Police Blotter

February 16, 2010|By Richard Irwin

Police reports in Baltimore city and county

Shooting Police continue to seek the person who shot a man in the stomach in the 3400 block of The Alameda about 3 a.m. Monday. The victim, who was not identified by police, was taken by a city Fire Department ambulance to the emergency room of an area hospital and was reported in good condition. Anyone with information is urged to call the district's detective unit at 410-396-2444.

Stabbing A man, 25, was sleeping about 7:30 a.m. Sunday in the bedroom of a house in the 2900 block of Woodland Ave. when a man armed with a knife entered the bedroom and slashed the victim several times in the neck before fleeing. Another occupant of the house called police. Police said the victim lost a large amount of blood and was treated at the scene by Fire Department medics before he was taken by ambulance to Sinai Hospital, where he was reported in serious but stable condition and was expected to survive. The attack appeared to be a domestic dispute.

Burglary Someone broke into a house in the 4100 block of Fairfax Road through a rear door between Sunday night and early Monday and stole a 32-inch flat-screen TV, a laptop computer and clothing, said Lt. Sabrina Tapp Harper, a night shift commander.

Burglary Power and tools, all valued at $3,000, were stolen over a period of time from a business (not named in the police report) in the 4500 block of Fitch Ave. in the Nottingham community.

Vandalism Someone destroyed a credit card machine outside a Texaco service station in the 7300 block of McClean Blvd. Monday morning.

Theft A 1998 Ford Escort was parked in the 8800 block of Fearne Ave. on Monday when someone removed two of its tires. The tires were valued at $200 each.

Vandalism Police continue to seek the person who shot out the glass front door of Total Difference Hair & Nail Salon in the 9700 block of Belair Road between Feb. 4 and Feb. 5 with a pellet gun.

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