Baltimore Metro Crime: Week of April 14

Check out a roundup of crime stories from around the region.


Burglars have been ransacking and stealing from unlocked and locked vehicles this week. Read this and other crime stories on Pikesville Patch.


A Lutherville resident who allowed a male posing as a BGE employee into her home was lured into the basement while his accomplice stole cash, a Rolex watch and jewelry upstairs. Read this and other crime stories on Timonium Patch.

Owings Mills-Reisterstown

A photo identification remains as evidence in the trial of a man accused of the attempted murder of Reisterstown teenager. Read this and other crime stories on Owings Mills-Reisterstown Patch


A Parkville man has been charged after parents at Villa Cresta Elementary School reported seeing him on school grounds with a gun Monday afternoon. Read the full story on Parkville-Overlea Patch.

North Baltimore

Robbers threatened to shoot a man in Hampden if he didn’t hand over his property. Read the full story on North Baltimore Patch.

Essex-Middle River

Shotguns and rifles were stolen after multiple people forced their way into a garage and second-story office. Read the full story on Essex-Middle River Patch.


Electronics were stolen after someone entered a home through an unlocked basement door. Read the full story on Dundalk Patch.


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