For the second time in 15 months, the husband of Baltimore's mayor says someone tried to break into one of their personal vehicles.
According to a report on North Baltimore Patch, on Jan. 8 at around 1 a.m., Kent Blake rpeorted that someone had attempted to open a door on the Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's 2001 Infiniti, which was parked near their Coldspring home. No property was taken, according to the report.
In November 2010, a satellite radio system was stolen from Kent Blake's car after he left the doors unlocked. The mayor's security team was outside the home at the time, but Kent Blake's vehicle was parked out of view, said spokesman Ryan O'Doherty at the time. The theft was discovered when Blake got into his car in the morning and realized the equipment was missing.
And former Mayor Sheila Dixon's home was burglarized in September 2011, with thieves ransacking the home and taking jewelry and video game systems.