Batter's Box Break-in and a Suspect on the Roof
Local crime reported to the Baltimore County Police Department's White Marsh and Parkville Precincts.
Theft from Unlocked Cars
Oct. 7-8: Overnight, unknown suspects entered two unlocked vehicles parked in the driveway of a home on Apperson Road off of Philadelphia Road. A GPS valued at $250 and two credit cards valued at $30 were stolen.
One street over, on Madge Court, another vehicle was entered and a garage door opener valued at $30 was stolen. Nothing else was taken.
Police have repeatedly encouraged local residents to lock the doors to their vehicles.
Batter's Box Break-in
Oct. 9: In the early morning, an unknown suspect broke into the Batter's Box sports bar on Belair Road. After breaking a window, the suspect entered the building and stole 90 lottery tickets, 11 packs of cigarettes and two ice buckets. Losses and damages amounted to nearly $800. Restaurant management declined to comment on the break-in.
Town House Robbery
Oct. 9: Between 6 a.m. and 5:50 p.m., an unknown suspect broke into a town home on Olde Forge Lane and stole an Xbox, games and clothes valued at $450.
Suspect on the Roof
Oct. 17: On Glen Park Road, behind the Brick Bodies in Perry Hall, a 42-year-old white male ran from his own house and climbed on top of the roof of another man's house without permission. Police were called. The man got down off the house.