Baltimore Metro Crime: Week of Oct. 19
Check out what's going on crime-wise around the region.
Obviously stressed after invading a home, a burglar stole blood pressure medication along with a jewelry box. Read more about crime in Arbutus Patch.
A criminal gang is suspected in a spate of thefts from cars in the area. Read more about crime in Catonsville Patch.
A burglar used a homeowner's own luggage to transport stolen electronics and entertainment equipment out of a home. Read about crime in Pikesville Patch.
Two men were robbed of their cell phones at gunpoint. Read more about crime in Towson Patch.
The front passenger side windows of four cars were smashed, but nothing was stolen. Read more about crime in Lutherville-Timonium Patch.
A burglar tried, unsuccessfully, to bust into an auto parts store using a shovel. Maybe he would have had better luck digging? Read more about crime in Hunt Valley Patch.
An Owings Mills High School student who was arrested after he brought a BB gun to school was sent to the Charles Hickey School in Parkville. Read more about crime in Owings Mills-Reisterstown Patch.
A burglar broke into a home and, ignoring expensive fishing rods, tools and eletronics opted only to steal a white ceramic piggy bank containing $10 in change from a bedroom. Read more about crime in Parkville-Overlea Patch.
A man was robbed as he crossed a footbridge—the robber placed the victim in a chokehold and issued a demand: give me your Nikes. Read more about crime in Essex-Middle River Patch.
Police are looking for the public's help in solving an attempted murder that took place in a parking lot. Read more about crime in Dundalk.
A man, alleged to have used a knife in a robbery at White Marsh Mall, was arrested while behind the wheel of a stolen car . Read more about crime in Perry Hall.