Police are investigating a local burglary, robbery, and an assault that were reported on Saturday.
Sometime between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m., an individual entered a residence in the 9200 block of Hines Estates Drive in Carney (21234) and stole a handgun, a laptop, and a video game system.
At just before 7 p.m., a man was robbed of his cash and cigarettes by two individuals in the area of Transverse Avenue and Alloy Circle in Middle River (21220). One of the two suspects was armed with a gun.
At just before 10 p.m., a man pointed a handgun toward another man along Torque Way in Middle River (21220) and threatened to shoot him while driving away. The suspect fired the gun and then fled in the vehicle.
Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Monday the start of work to improve a major tributary in Carney that leads to the White Marsh Run.
Starting next summer, Baltimore County will restore approximately 2,300 linear feet of degraded stream from the stormwater pond south of Concord Court to where Upton Road crosses the stream. Contractors will use natural channel design techniques to stabilize the channel, using materials such as logs and boulders. The project is designed to improve water quality, reduce erosion, stabilize stream banks, increase the quality of natural habitat, and protect public infrastructure.
Baltimore County has allocated $307,000 for design and engineering, with another $1.08 million from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources funded for construction.
“Over the past four years, I have heard complaints about stream erosion in this part of the Carney area, and I am pleased that the county and state have allocated funding to improve this tributary that leads to the White Marsh Run,” said Councilman Marks.
“I would like to thank the Hogan administration for supporting this project, which will improve an area where I have lived and owned a home since 2004,” added Delegate Joe Cluster.
The Baltimore County Department of Environmental Protection and Sustainability will hold a community meeting on Wednesday, November 8th at 7 p.m. to discuss details of the project and answer any questions. The meeting will be held in the cafetorium of Carney Elementary School (3131 East Joppa Road).
For questions, contact Heather McGee or Joan Beam at 410-887-2904.
Police are investigating several robberies and burglaries that have been reported so far this month.
At about 10:45 a.m. on Wednesday, October 4, an individual threw a rock through a window in the 9700 block of Magledt Road (21234). The suspect then reached in, unlocked the window and opened it, setting off the alarm. The suspect fled the scene and no entry was gained.
At just after 1 .m. on Thursday, October 5, three individuals, one of whom was armed, approached a man in the area of Middle River Road and Compass Road (21220) and demanded the man’s property. The suspects stole his cash, cell phone, credit cards, keys, wallet, and then fled on foot.
At about 9 p.m. on Thursday, an armed man entered the Shell station located in the 9000 block of Belair Road (21236), asked for cigarettes, and demanded the cashier open the cash drawer. The suspect then took money from the drawer and fled the scene.
At just before 3:30 a.m. on Friday, October 6, two individuals gained entry via the rear door of the Giant located in the 7700 block of Harford Road (21234). The suspects stole four cases of crabmeat and then fled.
At about 11:40 a.m. on Friday, an individual broke into a home in the 2800 block of Placid Avenue (21234) via the garage door. While inside, the suspect ransacked the bedrooms and stole jewelry & cash.
At about 5:15 p.m. on Saturday, October 7, an individual shoved a man in the arm in the area of Eastmet Way and Handworth Way (21236). Another suspect grabbed the man’s cell phone from his hand. The two suspects then fled.
At just before 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, a man approached another man in the area of Belair Road at Putty Hill Avenue (21236). The suspect implied a weapon and attempted to steal the victim’s cash. The suspect ran from the scene and was arrested a short time later. No property was taken.
A Parkville man celebrated a $10,000 win on a Maryland Lottery scratch-off ticket he bought at the Weis Market located at 9613 Harford Road in the Carney Village Shopping Center.
The $10, $100 Grand ticket launched in September, and seven of its $100,000 top prizes remain unclaimed.
Also unclaimed are all 12 of its $20,000 prizes, 25 more $10,000 prizes, and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000, according to lottery officials
There were five other $10,000 winners that reported to Maryland Lottery headquarters this week, three from Baltimore City, one from Carroll County, and one from St. Mary’s County.