She was released after treatment at Shock Trauma.

Baltimore County

North Point

Robbery -- A 19-year-old motorist had stopped in the 3000 block of Ross Ave. about 3:30 a.m. Saturday when two men, each with a set of brass knuckles, beat him about the head and face and robbed him of a silver necklace and his wallet containing more than $100. The victim reported the attack about 6 p.m. Monday.

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