Police are investigating a robbery and a burglary that were reported in Carney over the past week.
At just before 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, October 5, an armed individual entered the Carroll Fuel store, located in the 9200-block of Harford Road (21234), jumped the counter, and demanded that the clerk open both cash drawers. The suspect then removed cash from both drawers, grabbed the clerk’s cell phone, and fled in a vehicle.
Sometime between 10:30 a.m. and 9 p.m. on Monday, October 8, an individual entered a garage door to a home in the 9300-block of Waltham Woods Road (21234) and forced open an inner door to gain entry into the residence. Once inside, the suspect stole jewelry then fled the scene.
Crews are on the scene of a late-night crash along I-695.
The crash was reported along the inner loop just prior to the Harford Road exit at about 11:30 p.m. on Thursday night.
The three right lanes along the inner loop have been shut down.
There has been no word on any injuries.
Mototists should expect delays in the area.
Police are investigating a pair of robberies that were reported on Monday.
At just before noon on October 1, an individual entered the Carroll Independent Fuel store located in the 9200-block of Harford Road in Carney (21234) and, at gunpoint, demanded money from the register. The suspect took the cash, then fled in a vehicle.
At just after 4:15 p.m. on Monday, a shotgun was stolen from a fenced-in yard in the 900-block of Arncliffe Road in Essex (21221) by a large group of juveniles and adults. When the victim attempted to retrieve the shotgun from the suspects, he was physically assaulted. All suspects were arrested at the scene.
Police are investigating a road rage incident that took place in the Parkville area on Sunday.
Authorities say two vehicles, a white, work-style van with no rear windows and a black Nissan sedan, were involved in a road rage dispute on the inner loop of I-695 near the Harford Road exit at around noon when a third vehicle attempted to pass them.
The driver of the third vehicle, a 2018 Subaru Outback, was shot by someone inside the black Nissan.
The Baltimore County Police Department is asking for help in locating any witnesses to this shooting.
The victim, a 58-year-old old female, is in serious condition.
The inner loop of the beltway is currently shut down while authorities investigate.
Anyone with information on this incident is asked to call 410-307-2020 or 911 immediately.
The state has announced funding recipients for the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development’s most recent application round for federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits and state Rental Housing Funds.
Twenty-one projects will receive awards, including one located at a busy Fallston intersection.
The awards will cover the new construction and rehabilitation of approximately 1,147 affordable rental units, including 167 units to be specifically set aside for individuals with disabilities.
The projects awarded will receive more than $16.6 million in state Rental Housing Funds and over $30.2 million in federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits, leveraging more than $94.5 million in private sector capital.
According to The Aegis, about 40 people attended a Community Input Meeting back in July to voice their opposition to a 56-unit apartment complex proposed for the corner of the Benson intersection at Harford and Belair roads and the Bel Air Bypass in Fallston.
The only applause noted at the 80-minute meeting, according to The Aegis, was came when Brandon Wagner questioned the need for the project.
“Are we trying to diversify Fallston?” Wagner asked. “I just don’t see the market for this here.”
The full list of 2018 affordable housing awardees can be found here.