Baltimore Metro Crime: Week of Feb. 22

Check out crime going on around the region.


Burglars broke through an apartment ceiling from the attic and stole electronics. Read more about crime on Pikesville Patch.


Two men, including one who implied he had a gun, robbed three teenage boys near the Towson Town Center. Read more about crime on Towson Patch.


Two Mays Chapel area condos were robbed. Read more about crime on Lutherville-Timonium Patch.

Hunt Valley-Cockeysville

A Cockeysville resident and local food delivery man were attacked while trying to make a delivery to a nearby apartment complex. Read more about crime on Hunt Valley-Cockeysville Patch.


A Cambridge man was arrested nearly a month after being charged with animal cruelty involving at least 18 puppies at a Parkville animal shelter.  Read more about crime on Parkville-Overlea Patch.

Essex-Middle River

Three males approached a victim and demanded money, then hit and kicked the victim, then stole a wallet, a gold chain necklace, identification, a watch, a keychain, an Independence card and $57 in cash. Read more about crime on Essex-Middle River Patch.

North Baltimore

Baltimore police have identified the man and woman involved in a reported murder-suicide in the Pen Lucy neighborhood. Read the full story on North Baltimore Patch.

Owings Mills-Reisterstown

Two men stole cash from the Wendy’s on Lakeside Boulevard after one of them pointed an assault rifle at employees. Read the full story on Owings Millls-Reisterstown Patch.




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