Monday, January 28, 2013
A 35-year-old man was shot while waiting on the platform at the end of West Ridgely Road Friday.
Baltimore County police are asking for the public’s assistance in finding the person responsible for a shooting at the Lutherville light rail stop last week. The victim, Harold J. Blandon, Jr., 35, was shot in the face while standing on the light rail platform in the 100 block of West Ridgely Road, at 4:15 p.m., Jan. 25. He is still receiving medical attention. His condition remains unknown. Blandon was waiting for the train to take him home after work. “Detectives want to speak to anyone who was on the platform at or near the time of the shooting," according to a release. "Detectives believe that—even if you did not witness the shooting itself—you may have seen or heard something that may help them with this investigation." Police are …
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
A clerk was assaulted during the armed robbery.
A 22-year-old Baltimore man was attacked during an armed robbery at a Lutherville-Timonium gas station last week. Follow Lutherville-Timonium Patch on Facebook and Twitter. And don't forget to sign up for the daily newsletter. A man between the ages of 18 to 20 pulled a gun on the clerk at the Margate BP gas station in the 1600 block of York Road at 4:30 p.m., on Jan. 17. The assailant was carrying what appeared to be a black semi-automatic handgun. The robber struck the cashier with the handle of the handgun and stole and unspecifed amount of cash out of the register. The suspect was last seen heading northbound on York Road on foot. Related Content:
Friday, December 28, 2012
Police say a couple's romantic night took a violent turn in Timonium.
A Timonium man has been accused of severely beating and attempting to kill his girlfriend on Dec. 23, according to charging documents. The suspect, Andre Jones Lewis II, was charged with attempted second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault and felony possession of a shotgun, according to court records. Police interviewed Lewis and his girlfriend, who suffered "extensive bruising to both eyes and multiple facial lacerations," as well as additional bodily trauma, according to Baltimore County police. Lewis, 37, initially told police that his girlfriend's wounds were self-inflicted. "He further stated that [she] cut herself with a knife and fell down the stairs," the report reads. He later declined to be interviewed by police …
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Police say a 22-year-old Lutherville woman wrote about the Parkville and Cockeysville homes she allegedly burglarized.
For some, a journal is a place to keep their secrets but one Lutherville woman's journal entries resulted in eight burglary charges. Emily Kearns, 22, of the unit block of Elphin Court, is charged with a series of nine burglaries that span areas in both Cockeysville and Parkville precincts. Kearns was arrested on Dec. 4 when detectives, who were keeping her under surveillance, saw her break into a home in the unit block of Country Club Lane and attempt to break into a home in the unit block of Greentree Drive in the Phoenix area, according to police spokeswoman Cpl. Cathleen Batton. After her arrest, detectives recovered a journal the woman allegedly kept which was used as part of the investigation that tied her to six other burglaries in …
Friday, November 16, 2012
Police have said the flyers do not pose a threat.
A Lutherville resident earlier this week said her son discovered anti-Semitic literature by her mailbox on Norman Avenue. A second woman—also of Lutherville—reported finding the same flyers on Seminary Avenue. The flyers are also said to contain "end of the world" messages, according to neighbors who have seen them. The issue surrounding these flyers was first reported by Patch in January 2012. Baltimore County residents from Lutherville-Timonium, Reisterstown and Parkville all told police that they had found flyers on the streets or sidewalks near their homes. Read More: Police: Anti-Semitic Flyers Not a Threat Police Capt. Matthew McElwee, commander of Baltimore County Police Franklin Precinct 3 in Reisterstown has said that this …
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Baltimore County police executed search warrants against two local spas on Aug. 22.
Baltimore County police arrested two women Thursday for allegedly running massage parlors in Timonium without licenses. One proprietor also was charged with prostitution. Police executed a search warrant on two Timonium spas on Aug. 22, according to police spokeswoman Cpl. Cathy Batton. County police were joined in the raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, she added. Yan Gao, of Flushing, NY, was charged with two counts of prostitution and one count of practicing massage therapy without a license, online court records show. Gao, 41, was arrested for alleged illegal activity at York Spa, in the 2000 block of York Road in Timonium. Wen Qun Chen, also of Flushing, NY, was charged with practicing massage therapy without a …
Monday, May 21, 2012
Bail has been set at $50,000 for a Brooklyn, NY, woman now charged with conspiracy to distribute narcotics out of a Lutherville pain clinic.
A New York woman surrendered to police Monday morning as a suspect in connection with an investigation into a Lutherville pain clinic that was called a 'pill mill' in an affavdavit in support of a search warrant. Alina Margulis, 45, of Brooklyn, was indicted Monday by a Baltimore County grand jury on charges of conspiracy to distribute Schedule II narcotics, according to a Baltimore County police release. Margulis was ordered to surrender her passport. Her bail was set at $50,000. So far, three people have been arrested in connection with the Healthy Life Medical Group—a clinic in the 1100 block of York Road that allegedly over-prescribed patients powerful painkillers that were not medically required, according to law enforcement officials…
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Patch breaks down the investigation that led to the arrest of two men who allegedly conspired to distribute powerful painkillers to thousands of out-of-state addicts.
Police have shut down a Lutherville pain clinic amid allegations that the owners were fraudulently prescribing unreasonably high amounts of powerful painkillers to patients for non-medical reasons. The Healthy Life Medical Group, located in the 1100 block of York Road, was seeing nearly 120 patients a day and routinely prescribed the maximum allowable amount (per month) of Oxycodone, among other drugs, according to an affidavit filed in Baltimore County Circuit Court in support of a search warrant. The clinic was raided Tuesday afternoon and two of the operators have been arrested, according to Baltimore County police. Gerald Wiseberg, 78, of Boca Raton, FL, and Michael Jacob Reznikov, 51, of Brooklyn, NY, were charged with conspiring to …