Baltimore Metro Crime Round Up: Week of Sept. 27

Check out what's going on crime-wise around the county in this round up of crimes taking place from Arbutus to Dundalk, and everywhere in between.


Police have yet to charge the naked gunman who was shot by the police after an incident at the Beltway motel. The suspect remains hospitaled at University of Maryland Medical Center. Read more about crime in Arbutus Patch.


Four people, including a possible mother and son, were arrested after they allegedly broke into a vacant home. Read more about crime in Catonsville Patch.


Burglars who stopped by the Knish Shop in Pikesville were looking for more than a snack—they made off with $850 in cash after they broke in. Read more about crime in Pikesville Patch.


Police are searching for two men after they robbed a 7-Eleven store early in August. Police released surveillance photos of the men. Read more about crime in Towson Patch.


Cameras at a dry cleaners caught two burglars on tape as they tried to saw into an ATM. One of them got more than he bargained for when the saw slipped and the man severely cut his leg. Read more about crime in Lutherville-Timonium Patch.

Hunt Valley

A teenage boy spotted a burglar in his home after the boy left a garage and interior door wide open on his way in from school. The burglar fled after being spotted. Read more about crime in Hunt Valley Patch.

Owings Mills-Reisterstown

After searching with dogs and a helicopter, police arrested a man they believed robbed an M&T Bank branch but he's since been release and no one has been charged. Read more about crime in Owings Mills-Reisterstown Patch.

North Baltimore

A man was sprayed with mace as he stood on a street corner in the Homeland neighborhood. Read more about crime in North Baltimore Patch.


A vandal used a key to scratch the driver's side of nine cars parked at homes along the odd-numbered side of a residential street. Read more about crime in Parkville-Overlea Patch.

Perry Hall

A two-time burglar was arrested after he left a hospital bracelet in the house where he stole a television. Read more about crime in Perry Hall Patch.

Essex-Middle River

Six packs of synthetic marijuana, valued at $1,000, were stolen from an "adult" store called Love Ones. Read more about crime in Essex-Middle River Patch.


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