Wednesday, February 13, 2013
The robbers stole cash and cigarettes from a 7-Eleven and Royal Farms store on the same night.
A pair of robbers is behind bars after knocking off two North Baltimore convenience stores in North Baltimore. According to police, after 10- p.m. Feb. 7, the robbers targeted the 7-Eleven, located 630 W. 33rd Street. The robbers walked into the store and one of them pointed a handgun and demanded an employee open the safe. Another robber then went behind the counter and stole cigarettes and cash from the register. After that both of the thieves ran out of the store. Then, just after 11 p.m., the same burglars barged into the Royal Farms store, located at 1119 W. 41st Street, again armed with a gun. One of the robbers announced: "Everything in the store is free. Get out this is a robbery." The customers ran out of the store, and the …
Thursday, October 11, 2012
The robbers were armed with a silver handgun.
The 7-Eleven in Wyman Park was robbed at gunpoint, and the robbers made off cash and Newport cigarettes. The robbers entered the store at 4:20 p.m., Oct. 2 in the 600 block of West 33rd Street armed with a silver handgun. The robbers ordered the employees to open both cash registers and put the money in a black bag. After taking the money the robbers also put cigarettes in the bag as well. After taking the cigarettes the robbers got in a green vehicle and drove away.
Thursday, September 6, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Baltimore City Police Department. In cases where a criminal charge is noted, the information provided does not indicate a conviction.
Belvedere Square Larceny from Auto: 500 block of East Belvedere Avenue, 5:48 p.m., Aug. 26. A woman saw a thief remove a bike from her carrack and ride off on it. Charles Village Robbery Unarmed: 100 block of East 26th Street, 9:55 p.m., Aug. 28. A woman was walking when a robber approached her and said give me your money. The woman dropped her purse and the robber picked it up and ran east on 26th Street. Larceny Bicycle: 3300 block of St. Paul Street, between 3:30 and 9 p.m., Aug. 29. A thief cut the lock from a bike and stole it from the bike rack. Evesham Park Recovered Stolen Auto: 700 block Evesham Avenue, 10:25 a.m., Aug. 28. A white 2003 Dodge Caravan was recovered. Hampden Burglary Residential: 3400 block of Keswick Road, between …
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
According to the Maryland Lottery officials, the winners of the historic $656 million jackpot watched the lottery news unfolding, came up with a plan, and went to the lottery headquarters in Baltimore with a financial adviser.
On March 30, a 20-year-old public school employee found a winning Mega Millions lottery ticket among the 60 she had spread out on the floor. "Once I realized one was a winner, I called my two friends right away," she said in a Maryland Lottery news release Tuesday. The three have decided to remain anonymous. She and another winner, a man in his 40s, went over to the third friend's house—a woman in her 50s—to plan how to claim their winnings, the release states. The three friends, all public school employees, had gone in on a pool together to purchase the 60 tickets for the historic $656 million Mega Millions jackpot, lottery officials said. They bought the Maryland winning ticket earlier that evening at the 7-Eleven located at 8014 …