Dundalk Crime Roundup: Attempted Murder, Burglaries
The following information was supplied by the Baltimore County Police Department. Arrests do not indicate convictions.
March 10: Second-degree arson, 7100 block of Sollers Point Road
Someone set fire to the warehouse portion of the vacant Seagram's plant. The fire department extinguished the fire.
March 9: Attempted murder, 2900 block of Sollers Point Road
Between 8:30 and 9 p.m., the victim was getting a tattoo at a friend's house when the suspect became angry. An argument followed between the victim and the suspect. As the victim turned to leave, the suspect stabbed him with an unknown object. The victim was driven by a friend to a local hospital with injuries that were not thought to be life-threatening. The investigation continues.
March 9: Child in need of assistance, Cove Road and I-695
Special agents from the Homeland Security Initiative asked police to conduct a traffic stop. Police took custody of the victim, who was transported to Precinct 12 and released to the agents.
March 7: Second-degree sex offense, 4500 block North Point Boulevard
At 1:30 a.m., a dancer at Christina's Female Revue was sexually assaulted by an employee who suddenly became angry as they were joking around. Police transported the victim to Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The investigation continues.
March 9 to March 10: Fourth-degree burglary and grand theft, 7000 block Quad Avenue
Someone cut a hole in the fence of Serv-U Inc. and stole 37 rims, 16 of which were mounted with tires.
March 5 to March 7: Fourth-degree burglary, 7800 block Eastern Boulevard
Someone pried open the rear door of a vacant bowling alley. Nothing was stolen or damaged.
March 2 to March 4: Fourth-degree burglary, 3900 block North Point Road
Someone broke into a car lot and stole wheels, tires and electronics from two parked vehicles.
March 1 to March 4, Fourth-degree burglary, 3900 block North Point Boulevard
Someone cut a hole in the fence at Fence Fair Inc. and broke the window of a truck parked on the lot.
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