Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes from police reports in Baltimore and Baltimore County.
Burglary/arrests -- Three boys, all 16, were arrested early yesterday after they broke into a tool shed with bolt cutters in the 3900 block of Inner Circle. Shortly after Officers Robert Bell and Courtney Williams arrived about 4 a.m. in response to a 911 call from a resident, they saw three boys running from the shed. After a brief chase, the officers caught the boys and recovered a pair of bolt cutters. All were charged as juveniles with burglary. No property was stolen.
Theft -- A rented 2006 Freightliner tractor was parked in the 1000 block of S. Paca St. on Thursday and Friday, and someone removed the catalytic converter.
Shooting -- A man, 21, was shot in the right leg in the 500 block of N. Robinson St. about 2:15 a.m. Saturday and was taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital for treatment. No arrest had been made.
Burglary -- Police were seeking whoever broke into a shed at Eastern Technical High School in the 1100 block of Mace Ave. Friday and or Saturday and removed the door from its hinges. The intruder then placed the door against water coolers and used it as a ramp for skateboarding. Police said a water cooler valued at $200 was stolen.
Robbery -- Several teenage boys were walking along Walther Boulevard and Dunfield Road about 1 p.m. Saturday when one of two men implied he was armed and robbed one boy of his skateboard valued at $150. Arrested and charged with unarmed robbery and theft under $500 was Roderick Glover, 18, of the first block of Open Gate Court.
Burglary -- Someone used a stone lawn ornament to break a window of a house in the first block of Manor Ave. between Friday and Saturday, entered the house and stole several pieces of jewelry and watches - all valued at nearly $2,500.
Assault/arrest -- Two teenage males were fighting in the 100 block of Twin Circle Way about 6 p.m. Saturday when one threatened to cut the other with a 12-inch kitchen knife. Arrested and charged with aggravated assault and possession of a deadly weapon was a 17-year-old.