Thursday, July 6, 2006

July 6

Two unidentified men were stabbed, one fatally (#135), as they tried to break up a fight in Northeast Baltimore.

As mentioned in yesterday's comments: at 11:50 on Tuesday, a 34-year-old woman was abducted in Charles Village, forced to drive to an ATM, withdraw $500, and give it to the robber, who then stole her car and left her downtown.

More info on Darrell Jett, the man who drove himself to Roland Park after being shot several miles away.

Anne Arundel police used beanbags to quiet a violent and suicidal man.

An 18-year-old Harford County gang member got life in prison for killing 20-year-old Brandon Jacob Clayton Gregory last year.

The mother of the three children murdered in 2004 testified in support of her belief that the two suspects are not guilty.

In the Blotter, we have two shootings, an arrest for a shooting, an attempted stabbing, a beating, and an armed robbery. Get In On It!

Eric Lamont Clark was sentenced in federal court to 10 years for his role in a 2005 carjacking. He was acquitted of murder in an unrelated 2002 case.

The PSC: Defenders of the Maryland Constitution and Protectors of the People.

A 55-year-old man is suspected in 10 bank robberies.

Breaking News! Politicians lie in their campaign ads!

A con-artist in Baltimore County is taking deposits for home improvements then not doing the work.

A Pomeranian-napper stole a $1,600 hypoglycemic puppy from The Mall in Columbia. And in related crime news, a mall pet store in Columbia was charging $1,600 for a hypoglycemic Pomeranian puppy. (FYI, pet store puppies are often abused and inhumanely bred. Use a reputable breeder, or support the Maryland SPCA or the Baltimore Animal Shelter. This concludes your daily public service announcement from Baltimore Crime.)


Anonymous said...

..and they're insane. Pet store puppies, that is.

Anonymous said...

wow, of all the claims in the Ehrlich ad, I was sure the one about improving the environment was false, and the one about the budget surplus was true!

I can't wait for the debates, they're gonna be nasty!

Anonymous said...

Perhaps Baltimore needs to follow suit:

Anonymous said...

As reported in the Sun, it's a spree...,0,5344363.story?coll=bal-local-headlines

There will also be a channel 11 TV news story this evening with Richard Bourne one of the victims.