Police Blotter


July 23, 2009|By RICHARD IRWIN

Police reports in Baltimore city and county:

Central Baltimore

Theft: A navigational system and its mount, all valued at $250, were stolen between Monday and Tuesday from a 2006 Subaru parked in the 500 block of Cathedral St.

Balto. Co. -- Pikesville

Assault/robbery/arrest: A woman, 28, was walking her dog along Seven Mile Lane near Slade Avenue about 5 p.m. Tuesday when she was attacked by a man who struck her several times and stole her cell phone. Several people witnessed the incident and called police. Arrested nearby and charged with first-degree assault and robbery was Jack Brown, 61, of the 3300 block of Marnat Road in Pikesville.

Balto. Co. -- White Marsh

Burglary: A school ring and several other pieces of jewelry, all valued at $2,700, were stolen Tuesday from a house in the 4800 block of Vicky Road by someone who entered after breaking a window with a rock. Police said the intruder drove off in a red 2009 Mazda with Wyoming tags 1259D2.

Balto. Co. -- North Point

Theft: Charges were pending against a man, 38, who attempted to leave the Wal-Mart in the 2300 block of North Point Road on Tuesday without paying for pots and pans, all valued at $100. The man was released after providing police with identification.

Burglary: Cash and jewelry, all valued at more than $1,000, were stolen Tuesday from a house in the 7800 block of New Battle Grove Road by someone who entered through a front bedroom window. Police said a soft drink bottle was left behind by the intruder.

Balto. Co. -- Cockeysville

Burglary: At least 80 designer-style shirts, all valued at $7,000, were stolen Tuesday from Cohen's Clothiers in the first block of Cranbrook Road by someone who shattered a glass door to gain entry.

Balto. Co. -- Essex

Robbery/assault: Police were seeking three young men, one armed with a handgun, who robbed a man, 22, of his cell phone about 11 p.m. Tuesday while the victim stood at a bus stop at Middleborough and Back River Neck roads. When the victim fled the scene, the gunman fired several shots, missing him.

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