String of Armed Robberies in Ridgely’s Delight, South Baltimore, and Federal Hill.

| May 25, 2017 | 2 Comments

A string of armed robberies have occurred in South Baltimore with two incidents in Ridgely’s Delight, four in the South Baltimore Neighborhood, and one in Riverside/Federal Hill.

The robberies occurred at the following locations according to Baltimore Police Southern District Commander Major Steven Ward:

5/22 – 400 S Fremont (Ridgely’s Delight)
5/22 – 600 Melvin Street (Ridgely’s Delight)

5/18 – 1400 Patapsco (South Baltimore)
5/20 – Unit Block E Ostend (South Baltimore)
5/21 – 100 Block of W Ostend (South Baltimore)
5/22 – 1700 Block Light (South Baltimore/Riverside)

5/24 – 1500 Block of Battery (Riverside/Federal Hill)

Suspect(s): (2) Black Males; one armed with a handgun and the other armed with a knife; utilizing a Dark Infinity G35 with a RAVENS LOGO front license plate

Major Ward told SouthBMore.com that they have identified one of the suspects, a juvenile and Baltimore City student, who will be taken into custody.

BPD has placed additional patrols on the South Baltimore Peninsula at this time.

Update 5/26: An additional armed robbery was committed by the same suspects on the 1500 block of Clement St. in Locust Point on 5/25. BPD was patrolling at the time and recovered the black Infinity, which was reported stolen from South Baltimore, but the suspects fled on foot.

Update 5/26: A juvenile is now in custody and has been charged with the two robberies on Ostend St. Another suspect is currently in custody and undergoing questioning. BPD believes both of the suspects are connected and linked to more robberies in the area.

Two burglaries also occurred in Otterbein in recent days.

5/23 – 100 Block of W Montgomery (Otterbein)
5/23 – 100 Block of W Montgomery (Otterbein)

Suspect: White Male wearing Khaki Pants, Black Shirt, and Black Hat

Update 5/26: A third burglary occurred today on the 1400 block of Patapsco St. in South Baltimore at around 4pm. A suspect, who is believed to have committed all three burglaries, has been arrested by Baltimore Police. He was identified by home security footage.

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  • Latrobe100

    so so sad. We need 0 tolerance on the streets and especially in the schools if our neighborhoods are going to be pillaged by kids.

  • Hopefully they all get shot and killed soon.