N. Milton Ave., 500 block, May 29, 2 p.m. An unknown suspect crawled through the victim’s second-floor window and removed a 32-inch flatscreen TV. The window latch to the room had been already broken, and the next door neighbor’s balcony afforded easy access to the window.
E. Baltimore St., 1600 block, May 30, 1:08 a.m. A man threw a brick through the front glass door, entered, scattered property around, and fled. No property was reported taken from the business.
E. Baltimore St., 1600 block, May 30, 1:08 a.m. An interior door in the above business had been locked but forced open. That door led to a separate business. The suspect took $160 from the separate business.
E. Lombard St., 4700 block, May 16, 2:30 p.m. Unknown persons entered the property’s front gate with a key and code, entered, and took four 12-volt, deep-cell batteries, valued at $1,500.
N. Luzerne Ave., 400 block, May 30, 7:15 p.m. The victim said that she heard a noise coming from upstairs, went to investigate, and confronted a male suspect, who then fled the scene. He had entered through an unlocked, rear, first-floor window.
Claremont Ave., 3500 block, May 31, 5:36 a.m. After reviewing security footage, it was discovered that an unknown male suspect had used an unknown tool to break the side window of the business. He took $200; various brands of cigarettes valued at $2,000; and a computer.
Gusryan St., 1200 block, May 31, 2 p.m. The site foreman reported that someone broke into a small storage trailer that had been locked and secured and stole some tools.
Aliceanna St., 1000 block, May 24, 1:50 a.m. Officers responded to the hotel for an out-of-control female. Upon arrival, the female began screaming racist statements at the officers. When they tried to escort her from the hotel, she threw her purse at the back of one of the officer’s heads, then struck him in the eye with an open hand. Once in the district holding cell, she repeatedly spit on herself so no one would touch her, and kicked the door to the cell, causing damage.
S. Broadway, 100 block, May 26, 5:15 p.m. The victim said that he was waiting in the parking lot of the store for charity workers to drop off food for homeless citizens. The suspect walked up to him and began talking to him in Spanish. The victim, who does not speak Spanish, told the suspect to leave him alone, at which point the suspect pulled out a serrated folding knife and swung it at him. The victim ran towards the street and called police; the suspect went into the store. He was arrested.
N. Kenwood Ave., 100 block, May 26, 7:55 p.m. The victim and her roommate got into a heated dispute. The roommate threw a 12-ounce drinking glass at her but missed. She then picked up the broken glass pieces and threw it at her, causing a laceration. The suspect fled but later returned and was arrested. She had been drinking earlier in the evening. The victim was taken to the hospital and required stitches.
S. Broadway, 100 block, May 27, 3:20 p.m. The victim and his mother were leaving a business when they were approached by an unknown female of an unknown age, and three males, ages approximately 18-20. The woman said, “What are you lookin at?” The victim’s mother does not speak English, so he told the group that he and his mother did not want any trouble. The suspect began fighting the mother; the son tried to separate them, and at that point the male suspects started punching him. Both victims were punched repeatedly.
E. Fayette St., 1700 block, May 27, 10:45 p.m. The victim said that he was driving home and was stopped at a light when he heard a loud noise and then felt a force against his door, and the window shattered. He said that he heard a second loud noise, and the driver-side window broke. He said that at that point a Subaru Legacy, driven by a man, drove by and overtook him. The victim said that he stopped at a gas station to get cigarettes, and then drove home, where he realized his car had been shot.
Kane St., 100 block, May 28, 10 a.m. The victim was driving his work vehicle when a male juvenile threw rocks at it while it was in motion. The window was shattered. During an area canvass, the juvenile suspect was found and taken into custody.
Bethel Ct., 200 block, May 29, 11 p.m. The victim was assaulted by the suspect, her boyfriend, who allegedly stabbed her multiple times in the head, face and body area. The suspect was found to have lacerations to his wrist and head as well. Both the victim and the suspect, who was arrested, were transported to the hospital for treatment. The cause of the assault is unknown.
Mt. Pleasant Ave., 3600 block, May 30, 10 a.m. The victim said that he came to the location to buy drugs, and engaged in a conversation with the suspect, who pulled out a knife, stabbed the victim in the left side of the head, and fled the scene. The victim was transported to the hospital; an area canvass was negative.
S. Broadway, 100 block, May 31, 4:12 p.m. The female victim was walking to the store with a male acquaintance when a female acquaintance jumped out of a car, accompanied by her boyfriend and his brother. The three began to hit and kick the victim and her friend, and one of the suspects produced a knife and attempted to slash them with it. The victim was taken to the hospital with injuries to her eye, tongue and shoulder. The female suspect was arrested.
Larceny from Auto
Larcenies from auto were reported at the following locations: E. Pratt St., 900 block; N. Front St., unit block; E. Lombard St., 3900 block; S. Patterson Park Ave., unit block; E. Baltimore St., 800 block; Low St., 800 block; S. Robinson St., unit block; S. Eden St., 600 block; S. Broadway, 600 block; N. Linwood Ave., 500 block; Granby St., 1100 block; Lancaster St., 1000 block; N. Milton Ave., 400 block; Lancaster St., 1500 block; N. Milton Ave., unit block; S. Eden St., 300 block; S. Curley St., 100 block; Foster Ave., 2700 block; S. Eden St., 300 block; S. Broadway, 800 block; O’Donnell St., 2700 block; N. Milton Ave., 200 block; Eastbourne Ave., 6400 block; N. Washington St., unit block, six incidents; Gough St., 2200 block.
Editor’s note: The Baltimore Guide was unable to obtain the police log for June 1-7. What follows is the portion of last week’s log, May 25-31, which was cut from last week’s Baltimore Guide to fit the space.