No incidents after Cinemark opening, Balto. Co. police report

The opening of the new Cinemark movie theaters in Towson has been quiet from a police standpoint, according to Lt. Randy Guralezcka, assistant commander at the Towson Precinct, who was on duty July 12.

"It has been relatively event-free," he said.

Lots of foot and car traffic have been noted but no crimes directly related to the movie theaters' opening, he said.

Police details have been assigned to the area every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night since the Cinemark opened July 10.

He said an assault was reported at the Virginia Towers adjacent to the movie house while he was on duty July 12, but added there was nothing to tie that assault to the theaters.

"We really don't know if it was related to the Cinemark," he said.

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