Second degree burglary, Cuckold Point Rd., 9000 block, Sept. 30, 3-11:15 a.m. An unknown suspect gained access to Rowboat Willy’s Dockbar and removed a large banner.
Theft, Dunmanway, 7400 block, Aug. 30, 3 p.m. A man was arrested after he stole two soccer goals from the Lynch Cove Park and took the to a scrap metal recycling plant. Harold Schneider, 46, was charged.
First degree burglary, Ridgeshire Rd., 1200 block, Aug. 30, 8 a.m.-3;30 p.m. An unknown suspect pried open a window and took a shotgun.
Fourth degree burglary, Maxwell Ave., 1800 block, Aug. 29-30, 7 p.m.-4 a.m. An unknown suspect took a Yamaha dirt bike from the front porch.
First degree burglary, Wareham Rd., 2000 block, Aug. 28, 1:37 a.m. A man was arrested after he was reported taking a rose bush from Poor Boys. Wayne Willis, 45, was charged with the burglary.
Fourth degree burglary, German Hill Rd., unit block, Aug. 28, 4:15 a.m. Three men entered the RC Convenience store through an unlocked front door and took cigarettes, candy and ice cream.
Officer Carey Kus of the Baltimore County Police Department provided crime statistics for the North Point Precinct at the Sept. 4 meeting of the Greater Dundalk Alliance.
From July 1-Aug. 30 of this year, there were 11,857 total calls for service; 2,193 of those calls required a police report.
Here is a partial breakdown of that period:
Shoplifting calls: 151
Purse snatching theft calls: 3
Purse theft calls: 1
Motor vehicle theft calls: 32
Identity theft calls: 23
Bike theft calls: 18
Other theft calls: 271
Unarmed robbery calls: 13
Armed robbery calls: 15
Robbery attempt calls: 3
Second-degree assault (non-domestic) calls: 206
Domestic abuse (non-workplace) calls: 76
First-degree burglary calls: 81
Second-degree burglary calls: 33
Third-degree burglary calls: 6
Fourth-degree burglary calls: 75