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Baltimore County Police DepartmentPrecinct 06 Weekly Significant Events Report
 November 22, 2011Significant Events Report for the week of November 14-20, 2011
Section One: Major Crimes - Robberies
(All Commercial, Street Robberies resulting in injuries,All Robberies related to trends)
DateTimeCCNumber OffenseLocation(Business &Victim Name)SynopsisSuspectInformation
11/14/11165511-318-1157Armed Robbery1000 block Taylor Ave.21234The suspect entered location and demandedmoney from the victim. The suspect had a white t-shirt wrapped around his left hand. The victimrefused to give the suspect money. The suspectgrabbed a pack of cigarettes and fled through thefront door.M/B, tall, large build,bald11/14/11171411-318-1832Armed Robbery1200 block Putty HillAve. 21286The suspect approached the victim stating “Giveme the 50’s and 100’s.” The victim handed thesuspect money. The suspect exited location andfled in a dark older model vehicle.M/B, 30-40, 6-2, largebuild, bald11/15/11010611-319-0082Robbery8700 block LochRaven Blvd. 21234The victim was walking to his vehicle on theparking lot. The suspects approached the victimfrom behind and started punching the victim. Thesuspects knocked the victim to the ground and4 Juvenile MalesArrested.
Information contained in this report should not be a repeat of the information that is contained on the teletype.This report is intended to describe the incident and give an update on the investigation of that incident.Previously reported incidents should not be included except to note further investigative developments.
 
Baltimore County Police DepartmentPrecinct 06 Weekly Significant Events Report
removed $200.000 in cash from his pocket. Allthe suspects were located and arrested.11/15/11140511-319-0989Armed Robbery900 block FairmountAve.21204The suspect passed a note demanding money.The suspect obtained cash and fled on foot.W/M, 25-35, bluebaseball hat, navy blue“Addidas” hoodedsweatshirt.11/15/11185011-319-1526AttemptedRobbery8700 block Loch BendDr. 21234The victim was assisting a pizza delivery guytrying to locate an address. The delivery guy didnot follow the victim. When the victim approachedthe address two suspects surrounded him. One of the suspects tapped the victims pocket and stated,“What do you have for me.” The victim tried tostep back, but one of the suspects grabbed him.The victim punched the suspect, which knockedhim to the ground. The other suspect fled on foot.M/B, mid 20’s, 5-5, 220M/B, 17-20, 6-2, 15011/16/11183811-320-1392Armed Robbery1700 block E. JoppaRd. 21234The suspect entered location through the sidedoor. The suspect displayed a handgun anddemanded money. The suspect then took thevictim and demanded money from the safe. Thesuspect obtained money and fled across theparking lot.M/B, 5-8, 180, blackmask11/19/11130311-323-0788Armed Robbery1200 block Putty HillAve. 21234The suspect put his hand in his coat pocketimplying that he had a weapon and advised thevictim to hand him the money. The suspect leftthe location on foot.M/B., 40’s, 5-11, 200
Section Two: Major Crimes – Burglaries
 All Commercial, Schools, Residential related to trends,Burglaries with high dollar value stolen / weapons stolen
 
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DateTimeCCNumber OffenseLocation(Business & VictimName)SynopsisSuspectInformation
Information contained in this report should not be a repeat of the information that is contained on the teletype.This report is intended to describe the incident and give an update on the investigation of that incident.Previously reported incidents should not be included except to note further investigative developments.
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Baltimore County Police DepartmentPrecinct 06 Weekly Significant Events Report
11/08/11-11/10/112000-110011-318-15291
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DegreeBurglary1000 block DulaneyValley Rd. 21204The suspect entered the unlocked residence andremoved property.Unknown11/15/11123611-319-07961
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DegreeBurglary1300 block Taylor Ave.21234The suspect entered the residence through a rear window. The suspect waited until the victimreturned home. The suspect assaulted the victimby repeatedly punching in the face and head. Thesuspect is the victim’s former friend. Officer Holmesobtained a warrant for the suspect.1 Adult Male Identified11/16/11191611-320-14601
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DegreeBurglary1700 block Orlando Rd.21234An unknown suspect entered the residence throughan unlocked front door. The suspect went throughdresser drawers in the bedroom and removedproperty from the living room.Unknown11/16/11113611-320-07241
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DegreeBurglary700 block GallingtonLane 21204Maintenance workers located the suspects insidean apartment. The suspects fled, but they were alllocated and charged. The suspects are juveniles.1 Juvenile Male & 2Juvenile FemalesCharged.11/19/11-11/20/110700-011511-324-01151
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DegreeBurglary1300 block Taylor Ave.21234An unknown suspect used a rock to smash awindow to the rear basement door. The suspectremoved property from the location.Unknown11/20/11190111-324-12762
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DegreeBurglary1200 block Putty HillAve. 21286The suspect removed the hinge pins from the rear door to enter location. The suspect placed propertyinto a large bag and fled. The suspect was later located and arrested.1 Adult Male Arrested11/15/11124711-319-10013
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DegreeBurglaryUnit Block Ashlar Hill Ct.21234The suspects used an unknown tool to break intothe front sliding glass door. Once inside, the alarmsounded and the suspects fled through the frontdoor. A neighbor saw the suspects and questionedwhat they were doing. The suspects stated theywere from Wells Fargo and the location wasforeclosed. This was verified to be false. Thesuspects left in a white van.2-B/M’s, 40’s, 5-5 to 5-6, black hair,1-B/F, 30’s, black shirt, jeans, black dreds,large build.10/27/11-11/08/11Unk-170011-318-03834
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DegreeBurglary600 block W.Chesapeake Ave. 21204An unknown suspect removed property from theresidence.Unknown
Information contained in this report should not be a repeat of the information that is contained on the teletype.This report is intended to describe the incident and give an update on the investigation of that incident.Previously reported incidents should not be included except to note further investigative developments.
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