Neighborhood Watch: South

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Robbery
200 block S. Carey St., Monday, Oct. 17, 7:30 p.m.: A man was held up at gunpoint of his wallet and cash.

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1200 block W. Pratt St., Monday, Oct. 17, 7:50 p.m.: A man tried to hold up another man at gunpoint but fled without taking anything.

Unit block E. Cross St., Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2:38 a.m.: A man was arrested after punching another man and stealing his watch.

700 block Washington Blvd., Wednesday, Oct. 19, 7:49 p.m.: Two men held up an office at gunpoint and stole a laptop computer, cash and candy.

1300 block McHenry St., Thursday, Oct. 20, 1:30 p.m.: A man tried to hold up another man at gunpoint. They scuffled, and the victim suffered a cut lip. Police arrested the suspect.

1500 block Ramsay St., Friday, Oct. 21, 2:42 p.m.: A man walked into a bar with a shotgun, fired a round into the ceiling, and robbed people of their cash and cell phones.

1200 block Washington Blvd., Friday, Oct. 21, 7:09 p.m.: A woman was held up at gunpoint. The suspect took her cigarettes and fled.

1500 block Cole St., Saturday, Oct. 22, 8 a.m.: A woman got a call from her alarm company, so she went home and found a man in her house. He held her up, took her wallet and fled out the back door. He had gotten into the house through the basement bathroom window.

Aggravated assault
1900 block Wilkens Ave., Monday, Oct. 17, 12:05 p.m.: A man hit his girlfriend on the back of the head with a beer bottle. He was arrested.

1800 block McHenry St., Friday, Oct. 21, 10:30 p.m.: A man was arrested for attacking his girlfriend, trying to strangle her, then holding a knife to her throat, then asking her if she was all right.

1100 block Sargeant St., Sunday, Oct. 22, 11 p.m.: A woman’s boyfriend came home drunk, punched and pushed her and threw a glass bottle at her while she was holding their child, hitting her in the back of the head. He was arrested.

Burglary
800 block Washington Blvd., Monday, Oct. 17, 7:50 a.m.: Someone broke into a house and stole DVDs, video games and an XBox console.

1300 block Hull St., Monday, Oct. 17, 8:20 a.m.: Someone broke into a house and stole a television and cash.

800 block Ramsay St., Monday, Oct. 17, 3:45 p.m.: A man was arrested for burglary; property stolen was not listed.

800 block W. Pratt St., Tuesday, Oct. 18, 12:30 a.m.: Someone broke into an apartment; property stolen was not listed.

600 block S. Monroe St., Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2:50 p.m.: Someone broke into a house. Nothing was taken.

300 block Woodyear St., Wednesday, Oct. 19, 7:15 a.m.: Someone broke into a house through a rear window and stole televisions, video games and a camera.

Unit block S. Carey St., Wednesday, Oct. 19, 4:30 p.m.: Someone entered a house without permission. Nothing was stolen and there were no signs of forced entry.

1500 block E. Clement St., Friday, Oct. 21, 12:50 p.m.: A woman said she saw a man walking toward her house and she locked the front door. The man tried to get in the front door and then walked around to the back and got in the kitchen window. The woman fled her house. There is a warrant out for the suspect’s arrest.

Stolen auto
1500 block William St., Sunday, Oct. 16, 7:50 p.m.: Someone stole a 2007 Toyota.

1800 block Hollins St., Wednesday, Oct. 19, 3 p.m.: Someone tried to steal a 1983 GMC truck.

1200 block Glyndon Ave., Friday, Oct. 21, 2 a.m.: Someone stole a 2000 Chevy.

Larceny
Unit block E. Cross St., Sunday, Oct. 16, 1:30 a.m.: A woman told police that as she was getting out of a cab she dropped her wallet. Someone later picked up the wallet and used the credit cards at shops around the neighborhood.

700 block Washington Blvd., Tuesday, Oct. 18, 6:38 p.m.: Someone shoplifted lotion and hair gel.

2700 block Port Covington Dr., Tuesday, Oct. 18, 11:30 p.m.: A woman was arrested for shoplifting makeup and clothing.

1700 block W. Pratt St., Thursday, Oct. 20, 8 p.m.: Someone stole toys and holiday decorations from a warehouse, using a key to enter. The owner suspects a former employee.

2700 block Port Covington Dr., Saturday, Oct. 22, 5:25 p.m. A woman was arrested for shoplifting. Store employees saw her put merchandise in her bag, then go through the checkout line paying for food items. She was arrested while trying to leave the store with makeup and clothing that she did not pay for.

Larceny from auto
Stolen from various vehicles parked in various places, but especially the tourist areas of Federal Hill: three GPS, two laptop computers, an iPod, a watch, radio, purse, wallet, bank cards, a phone charger and clothing. Police continue to suggest that motorists take their possessions out of their cars, or failing that, put them out of sight before leaving their cars parked on the streets or in garages.

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

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