Police Blotter

Police Blotter

May 17, 2007|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore

Northeastern

Homicide victim named -- Police yesterday identified Nathaniel Hicks, 30, of the 1600 block of Homestead St. as the man who died minutes after being shot multiple times early Monday in the 2500 block of Garrett Ave.

Shooting -- A 28-year-old man was walking through the Clifton Park golf course about 5 a.m. Wednesday when a gunman stepped from behind a tree. During a struggle, the victim was shot in the left arm. The victim was treated at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Southwestern

Homicide victim named -- Deandre Almond, 19, of the 500 block of S. Fulton Ave. was identified yesterday as the man who was shot fatally in the head about 10:40 p.m. Tuesday in the 500 block of S. Smallwood St.

Southern

Arrest -- Anthony Monroe, 25, of the 900 block of Harlem Ave., was arrested Wednesday in the 3300 block of Elgin Ave. by members of the Regional Warrant Apprehension Task Force on a warrant charging him with first-degree murder. Monroe is charged with shooting David Howard, 19, of Parkville on July 27, 2005, in the 2600 block of Norland Road.

Eastern

Carjacking arrest -- Two teenage boys were arrested about 9:30 p.m. Tuesday in the 1400 block of N. Patterson Park Ave. after they were stopped by police while driving a Lexus that had been stolen at gunpoint from a motorist hours earlier in the 2800 block of Lake Ave.

Southeastern

Shooting/arrest -- A 43-year-old man was walking near Caroline and Gough streets about 1:20 a.m. Wednesday when he was shot in the left chest and left leg. While police chased the assailant, he fired errant shots at them before throwing a .44-caliber revolver onto the roof of a house. The gun was recovered. A suspect was arrested, and multiple charges were pending. The victim was reported in good condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

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