Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

December 07, 2007|By RICHARD IRWIN

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

Baltimore

Eastern

Robbery -- A woman, 41, was walking in the 500 block of N. Broadway near Johns Hopkins Hospital about 7:15 p.m. Wednesday when several teenage boys pelted her with snowballs. When she tried to walk away, one teen approached from behind and placed a knee into the middle of her back, nearly causing her to fall. At the same time, another youth stole a bag the woman was carrying, which contained medical equipment, medical books and papers. The boys then fled. The woman's property was found nearby.

Western

Robbery -- Police were seeking several young males who beat and kicked a man, 48, as he walked in the 1300 block of N. Calhoun St. about 9 p.m. Wednesday and robbed him of his wallet containing an undisclosed sum of money. The man suffered injuries to his right eye and was treated at Bon Secours Hospital.

Robbery -- A man, 59, was walking in the 1300 block of N. Calhoun St. about 10:40 p.m. Wednesday when he was assaulted by three younger males who robbed him of his wallet containing $47, his driver's license and personal items. He was treated at Bon Secours Hospital for minor injuries.

Robbery -- A man, 47, was walking through Mondawmin Mall about 7:40 p.m. Wednesday when he was attacked by three younger males who robbed him of $200. Police said a mall security officer witnessed the attack and was coming to the aid of the victim but was prevented from doing so by two attackers. The victim refused treatment for minor injuries.

Northwestern

Theft -- A global positioning system, a laptop computer and a portable file carrier - all valued at nearly $3,500 - were stolen Wednesday from a 2001 Mitsubishi Galant parked on a lot in the 6500 block of Reisterstown Road by someone who broke a side window.

Burglary -- On Monday or Tuesday, someone broke into a house in the 5500 block of Gwynn Oak Ave. through the front window and stole video games, jewelry, two DVDs and a camcorder. All were worth $2,518.

Burglary -- Jewelry and coins were stolen Wednesday from the master bedroom of a house in the 2300 block of Lyndhurst Ave. by someone who entered through a window.

Burglary -- Someone entered a house in the 3800 block of Chatham Road on Wednesday after breaking a first-floor window with a rock and stole a 13-inch TV, a laptop computer, several drill bits and a drill.

Baltimore County

North Point

Robbery -- A 14-year-old Turners Station boy was walking along Avondale Road near Fleming Drive about 7:20 p.m. Wednesday when he was struck in the face and kicked by several other young males who robbed him of a video game valued at $200. The boy was treated at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center for minor injuries and released.

Cockeysville

Burglary -- Two Honda motorcycles were stolen from a shed in the first block of Cinder Road between Sunday and Wednesday.

Burglary -- Eyeglasses and sunglasses were stolen Dec. 1 from Katzen Eye Group in the 1200 block of York Road by someone who removed a door lock. The burglary was reported Monday.

Robbery -- Police were seeking a man who robbed a man, 27, of an iPod in the 200 block of Lord Byron Lane about 7:25 p.m. Monday while implying he was armed with a handgun.

Pikesville

Robbery -- Three young males attacked a youth, 16, at St. James and Liberty roads abut 4:20 p.m. Wednesday and robbed him of an iPod valued at $300 and a tan carrying bag.

Burglary -- A young female resident of the 7700 block of Park Heights Ave. was about to enter her home about 4:30 p.m. Wednesday when she noticed the front door ajar and the lights on. She called her mother, who called police. Police who searched the house found no one there. Reported stolen were $400, a gold ring and a gold bracelet - all valued at $1,200. Police said someone used a ladder to enter the attic above a carport, then punched a hole in the attic ceiling and dropped into the house.

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