Neighborhood Watch: Southeast

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S. Regester Street, 200 block, November 26, 1:40 a.m. Three men told police they were walking home when a Ford Expedition pulled up and a group of men got out and yelled, “Baltimore Police,” despite the fact that they were not in uniform and in fact, that one was wearing a T-shirt that said “Puerto Rico” and jeans. They pulled a gun and robbed the men to cash, phones and more. One had a police badge around his neck. Two men were described as white, and one as black, all about 30 years of age.

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Brentwood Avenue, 6700 block, November 26, 3:02 a.m. A convenience store employee told police a man had entered the store and threatened him with a knife, saying, “Give me the money.” He fled with scratch-off lottery tickets.

S. Regester Street, 200 block, November 25, 2:34 a.m. A man told police he and his friend were out walking when a green Ford truck, possibly an Explorer or an Expedition, pulled up and two men got out and said, “We are the police.” They robbed the two men of cash and other items, then fled in the truck.

Stiles Street, 800 block, November 25, 8:35 p.m. A man told police he was approached by a second man who was wearing a mask and pulled a black revolver and said, “Drop what you have and sit on your butt.” The man handed over his car key but when the suspect saw other people approaching, he fled.

Mt. Pleasant Avenue, 3400 block, November 22, 2:30 a.m. A man told police he was out walking when a man walked up to him and said, “Take it off or I will f-— you up.” The first man pulled down his pants and the suspect took his wallet, key and cash, then fled.

N. Ann Street, 100 block, November 22, 11:25 a.m. A man told police he was at home when he heard a nose and thought it was his brother. A man he did not know entered the room and said, “Don’t move; I am going to kill you.” He implied he had a weapon and said, “Where’s the f-–ing money?” and “I want the laptop and give me the cord too.” He robbed the man of his phone and computer, then fled.

Pulaski Highway, 3300 block, November 21, 1:30 p.m. A woman told police her ex-boyfriend had pulled up in a white Jeep with temporary tags, jumped out and grabbed $200 cash out of her hands and then drove away. A warrant was issued for his arrest.

S. Curley Street, unit block, November 21, 7:20 p.m. A cashier in a bar told police she was on duty when a man known to the staff, and who had been drinking for about an hour, had walked behind the register and said, “I’m gonna do it.” The cashier told the man she would get him whatever he wanted, but he pushed her away and tried to take money from the register. The bar owner told police he had not given the man permission to do this. A warrant was issued for the suspect’s arrest. On November 21, the same suspect walked behind the bar of a second establishment owned by the same people (this one located in the 2700 block of E. Fayette Street) and took $1,700 cash. The incident was captured on surveillance camera.

Bank Street, 1700 block, November 20, 7:11 p.m. A woman told police she was out walking when she heard people behind her. She turned around and one man grabbed her while another pulled a gun on her. They grabbed her purse and fled.

S. Bethel Street, 800 block, November 20, 2 a.m. A man and woman told police they were out walking when two men approached them and pulled a gun, threatening them. They robbed them their keys, cash and phones. Another man and woman were later robbed in the area by the suspects fitting the same description and using the same method. One suspect was described as wearing a Steelers sweatshirt.

Holabird Avenue, 6600 block, November 20, 5:16 p.m. A sub shop employee told police a man entered, implied he had a weapon and said, “Open the drawer and give me the money.” Another employee said, “We can’t give you that. It’s not ours.” The suspect looked angry and said, “I’ll be back” and walked away.

Aggravated Assault
S. Conkling Street, unit block, November 26, 2:40 a.m. A woman told police she was asleep when her boyfriend came home drunk and started screaming at her. She told him to be quiet and he grabbed a kitchen knife, put it to her throat and said, “I will kill you, I will kill you,” then punched her in the head. He then went into another room. Police arrested him a few minutes later.

Holabird Avenue, 6500 block, November 24, 2:30 a.m. Two women told police a man had approached them on the street, pointed a gun at them and said, “Y’all get the f-— out of here before I shoot your f-—ing asses.” Police were called and approached the man’s home. He came out, screaming, “I ain’t got no gun.” Officers found two rounds of buckshot in his jacket pocket, and the man said, “You can search the house; I ain’t got no gun.” The gun was found leaning against the wall to the officer’s right. The suspect was arrested.

N. Curley Street, 600 block, November 21, 12:40 p.m. Police on patrol heard gunshots and went to investigate. They found bullet holes in the front door of a house and went inside to investigate. A woman told them where the gun was and how to find it, and police recovered it, then discovered it had been stolen in Anne Arundel County. Green plantlike material was also found in the house at the same time. A man in the house told police two men had entered the house and fired their own gun at them, and that he had used the gun in the house to defend himself before both suspects fled. He eventually confessed to police the gun in the house and the drugs were his. He was arrested.

S. Conkling Street, 100 block, November 20, 2:09 a.m. Police responded to a call about disorderly behavior outside a bar. A man told them he had been pushed out of the bar for being loud, and that he had been knocked down by a security guard and sustained a cut on his shoulder.

S. Washington Street, 300 block, November 27, 10:35 p.m. Someone entered a home, possibly through a back door, and took a TV, computers, action figures, immigration paperwork and a charger.

Mueller Street, 3300 block, November 25, 9:45 a.m. Someone entered a home through a front window and took a phone, computer and cash.

E. Fayette Street 4500 block, November 21, 6:30 a.m. Someone broke into a business through the front door and took equipment including welding leads, extension cords, scales, air hoses and various tools.

S. Newkirk Street, 1600 block, November 21, 7:45 a.m. Someone pried the door off a commercial trailer and spray painted “F– you” on the interior walls.

Jefferson Street, 2400 block, November 19, 10 a.m. Someone entered a home from a back door and took $2,500 worth of kitchen cabinets.

Boston Street, 2600 block, November 26, 11:57 p.m. Someone stole a bicycle from a parking garage.

S. Duncan Street, 200 block, November 25, 8 p.m. Someone entered a yard through a rear fence and took a mountain bike.

E. Fayette Street, 1300 block, November 25, 3:50 p.m. A man was arrested for trying to steal two “Extremely Me” pink watches from a discount store.

Fleet Street, 2100 block, November 25, 4:16 p.m. A liquor store employee told police a man had walked in, grabbed two 1/2-gallon bottles of vodka, then fled.

S. Bond Street, 500 block, November 25, 2:20 a.m. A man told police a suspect had approached him and said, “Is that apple pie you’re eating?” and the man replied it was. The suspect then took his pie and his wallet, and then fled.

S. Exeter Street, 600 block, November 24, 12:38 p.m. A man tried to shoplift 16 Red Bull drinks from a drugstore, but a bystander reported him. He was arrested after a brief foot chase in which the Red Bull did not help him.

Eastern Avenue, 4900 block, November 24, 1 a.m. A man told police he was at a hospital in the emergency room when someone stole his jacket, wallet and cash.

N. Linwood Avenue, 100 block, November 23, 2:55 p.m. A woman told police the man sitting next to her in the library had taken her cell phone while she had it plugged into the wall to charge.

Eastern Avenue, 6300 block, November 21, 7 p.m. A man ran into a convenience store, grabbed a Tastykake and ran out.

Eastern Avenue, 6400 block, November 21, 7 a.m. A business found they were missing $51,000. A suspect was named.

Larceny from Auto
GPS: 21; Money orders: 2; Handicap hang tag: 1; Victoria’s Secret lingerie: 1 bag full; Shoes: 1 pair; Cash: $97; Wallet: 2; Handgun Permit: 1; Purse: 1; mp3: 9; Designer Sunglasses: 2; Prescriptions: 1; Phone: 14; CDs: Many; Cologne: 1; Computer: 11; Gym bag with sweaty clothes: 2; Man necklace: 1; Camera: 2
Game system: 1; Nothing: 14; Radio: 3
Keys: 3; Golf Clubs (Calloway): 1 set; Mints from Starbucks: 1 tin

Neighborhood Watch was compiled by Mary Helen Sprecher.

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