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Dundalk Crime Roundup: Triple-Assault Day

Three people were injured in separate assaults on the same day in Dundalk.

The following information is from the North Point Police Precinct 12 online blotter:

Sept. 8: Armed robbery - gun, 2000 block of Dundalk Avenue

At 10:21 p.m., two suspects entered the McDonald's restaurant. One displayed a handgun and the other displayed a knife. They ordered the employees and customers into the freezer. The suspects took some of the victims' personal property and also took money from the registers and the safe; they then ran away.

The first suspect is a man, 5'4", 160 pounds, with brown eyes. The second suspect is a man, 5'6", 180 pounds, with brown eyes.

Sept 6: First-degree assault, 7800 block of Wise Avenue

At 2 p.m., the victim drive to the Mars Supermarket and parked her car. When she got out of her car, she was immediately approached by a man armed with a knife. He swung the knife at her several times, causing injuries that were not life-threatening. The suspect, who did not say anything or attempt to take anything from her, ran away. The suspect is a man, 24 to 29 years old.

Sept. 6: First-degree assault, Dundalk Avenue and Willow Spring Road

At 2 p.m., a woman had just gotten off the bus when another woman began making derogatory comments towards her. The suspect and victim began fighting, and the suspect pulled a knife out during the fight. The victim received injuries that were not life-threatening and was able to run to a friend's home nearby. The suspect is a female, in her 20s, 5'5", 120 pounds, with a thin build and blond hair.

September 6: First-degree assault, 1600 block of Inverness Avenue

At 2 p.m., the victims were playing video games when a known subject came over to pay money to one of the victims. A fight began and the suspect struck the victim with an expandable baton.

The incident remains under investigation.

Source: Baltimore County Police Department Precinct 12 Police Blotter

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PerryHallParent September 17, 2012 at 02:50 PM
It's really out of control with the "suspect is a man" nonsense. Was he black, white, Hispanic, Asian? I mean really. Do people realize the silliness of this. I am SO HAPPY I moved out of this neighborhood. I took my children to that McDonald's at times and shopped at that Mars often. Now people are getting herded into freezers at gunpoint and attacked by knife wielding maniacs in the parking lot. What is happening in Dundalk is very disturbing and sad.
MJ September 17, 2012 at 05:40 PM
I mean at least if we have a better idea of the suspects, we can be on the look out for someone fitting that description...there are many women and men in Dundalk fitting the above descriptions...why should people be afraid to say a skin color...its an obvious thing on people...white, black, hispanic, oriental...we all have different traits and you don't go confusing them all when a detail such as race isn't left out...why even bother adding in gender for that matter!?!?! Just saying! Oh and to the Perry Hall parent above...so you move from Dundalk to Perry Hall where you have several shootings including one in a school, home invasions, stolen cars and arson's...sounds much safer...people are idiots...doesn't matter where you live, its all around us...
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