Around 10:30 a.m., suspect physically threatened victim over a personal dispute. Suspect was arrested.
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Precinct 4 - Pikesville
Precinct 4 - Pikesville
Around 1:15 p.m., suspect entered the Game Stop store, displayed a gun and demanded money from the registers.
Sometime between 6 and 9 p.m., a group of juveniles gained access to a business and took a safe. A parent of one of the juveniles called police when she found the safe in her home, and one suspect was arrested.
Around 11:40 p.m., three suspects were observed as they entered a detached shed and took two bicycles. When they realized they had been seen, suspects abandoned the bicycles and other stolen property and fled. Suspects were later located and arrested.
Since May 5, there have been seven burglaries between the hours of 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. in a section of the Pikesville precinct area. Smith Avenue borders the area on the north and the Baltimore City line on the south.
The method of entry for the suspects, in most cases, is through an unlocked door or window. In one incident, the suspect removed insulation from around a window air conditioner, reached in, and unlocked a door.
It is very important to keep your home secured at all times. Criminals will look for unlocked doors and windows when deciding what house to target. Keep your doors and windows locked and use your alarm system if you have one. Also, make sure that your home is well lit at night. This will give criminals no place to hide.
The Pikesville Precinct Community Outreach Team offers free residential security surveys. If you are interested in having a uniformed officer come to your home to help you with ideas to better secure your home, call 410-887-6775.
Essential to the police department’s ability to keep communities safe is the assistance of the public. Criminals count on not being noticed or being seen by people who do not report their suspicious activities. Help make your community an uncomfortable place for any criminal. If you notice any suspicious activity, get a good description of the subjects and/or vehicles and report it to police immediately.
- Precinct 4: 410-887-1279
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- For emergencies call 911
The Precinct 4/Pikesville Officer of the Month for June 2015 is officer Terry.
During June, officer Terry issued 56 traffic citations, 28 warnings, six safety equipment repair orders, and completed five field interviews. He cleared 11 traffic cases, three misdemeanor cases, and one felony case; making six arrests. Most of his clearances and arrests are from self-initiated actions.
Officer Terry completed field training in August of 2014 and has already been assigned a permanent post car.
Officer Terry’s supervisor describes him as a “leader among his squad" and "an asset to the Pikesville Precinct”.
Around 8:15 a.m., victim was struck by subject who then pointed a knife at him and demanded money. Suspect left with cash. Suspect was later located and arrested.