Police Blotter


December 03, 2007|By RICHARD IRWIN

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



Shooting -- A boy, 17, was leaving an alley in the 1600 block of Normal Ave. about 2:40 p.m. Saturday when he was approached by a gunman who chased him and shot him in the left shoulder and left armpit. The victim was treated at Johns Hopkins Hospital. There was no arrest.

Shooting -- A woman, 20, was seated in the dining room of her home in the 2700 block of E. Chase St. about 6 p.m. Saturday when a gunman fired at least one shot through a window and struck the woman before fleeing. The woman was reported in good condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital. No arrest had been made and police said they knew of no motive.


Shooting -- A man, 30, was walking in the 200 block of Dallas Court abut 2 p.m. Saturday when he was approached by two men, one with a handgun, who shot him in the left arm. The victim was treated at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Stolen vehicle -- A red 1998 Saturn with Texas tags 470 MGV was stolen Saturday in the 1700 block of Bank St.


Robberies -- About 4:20 p.m. Friday, two men, one with a handgun, robbed a man of his 1995 Cadillac in the 2200 block of Presstman St. The car has tags 4BY R37. Shortly after 7 a.m. Saturday, two gunmen exited a 1990s-model Cadillac in the 600 block of Ashburton St. and robbed a man, 45, of his cell phone and $175. Police believe the robberies might be related.

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Rape -- Police are investigating after a woman, 23, told police over the weekend that her stepfather had raped her on numerous occasions at their home since she was 9.


Burglaries -- Someone broke into E.M. Consulting Group and Helion Auto, located in the same building in the 10900 block of Beaver Dam Road, early Saturday and stole eight 19-inch computer screens and a Global Positioning System device.


Robbery -- Police were seeking two males who attacked a man, 50, in the 6000 block of Old Frederick Road about 6:15 p.m. Saturday and robbed him of $160.

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