Police Blotter


March 27, 2009|By RICHARD IRWIN

Police reports in Baltimore city and county:

Southern Baltimore

Shooting A female resident of the 600 block of S. Fulton Ave. was home about 11:30 p.m. Wednesday when she encountered a male intruder armed with a handgun. Police said the woman shot the intruder with her own gun. She called 911 and reported the incident, left her home and locked the front door, leaving the man in the house. Medics forced their way in and treated the man before he was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where he was in critical condition. Police traced the woman's cell phone and told the woman to return to her home. She did and was interviewed by police. Police spokesman Agent Donny Moses said no charges had been placed against the woman and that the incident was being reviewed by the state's attorney's office.

Southeastern Baltimore

Rape A man, 25, invited a girl, 15, to his apartment in the 3100 block of E. Baltimore St. on Tuesday and gave her a birth control pill before having sexual intercourse. Moments before the man's wife entered the house, he hid the girl in a closet. When the wife was preoccupied, the man drove the girl to Patterson Park, where he had his nephew take the girl home. The girl later reported the incident, which remains under investigation. No arrest had been made.

Southern Baltimore

Theft A navigational system, a camera and an auto theft prevention device, all valued at $370, were stolen Wednesday from a 2001 Lexus parked in the 1800 block of Washington Blvd.

Baltimore Co. - Essex

Robbery A boy, 16, was riding his mountain bike in the 2100 block of Eastern Blvd. about 11:20 p.m. Tuesday when a man shoved him and stole the bike.

Baltimore Co. - Franklin

Robbery try About 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Dollar General in the first block of Village Center Road, a man gave an employee a note demanding money while implying he was armed with a handgun. When the clerk refused, the man fled.

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