Sometime between 8 p.m. on February 28 and 1:54 a.m. on March 1, an unknown suspect entered an apartment by breaking a window. A wallet was taken from the location.
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Precinct 6 - Towson
Precinct 6 - Towson
At approximately 7 p.m., an unknown suspect broke the glass to a rear door to a home but did not gain entry.
At 7:25 p.m., the victim had just parked her vehicle, had the drivers door open, and her purse was on her lap. The suspect approached the victim, took her purse, and fled the scene.
At 7:20 p.m., the victim went to her vehicle and started it. The victim left the vehicle, went inside the restaurant and left the car unlocked and the motor running. When she returned the car was being driven away.
Sometime between 11 a.m. February 21 and 10 a.m. February 23, an unknown suspect used force to enter the location. The suspect broke the deadbolt on the door then stole several items.
The Baltimore County Police Department reminds all drivers to stop when the lights on school buses are flashing.
Maryland law states that vehicles must come to a complete stop on both sides of the street if there is no physical divider or barrier. Drivers who pass the bus before all lights have ceased flashing may face the following consequences:
- Drivers who pass a school bus while the lights are flashing will receive a citation that carries a maximum payable fine of $570 and a 3-point penalty.
- Drivers who stop but then proceed while the lights are flashing will receive a citation that carries a maximum payable fine of $570 and a 2-point penalty.
- Drivers who contribute to an accident when they fail to stop for a school bus while the lights are flashing may face additional penalties.
Children are not always aware of their surroundings and assume that drivers will stop for them. Youngsters also dart into the road without looking first for traffic. Allow room for the frequent stops that happen during the morning pick up and the afternoon drop off.
Captain Landsman started his career in law enforcement in August of 1994 as a police cadet in Baltimore City. Over the last twenty years, he has worked in many different assignments. He worked as a patrol officer and detective in the Cockeysville Precinct. As a corporal and sergeant, he served in several assignments including Burglary, Homicide, and patrol, which included a year and a half at the Towson Precinct. He served as a shift commander and as the assistant precinct commander at the Pikesville Precinct. After being promoted to Captain in 2011, he was assigned to the Vice/Narcotics Section and transferred to Towson in April of 2014. Captain Landsman is a 2008 graduate of the FBI National Academy.
Captain Landsman : "One of the best deterrents against crime is an engaged community working cooperatively with the police and other public service agencies. We have that in the Towson Precinct. We have it in our residential communities and in our business communities. "