Neighborhood Watch SOBO: Man loses pants after dispute

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Robbery
1800 block Jackson St., Sunday, Oct. 9, 9:05 p.m.: A man was robbed at knifepoint of his cash, food, phone and keys.

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300 block S. Woodyear St., Sunday, Oct. 9, 3:30 p.m.: Two boys walked into a store and bought candy. One of the boys stayed behind and tried to get behind the counter, was stopped, and then tried to reach into the cash register. Failing that, he hit the counterman and ran from the store.

500 block Parkin St., Wednesday, Oct. 12, 10:40 p.m.: A man approached a female cabbie and asked for change for $20. She said she did not have any change and started to close the door of her cab. The man grabbed the door, preventing her from closing it, pulled a gun and said “You know what time this is, b——, kick that ——out.” She gave the robber her cash, and then the robber demanded the key to her cab, which she also gave him.

Police investigating homicide: Asking public to call or text info if possible

S. Calhoun Street, 200 block, Monday, Oct. 10, 10:12 p.m. Police responded to a call regarding a shooting, and found a 17-year-old boy suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to the torso. He was taken to ShockTrauma, but was pronounced dead at 11:08 p.m.

According to reports, the victim was in the rear even side of the 1400 block of Kuper Place. No information about suspects or motive is available, however, and nor is information on any previous criminal history of the victim.

Those with information on the incident can contact the Baltimore Police Department’s Homicide Division at 410-396-2100, or can anonymously contact Metro CrimeStoppers at 866-7-LOCKUP (866-756-2587). Text messages can also be sent to Metro CrimeStoppers by sending to CRIMES (274637) and then entering the message starting with MCS.

800 block Ryan St., Thursday, Oct. 13, 10:25 p.m.: A man was held at gunpoint in his house and robbed of his wallet, cash and phone.
1100 block Light St., Friday, Oct. 14, 7:30 p.m.: A store was robbed of clothing.

Aggravated assault
800 block W. Lombard St., Sunday, Oct. 9, 3:30 a.m.: A woman and her ex-boyfriend fought and when she tried to leave he stopped her and threatened to throw her belongings out the window, then picked up a stick and swung it at her. He was arrested.

Burglary
1700 block W. Pratt St., Monday, Oct. 10, 7:15 a.m.: Someone broke into a house and stole cash.

1700 block Light St., Tuesday, Oct. 11, 6:20 a.m.: A man broke into a room in a rooming house and fell asleep. When he awoke police arrested him.

200 block S. Fremont Ave., Monday, Oct. 11, 2:10 p.m.: Someone broke into a house and stole laptop computers and iPads.

1600 block Ramsay St., Wednesday, Oct. 12, 5 a.m.: Someone broke into a house and stole netbook computers.

‘Baskets of Plenty’ donations needed

The Southern District Police Community Relations Council meets on Thursday, Nov. 16 with buffet opening 6:30 and meeting at 7 p.m.

The SDPCRC is also planning its “Baskets of Plenty” and is beginning to collect canned goods and non-perishable foods.

Information on drop-off of donations, what is acceptable to donate and more is available by getting in touch with Jack Baker jackbaker@sdpcrc.org, 443-831-0538, www.sdpcrc.org.

1700 block Light St., Wednesday, Oct. 12, 9 a.m.: Someone broke into a rooming house and stole a television and microwave.

1900 block Lemmon St., Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2 p.m.: A man was arrested for breaking into a house and stealing a television.

1000 block W. Barre St., Thursday, Oct. 13, 8:30 a.m.: Someone broke into a house and stole a laptop, wallet and Wii game console.

100 block S. Mount St., Friday, Oct. 14, 11:45 p.m.: Someone broke into a house through a third floor window and stole cash, a television and watches.

Stolen auto
William and Cross streets, Sunday, Oct. 9, 1 p.m.: Someone stole a 2004 Toyota.

Larceny
500 block W. Pratt St., Sunday, Oct. 9, 11:30 p.m.: A couple argued after returning from dinner, and the man went to take a shower. The woman stole his fire department turnout gear valued at $15,000, put it in the trunk of her car and drove off. The man tried several times to reach her by phone and his calls were not returned. A warrant is out for her arrest.

100 block S. Paca St., Wednesday, Oct. 12, 5:30 p.m.: Someone stole a wallet containing cash and identification from an office.

1400 block Battery Ave., Thursday, Oct. 13, 9:30 p.m.: A bicycle was stolen.

Larceny from auto
Stolen from various vehicles parked in various places: A GPS, a manhole cover, clothing, an iPad, camera, stereo and a pair of pants with change in the pocket.

This week’s Neighborhood Watch was compiled by Jacqueline Watts.

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