Butchers Hill: Woman robbed while cleaning snow from car

S. Exeter St., 600 block, Jan. 26, 1:53 a.m.. The victim said she was robbed while working the cash register. She said that a suspect approached, placed a screwdriver to her side, and demanded money. She opened the register; he took cash. He fled in a Honda Civic, and police later located the car. The owner said that her boyfriend had the car. He was found and arrested.
S. Regester St., 400 black, Jan. 27, 3:10 a.m. The victim said he was walking when the suspects, two men and a woman, approached. The female ordered him to give them money. One of the men threw him to the ground; the other took his property from his pockets. One of them ordered him not to move, “or I will kill you.” They then fled.
E. Fairmount Ave., 2200 block, Jan. 27, 11:15 a.m. The victim said she was walking the block when she saw the suspect, a young man, coming toward her. She was pushing her daughter in a stroller, and her purse was on the stroller handle. The suspect tried and failed to pull the purse off the handle, and the victim fell to the ground during the struggle. The suspect fled without the purse.
N. Kenwood Ave., 200 block, Jan. 27, 2:45 p.m. A ma reported that he was opening his car door when the suspects approached. One racked the slide to a gun, placed it to the victim’s body, and demanded money. The second man reached into the victim’s rear pocket and took his wallet. The suspects fled east on Orleans St. They were located during an area canvass, and they were arrested. The gun was not recovered.
Kane St., 100 block, Jan. 27, 3:40 p.m. The victim reported to school police that he was in a park in the rear of Patterson Park High School when he was assaulted by a teenager. School police arrested the teenager at school, and found the victim’s property in his coat pocket.
N. Rose St., 100 block, Jan. 28, 7:30 a.m. The victim, a girl, said that while she was walking, a male suspect approached, displayed a gun, pointed it at her stomach, and demanded her cell phone. She handed it over and pleaded with him not to hurt her. He said he wouldn’t hurt her if she did what he said. He then pushed her into a rear alley, where she pleaded with him not to rape her. The report is cut off here.
S. HIghland Ave., 300 block, Jan. 28, 4:06 p.m. Officers responded to an unarmed robbery, and with help from a detective stopped two of the suspects. The victim and a witness report that the suspects, four juveniles, pushed the victim against a parked car and punched him in the face. They took his cell phone. The two juveniles who were stopped were identified by the victim and arrested. The victim refused medical treatment; his phone was not recovered.
N. Collington Ave., unit block, Jan. 29, 7:55 a.m. The victim said she was cleaning snow off her car when a man about 35 years old approached and pointed a gun at her from his hip area. He told her to be quiet and demanded money. She took $30 from her wallet and gave it to him. She said she quickly locked her doors and sped north to the next intersection. The suspect walked north and was gone upon police arrival.
N. Highland Ave., 200 block, Jan. 29. 2:19 p.m. The victim said that after she approached the counter to get a money order and placed the money on the counter, a suspect pushed her to the ground and grabbed the money. As he tried to leave with the money, she grabbed his leg, so he hit her in the mouth with his elbow. She let go; he fled.
Pulaski Hwy., 2900 block, Jan. 29, 8:05 p.m. The victim said the was walking with a friend when three suspects approached and asked what time it was. One of them displayed a gun. they took a brown leather wallet and cell phone from one victim, and $40 from his friend. The suspects then fled.
E. Pratt St., 800 block, Jan. 30, 9:38 a.m. The victim stated that she was walking in the block when she observed the suspects, two young men, approaching her. One grabbed her around the neck from behind and pulled her to the ground, then attempted to grab her purse. The victim stated that she was screaming the whole time, and when the suspect was unable to get the purse, he ran off.
Gough St., 1300 block, Jan. 30, 12:31 p.m. The victim said she was walking when two men approached, threw her to the ground, and took her Kindle Fire. Her glasses were broken in the robbery.
N. Lakewood Ave., 400 block, Jan. 30, 6:55 p.m. The victim said that while he was walking, the suspect approached, produced a gun, racked the slide, and demanded his money and cell phone. the victim handed over his money to the suspect, and his cell phone to another suspect. Both suspects fled. While the victim was being interviewed at the Southeast District, the suspect who took the cell phone was brought in for another matter and identified by the victim. He was arrested.
Fleet St., 1800 block, Jan. 31, 10:15 p.m. A woman reported that during an argument with the male suspect, he pushed her on the bed, punched her in the chest, took her money and cell phone, and fled. A warrant was obtained.
Eastern Ave., 4000 block, Feb. 1, 11:23 a.m. The victim said that he was going to the register to pick up money, which he counted and gave to a cashier. The suspect then approached the register, looking like he wanted to buy detergent. He then produced a gun from his waist band and demanded money. He took the cash and detergent and fled.
Eastern Ave., 6400 block, Feb. 1, 7:03 p.m. A man told police that the suspect robbed him and stabbed him twice with a pocket knife. The suspect took a Home Depot gift card and fled. the suspect was located and arrested.
E. Fairmount Ave., 3200 block, Feb. 1, 7:53 p.m. The victim said that he and his father were walking when the suspect approached, displayed a gun and demanded money. The suspect took the victim’s wallet and cash, and then ran south on N. East Ave.

Savage St., 500 block, Jan. 26, 6 p.m. An unknown suspect broke out the rear window, made entry, and took a Compaq computer screen.
S. Broadway, 700 block, Jan. 27, 4:55 a.m. A man entered the business via a front window, went to the rear storage room, and removed $2,456 from an unlocked safe. The incident was captured on security cameras; officers initially responded to an alarm call.
N. Luzerne Ave., 600 block, Jan. 28, 3:35 p.m. The complainant was home when she heard a lone banging on her front door, which she ignored. A few minutes later, she heard a noise from the rear of her house. She went to investigate and found three male juveniles, who had pushed in the rear window air conditioning unit, in her kitchen. They fled out the back door when she saw them.
St. Helena Ave., 6500 block, Jan. 29, 12 a.m. The owner of the bar said that he locked up, making sure no one was in the bar, around midnight. When he returned at 9 a.m., he found the side door open and cash register open. Investigation revealed that a suspect hid in the bar, and then took money from the register and several bottles of liquor from a storage room inside the bar. The suspect had pried open the register and took $3,000.
N. Kenwood Ave., 500 block, Jan. 29, 12:55 p.m. Suspects were found inside the vacant lot, questioned as to why they were there, beginning to take copper pipe, and issued citations.
N. Lakewood Ave., 600 block, Jan. 29, 1:40 p.m. An unknown suspect tried to gain entry by kicking and damaging the rear door. No entry was gained.
N. Bradford St., 400 block, Jan. 29, 5:30 p.m. An officer responded to an alarm call and found the front door damaged. He went around to the rear door, which was opened. The house, which is vacant and under renovation, was searched. No one was found.
Dundalk Ave., 1400 block, Jan. 30, 7:30 a.m. The victim returned home from work and found the front window open. Inside, she found her rear door unlocked and another open window. Property was missing.
Mt. Pleasant Ave., 3600 block, Jan. 31, 3:40 a.m. The victim said she felt a draft coming from her dining room so she went to investigate. She saw an unknown man  with his hands on the window. She screamed; he fled.
Dundalk Ave., 1400 block, Jan. 31, 12:40 p.m. The victim had advised a detective that her son was not allowed in her home, and to contact her if he saw him. The detective saw the suspect exit the house via a rear window. He was stopped by patrol, and was found to have collector coins in a small safe on his person. He was arrested.
Thames St., 1900 block, Feb. 1, 12:55 p.m. An unknown man entered the building through a rear door and proceeded to the complainant’s apartment. He forced open the door, and was seen leaving with an empty white bag in one hand and a bag containing her laptop in the other hand. The crime was seen on security cameras inside the apartment building.
S. Duncan St., 200 block, Feb. 1, 4 p.m. An unknown suspect forced the door from its hinges and broke glass. No property was taken from the vacant property.

Aggravated Assault

Albemarle St., 500 block, Jan. 27, 12:55 a.m. The victim and his friend were eating at the restaurant and apparently became disorderly and were asked to leave by the owner. The victims state that the owner produced a gun and pointed it at the leg of one of them and the head of the other and again asked them to leave. The victims went across the street and called police. Police arrived, and the owner admitted he had a gun and a permit which he did not have. The gun was recovered from a safe. The owner was arrested. Officers were unable to view surveillance footage.

Holabird Ave., 6600 block, Jan. 29, 1:34 a.m. Officers responded to a call for an armed person. The victim said that he knocked on his neighbor’s door and asked him to stop making so much noise. The neighbor reportedly brandished a screwdriver and threatened to “gut him like a fish.” The victim had only glanced at the weapon and thought it was a knife. Officers arrested the suspect.

N. Clinton St., 400 block, Jan. 29, 7 p.m. The victim advised that she was in a vacant with the suspect, arguing over $10 that she owed him for a drug transaction. She said that during the argument, he pulled a gun from his waistband and acted as if he would hit her with it. Instead, he put it back in his waist and struck her repeatedly with his fists. He left and she called police. During an area canvass, the suspect was located and arrested. The gun was not recovered.

N. Linwood Ave., 500 block, Jan. 29. 8:30 p.m. The victim reported that he stepped between his girlfriend and the suspect when they were having a dispute about rent. He said that the suspect tried to hit the girlfriend on the way out, and that he was hit in the eye when he stepped in. The fight escalated; the suspect produced a small knife and tried to cut the victim several times, connecting once and causing a small laceration to the victim’s thigh. The suspect was arrested at the scene.

E. Fayette St., 1400 block, Jan. 31, 1 a.m. The victim said that he and an employee were having an argument about a suspect loitering outside the business. The victim asked the suspect to leave, and the suspect threw a bottle of water at the victim and missed. He fled the scene.

O’Donnell St., 4800 block, Jan. 31, 2:20 a.m. The victim and three of her friends stated that they were assaulted with mace by six unknown females. A taser was recovered at the scene; the suspects fled. Victims refused medical treatment.

Leverton Ave., 3200 block, Jan. 31, 3:47 p.m. The victim said she was home with acquaintances when he was attacked by a woman who hit him in the face with a wine glass. The suspect fled. A warrant was obtained.

Poncabird Ps. 1700 block, Jan. 31, 8:28 p.m. The victim said that he asked the suspect to leave. The suspect left, and then returned with a pickaxe, which he swung at the victim. Other patrons, believed to be the suspect’s friends, got him out of the location and left the scene.

O’Donnell St., 6500 block, Feb. 1, 9 a.m. The victim’s boyfriend grabbed her neck and cut off her airflow. He then allegedly threw her to the ground and banged her head into the floor repeatedly. He began punching her in the face. The suspect fled, but was located and arrested. The victim sustained two black eyes.


2 Comments on "Butchers Hill: Woman robbed while cleaning snow from car"

  1. brian February 23, 2014 at 2:31 pm · Reply

    is the data used in the crime blotter available in excel format? would like to develop a tracking macro, but hoping to avoid the manual input if at all possible.

    • Baltimore Guide February 24, 2014 at 10:23 am · Reply

      Sorry, but no. We get police reports which we then type into a word format.

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