Just before 4 a.m., suspect entered a 7-11 store displaying a dark gray semi-automatic handgun and stated that he needed some cigarettes. The suspect went around the counter and took about 15 packs of cigarettes and a “Blu” brand electronic cigarette. The suspect put the property in a bag that he brought with him and fled on foot toward York Road.
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Police Investigating Homicide in Catonsville
The Baltimore County Police Department is investigating a double shooting that left one man dead in the 7000-block of Upper Mills Circle, 21228.
On September 15, at 5:54 p.m., a Baltimore County Police supervisor was in the area of Johnnycake Road and Upper Mills Circle, 21228, when he heard the sounds of gunshots. The police officer investigated the sounds and found a male victim running down the street suffering from at least one gunshot to the back. Police were able to determine that the suspects had fled the area in a red van and broadcasted the information to other police units in the area. Police officers located the red van fleeing westbound on Route 40 West (The Baltimore National Pike) towards the Howard County line. The suspects driving the red van crashed into numerous vehicles, including police cars while fleeing from the crime scene. Baltimore County Police were able to get the van stopped and took the two male suspects into custody on Route 40 at the Baltimore County/Howard County line at the bridge.
There were two male victims, one was found deceased inside a car in the 7000-block of Upper Mills Circle. The second victim, who was found running from the scene by police was transported to a local hospital for treatment. His condition at this time is unknown. There were no injuries to the police involved in the pursuit and apprehension.
The two male suspects were taken to a police facility, where they will face murder charges along with a list of other charges. Baltimore County Homicide investigators are handling this case.2014-09-16T04:15:44+01:00http://www.facebook.com/BaltimoreCountyPoliceandFire/posts/855056507837815
Investigating homicide Johnnycake Rd & Upper Mill Circle. 2 persons shot (1 deceased) & 2 suspects in custody after pursuit. ^RM2014-09-16T00:30:58+01:00http://www.facebook.com/BaltimoreCountyPoliceandFire/posts/854990574511075
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Precinct 7 - Cockeysville
Precinct 7 - Cockeysville
At 11:50 p.m., suspect entered the Royal Farm store displaying a silver handgun and gave a canvas bag to the clerk. Suspect demanded the safe be opened and money taken from the safe. Clerk advised that he couldn't open the safe and gave the suspect money from the register. Suspect fled the scene on foot.
At 10:50 p.m., victim returned home and went upstairs. While upstairs a masked suspect appeared holding a blunt object. The suspect demanded money and medication, and threatened to kill her. The suspect implied he was involved in a similar robbery at the same residence a few months ago. The suspect grabbed the victim’s purse and cell phone and fled the home. The victim’s cell phone was found on the side of Interstate 83 with the help of a phone location application that was installed on her phone. The victim’s empty purse was found on Old York Road at Gibson Road.
Sometime between 12:30 a.m. and 9:40 a.m., an unknown suspect entered through a window near the garage by poking through the screen and undoing the latch. A wallet and personal papers were taken from the location.
Between midnight and 5:30 a.m., an unknown suspect entered the house through an unlocked garage door and door to house. A computer, laptop and briefcase were taken.