Man, Woman Charged in Perry Hall Home Burglary

Police arrested two suspects shortly after the June 10 burglary on Ayr Court.

UPDATE (June 11, 3:10 p.m.)—Police said they arrested a man and woman Sunday afternoon in Perry Hall, less than a half hour after a reported burglary.

Nicholas Frederick Florian, 30, of the 4400 block of Forge Road in Perry Hall, and Marisa Nicole Hatzidimitriou, 22, of the 9600 block of Gerst Road in Perry Hall, were each charged with multiple counts of burglary. 

At about 1 p.m. on June 10, a homeowner in the unit block of Ayr Court, off Beaconsfield Road, told police she found a basement bedroom ransacked after hearing strange noises. An unlocked basement window had been opened, according to a police report.

The resident also noticed the garage had been opened and a light was on. She went inside, saw a man and yelled at him to get out. He and a woman then drove away in a blue Chevrolet. The victim contacted police and provided investigators with a vehicle description and partial tag number, the police report showed. 

The resident later told police she noticed some of her property, mostly electronics, had been left in bags in her basement.

Within 25 minutes of the incident, police said they stopped a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt at Perry Hall Boulevard and Lillian Holt Drive, with Florian and Hatzidimitriou inside. Police found several electronics and power tools inside the vehicle and arrested both suspects, according to the police report.

Florian was charged with first-, third- and fourth-degree burglary, as well as fourth-degree burglary of tools, fourth-degree theft and theft of less than $100. Hatzidimitriou was charged with first-, third- and fourth-degree burglary, and fourth-degree burglary of tools, court records show.

Police are investigating to determine if the suspects have been involved in any additional burglary incidents, according to Lt. Ron Brooks of the .

Residents are urged to keep windows and doors locked whenever possible and to report any suspicious behavior immediately to police by calling 911, Brooks added.

Editor's Note: A previous version of this article listed a Parkville block address for suspect Marisa Nicole Hatzidimitriou. This was the address originally included in the police report. Patch, however, has updated the article with a Perry Hall address that is listed on Hatzidimitriou's online court record.

Andrew June 12, 2012 at 12:41 PM
Hopefully they can pin this robbery on them as well. seems Cut and dry to me. http://perryhall.patch.com/articles/perry-hall-crime-tools-copper-stolen
Paul June 12, 2012 at 01:15 PM
Nice work and reaction by the homeowner to get some car details and partial license plate! Without that, these model citizens would still be out there!
SHOOTER June 12, 2012 at 11:22 PM
It's probably against their precious rights , or some crap like that. Hey, I kept it clean.
E June 13, 2012 at 05:02 PM
Hmm I figured since I hadn't seen Nick lurking in the woods by my house lately he overdosed and died. Unfortunately he has been to rehab plenty of times and as his records stands he'll be a junky until it kills him. He's been a blight on the neighborhood since hr was in middle school.
Jim Arrington June 27, 2012 at 04:06 PM
Good old Nick, well if you Nick the drug addict ever came near my house and broke in you would be dead. I don't know what has happened to the people of Parkville and Perry hall as you are leaving yourselfs wide open to be a victim, these area's are not nice neighborhoods anymore. Look around folks and see what is walking your streets, never seen so many new faces. This has come right out of the city and the apartments in the area's welcome this then have at it you fools as the city line has now moved to Joppa road north. Wise up and look around before your a victim.


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