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January 25, 1996
Police logScaggsville: A burglar entered a garage through a broken window and stole tools between Saturday and Monday, police said.
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By Thomas Neas, The Baltimore Sun | August 9, 2014
Vacant buildings are many things: signs of decay, eyesores and dangerous. They might also hold a strong relationship to crime. According to frequently updated data provided by Open Baltimore, there is a strong correlation between vacant buildings and certain crimes, such as shootings and homicides. Common assault, a physical attack, increases from neighborhood to neighborhood as the number of vacant houses increases — a trend shared with crime in general. And it does so at a much more pronounced rate than other crimes.
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NEWS
April 27, 1994
POLICE LOG* Annapolis Junction: 8100 block of Henckels Lane: Keys were stolen from an automotive service shop Friday after someone entered through a broken window.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,SUN STAFF | October 11, 2002
When Arthur L. Schroen, 37, called police from his cellular phone Wednesday afternoon to say someone had shot at him near Baltimore-Washington International Airport, police response was prompt and profuse. The man wasn't injured, but he told police a single bullet had shattered the passenger's side widow of his employer's 2000 Dodge Caravan as he idled at an intersection, police reported. Within minutes of the call, a Maryland State Police helicopter lifted off, the CIA sped to the scene with a gunpowder-sniffing dog, and agents from the FBI and the National Security Agency joined about 30 county police officers to investigate the reported shooting.
NEWS
December 5, 1996
Police logPasadena: A vandal threw a beer bottle at a side window of a doctor's office in the 8600 block of Fort Smallwood Road overnight Monday and shattered the window. Police did not have a damage estimate for the broken window.Pub Date: 12/05/96
NEWS
May 16, 1994
POLICE LOG* Wilde Lake: Wilde Lake Village Center: A window at Erol's Video was broken with a large rock Thursday. Police said a video tape from a security camera inside shows a man leaving the store by running through the broken window. Nothing was reported taken.
NEWS
September 27, 1993
$1,100 is taken from barbershopA barbershop was broken into Wednesday night by someone who broke a front window and stole more than $1,100 in cash.Robert Erich, the owner of Erich's Barber and Styling, discovered the broken window when he arrived at work Thursday morning. He said cash was taken from a desk drawer and two registers in the shop, in the 400 block of Crain Highway.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | June 25, 1999
Forty-five inmates on work-release from the Carroll County Detention Center were late for their jobs yesterday, after failing to pass an early-morning inspection of their bunk area, jail officials said.They were detained as part of a crackdown by Sheriff Kenneth L. Tregoning, who said the inmates had been warned several times in the past week that they would be held accountable "consistently and uniformly" for making beds and keeping their personal items and living space in order."There was some grumbling, but they quickly realized they were not going out to work until everyone complied," Tregoning said.
NEWS
June 27, 1996
A Glen Burnie man was arrested Monday after county police said he broke a window at a Shell gas station in Pasadena.Samuel Anthony Ziegler, 19, of the 8000 block of Covington Ave. was charged with destruction of property.The gas station manager called police around 4 a.m. to report the broken window. She told police a man who appeared to be intoxicated came to the gas station in the 100 block of Mountain Road, but that she refused to allow him into the convenience store. Soon after, she heard the crash of breaking glass and she found a broken window on the west side of the building.
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By Jay Apperson and Joan Jacobson and Jay Apperson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF WRITERS | February 18, 1998
A Baltimore woman who became a murder suspect after police connected her to an undelivered valentine was convicted yesterday of murder in the death of a Woodlawn businessman.A Baltimore County Circuit Court jury deliberated for 10 hours before finding Dagmar E. Jensen, 49, of East Baltimore guilty of first-degree murder in the February 1997 fatal shooting of Theodore H. Daniels Sr., who owned the Daniels Group, a legal services company. A date for sentencing has not been set.Daniels, 58, of the 5300 block of Wayne Ave. was found dead in his Woodlawn office.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | June 25, 1999
Forty-five inmates on work-release from the Carroll County Detention Center were late for their jobs yesterday, after failing to pass an early-morning inspection of their bunk area, jail officials said.They were detained as part of a crackdown by Sheriff Kenneth L. Tregoning, who said the inmates had been warned several times in the past week that they would be held accountable "consistently and uniformly" for making beds and keeping their personal items and living space in order."There was some grumbling, but they quickly realized they were not going out to work until everyone complied," Tregoning said.
NEWS
By Jay Apperson and Joan Jacobson and Jay Apperson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF WRITERS | February 18, 1998
A Baltimore woman who became a murder suspect after police connected her to an undelivered valentine was convicted yesterday of murder in the death of a Woodlawn businessman.A Baltimore County Circuit Court jury deliberated for 10 hours before finding Dagmar E. Jensen, 49, of East Baltimore guilty of first-degree murder in the February 1997 fatal shooting of Theodore H. Daniels Sr., who owned the Daniels Group, a legal services company. A date for sentencing has not been set.Daniels, 58, of the 5300 block of Wayne Ave. was found dead in his Woodlawn office.
NEWS
By Sara Engram | November 2, 1997
EVEN IN neighborhoods ravaged by the drug trade and hard times, there are remnants of community. Not everyone can pick up and move when times get tough.But how do neighborhoods bring back the spirit that makes a difference between a block of strangers living side by side and a community that takes pride in its appearance, watches out for its people and becomes an anchor against instability and the erosion of values, both financial and human?''We were communities for many years till drugs pulled us apart,'' says Beverly Thomas, a long-time leader in her Park Heights community.
NEWS
December 5, 1996
Police logPasadena: A vandal threw a beer bottle at a side window of a doctor's office in the 8600 block of Fort Smallwood Road overnight Monday and shattered the window. Police did not have a damage estimate for the broken window.Pub Date: 12/05/96
NEWS
June 27, 1996
A Glen Burnie man was arrested Monday after county police said he broke a window at a Shell gas station in Pasadena.Samuel Anthony Ziegler, 19, of the 8000 block of Covington Ave. was charged with destruction of property.The gas station manager called police around 4 a.m. to report the broken window. She told police a man who appeared to be intoxicated came to the gas station in the 100 block of Mountain Road, but that she refused to allow him into the convenience store. Soon after, she heard the crash of breaking glass and she found a broken window on the west side of the building.
NEWS
June 25, 1996
PoliceWestminster: A Medinah Circle man reported some $750 in damage to the rear door of his home, reported at 3: 45 p.m. Sunday.Westminster: A Hampstead woman reported a $180 loss from the theft of her wallet, taken from her purse at 1: 35 p.m. Friday while she was at the Carroll County Public Library.Westminster: At 11: 54 a.m. Friday, Leggett Inc. reported the shoplifting of $454 in merchandise from its Cranberry Mall store.Westminster: Manekin Corp. of Columbia reported a broken window in a building under construction on South Center Street, reported at 12: 57 p.m. Friday and valued at $1,000.
NEWS
June 25, 1996
PoliceWestminster: A Medinah Circle man reported some $750 in damage to the rear door of his home, reported at 3: 45 p.m. Sunday.Westminster: A Hampstead woman reported a $180 loss from the theft of her wallet, taken from her purse at 1: 35 p.m. Friday while she was at the Carroll County Public Library.Westminster: At 11: 54 a.m. Friday, Leggett Inc. reported the shoplifting of $454 in merchandise from its Cranberry Mall store.Westminster: Manekin Corp. of Columbia reported a broken window in a building under construction on South Center Street, reported at 12: 57 p.m. Friday and valued at $1,000.
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By ROB KASPER | April 3, 1993
Recently, I tried to teach my kids how to repair broken window glass and how to control tempers.These are recurring problems in our household.While we are very solid on the theory of how to handle these difficulties, we are somewhat shaky when it comes to putting theory into practice.For instance, the first replacement glass we bought for the broken window did not fit. It was too short. As for controlling our emotions, my kids have learned that the same man who lectures them on the importance of restraint turns into a furniture-pounding fanatic when he watches his favorite college basketball team play.
NEWS
By Ernest F. Imhoff and Ernest F. Imhoff,SUN STAFF | March 17, 1996
Robert C. Badders drives his Mazda truck into Sharp-Leadenhall in South Baltimore, pulls up at a two-story home and attacks a broken window and unhinged gate in a flurry of fingers.Mr. Badders fixes with a smile. Between his hammering and his measuring, he offers a soft "Hello," and "Glad you told me about that," and "We'll be back with the window tomorrow," to Mondel Richardson, who lives there with her two children and mother, Monica Taylor.At first glance, one might notice Bob Badders' shoulder-length blond hair, some of his 30 tattoos or well-ventilated work clothes.
NEWS
January 25, 1996
Police logScaggsville: A burglar entered a garage through a broken window and stole tools between Saturday and Monday, police said.
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