Police Blotter


December 10, 2007|By RICHARD IRWIN

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



Burglary -- Jewelry and video games - all valued at $5,000 - were stolen over the weekend from a house in the 2700 block of Roslyn Ave. by someone who entered through a rear basement door.

Burglary -- Someone entered a house in the 500 block of Stonington Ave. through a rear basement door between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Friday and stole several lengths of copper pipe of unknown value.

Burglary -- Police were seeking the person who broke into a house in the 3800 block of Sequoia Ave. Friday through a side basement window and stole jewelry and several DVDs - all worth $800.


Robbery -- A man, 23, was standing at a bus stop in the 800 block of E. Baltimore St. about 1 a.m. Saturday when a man armed with a knife pressed the weapon to the victim's stomach and robbed him of his keys and his wallet containing $15. During the robbery, the victim pushed the man away and was cut on the face. The victim was treated at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and released.

Robbery -- Moments after a male resident of the 300 block of S. Eden St. answered a knock at his door about 2:40 p.m. Saturday, a man in his mid-40s to early 50s forced his way into the house and robbed the resident of $70.


Robbery -- Two men were hacking at North Monroe Street and Washington Boulevard about 2:30 a.m. Saturday when they picked up a man and drove him to the 1900 block of Mosher St. There, one of the men pulled a handgun and struck the passenger while robbing him of a cell phone and a wallet containing $47. The victim was treated at Maryland General Hospital for minor injuries and was released.

Burglary -- Two furnaces, a shower head, a stainless steel faucet, hardwood flooring and a microwave oven - all valued at $3,325 - were stolen between Friday and Saturday from a house being renovated in the 1400 block of W. Franklin St. Entry was through a first-floor door.

Burglary -- Cigars valued at $300 were stolen Saturday from Wild Bill's Carryout in the first block of Gorman Ave. by someone who entered through a rear door.

Stolen vehicle -- Police were seeking a gray 1991 Toyota van with North Carolina tag VYE 5865 that was stolen over the weekend in the 500 block of N. Carrollton Ave.

Robbery -- Police continue to seek two men, one armed with a handgun, who robbed an 18-year-old male of two cell phones and $20 near the 500 block of N. Pulaski St. about 1:15 p.m. Thursday. Anyone with information can call the district's detective unit at 410-396-2477.

Baltimore County

North Point

School break-in -- Someone broke into a portable classroom trailer at Gen. John Stricker Middle School in the 7800 block of Trappe Road through a door between Friday night and early Saturday and stole a computer valued at $500.

Stolen car/arrest -- An East Baltimore man was arrested about 9:20 p.m. Saturday at Eastern Boulevard and 54th Street after police stopped the stolen 2002 Dodge Ram pickup truck he was driving. The vehicle was stolen in the city. Charged with auto theft was Donte Davon Bell, 20, of the 1300 block of N. Milton Ave.


Burglary -- Jewelry valued at $1,230 was stolen over the weekend from an apartment in the 3900 block of Mewswood Lane by someone who entered through a door.

Armed robbery -- Two men, one armed with a handgun, robbed the Texaco station in the 8600 block of Belair Road of an undisclosed sum of money about 12:45 a.m. Saturday.


Burglary/arrest -- Police responding to a burglar alarm in the first block of Woodward Lane about 11 a.m. Friday arrested a Perry Hall man and charged him with burglary. No property was reported missing. Charged was Senad Agic, 43, of the first block of Quelet Court.

Theft -- After a resident of the 500 block of Valley View Road heard an unusual noise about 1 p.m. Friday, he observed a man fleeing his property with several sections of copper gutters the intruder removed from the side of the victim's house. No arrest had been made.

Baltimore Sun Articles
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.