Friday, April 5, 2013
The 18-year-old man is accused of pulling out a pocketknife while making threats.
A Hampden man is accused of shouting racial slurs and threatening a bank security guard with a knife. According to Baltimore police, at 4:10 p.m., on March 28, Charles Knott, 18, allegedly walked up to a security guard working outside the Bank of America, in the 900 block of W. 36th Street, and began spitting, throwing food at and shouting racial epithets at the guard. At one point Knott, of the 3400 block of Buena Vista Avenue, allegedly pulled out a pocketknife and threatened the guard. "Yeah, come on [epithet], I’m talking to you," Knott shouted according to a police report. An officer from the Northern District responded to the scene and arrested Knott. According to electronic court records, Knott faces charges off assault-second …
Friday, February 22, 2013
The assault happened during a party on Johns Hopkins University’s campus.
A man had three teeth knocked out after getting jumped during a party at Johns Hopkins University. According to Baltimore police, at 12:30 a.m., Feb. 16, a man hit a woman during a party on the Homewood campus, in the 3400 block of N. Charles Street. The woman’s boyfriend then confronted the man who hit his girlfriend. At that point, the man struck the boyfriend, who fell to the ground. Two other men then joined in the fight, and started punching and kicking the boyfriend. As a result of the beating, the man had to be taken to the hospital for three missing teeth, bruises and scratches, according to police. The men involved in the attack ran off in an unknown direction. Sign up for our newsletter, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
The assailant took off running after the attack.
A man was sprayed in the face with an unknown chemical in Charles Village. According to police, a man was walking at 7:40 p.m., Nov. 27 in the 2500 block of Maryland Avenue when an assailant approached him. The assailant then sprayed an unknown chemical in he man’s face and ran from the scene. The police report doesn’t indicate if the man was injured or if he was taken for medical treatment. Sign up for our newsletter, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Contact editor Adam Bednar with any news tips. Want to write on your own? Skip the middle man. Join our Local Voices.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
The former owner of the Senator told the court that he is “indigent” and "basically homeless."
The trial date for Tom Kiefaber, who is facing charges including second-degree assault and trespassing, has been postponed until Nov. 5. A Baltimore City District Court judge ordered the trial delayed because the assault charge, which was placed on the stet docket following an incident last year, was just reopened at the behest of the state. Kiefaber also told the judge that he needed time to arrange for a public defender because he is "indigent" and "basically homeless." He would also say in court that the charges were an attempt to harass a private citizen who was advocating for the Senator Theatre. "This is all just basically a show," Kiefaber said. Kiefaber was arrested in August on trespassing charges outside of the Senator Theatre. …
Friday, August 17, 2012
One of the assailants is the ex-girlfriend of the woman’s husband.
A woman was repeatedly sprayed in the face with mace during an argument with two other women on Aug. 9 in Better Waverly. According to a police report, her husband’s ex-girlfriend and the ex-girlfriend’s sister approached the woman, at 6:15 p.m. in the 2600 block of Boone Street. Both the ex-girlfriend and her sister then reportedly took turns spraying mace in the woman’s face before running away. Follow North Baltimore Patch on Facebook and Twitter.