Lutherville-Timonium Crime: Man Arrested for Alleged Assault
The following information was supplied by the Baltimore County Police Department. In cases where a criminal charge is noted, the information provided does not indicate a conviction.
Below are two major crime incidents reported in the Lutherville-Timonium area in the last week:
-Texas Station Court, unit block, 2:32 p.m., July 23.
A man was caught trying to shoplift roof de-icing cable and “freeze wall faucet pipes” from Lowe's, according to the incident report. Loss prevention personnel confronted the alleged suspect, Scott Eugene Dyer, 42, of Finksburg, MD. Dyer then reportedly took a swing at the Lowe's employee with a large 18-inch pipe, before running out of the store.
Baltimore County police pursued Dyer with helicopter and K9 support. Dyer was found in the woods. He was charged with first- and second-degree assault, as well as possession of paraphernalia. Dyer was also arrested in Carroll County on July 14, on theft charges, online court records show.
-Wendslow Place, unit block, between 7:30 p.m. on July 22 and 8 a.m. July 23.
A Macbook Pro laptop computer, Dell computer, Kindle 3G, Maui Jim gold sunglasses and an iPod Touch were stolen out of two unlocked vehicles.
2012 Lutherville-Timonium Incident Tracker:
|Incident||# of Times Reported in 2012||Notes/Link (The latest)|
|Burglary (Including Attempted)|| 50
||A group protested the war in Afghanistan.
|Armed Robbery (Including Attempted)
||A non-English speaker didn't realize she was being robbed.
|Robbery||2||112 Oxycodone pills were stolen.|
|Suspicious Condition||1||Anti-Semitic material was found in local neighborhoods.|
|Destruction of Property||2||Street signs vandalized with swastikas.
|Possession of drugs or paraphernalia|| 2
||A man stole prescription drugs from a relative.
Assault (Including Attempted)
Editor's Note: The Incident Tracker lists reports, compiled by Patch, relevant to Lutherville-Timonium, filed at the Baltimore County Police Department Precinct 7 in Cockeysville. The number of reports listed may not be 100 percent accurate based on a number of factors (and an accounted for week in May).