Police Blotter


July 01, 2008|By RICHARD IRWIN

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



Shooting: A 16-year-old male was reported in good condition at an area hospital after he was shot in the upper left leg about 6 p.m. Sunday in the 1500 block of Pennsylvania Ave. by an unknown assailant. The victim was found by district police responding to a report of a shooting. Anyone with information is urged to call the district's detective unit at 410-396-2411.


Carjacking: A man, 20, was walking toward his car parked in 4100 block of Underwood Road about 11 p.m. Sunday when a man armed with a knife and his face covered demanded his keys. When the victim told the man he thought he was joking, the armed man struck the victim in the face, robbed him of his keys and drove off in his dark gray 2008 Saturn with tags 1CB R40. The victim ran to a friend's house and called police.


Burglary: Someone broke into Colleen's Corner, a store in the 2200 block of Cedley St., between Saturday and Sunday, through a second-story window and stole alcoholic beverages valued at $146.

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Armed robbery : A man, 19, was riding his motorized scooter along Kenwood Avenue near Elmwood Avenue about 4:30 p.m. Saturday when he was knocked to the ground by another man. After the victim got to his feet, he pulled out a knife to defend himself but was disarmed by the other man, who then robbed him of his wallet and the scooter. Police said the scooter was valued at more than $2,000.


Assault/arrest : A woman, 23, and her boyfriend, 29, were arguing on Dulaney Valley Road near Fox Chapel Road about 1:30 a.m. Sunday when the female used her cell phone to call police at 911. While on the phone, the man shoved the woman into a nearby woods and threw her cell phone away. Arrested a short time later and charged with assault was Charles Altshuler, whose address was not available.

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