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Baltimore Metro Crime: Week of Mar. 1

Check out a roundup of crime stories from around the region.

Owings Mills-Reisterstown

A Reisterstown woman was killed Tuesday night after a motorist threatening to kill himself crashed into her car on Reisterstown Road in front of Franklin High School.  Read the full story on Owings Mills-Reisterstown Patch.

Pikesville

Police say a long-barrel gun was used in a robbery at an area 7-Eleven store. Read the full story on Pikesville Patch.

North Baltimore

A group of bar patrons disarmed a knife-wielding man, although one of them sustained an injury. Read more crime news on North Baltimore Patch.

Towson

A pair of robbers used both a knife and a machete to threaten a victim. Read the full story on Towson Patch.

Lutherville-Timonium

A Chevrolet dealership was burglarized—windows and display cases were smashed, but nothing looked to have been stolen. Read more crime news on Lutherville-Timonium Patch.

Hunt Valley-Cockeysville

Three men broke into a currently vacant home and stole three off-road vehicles, paints, sculptures and antiques then loaded the goods into a mid-sized U-Haul truck. Read more crime news on Hunt Valley-Cockeysville Patch.

Parkville-Overlea

Human remains were discovered near Overlea High School early last week and now police are saying a weekend search turned up more remains. Read the full story on Parkville-Overlea Patch.

Perry Hall

An elderly woman was robbed of her purse in broad daylight outside an area grocery store. Read the full story on Perry Hall Patch.

Essex-Middle River

Police continue to investigate a shooting where an Essex man was found, lying in the street, shot, in a neighborhood. Read the full story Essex-Middle River Patch.

Dundalk

A Dundalk man who teaches in Montgomery County was arrested and charged with possession of child pornography. Read the full story on Dundalk Patch.

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