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Baltimore County Police Department Precinct 06 Weekly Significant Events Report

February 21, 2012 Significant Events Report for the week of February 06-12, 2012
Section One: Major Crimes - Robberies
(All Commercial, Street Robberies resulting in injuries, All Robberies related to trends)

Date

Time

CC Number
12-038-1463

Offense

Location (Business & Victim Name)


Putty Hill Ave. & LaSalle Rd. 21286

Synopsis

Suspect Information
2-B/Ms, 16-18, 5-8

02/07/12

1853

Robbery

02/12/12

2114

12-043-1231

Armed Robbery

800 block Goucher Blvd. 21234

Two suspects approached the victim who was waiting for the bus. The suspects began punching the victim and stole his property. The victim had several cuts and a tooth knocked out. The suspect entered the location, approached the victim, displayed a handgun and demanded money. The suspect obtained cash and fled on foot.

M, wearing skeleton mask, black hoody, and blue jeans.

Section Two: Major Crimes Burglaries


All Commercial, Schools, Residential related to trends, Burglaries with high dollar value stolen / weapons stolen

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 Department Precinct 06 Weekly Significant Events Report


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Date

Time

CC Number
12-038-1342

Offense

Location (Business & Victim Name)


1300 block Halstead Rd. 21234

Synopsis

Suspect Information
Unknown

02/07/12

08101710

1st Degree Burglary

Unknown suspects broke the front basement window to enter the residence. The suspects took property. An unknown suspect used a brick to break the glass to the side door and entered the residence. The suspect ransacked the residence. Property was taken from the family room. The victim will conduct an inventory to determine if additional property was taken. An unknown suspect broke into the location by making a hole in the drywall from the sprinkler room. The suspect removed property. The police were dispatched to the location for a burglary in progress. Upon arrival, the front door glass was shattered. A search of the location and area were negative. Its unknown if any thing is missing. An unknown suspect entered the location and removed property. The front door had pry marks around the lock.

02/08/12

09001350

12-039-0926

1st Degree Burglary

6400 block Pratt Ave. 21212

Unknown

02/04/1202/06/12

15300800

12-037-0386

2nd Degree Burglary

900 block Dulaney Valley Rd., 21204

Unknown

02/09/12

0626

12-040-0223

2nd Degree Burglary

400 block York Rd. 21286

B/M, 6-1, wearing dark clothes W/M, 6-1, wearing dark clothes Unknown

02/12/12

18001930

12-043-1121

2nd Degree Burglary

6500 block N. Charles St., 21204

Section Three: Major Crimes Miscellaneous


(Homicides, Rapes, 1st Degree Assaults, Threats on Officers or Public Officials)

Date

Time

CC

Offense

Location (Victim

Synopsis

Suspect
2

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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Number Name) Informatio n

Section Four: Critical Incidents


(HNT Callouts, Fatal Fires, Injured Officers, Unusual Occurrences etc.)

Date

Time

Incident

Location (Victim Name)

Synopsis of Incidents

Suspect Information

Section Five: Noteworthy Arrests


(Crime Trend Arrests, Robbery Arrests, Burglary Arrests

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 Department Precinct 06 Weekly Significant Events Report


Section Six: Operations Orders
(List Open Operations Orders and give any Updates on the operation)

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.