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Four Charged in Frederick Road Burglary

The group was found inside of a vacant Frederick Road home on Sept. 21.

Four people were arrested and charged with burglary after being caught inside a vacant home in the 6400 block of Frederick Rd. on Sept. 21, according to a police report.

Arrested were Stephanie Ann Barnabae, 48, and Justin Zachary Barnabae, 23, both of the 100 block of Hillside Rd.; Charles Henry Hoerl, 43, of the unit block of Belle Grove Rd.; and Steven Craig Clark, 57, of the unit block of Carroll Rd., according to the report.

The suspects were found inside the home at around 4 p.m., and entered the home by breaking a rear window, according to police. They did not have permission to be in the residence, according to the report.

All four were charged with fourth-degree burglary, the police report said.

Steve Hennessey September 25, 2012 at 03:40 PM
FYI...I live on Melvin Ave. near St. Mark's Church. Last month we had a handful of car, garage and shed break-ins. Definitley keep your doors locked!
Joe September 25, 2012 at 03:59 PM
HAMPSTEAD, Md. - The Carroll County Sheriff's Office says more than 50 vehicles were broken into or vandalized in a Hampstead neighborhood. Deputies say more than $1,300 in portable electronics, change, jewelry and other property were taken from car parked in driveways early Sunday. The Carroll County Times (http://bit.ly/RZ1m6R) reports that one car's tires were slashed and a convertible roof was cut. Four vehicles were pushed from the driveway; one traveled across the street and hit a tree. Damage for all vehicles was more than $6,000. ------ Information from: Carroll County Times of Westminster, Md., http://www.carrollcounty.com/ Read more: http://www.myfoxdc.com/story/19630832/more-than-50-cars-broken-into-vandalized#ixzz27UvPo6eE
Bruce Goldfarb September 25, 2012 at 04:39 PM
Under Maryland law: First degree burglary is breaking into a dwelling with the intent of committing theft or a violent crime. Second degree burglary is similar to first-degree, but breaking into a something other than a dwelling (garage, shed, boat, railroad car, etc.). Third degree burglary is breaking into a dwelling with the intent of committing another crime, but not theft or violent crime. Fourth degree burglary is breaking into a dwelling or storehouse without the intent of committing another crime. So if you break into a residence or garage to get out of the rain, hang out, or sleep because you have nowhere else to go, that's fourth-degree burglary. I don't know what these suspects were doing in the vacant house, but this is how the law is defined.
Jackie September 25, 2012 at 10:04 PM
I moved to Catonsville in 2005. I live alone. I really appreciate all the information Given here by the Catonsville Patch. The warning about the sheds being broken in and car break ins and the helpful warnings and reminders about leaving your porch lights on are helpful. Thanks everyone for the reminders of being safe.
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