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Baltimore Metro Crime: Week of Dec. 7

Check out crime going on around the region.

Pikesville

Three girls accused a Windsor Mill man of touching them on multiple occasions between 2008 and 2010 when he was working as an evening-shift dorm aide at the Maryland School for the Deaf. Read the full story on Pikesville Patch.

Hunt Valley

A 15-year-old boy was robbed by a man carrying a handgun. Read more about crime in Hunt Valley-Cockeysville Patch.

Towson

A 30-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder in an apparent escape attempt in which a police offer was grazed by a bullet at St. Joseph Medical Center. Read the full story on Towson Patch.

Owings Mills-Reisterstown

An resident looked out his window to find his car on fire in what police believe was an act of arson. Read the full story on Owings Mills-Reisterstown Patch.

Parkville-Overlea

An off-duty Baltimore County Police Department officer was shot twice in the Overlea area while attempting to disperse a crowd blocking the street. Read the full story on Parkville-Overlea Patch.

Essex-Middle River

Officers found a teen with a gunshot wound to his upper body.  Read more about crime in Essex-Middle River Patch.

Dundalk

Two robbers demanded money from a woman and began hitting her before she could respond. Read more about crime in Dundalk Patch.

Perry Hall

A street robbery left two teenagers beaten in a Dunfield Road neighborhood in the Fullerton and Perry Hall area Tuesday night. Read the full story on Perry Hall Patch.

North Baltimore Patch

A woman was robbed of her jewelry while walking in Waverly. Read the full story on North Baltimore Patch.

Susan Harrison Huot December 11, 2012 at 12:36 AM
Most of the articles here are old. I;m guessing that either nobody checked the stories or maybe there were none. I personally know there was an armed holdup "attempt" on Ingleside and Woodsdale. Its nice owning a professionally trained dog!
john merkle December 11, 2012 at 05:14 AM
Hooray! for the good guys...[doggies w/attitude!]...lol...
Denise Murphy December 11, 2012 at 10:42 AM
There was HUGE news in NYC this morning about someone who was shot in Manhattan. I used to live in NYC and I can tell you I felt safer there in any neighborhood than I feel anywhere in Baltimore any time of day. It seems a day does not go by without a gun being fired or a person "found dead" in Baltimore. What is wrong with this "charming" city that it can't be as safe as NYC which is many times larger and more diverse? There needs to be a shake up from the leadership to make safety and security a priority.
Susan Harrison Huot December 12, 2012 at 03:41 AM
Well in NYC they only make certain crimes news. You don;t hear about the 20 others that got shot!

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