Police are investigating after a man was robbed in Nottinham on Sunday evening.
At about 6 p.m. on Sunday, the man was approached by two individuals in the 5300 block of Campbell Boulevard.
The suspects demanded money from the man.
The victim gave the suspects his money, wallet, and cell phone.
No description of the suspects has yet been provided by police.
Anyone with additional information should call the White Marsh precinct at 410-887-5000.
New speed humps were completed along Ridge Road in southern Perry Hall/Nottingham on Friday.
Councilwoman Cathy Bevins says that a resident had requested traffic calming measures for Ridge Road in March of last year, but the road didn’t qulaify.
That led Councilwoman Bevins to pass Resolution 45-16, directing the Planning Board and the Department of Public Works to review and update the County’s Neighborhood Traffic Management Program.
As a result, the county’s Traffic Calming program was significantly expanded to include streets that were previously not allowed to be considered because of their “collector” road designation.
Street designations are no longer a qualifying factor for traffic calming and approval is now based on traffic volumes and speeds, according to Councilwoman Bevins.
Sheila Bloodsworth, a 48-year-old cook from Nottingham, is rolling in the dough after winning a $20,000 prize playing a $1,000 Frenzy scratch-off from the Maryland Lottery.
The culinary breakfast specialist found her lucky instant ticket when she stopped by the Nottingham Shell at 7533 Belair Road to get gas and buy $1,000 Frenzy scratch-offs. The $10 game is her favorite Maryland Lottery instant ticket.
After reaching home with three scratch-offs in hand, Sheila tried her luck.
“I noticed that the first two Frenzy tickets I had gotten weren’t winners,” she said. “As I began to scratch my third and final one, I got the shock of my life. The ticket was saying I won $20,000! I was just so amazed.”
Sheila said she immediately called her family to tell them the good news. She feels blessed about her win and plans to take a few family member and friends out to dinner. The rest of her prize will go toward bills and into savings, she said.
The $1,000 Frenzy instant scratch-off ticket came out in May. The popular scratch-off has five $100,000 top prizes, seven $20,000 and 14 $10,000 prizes available.
Police in Baltimore County are investigating a carjacking, two robberies, and a burglary that were reported this week.
At about 11:15 p.m. on Sunday, August 13, two individuals, one of them armed, robbed the 7-Eleven located in the 4100 block of E. Joppa Road in Nottingham (21236). The suspects stole cash, the register drawer, and cigarettes before fleeing the scene in a vehicle.
At just after 2 p.m. on Monday, August 14, an individual entered a residence in the 8200 block of Old Philadelphia Road in Rosedale (21237) via an unlocked window and stole a laptop. Upon exiting, the suspect was arrested at the scene and the property was recovered.
At 8 p.m. on Monday, a man was approached by two individuals while sitting in his vehicle in the 6400 block of Petrie Way in Rosedale (21237). One suspect displayed a handgun, demanded the victim get out of the vehicle, and then the suspects drove off in the vehicle.
At about 10:30 p.m. on Monday, three individuals approached two people at a bus stop at Old Eastern Avenue and Back River Neck Road in Essex (21221). One of the suspects displayed a gun, pointed it at the victims, and stole their property. The three suspects then fled the scene.