Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

December 29, 2009|By Richard Irwin

Police reports in Baltimore city and county:

Northeastern Baltimore

Shooting: A boy, 16, was walking in the 2900 block of Tivoly Ave. about 1 a.m. Saturday when he was shot in the leg by an unknown assailant. The victim was taken by ambulance to Johns Hopkins Hospital. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the district detective unit at 410-396-2444.

Shooting: Moments after a man, 19, exited a bus at East Coldspring Lane and Loch Raven Boulevard about 6 p.m. Sunday, someone fired at least one shot, which struck him in the left wrist. The victim walked to the emergency room at nearby Good Samaritan Hospital and was listed in good condition.

Southeastern Baltimore

Shooting: A woman, 24, was seated in the back seat of a car driving in the first block of N. Clinton St. about 2.a.m. Sunday when someone fired several shots at the vehicle, one of which shattered a window and grazed the woman's head. The driver took the woman to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, where she was treated and released. No arrest had been made.

Eastern Baltimore

Assault: Two men were fighting in the 2100 block of E. Madison Ave. about 8 p.m. Saturday when one cut the other on the right hand with a knife. The armed man escaped. The victim, 34, was treated at Johns Hopkins Hospital and was listed in good condition.

Baltimore Co. -- Woodlawn

Officer assaulted/arrest: An officer was investigating a disturbance at a house in the 5700 block of Pembroke Ave. about 5 p.m. Sunday and was approaching a Mercedes-Benz in the driveway when the female driver attempted to strike him with the vehicle. Arrested at the scene and charged with assault was Stephanie McCleary, 26, of the Pembroke Avenue address. The uninjured officer's name was not released.

Baltimore Co. -- Essex

Robbery: A boy, 14, was riding his bike along New Jersey Avenue near Woodward Drive about 7 p.m. Sunday when an older man exited a car and asked to look at the bike. When the boy was about to ride off, the man struck him and took off with the bike, valued at $1,000.

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