[Chat] Fwd: Crime Alert

D. Williams dwilliamsjhu02 at hotmail.com
Thu Mar 25 13:14:07 EDT 2010


Thank you Sharon, I hope to be able to attend the Gang Information Workshop!
 


From: SLG2700 at cs.com
Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2010 11:37:50 -0400
To: chat at charlesvillage.info
CC: cvcapresident at charlesvillage.net; davidhill at charlesvillage.org; walter at charlesvillage.org
Subject: [Chat] Fwd: Crime Alert

Dear dwilliamsjhu02 at hotmail.com 

I am sorry if I alarmed you unnecessarily.

I am now forwarding the entire message that I received from the CVCBD on 3/23 so you can see it in context.   

Last night, Major Buzzuro of the Northern District Police spoke at the CVCA General Membership Meeting about the 3/12 homicide at 26th between Calvert and St. Paul (subject of a prior CVCBD crime alert) and the 3/15 homicide at 25th and Howard possibly being gang related.  He asked for our help in identifying incidents of gang and drug activity, graffiti, etc., and calling 911.  The workshop will teach us what to look for and how to obtain a crime watch number so that we can make 911 calls anonymously. 

Residents can sign up for the weekly crime alerts from CVCBD online at their website www.charlesvillage.org. 

Let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.

Sharon Guida, Chair, CVCA Safety Committee
www.charlesvillage.net

Subj: Re: [Chat] CVCBD Gang Information Workshop 
Date: 3/25/2010 11:19:33 AM Eastern Daylight Time 
From: dwilliamsjhu02 at hotmail.com 
Reply-to: chat at charlesvillage.info 
To: chat at charlesvillage.info 


What gangs in the district? A brief description of what we should be looking for would be helpful with an announcement like this...

This totally reminds me of they way they pitch the 11 o'clock news.
"You could be dead tomorrow...details at 11"


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Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2010 17:32:09 -0400
To: SLG2700 at cs.com
From: davidhill at charlesvillage.org
Subject: Crime Alert




  
Keeping Charles Village Safe and Clean
2434St Paul Street
Baltimore,MD 21218
410-235-4411/www.charlesvillage .org
 
               

Gang Information Workshop   
                                           DATE:    Saturday April 3, 2010   
                                           PLACE: PNC Bank Community Conference Room
                                             12 E. 25TH Street Baltimore, MD 21218  
                                           TIME:    11:00 am – 12:00PM 
   

In light of the recent spike in gang violence in the District, the CVCBD Community Safety
Program is sponsoring a “Gang Information Workshop”. The purpose is to educate the residents
in the culture of today’s “gang lifestyle”, provide information about how to safeguard against gang violence, and to answer many of the community’s questions. 


Special Guest: Detective Sergeant. A. Hamm

Baltimore School Police Force
Criminal Investigation Division

 
For more information contact:
Walter Brown
Coordinator, Community Safety Program
2434 Saint Paul Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
410-245-4411












walter at charlesvillage.org




 
 

Charles Village

Community Benefits District

 

Another Homicide in the District:
Howard & 25th Streets
On March 15, 2010 at approx. 6:44 pm an unidentified man was shot in the area of Howard and 25th Streets. The unidentified man died as a result of being shot while he was sitting inside of a vehicle. The victim is not a resident of the district. The suspects in this incident allegedly fired shots from anunidentified silver vehicle.According to my sources within the BPD it is too early to determine if this incident is related to the incident from Friday at Calvert & 26th Streets. At this time there is a limited amount of information. As it becomes available it will be disseminated accordingly.
If you or anyone you know has any information in reference to this incident please contact me (Walter Brown) at the CVCBD Community Safety Office so that I may forward it to the BPD Homicide Section. Your identity will of course remain ANONYMOUS.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you require additional information.



 ANNOUNCEMENTS 
 The Neighborhood Walkers meet nightly please contact the CVCBD CSP for information.   
• The Safety Advisory Committee meets Wednesday April 7, 2010 @ 3pm 2434 Saint Paul Street (CVCBD Conference Room). Open to all residents.  
• Contact the CVCBD Community Safety Office to schedule your “In-Home Safety Workshop” 



 Special Attention: 



 Charles Village Crime Alert   
March 7, 2010 - March 13, 2010
Homicide – 2600 blk. Calvert St. 3/12/10 4:20 pm 
The victim was shot and fatally wounded by an unknown suspect. Investigation is on-going. 

 
Shooting – 2600 blk. Greenmount Ave 3/7/10 1:00 am
The victim was walking when he heard several shots fired. The victim realized that an unknown suspect shot him in the ankle.
 






















Armed Robbery (Commercial) – 200 blk. W. 28TH St. 3/8/10 2:40 am
Property Taken: $240, Black Apple iPod (16GB)
Unknown suspects walked into the store and pointed a black revolver at the clerks. Suspect #1 ordered the clerks to open change machine and register. The suspects removed the currency and property and fled.




Aggravated Assault – 100 blk. W. 25TH Street 3/11/10 10:55 pm
The suspect came to the victim’s house to retrieve her belongings, at which time the suspect picked up a knife and began to threaten the victim. The suspect was arrested.




Burglary (Residential) - 300 blk. E. 33rd St. 3/8/10 7:30 pm 
Property Taken: Laptop, $20
An unknown suspect entered the location through an unlocked rear window. The victim was homeduring the incident and found the suspect inside the location. The suspect took the above listed property and fled through the front door.




Burglary (Commercial) – 3200 blk. E. 33RD Street 3/8/10 6:30 am – 11:30 pm
Property Taken: Lap-top, monitor, Jewelry, Check
An unknown suspect entered the location by unknown means and removed the above listed property.




Burglary (Commercial) – 3100 blk. Saint Paul St. 3/8/10 6:00 pm – 9:45 pm (2 Businesses)
Property Taken: none
An unknown suspect pried the rear basement door open to gain entry. Upon entry the alarm went off causing the suspect to flee through POE.




Burglary (Commercial) – Unit blk. E. 25TH St. 3/10/10 8:20 pm- 10:30 am
Property Taken: Projector, 3 Phones
An unknown suspect forced the front door to gain entry. The suspect removed the above property and fled.




Burglary (Commercial) – 400 blk. E. 25TH St. 3/9/10 12:30 am – 8:00 am 
Property Taken: Lottery Tickets, Cigarettes, $300, Cell Phones
An unknown suspect forced a hole in the wall to gain entry. The suspect removed the property and fled.The suspect was observed on video surveillance.




Burglary (Commercial) – 100 blk. W. 26TH St. 3/9/10 1:05 pm
Property Taken: None
The victim was moving from the location when she observed the suspect inside. The suspect fled the location w/o taking any property.
 




Larceny/ Auto – 200 blk. W. 24th St. 3/8/10 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Property Taken: Tom Tom GPS, Phone Charger
An unknown suspect unzipped the convertible top to the victim’s 2005 Jeep and removed the property. 




USEFUL Links

V.I.N.E Link (Victim Information Notification Everyday) (Maryland):
https://www.vinelink.com/vinelink/siteInfoAction.do?siteId=21999




 
 MD Criminal Injuries Compensation Board
http://www.dpscs.state.md.us 


Baltimore Police Department
http://www.baltimorepolice.org/
 
CVCBD Community Safety Home Page
http://charlesvillage.org/safety/
 
Baltimore City Government Health and Safety
http://baltimorecity.gov/Residents/HealthSafety/4StepsToFightingCrime.aspx 




Campus Safety and Security   
Weekly Campus Crime Report  
March 8, 2010 – March 15, 2010
On Campus  
None to Report  
Off Campus  
Burglary (Private Residence) – 3200 Blk. Guilford Ave. (odd numbered side) – On Mar. 9th between 9:00 AM and 11:55 PM, a lap top computer, computer monitor, MP3 player and two rings were taken from a non-affiliate’s residence. No signs of forced entry. Baltimore Police responded and are investigating.   
Attempted Theft– Unit Blk. E. 35th St. – Between Mar. 5th at 3:00 PM and Mar. 8th at 4:45 PM, the front passenger side window was broken on a senior undergraduate’s parked vehicle and its glove box opened. Nothing was taken. A GPS mount was visible on the dashboard but the GPS device was kept by the owner in his apartment   
Theft – Carma’s Café, 3100 Blk. St. Paul St. – On Mar. 9th at 8:30 AM, an ABS guard reported that a sanitation worker found a JHU senior’s wallet discarded in a trash can. Investigation revealed the senior had accidentally left her wallet at Carma’s Café three days earlier. An unknown person had removed cash and discarded the wallet in a trash can on Lovegrove St. Investigation continuing. 
  
When traveling at night use the Security Department’s escort service at 410-516-8700. Security Escort Vans are operational from 5:00 PM to 3:00AM. All students are welcome to participate in the security ride along program. This report is posted on http://www.jhu.edu/~security and distributed to the Residential Advisors.
  
  
Salem Reiner
Director
Office of Community Affairs
The Johns Hopkins University
901 S. Bond Street, Suite 540
sreiner1 at jhu.edu
 443-287-9900




 





 





 





 





 





 












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