Baltimore CitySHOOTING: Northwestern District -- Police reported...

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SHOOTING: Northwestern District -- Police reported that 16-year-old Ronald Sullivan was standing in the 4100 block of Fairview Ave. with three friends when two men in a gray Acura fired four shots at the group. None was hit. Sullivan told police he was standing on the corner about 7 p.m. yesterday when the car pulled up and one of the men inside yelled, "Is that them?" No one was hurt, police said. Sullivan said he had no idea what motivated the attack.

ROBBERY: Northwestern District -- Two teen-agers who were walking home yesterday afternoon were robbed at gunpoint, police said. Timothy Smith, 16, and Christopher Hall, 17, both of the 3800 block of Bowers Ave., had just left their jobs at a nearby McDonald's and were walking in the 3800 block of Parkview Ave. about 1:45 p.m. when they were approached by two young men. One of the men pointed a handgun at Smith and demanded his black Los Angeles Raiders jacket, valued at $80. The men also took a set of house keys from Hall. The robbers then got into a gray Lexus and drove south on Parkview.

SHOOTING/ARREST: Northern District -- Two men are in police custody and a third suspect has been named in a warrant in connection with a shooting in Remington, police said. Robert Bell, 20, whose address was listed only as Barclay Street, and Edward Martin, age and address unknown, were in custody yesterday. Martin was being held in lieu of $30,000 bail, but bail had not yet been set for Bell, who turned himself in. Police said they were looking for a third man, Gary Hall, of the 2300 block of Hunter St., in connection with a shooting Friday night. According to police reports, Tyrone West was sitting in his car at Remington Avenue and 28th Street when three men drove up and began shooting at his car, flattening the front tires.

ROBBERY: Northern District -- Mervin Freeman, 34, of the 4900 block of St. Georges Ave., told police he was walking in the 3000 block of Old York Road about 8 p.m. yesterday when a young man grabbed him and took $17 from his pocket.

BURGLARY ARREST:: Northern District -- Police were called to the Bryn Mawr School, 109 W. Melrose Ave., to investigate a possible burglary about 4 p.m. yesterday. The side door to the private school had been kicked in, police said, but no property was taken.

ASSAULT/ARREST: Central District -- One man was hospitalized critical condition and another was under arrest after what police described as a quarrel between two neighbors. Wayne Walker, 31, of the 900 block of Newington Ave., was at University of Maryland Medical Center with a stab wound in the head, while 67-year-old Clifton Howard, of the same address, was at the station awaiting a bail review hearing on charges that included assault with intent to murder. Police said the two men had been involved in a quarrel about 1:20 p.m. yesterday. Howard was treated at Mercy Medical Center for a stab wound on his left arm.

ROBBERY: Central District -- Police said Douglas Miller, 41, of the 200 block of N. Charles St., was robbed of about $700 in cash in the men's room at Pennsylvania Station. Miller told police the robber pressed what he believed was a gun in his back, then demanded his money, shortly before 2 p.m. yesterday.

BURGLARY: Central District -- Someone used a tool and pried open a window at AIDS Interfaith, 600 W. North Ave., taking a typewriter and calculator, value unknown, police said.

ROBBERY: Western District -- Henry Everett, of the 1500 block of Payson St., was in the 300 block of N. Smallwood St. when he was robbed by a man with a handgun, police said. The man took about $70 from Everett.

CUTTING: Western District -- Philander Alston, address unavailable, was in good condition at Bon Secours Hospital yesterday after his left ear was almost severed and his left cheek was cut, police said. However, Alston has declined to tell police anything about the incident, which occurred late Saturday.

ROBBERY/ARREST: Western District -- Police said Larry Dorsey, the 2300 block of Odell Ave., was being held at the station in lieu of $50,000 bail after he was arrested in connection with the robbery of Tiffany Wiggins. Yesterday, Wiggins was robbed of her rings by a man in the 1700 block of Westwood Ave., who appeared to be holding a gun in his pocket.

SHOOTING: Western District -- Gregory Allen, of the 2700 block of Mosher St., was in undetermined condition at University of Maryland Medical Center after an early morning shooting yesterday in the 600 block of N. Franklintown Road. Allen was shot in the right leg and abdomen, police said.

BURGLARY: Western District -- Two television sets valued at $400 were taken from a home in the 600 block of Appleton St., police said. Method of entry was unknown.

SHOOTING: Western District -- James Dixon, of the 500 block of Baker St., was in critical but stable condition at University of Maryland Medical Center last night, police said. Dixon had been shot in the hand and side in the 500 block of Gold St. about 7 p.m. yesterday.

DRUG ARREST: Two men were being held in lieu of $250,000 bail after police arrested them and confiscated 516 bags of heroin and $10,200 in cash. Also seized yesterday in the arrest in the 500 block of Whitmore Ave. was a police scanner, a calculator, a set of scales and a 1984 Buick that police said was reported stolen. Harry Smith, 26, of the 500 block of N. Pulaski St., and Anthony Evans, 24, of the 2200 block of Sidney Ave., were charged with an array of drug-related offenses and held at the station, police said.

LARCENY/AUTO: Northeastern District -- Christopher Beam told police his car was burglarized in the 6400 block of Harford Road after someone broke a vent window. Taken from the car were a pool stick, radar detector and camera valued at $1,120.

BURGLARY: Northeastern District -- A house in the 1600 block of Sherwood Ave. was ransacked after someone entered through the front door, police said. Items taken included jewelry, a videocassette recorder, a television and coins, with a total value of $3,257.

BURGLARY: Northeastern District -- A 12-speed bicycle valued at $300 was taken from a residence in the 3600 block of The Alameda after someone broke into the garage.

PURSE-SNATCHING: Concetta Grimm, 45, told police she was walking in the 5500 block of Belair Road about 8 p.m. yesterday when a man grabbed her purse and ran, making off with $447.

LARCENY/AUTO: Northeastern District -- Linda Kramer told police her car was parked in the 3500 block of Glenmore Ave. when she saw three men open the unlocked door and take her wallet, which contained $140. Kramer yelled at the men and they fled, police said.

ROBBERY: Northeastern District -- Police said James Tankersley, the 1800 block of Dalhousie Court in Baltimore County, was robbed of his camera equipment about 7 p.m. yesterday after he was attacked by four men in the 4200 block of Loch Raven Blvd. The men hit Tankersley, then took camera equipment valued at $700.

LARCENY/AUTO: Northeastern District -- Someone entered an unlocked Jeep parked in the 5600 block of Woodmont Ave. and stole a wallet with $160 in it.

ROBBERY: Southwestern District: A 49-year-old cab driver was robbed of $260 in cash and his cab by an assailant who said: "The only reason I don't kill you is because I know you." Police said Melvin Wax, who drives a cab for the Diamond Cab Co., was flagged down after 7 p.m. yesterday in the Forest Park-Gwynn Oak area by a man and a woman, then instructed to follow the man's directions to the couple's home. Wax took them to a

house in the 5100 block of Wetheredsville Road, near Dickeyville Memorial Presbyterian Church. The man then produced a gun, robbed Wax, put him out on the street and drove off in his 1989 Plymouth Fury.

ROBBERY: Southwestern District -- Police said Kelly Layton was robbed of $356 in the 4300 block of Old Frederick Road after she was attacked by a man who beat and cut her.

Baltimore County

THEFT: Parkville District -- Two computers valued at $5,000 were taken from the Microcomputer Center in the 7600 block of Belair Road. Police said a rock was used to break the glass in the front door shortly before 1:30 a.m. today.

ROBBERY: Parkville District -- A 45-year-old woman was returning to her residence in the first block of Canoga Place last night when she was approached by a man with a handgun who demanded her purse, police said. Value of the purse and its contents was placed at $115.

ROBBERY: Garrison District -- Two similar armed robberies were reported at convenience stores yesterday and early today. About 4:30 p.m. yesterday, in the 3800 block of Hollins Ferry Road, a man entered a High's store, showed the clerk a long-barreled blue steel revolver and demanded the money in the cash register, according to police reports. He then fled on foot. Just after midnight, a man with a blue steel automatic revolver entered the Royal Farm Store in the 4300 block of Washington Blvd. and demanded cash. He fled in a small, dark car.

Anne Arundel

ROBBERY: A Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise in the 7300 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. was robbed of an undetermined amount of cash last night by four young men armed with two shotguns and a handgun. Police said the four men entered the store about 8:40 p.m. and demanded the manager open the safe. Meanwhile, four employees were ordered into the walk-in freezer and a fifth was told to remain in the bathroom, which he was cleaning. When the employee left the bathroom during the robbery, he was struck on the side of the head by one of the robbers. He did not require medical treatment, however. The manager could not open the safe, so the men took money from the cash register and fled.

ROBBERY: A man with a large, semi-automatic handgun walked into the Dash-In at Md. 648 and Hammonds Lane and demanded the money in the register just after 2:30 a.m. today. He then left in a small, dark car.

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