Detectives need your help to find 15-year old Cheyenne Huther. She was last seen on June 25, 2017, at her home in the 2700 block of Berwick Avenue. Huther is 5'7 and weighs 145 pounds. Detectives believe that Huther ran away from her home. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call 911.
Be on the Lookout
Captain Jeffrey Shorter of the Northeast District asked that I share the following with the citizens of Northeast Baltimore. Please be on the lookout for this individual. If he is seen in the area knocking on doors or in a yard looking through windows, please contact police. This individual has a criminal history of committing burglaries. He is currently NOT WANTED at this time, but please contact 911 or the NED if any information is known in reference to any criminal activity. NED District: 410-396-2444
Police Arrest Carjacking Suspects in Northeast Baltimore
Follow this link to the Sun’s Article concerning these arrests:
Ednor Gardens Robbery Arrest
On 3/8/17 BPD received information in reference to robberies along the NED/ND border, Ednor Gardens. A suspect was arrested and interviewed As a result several delivery driver robberies will be closed and the suspect off the street. I would like to personally thank our extended family, our communities, for helping us take this person off the street. The investigation continues to ascertain if he was responsible for additional robberies. As we move closer to closing other cases I will be seeking community impact letters.
Over the past few months the NED has experienced an increase of residential burglaries. During this time we have developed several groups possibly responsible for these burglaries. On today's date we were able to arrest a juvenile suspect who has subsequently been charged with three burglaries in Bel Air-Edison. We will continue to focus on these suspected groups. The prime times for these burglaries are 8am-3pm and 6pm-8pm, the majority of the burglaries are occurring in the rear. If you observe suspicious persons in the rear of your home please call 911.
Major Milton Snead