Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

March 20, 2009|By Richard Irwin

Police reports in Baltimore city and county:

Northeastern Baltimore

Triple shooting Police continue to seek the person or persons who shot three men while the victims stood outside a house in the 4500 block of Marble Hall Road shortly before 10 p.m. Wednesday. The victims, 19, 20 and 33, were drinking outside the house when one was shot in the right hand, another in both legs and the third in the left leg. Police said one victim ran to a gas station a few blocks from the scene, where he was found by police. All three were treated at hospitals for wounds that were not life-threatening. Anyone with information is asked to call 410-396-2444.

Central Baltimore

Theft An iPod, a cell phone and coins, all valued at $600, were stolen Wednesday from a 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander parked in the 400 block of E. Chase St.

Southeastern Baltimore

Robbery A woman, 25, was walking in the 2000 block of E. Pratt St. about 8:15 p.m. Wednesday when she was grabbed around the neck by a man armed with a knife who robbed her of her purse containing a small sum of money, identification and personal property.

Baltimore Co. - White Marsh

Burglary/arrests Police responding to a report of a burglary at an apartment complex in the first block of Haylock Court in the Chapel Manor section of Perry Hall about 5 p.m. Wednesday observed two men climbing on top of a maintenance shed and arrested them. No property was reported stolen and each was charged with fourth-degree burglary and trespassing.

Baltimore Co. - Parkville

Burglary Someone broke into Global Tax Accounting in the 7100 block of Darlington Drive Tuesday night or early Wednesday and removed a laptop computer that was recovered at the scene. Later, a man from Southwest Baltimore was arrested and charged with burglary.

Burglary Police were seeking a man who broke into a bar and lounge in the 7100 block of Darlington Drive on Wednesday after shattering the glass front door.

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