Baltimore Metro Crime: Week of Nov. 2
Check out crime going on around the region.
A woman was robbed as she waited for an MTA bus. Read the full story on Arbutus Patch.
Two juveniles face sexual assault charges related to the assault of two teenage girls near Catonsville High School. Read more about crime in Catonsville Patch.
Thirty packs of cigarettes were stolen from a convenience store in a robbery where a woman led employees to believe she was armed with a handgun. Read the full story on Pikesville Patch.
Talk about having a bad day: a woman had $50 stolen from her while she waited in the emergency room at Union Memorial Hospital. Read the full story on North Baltimore Patch.
A crime of vice: nearly $4,000 worth of cigarettes and liquor were stolen in a burglary. Read the full story on Towson Patch.
A man, sleeping in his car, awakened to find a man tapping on his window with a knife. The robber then took the victims passport and GPS. Read more about crime in Hunt Valley Patch.
A car was stolen after three people were robbed at gunpoint inside their apartment. Read the full story on Owings Mills-Reisterstown Patch.
A pizza delivery driver was robbed at both gunpoint and knifepoint by a total of six men. Read the ful story on Parkville-Overlea Patch.
Rent checks and cash were stolen from the front office of an apartment complex. Read more about crime in Essex-Middle River Patch.
A man was robbed of drugs, a wallet and an ID card by three men after leaving a bar. Earlier, the man had purchased drugs from one of the suspects. Read more about crime in Dundalk Patch.
A man was arrested after he allegedly robbed a man while waiting in line at a Chick-Fil-A restaurant inside a mall. Read the full story on Perry Hall Patch.