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POLICE BLOTTER

March 18, 2009|By RICHARD IRWIN

Police reports in Baltimore city and county:

Eastern Baltimore

Shooting Police are investigating the shooting of an 18-year-old man who said he was shot in the back by an assailant in the 1700 block of E. North Ave. near Broadway about 9 a.m. Monday. Police said the victim was driven from the shooting scene to Johns Hopkins Hospital. Anyone with information is asked to call district detectives at 410-396-2433.

Assault/arrest Two men were arguing inside their home in the 800 block of N. Luzerne Ave. on Saturday when one threatened the other with a box cutter. Arrested and charged with aggravated assault was Donte Jones, 25.

Southeastern Baltimore

Burglary Someone entered Bilingual Christian Church in the 6000 block of Erdman Ave. on Sunday night or early Monday after breaking a side window and stole an undisclosed sum of money from a desk and destroyed four windows and a door. Total value of the windows and doors was nearly $3,000.

Thefts from vehicles On Sunday and Monday, three vehicles parked in the 800 block of S. Curley St. were broken into. Clothing, compact discs and prescription glasses were stolen from a 2006 Chevrolet. A stereo radio system valued at $600 was stolen from a 1991 Chevrolet Trail Blazer. An iPod, its charger and 10 CDs were stolen from a 2008 Honda sport utility vehicle.

Theft Snacks, pastries and a hand truck, all valued at $753, were stolen between Friday and Monday from a food distributor's 1997 Isuzu truck parked in the 800 block of North Point Road.

Baltimore County - Parkville

Burglary Between January and Monday, someone broke into a house in the 3000 block of Oak Forest Drive and removed a 26-inch, flat-screen TV valued at $1,000.

Baltimore County - Cockeysville

Burglary Someone entered a shed in the 10800 block of Williamson Lane between Saturday and Tuesday and removed a motor and tools.

Baltimore County - Franklin

Burglary Someone entered the rear of Old Town Auto Mart in the 300 block of Main St. in Reisterstown on Sunday night and stole eight tires, all valued at $200.

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