A handgun, rifle and $2,000 were stolen from the running back’s Reisterstown home between Friday night and Saturday morning.
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Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Burglar helps itself to a television, radio and man’s best friend.
When a burglar broke into a Waverly home the thief wasn’t satisfied with taking the resident’s television and radio—it stole a dog too. According to a police report, between 5:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Nov. 19, in the 3600 block of Old York Road, a burglar broke into a home through the back door. The burglar proceeded to ransack the house, take the above listed property and ran away back out the rear door. The report doesn’t specify any details about the stolen dog. The crime lab was called in to investigae the scene. 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.
Thursday, September 6, 2012
The burglar swiped a class ring but avoided being taken into custody.
A burglar caught in the act in Roland Park told a resident he was there "to fix the plumbing." According to a police report, a burglar entered an apartment in the 500 block of University Parkway through the front door of the residence on Aug. 27, and stole a gold 1968 Johns Hopkins University class ring. The burglar was spotted in the hallway outside of the apartment by the resident, where the burglar explained his presence in the apartment by saying he was there "to fix the plumbing." The burglar then left the building on foot. Follow North Baltimore Patch on Facebook and Twitter.
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
The Cold Spring home of Councilwoman Sharon Green Middleton was burglarized between Friday night and Saturday morning.
Councilwoman Sharon Green Middleton was the victim of a burglary between Friday night and Saturday morning. According to a police report, Middleton’s home in the 5100 block of Yellowwood Drive, in the Cold Spring neighborhood, was broken into after the basement door glass was shattered. The burglar stole various CDs before leaving the house. Middleton, who represents Roland Park and Cross Keys, in North Baltimore, isn’t the only public official to fall victim to a crime in recent memory. In January, a thief tried to break into a car owned by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and her husband Kent Blake, who also live in the Cold Spring neighborhood. But an officer working on the mayor’s protective detail spotted a man trying to break into the…
The schools rear door was pried open at some point during the weekend.
(UPDATE) 3:24 p.m.—The Community School in Remington is trying to move forward following a burglary during the weekend that resulted in six laptop computers being stolen. According to a police report, sometime between 4 p.m. Friday and 6 p.m. Sunday, a burglar was able to pry open the schools’ backdoor because the deadbolt wasn’t engaged and steal five MacBooks, three Mac minis, a video converter, another laptop, a photo scanner and various other computer related items. "It’s a set back for us," Tom Culotta, the school’s president, said. Culotta said the school is in the process of working with its insurance company to determine what it will replace. He said during a phone interview on Tuesday that he was upset because the burglar was …
Monday, July 23, 2012
Ramon Aparece Jr. is being held without bail.
A Waverly man was arrested earlier this month for breaking into his ex-wife's apartment. Police say Ramon Melicor Aparece Jr., 42, of the 600 block of East 37th Street, hired a locksmith to enter his ex-wife's home in the 1000 block of West Lake Avenue in Lake Falls, just north of the city-county line. After the locksmith opened the rear door, Aparece entered the home, according to a police report. He damaged a safe and took a diamond ring and watch, the report said. Aparece was arrested Tuesday, July 17, and charged with first-degree burglary, third-degree burglary, theft and destruction of property. He is currently being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center. — Editor's note: This post has been updated to reflect the…
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
A burglar targeting a Remington home has some bad luck.
A burglar pushed in a Remington home's window-mounted air conditioning unit and found something he wasn’t looking for—the home’s owner. At 11:15 a.m., on July 9, a burglar pushed in an air conditioning unit in the front window of a home in the 200 block of West 31st Street, according to a police report. Once the burglar climbed through the window the owner confronted him. The robber looked up and said, "I have the wrong house." At that pointed the robber was escorted out of the house by the homeowner, according to the police report. Follow North Baltimore Patch on Facebook and Twitter.