N. Milton Ave., 200 block, June 24, 6:26 p.m. The variety store stated that the suspect entered through a side door, approached the counter, and displayed a silver handgun. He demanded money. The victim initially hid behind the register, but then complied and handed over the money. The suspect took it and fled.

E. Baltimore St., 3100 block, June 26, 9:22 a.m. The victim said that the a male suspect entered the grocery store and demanded money. The victim said, “You sure?” The suspect shoved him to the ground and pulled out a gun. Another male suspect acted as a lookout, and then removed money from the cash register. The victim got to his machete and a struggle ensued with the first suspect, who then fled. The second suspect also fled.

S. Linwood Ave., 400 block, June 28, 11:45 p.m. The two male victims were walking home when two male suspects approached. The suspects pushed one of the victims and took his backpack. They also removed the other victim’s property. The suspects fled.

Fagley St., 200 block, June 28, 11:52 p.m. A man told police he was walking when a suspect approached, displayed a black handgun, and demanded money. The victim, believing the gun to be a fake, refused. The suspect then punched him in the face, knocking him to the ground. The suspect took his property from his pockets and fled.


Brown Ave., 6300 block, June 23, 5 p.m. The victim told police that someone used a tool to force open the rear, boarded-up window. The suspect gained entry and exited through the basement door. No property was taken.

S. Eaton St., 100 block, June 24, 2 a.m. The victim was asleep when she awoke to a loud noise. She saw a man holding her wallet and looking at her. She started screaming, and the man laughed. He dropped her wallet and fled. The woman’s husband, asleep in another room, woke up and found a second suspect on the way out of another bedroom. He gave chase but lost the suspects. Missing was a total of $43 in cash.

Hornel St., 400 block, June 25, 3:30 p.m. An unknown suspect pushed in a board to the rear door and then turned the lock through the hole in the door. The suspect stole power tools.

Bank St., 2200 block, June 26, 9 a.m. Someone entered the rear yard of the location, cut a screen to the side window, and gained entry. The suspect then stole electronics.

N. Montford Ave., unit block, June 26, 12:10 p.m. A woman was walking when she saw a man open the front window to a house. The man did not see the witness but fled anyway, possibly due to his fear of the victim’s dog. The victim heard her dog and came downstairs to find the window lock broken and the window pushed up.

N. Glover St., 500 block, June 26, 12:20 p.m. A woman reports that she came home and found her bedroom unlocked and ransacked. The back door to the location was also unlocked.

Fait Ave., 3400 block, June 27, 12:05 p.m. A caller told police that a man dressed in black was breaking into the location. Police arrived to find the rear door glass shattered and entry gained. The owner was notified; he reported that jewelry was taken.

E. Baltimore St., 2900 block, June 27, 1:45 p.m. A man told police that came home to find the rear window open and various electronics missing from his living room coffee table.

N. Bradford St., 500 block, June 28, 8:30 a.m. A woman reported that she came home from work at 9 p.m. The next morning at 9 a.m., she noticed property missing. Someone had entered the front window by prying it open.

Boston St., 2300 block, June 28, 1:20 p.m.. A man sai d that he returned home to find the screen on the second floor up. Various electronics and sunglasses were missing.

N. Glover St., 400 block, June 28, 7:25 p.m. Police responded to a call for a burglary in progress, and arrived to find two suspects standing outside of an open side window. The suspects were arrested at the scene; no property was reported missing.

N. Linwood Ave., 900 block, June 28, 8 p.m. A man told police that he found a torn window screen and fingerprints on some of his windowsills. Entry had been attempted, but not gained.

N. Highland Ave., 100 block, June 28, 11 p.m. A man said that he came home to find that someone had entered through an unsecured rear window and stolen a laptop and flatscreen TV from his basement.

S. Washington St., 300 block, June 29, 3:20 a.m. A woman told police that she heard the front door screen shut in the wee hours of the morning. She found both the front window and front door open. An unknown person had entered through the window and left through the door, without taking property.

S. Decker Ave., 800 block, June 29, 4 a.m. A woman reported that someone entered her home while she slept and took $200 in cash from her purse.

One Comment on "Crime"

  1. Anonymous July 24, 2013 at 12:38 pm · Reply

    The crimes in the city do not surprise me. When my family lived there it was halfway decent. The then acting Mayor had more on the ball and took care of business. Baltimore grew and flourished. After he left the position it was one incompetent mayor after another and crime in the city was almost ignored. The crime at the Inner Harbor is a disgrace and what is even more a disgrace is the fact that the city does not allow the crime information known because of fear of the loss of business, The pick pockets, the peddlers and the thieves are enormously present once you are there. Where are the police? Why isn’t anything done about the crime? We moved in 1980 along with thousands of other residents who couldn’t take anymore. I can imagine what it’s like now. Soon there will be no Baltimore and that is very sad. Due to people who are put in office, people who are corrupt and incompetent, Baltimore will never be the same as the once thriving city used to be.

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