Neighborhood Watch: South

Written by on December 28, 2011 in Neighborhood Watch - South - 1 Comment

How low can you go?
1300 block S. Charles St., Wednesday, Dec. 21, 9:15 p.m.: Someone walked into the Church of the Advent and stole the coats, toys, boots and clothing that had been collected for the needy.

Robbery
1800 block S. Hanover St., Tuesday, Dec. 20: A man walking from his car was approached by two men who demanded his wallet. The victim refused and punched one of the suspects in the face. The other suspect pushed the victim and stole his iPhone. Both victims fled.

Carjacking
1800 block Washington Blvd., Tuesday, Dec. 20, 4:20 a.m.: A man took a 1992 Honda Accord from its driver at knifepoint.

Aggravated Assault
100 block S. Monroe St., Sunday, Dec. 18, 8:26 p.m.: A man sitting on the steps with friends was shot in the foot and right cheek.

Burglary
300 block Otterbein St., Friday, Dec. 23, 1 p.m.: Someone broke into a home and stole jewelry.

1000 block S. Hanover St., Tuesday, Dec. 20, 6:20 p.m. A man tried to break into a house through a side window was confronted by the resident’s boyfriend. The suspect walked away.

1700 block Light St., Saturday, Dec. 24, noon: A man told police that he walked into his garage and found his neighbor there with various belongings in his arms. The suspect dropped the things and left. Police have obtained a warrant.

Larceny
Unit block W. Barney St., Saturday, Dec. 24, 8 p.m.: Someone stole keys and a wallet containing a Maryland driver’s license and a bank card.

100 block E. Churchill St., Tuesday, Dec. 20, 6:55 p.m.: Two women grabbed another woman’s purse and fled north on Light St. Police are following up.

900 block Washington Blvd., Tuesday, Dec. 20, 9 p.m.: Someone broke into a car and stole a GPS, EZ-Pass transponder and a handicap hang tag.

600 block S. Charles St., Monday, Dec. 19, 12:15 p.m.: A witness told police that he had seen a man break the window of a parked car. The suspect was arrested at a medical office where he had gone for treatment of cuts on his hand.

Neighborhood Watch was compiled by Jacqueline Watts.

One Comment on "Neighborhood Watch: South"

  1. Anonymous January 3, 2012 at 9:26 pm · Reply

    RUE CHRISTIANS DON’T PARTICIPATE IN “COMMUNITY HARASSMENT …..JESUS DID NOT COMMAND YOU TO FOLLOW PEOPLE AROUND IN STORES AND STALK THEM…YOU ARE NOT DOING GODS WORK…..NOR DID HE TELL YOU TO GOSSIP..GANGSTALKING IS THE DEVILS WORK…..THEIR ARE MANY INNOCENT TARGETS OUT THERE…SMARTEN UP

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