Monday, March 25, 2013
The 17-year-old boy reportedly stole $110 from his juvenile client's home.
An alleged underage Parkville drug dealer reportedly burglarized a home to settle a debt owed by a 16-year-old resident. The boy, 17, broke into the home in the 1700 block of Joan Avenue through a rear back basement door at around 6 p.m. Friday, according to a Baltimore County police report. He allegedly stole $110 in cash, owed by a 16-year-old resident. Police said the boy was arrested and charged for burglary and drug distribution.
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Brian Eggleston pleaded guilty to the murders in November 2012.
A man who pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree murder in the June 2011 shooting deaths of his girlfriend and her 4-year-old daughter will be sentenced Wednesday. Brian Eggleston, a Parkville resident, admitted to the murders on Nov. 26, 2012, according to a news release from Baltimore County's state's attorney's office. He will be sentenced at 9:30 a.m. in Circuit County. Police discovered the bodies of Alicia Avery, 25, and her daughter Darry'el Parker on June 26, 2011 in a room at Welcome Inn, 8729 Loch Bend Drive. Both suffered gun shot wounds to the head. Police said they were killed on June 24, 2011. Charging documents showed that the couple had a history of arguments. Baltimore City Police had placed Avery at the Welcome Inn …
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Police are investigating the incident that occurred Sunday afternoon in Parkville.
A male was stabbed Sunday afternoon in Parkville, and was transported to the Division of Trauma at Sinai Hospital. The stabbing occurred shortly after 4 p.m. at the intersection of Chestnut Oak and Yakona roads, according to Cpl. George Erhardt, Baltimore County Police Department spokesman. The victim 'got in a car,' and police found him at Lakawanna Avenue and Joppa Road, Erhardt said. It's not clear the age of the victim, or if he drove the car himself, Erhardt said. Police are conducting interviews but have made no arrests, Erhardt said.
Monday, January 14, 2013
Antonio Shawnelle Woods, 34, was found sleeping on the floor, Baltimore County police said.
A homeless man, which a police report notes is nicknamed "Sleepy," was arrested after a property manager allegedly discovered him sleeping on the floor of a Parkville residence. Around 2 p.m. Jan. 7, the property manager found Antonio Shawnelle Woods, 34, sleeping on the floor, according to a Baltimore County police report filed at the Towson precinct. The property manager was using the basement area of the location as a storage space. Woods was charged with second degree burglary. Police said Woods was a former tenant of the property manager. Nothing was stolen from the residence, but a rear basement door was damaged, according to the report.
Friday, January 11, 2013
Alycia Marie Hoffman, 25, faces narcotics possession charges as well traffic offenses
The woman that allegedly hit two Baltimore City police officers with a car on Wednesday, previously faced theft charges as a result of being a passenger in a car during a fatal accident in July 2011. Alycia Marie Hoffman, 25, was arrested and charged with drug possession and several traffic offenses after she allegedly struck two police officers with a car and then led a chase into Baltimore County, according to police. Hoffman, of Bel Air, after allegedly striking the officers, led police on a chase through Northeast Baltimore, Towson, Parkville and Carney before county police cars boxed her in and forced her to a stop. The officers who were struck by the vehicle suffered non-life-threatening injuries, according to Baltimore police …
Saturday, December 22, 2012
An 18-year-old man stands accused of attempted first degree murder, first degree assault, among other charges.
Police have charged an 18-year-old man in the shooting of an off-duty police officer in Overlea. Essex resident Michael Jabateh, 18, was charged with attempted first degree murder after an incident in which police describe a man opening fire on a car driven by an off-duty police officer. The officer was trying to maneuver his personal car through a crowd of juveniles and young adults that blocked the roadway after leaving a party in 700 block of Dale Avenue. Read more about the party that led to an officer being shot: Investigation Reveals Shot Officer's Weapon Fired The officer was shot twice and had to be transported to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center. "The off-duty officer turned onto the street in his personal vehicle, …
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 …
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
An off-duty police officer was shot in an Overlea area neighborhood in the early morning Dec. 9.
An off duty police officer who was shot in Overlea nearly two weeks ago was able to fire at least two rounds during the attack. A police department investigation found that two rounds were fired from weapon of the Baltimore County police officer shot when a gunman emerged from an unruly crowd near Dale Avenue and Danville Road on Dec. 9, according to an email from police spokeswoman Elise Armacost. "Investigators have not yet determined the context in which the weapon was fired," Armacost wrote, adding that police were able to confirm the officer had not been shot with his own weapon. The incident occurred around 3:24 a.m. Dec. 9 when the officer, off-duty at the time, was driving to his home. As he neared the intersection of Dale Avenue …
Sunday, December 9, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Baltimore County Police Department. In cases where a criminal charge is noted, the information provided does not indicate a conviction.
An off-duty Baltimore County Police Department officer was shot twice in the Overlea area Sunday morning after a gunman emerged from a crowd. At 3:24 a.m. police found the officer, suffering from two gunshot wounds, at Dale Avenue and Danwood Road, according to a report from Baltimore County police. Police found out that a "large group of people" had been blocking the street, and that the off-duty officer had "stopped his vehicle and asked them to move so he could pass," the report states. "A male emerged from the crowd with a gun and fired several shots into the victim's car, striking him twice," it states. The officer was taken to Shock Trauma with non-life threatening injuries, and was released. "Investigators believe that the incident …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
The man accused of killing his wife and another man over the weekend may have made comments about marital troubles on the social network in the days leading up to the stabbing.
The man arrested for the stabbing death of his wife and another man in Parkville Sunday morning may have made comments about marital troubles on Facebook in the days leading up to the killings. Beginning in late October, a man using the same name as the man arrested and charged in the crime—Bryant Walls—posted to Facebook complaining of marital trouble. Police have said since Walls turned himself in that domestic issues were a possible motive in the killings. A police spokeswoman could not immediately confirm the messages were written by Walls, 45, of the 300 block of Pulaski Highway in Joppa. "We can't confirm that it's his page until we get the results of the review from Facebook," Batton said. "[The comments] did not contribute to his …