Police Blotter

October 05, 2007|By Richard Irwin

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



Arrest -- Damon Chase, 28, of the 2200 block of W. Fayette St. was arrested Monday at the Regional Warrant Apprehension Task Force office on West 29th Street on a warrant charging him with attempted murder. Chase, who surrendered at the task force office, is charged with shooting a 29-year-old man Sept. 1 near Chase's home.


Burglary/arrests -- Two teenage boys were arrested about 8:30 p.m. Wednesday after a break-in at the Oakley Food Market in the 2800 block of Oakley Ave. in which T-shirts and bandanas were stolen. The property was recovered.


Theft -- A laptop computer, a purse and other pieces of property -- all valued at $1,500 -- were stolen Wednesday from a 2007 Acura parked in the 200 block of N. Central Ave.

Robbery -- A man, 44, was walking in the 700 block of Aliceanna St. about 12:10 a.m. Wednesday when he was knocked to the pavement by three younger males, one armed with what might have been a knife, who robbed him of a watch, $110 in cash and an electronic notebook. The man sustained minor injuries to his head and arms.


Thefts -- A handicapped placard was stolen Wednesday from a 2000 Saturn parked in the first block of W. Conway St. On the same street at the same time, a handicapped placard was stolen from a 1998 Dodge Durango. The placards are valued at $75 each.

Theft -- An iPod and its electronic adapter -- all valued at $350 -- were stolen Wednesday from a 2005 Toyota 4-Runner parked in the first block of S. Howard St.

Theft -- Police were seeking the person who stole 16 sweaters -- all valued at $928 -- about 5 p.m. Wednesday from Banana Republic in the 200 block of E. Pratt St.

Baltimore County


Carjacking -- A woman, 30, from Timonium, was driving her 2000 Chrysler PT Cruiser on Cranbrook Road near Lake Spring Way about 4 a.m. Wednesday when she stopped suddenly for a man who had walked into the path of her car. Before the woman could drive off, the man, who was armed with a knife, forced his way into the car, shoved the woman into the passenger seat and drove off. Several minutes later, at Loch Raven Boulevard and White Oak Avenue in the Ridgeleigh community, the man forced the woman from the vehicle and sped away. The woman ran to a nearby convenience store and called 911. Police said the car was recovered that morning and that no arrest had been made.

Burglary -- Someone entered a house under construction in the 1700 block of Troyer Road on Tuesday or Wednesday and stole an AM-FM radio, several batteries and a gasoline can.

White Marsh

Burglary -- A Colt .380-caliber semiautomatic handgun, a laptop computer and a gold necklace -- all valued at $4,250 -- were stolen Wednesday from a house in the 5400 block of Balistan Road.

Burglary -- Someone entered the rear yard of a house in the 5600 block of Utrecht Road on Tuesday and stole several car rims and tires, all valued at $300.


Burglary -- Six bottles of liquor and several state lottery tickets were stolen Tuesday from Grab-A-Crab Restaurant and Lounge in the 1200 block of E. Homberg Ave.

Burglary -- Someone broke into Cap-N-Cork Liquors in the 2800 block of Eastern Blvd. on Tuesday or Wednesday through a side window and stole snacks valued at $17. Police said the intruder caused $300 damage to the building.


Burglary -- A yellow 2007 motorized scooter was stolen Wednesday from an apartment in the 8000 block of York Road.


Stolen vehicle -- A silver four-door 2002 Ford Taurus with tags 1CR R75 was stolen Tuesday from a parking lot in the first block of Main Brook Court in Reisterstown.


Burglary -- A lime-green bicycle was stolen Sept. 22 from the rear yard of a house in the 1200 block of Idylwood Road. The theft was reported Wednesday.


Robbery -- Police were seeking three men who robbed a man, 51, of $150 about 9 a.m. Wednesday while the victim walked in the 8600 block of Liberty Road. During the robbery, one of the men implied that he had a handgun.

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