On September 18, the burglar was caught on an exterior surveillance camera at a home in the unit block of Meadow Bank Court in Parkville. Around 11 a.m. he entered the home through an open window on the second floor.
The burglar was also caught on an interior surveillance camera. The burglar, a thin black male with tattoos running down his right arm and another tattoo on his left arm, took cash and credit cards before leaving the home. He also took the interior camera, which he appears to put in his pocket, and destroyed the exterior camera.
This tattooed burglar is believed to be responsible for a number of burglaries in the Parkville area, mainly in the neighborhoods off of Seven Courts Drive. Most of the burglaries have occurred during daylight hours when the resident is at work, entering through unsecured windows to the rear of the home. Cash, credit cards, electronics and jewelry have been taken in these burglaries.
Anyone who may recognize this suspect or has any information on the identity of this suspect is asked to contact police at 410-307-2020. The Baltimore County Burglary Unit is continuing to investigate all of the burglaries involved with this suspect.
Following a request from Delegate Christian Miele and Councilman David Marks, Baltimore County has replaced the swing sets at Oakhurst Park in Perry Hall.
The swing sets were missing, so neighbors asked Delegate Miele to help get a new set installed. Delegate Miele worked with Councilman Marks to expedite the replacement swings.
Oakhurst Park is located adjacent to Pikehall Place.
“I am pleased we were able to get these swings replaced so quickly,” Delegate Miele said. “It was a priority for the families I have met in this area of the Seven Courts Drive corridor.”
Delegate Miele was joined by Councilman Marks and Delegate Joe Cluster in inspecting the improvements.
“I would like to thank Delegates Cluster and Miele for working with me to improve Perry Hall’s park system,” Councilman Marks concluded. “Since 2010, four new parks have opened in Perry Hall, and it requires teamwork at all levels.”
Councilman David Marks announced on Monday that the county will hold a community meeting to discuss the final stages of the stream restoration project in the lower Seven Courts Drive area of Perry Hall.
The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Monday, November 21, 2016, at the Perry Hall public library (9685 Honeygo Boulevard).
Baltimore County will be restoring approximately 5,000 linear feet of degraded stream and habitat from Naygall Road to India Avenue along a tributary of the Lower Gunpowder River. The tributary cross Seven Courts Drive behind The Festival at Perry Hall Shopping Center. Nearly all of the work will occur on county or community association property.
“Our office has actively followed the progress of this project, and we have met with residents of the condominiums behind Weis Market who are most affected by the changes,” Councilman Marks commented. “I am glad this work is finally advancing, and look forward to the completion of this project next year.”
Residents can contact the Department of Environmental Protection and Sustainability at (410) 887-2904 with any questions.