Police Blotter

Police Blotter

August 15, 2007|By Richard Irwin

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

Baltimore

Northern

Arrest -- A Prince George's County man was arrested yesterday afternoon and charged with harassing a 14-year-old girl as she walked down a street in Govans. The girl told police she was walking near her home about 12:30 p.m. when a man called out to her from a tan Kia sport utility vehicle, telling her she was beautiful. The girl told police the man tried to lure her into the vehicle, and that she ran home and called police. A short time later, police found the car and a man in the 800 block of Woodbourne Ave. and arrested him. In the vehicle, police found a length of rope, a blanket and a knife. Held at Central Booking and Intake Center was Bobby Ray Stanberry, 35, of Suitland. Agent Donny Moses, a police spokesman, said Stanberry had been charged twice with raping two prostitutes, but the charges were dropped because of the credibility of the victims.

Southern

Robbery/arrest -- A woman, 32, was seated in her 1988 Ford Taurus parked in the first block of N. Conkling St. about 5:30 a.m. Monday when a man armed with a butcher knife forced her from the vehicle, stole her keys and drove off. Several minutes later, police found the man in an alley in the 400 block of N. Kenwood Ave. and arrested him. The car also was recovered. The man's name was not available.

Robbery -- Police were seeking two men, one with an unidentified weapon, who assaulted a man, 25, outside a store in the 6300 block of Brentwood Ave. about 6 a.m. Monday and robbed him of his wallet containing $40.

Robbery -- A man, 21, was refueling his pickup truck at a BP station in the 1300 block of E. Fayette St. about 3 p.m. Monday when he was approached by four other males, one of whom asked if he wanted to sell his motorcycle that was in the bed of the truck. When the man said the 1998 Kawasaki was not for sale, one of the men pulled out a gun and tried to remove the keys from the pickup truck's ignition. At that time, the other men removed the motorcycle from the truck, placed it in a van and all four left.

Western

Cutting -- A male, 17, from the 1100 block of N. Gilmor St., was reported in good condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center after he was cut on both shoulders by another male who attacked him in the 1500 block of Bakbury Court about 8 p.m. Monday. Police said the victim was not cooperating with their investigation and refused to identify his attacker.

Baltimore County

White Marsh

Assault -- Police were seeking a man standing more than 6 feet and weighing about 300 pounds who forced a 25-year-old woman into woods off Orion Court at Fontana Village about 11 p.m. Sunday while identifying himself as a police officer and sexually assaulted her. After an investigation, it was determined the police identity card the man showed the woman was a fake.

Theft/arrest -- A Dundalk man was arrested about 5 p.m. Monday when police said he tried to leave a Target store in the 5200 block of Campbell Blvd. without paying for 49 DVDs and deodorant -- all valued at $1,042. Charged with felony theft was James H. Lee McDaniels, 34, of the 6200 block of Shipview Way.

Essex

Burglary -- Police were seeking the person who broke into a garage in the 5800 block of Stevens Road on Sunday and stole a 2003 Suzuki all-terrain vehicle. The intruder then broke into the house and stole an iPod, a cell phone and $80. A short time later, the all-terrain vehicle was recovered on nearby Red Lion Road.

Robbery -- A deliveryman for China Kitchen in the 3000 block of Eastern Blvd. was in the first block of Sorgen Court about 10:30 p.m. Sunday when he was struck in the face by several men who robbed him of more than $100.

Cockeysville

Burglary -- At least $1,000 in U.S. currency and 200 Japanese yen were stolen Sunday from the bedroom of a house in the first block of Tyburn Court by someone who entered through a rear basement door.

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