Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

June 26, 2008|By RICHARD IRWIN

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

Baltimore

Southeastern

Burglary try : Someone attempted to break into the International Union of Painters in the 500 block of S. Broadway between June 17 and Monday by forcing the front door.

Theft : Clothing of unknown value was stolen Monday from a 2000 Jeep Cherokee parked in the 1100 block of S. Conkling St.

Theft : Sunglasses valued at $300 were stolen Tuesday from a 1991 Honda Accord parked in the 100 block of S. Linwood Ave.

Robbery: Police were seeking two men who robbed Hispa Food Market in the 1800 block of Eastern Ave. of an undisclosed sum of money about 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Southern

Robbery: Two men, one armed with a shotgun, entered Club House Bar in the 1800 block of W. Pratt St. about 11 p.m. Monday and forced the bartender to give them the undisclosed contents of a cash register.

Robbery: After a female resident of the 1000 block of Shellbanks Road invited a male friend to her house for drinks about 8 p.m. Monday, the man left a short time later while the woman was in the kitchen, taking her methadone. When the woman confronted the man outside as he prepared to drive away, he assaulted her, police said.

Theft : Two bicycles were stolen Monday from the rear yard of a house in the 1200 block of Patapsco St. The bikes were valued at $620.

Stolen vehicle : A white 1998 Ford truck with tags 01548M4 was stolen Monday in the 2300 block of Round Road in Cherry Hill.

Baltimore County

White Marsh

Robbery: A man armed with a semiautomatic handgun robbed Royal Farms in the 7900 block of Pulaski Highway of an undisclosed sum of money about 9:50 p.m. Tuesday.

Burglaries: Auto batteries of unknown value were stolen early Tuesday from Wal-Mart in the 6400 block of Petrie Way by someone who drove off in a white Chevrolet pickup truck with unknown tags. Someone entered the property of Sam's Club in the 6400 block of Petrie Way through a fence about 3 a.m. Tuesday and stole 25 vehicle batteries. Police believe the same person or persons committed both burglaries.

Parkville

Arrests: Two boys, ages 12 and 17, were arrested late Tuesday by Officers Michael Trout, Michael Barber and Keith Fruhling while the youths attempted to break into an apartment at Dunfield and Tapu roads, police said. Police said the boys have been charged with the attempted burglary and are suspected of breaking into several other apartments between June 1 and yesterday and stealing keys. Police said the pair would then steal the victims' vehicles and drive them around before abandoning them. Their names were not released.

Burglary: A JR-50 dirt bike valued at $1,400 was stolen from a garage in the first block of Collingham Road between June 17 and Monday.

Cockeysville

Burglary: Fifty pairs of pants and 50 dresses were stolen early Tuesday from Fresh Boutique in the 10700 block of Falls Road by someone who entered after breaking a pane of glass out of a rear door.

Franklin

Burglary: A global positioning system device and three iPods were stolen Monday from the bedroom of a house in the 10000 block of Mill Run Circle. The property is valued at nearly $900.

Burglary: Someone forced his way into a garage in the first block of Cherry Hill Road East on Monday and stole a chain saw, a leaf blower and a weed cutter. Total value of the property was more than $1,600.

Pikesville

Stolen vehicle : The driver of a 2001 Geo sport utility vehicle was using an ATM in the 8200 block of Liberty Road on Monday and left the vehicle's engine running when someone stole it.

Burglary : A diamond pendant valued at $1,500, $50 in cash and coins and diamond earrings were stolen Tuesday from the bedroom of a house in the first block of Tentmill Lane by someone who entered through a bedroom window after cutting a screen. Total value of the property was $3,550.

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