Vehicle Break-ins Reported at Perry Hall and Honey Run Regional Parks

There have been some scary moments in the Perry Hall area as Baltimore County Police reported on Sept. 28 that a Jeep window was broken out and a purse was stolen out of the vehicle at Honeygo Run Regional Park at 9033 Honeygo Boulevard in White Marsh. Then an hour later the same police officer was called to Perry Hall Park at 9650 Honeygo Boulevard for a theft from another vehicle.

According to police, the victim of the vehicle at Perry Hall Park had received an alert on her phone that her credit card was declined at Best Buy at 5200 Campbell Boulevard. When she returned to her vehicle, she discovered that her purse was stolen.

Police discovered that the victim’s credit cards were used at Best Buy in White Marsh and a nearby gas station on Campbell Boulevard. According to police, the victim used the power of Facebook to track down two suspects thought an anonymous tip, and the police investigation also confirmed that information.

Baltimore City Police arrested Charles Allen Fry (39) of no fixed address and Lauren Michelle Richardson (30) of the 300 block of Hidden Valley Road in Tracys Landing in Southern Maryland on Oct. 11 during a traffic stop after a report of a stolen truck out of the county.

Police said that some of the items stolen from the Perry Hall thefts, drug paraphernalia and tools to break into vehicles, were recovered during the arrest.

The press release also mentioned that a similar incident of theft was reported at the White Marsh LA Fitness, located at 8221 Town Center Drive.

Many Perry Hall residents, such as myself, use these Perry Hall parks and it is scary that this type of crime takes place.

Police advise citizens not to leave valuable items in their cars and to keep an eye out for any suspicious activity in the parks.