Friday, January 28, 2005

Friday January 28

betterPolice are looking for 24-year-old Lamont Maurice Better, left, accused of stabbing his neighbor and who is also wanted for another assault.

A 41-year-old mom has pled guilty to killing her 18-month-old daughter.

And trial starts today in the stomach-turning case of a Pasadena teenager alledged to have beaten his girlfriend's daughter to death.

The usual crimes in today's Police Blotter.

Eight Dundalk teenagers were arrested for a parking lot fight after a basketball game.

Also in Dundalk, a woman was shot to death during a drug raid. (anybody know what "black powder" referrs to?)

A newly released report about former police commish Kevin Clark's domestic dispute reveals that Clark's ex dropped off his kids two days late for visitation and beat him on the head with a telephone.

Thanks to the sweaty Dexters of Hopkins, technophile car thieves will now be able to do the job without breaking windows or messing up your steering column.

And finally, police report that they seized eight guns yesterday in various incidents. Says the Sun, "in one incident, a man was spotted limping Wednesday afternoon in the 2900 block of Charles St., police said. Officers stopped him, found a 12-gauge shotgun he was carrying was the cause of the limp, and arrested him."

Elsewhere...

There's been a crime alert issued by Towson U. after a mugging in the parking lot of St. Joseph's Medical Center.

In Towson yesterday 18-year-old Matthew McCullough was sentenced to 100 years in jail for the Randallstown High shooting.

The State's Attorney announced yesterday that Jamaal Walker, 27, was found guilty in the April 16, 2003 carjacking of Edward Hawkins. Sentencing will be April 15. Co-defendant Jeremiah Poole previously pled guilty to the carjacking and use orf a firearm in the commission of a violent crime.

In Annapolis two vigilantes tried to run a bad boyfriend over with a truck.

Here's the Washington Post crime blotter for PG county.

2 comments:

lkhut said...

Black powder = hash ground into powder. This is an excellent website for all terms drug-related:

http://www.cox-internet.com/dabster/slang.htm

Sebastian said...

"Thanks to the sweaty Dexters of Hopkins, technophile car thieves will now be able to do the job without breaking windows or messing up your steering column."

RTFA Choco, you still have to get in the car and either hotwire or have a cheap duplicate key. The point of their work is that previously doing these two things (breaking in and hot-wiring) was not enough to steal newer cars - but now it could be if you are a "sweaty Dexter".