Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

July 20, 2009|By Richard Irwin

Police reports in Baltimore city and county:

Southeastern Baltimore

Robbery: A woman, 24, was walking in the 1000 block of Fells St. about 3:30 p.m. Friday when a man got out of a Nissan Maxima with Pennsylvania tags that was occupied by two other men and stole her tan snake skin purse containing a cell phone and other property.

Burglary: Two DVD players, all valued at $100, were stolen over the weekend from a house in the 2400 block of E. Jefferson St. by someone who entered through a bedroom window.

: Eastern Baltimore

Stolen vehicle : A 2004 Dodge van was stolen over the weekend in the 1900 block of Belair Road.

Baltimore Co. -- Essex

Burglary: Someone entered Barber Mechanical Services Inc. in the 6900 block of Ebenezer Road over the weekend and stole four tires and rims, all valued at $1,000, from a trailer.

Baltimore Co. -- White Marsh

Shooting: Two men were shot about 4 a.m. Saturday in the 7600 block of Bluegrass Road near Rosedale and were taken by ambulances to an area hospital for treatment. At the scene, police recovered shell casings from a large-caliber handgun, but no arrest had been made. Details were not available.

Baltimore Co. -- Woodlawn

Burglary/arrest: Between Thursday and Friday, someone entered the backyard of a house in the 1900 block of Brookdale Road and stole two bicycles. The theft was reported Saturday.

Baltimore Co. -- Wilkens

Rape/arrest : A man, 33, was arrested at his White Marsh area home Friday and charged with raping a girl, 15, at a Route 40 motel the previous night. His name was withheld pending the completion of an investigation. The girl told police she was picked up by a man about 11 p.m. Thursday while walking on a West Baltimore street and was taken to the motel. There, the girl told police, the man gave her marijuana to smoke and she was also given a pill. After the girl arrived home, her parents called police.

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