South Baltimore Crime Updates

| April 29, 2016 | 0 Comments received the following South Baltimore crime updates from the Baltimore Police (BPD).

Stabbing at Corner of Light St. and Heath St. in South Baltimore

This morning, 4/29, there was a stabbing between two family members at the corner of Light St. and Heath St. BPD has described the incident as a dispute over money between family members. They have identified the suspect, but the individual is not yet in custody. The investigation is ongoing.

Assault/ Robbery at the Rite Aid at 903 E. Fort Ave.

From the Baltimore Police Community Collaboration Unit – Southern District:

Date:  04/27/16                    Time:  7:22pm

On the above date and time two unidentified suspects assaulted store employee and stole various hair & skin products then fled away from the scene in an unknown black 4 door sedan.

Suspect 1: unknown female, black, medium complexion, wearing a black scarf, jean jacket, blue jeans, white tennis

Suspect2:  unknown female, black 5’8-6’0, jean jacket, white hat, white scarf around waist area, black tights, pink shoes

Tires Slashed on 800 block of Leadenhall and 100 W. Henrietta

From Baltimore Police Southern District Captain Sean Mahoney:

We had two white males come through this area during the early morning hours of 4/21 slashing tires on several vehicles. We are currently working with the community to identify these two people so they can be properly charged. Anyone with any information please contact the police.

South Baltimore Robberies, Suspect in Custody

From Baltimore Police Southern District Captain Sean Mahoney:

On 4/19 at approximately 5:20 PM a white male approximately 6-04 in height with medium build, short blond hair, and in his 40s wearing khaki pants entered a business in the 600 block of S Charles Street and produced a silver handgun and robbed the business of currency

On 4/20 at approximately 4:00 PM a male fitting that description entered a business wearing a blue hat in the 1800 block of S. Light Street and performed a similar robbery.

Arrest Update on 4/27:

A suspect in these cases has who lives on the 800 block of Washington Blvd. has been detained, and also charged in a robbery on the 300 block of Penn Street in Ridgely’s Delight. Captain Sean Mahoney credited help from the community as the reason they were able to identify the suspect.

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