Sunday, November 18, 2012
The investigation was spurred by the discovery of skeletal remains Wednesday in Reisterstown.
Baltimore County police continue to investigate the discovery of a dead body, days after uncovering the remains of a human hand in Reisterstown, according to a media advisory. The body of an unidentified male was discovered in the Hanover Pike and Butler Road area Saturday morning. “Police investigators had returned to the area to conduct a detailed search after a human hand had been found earlier in the week near the 300-block of Hedgepocket Way, 21136,” the release states. Police have not yet identified the corpse, nor have they provided a description at this time. The remains have been transported to the the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy. Police are asking anyone who may have information to contact detectives at (410) …
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Baltimore County Police confirmed that a human hand was found on a Reisterstown property on Wednesday.
Police confirmed that a human hand was found on a Reisterstown property Wednesday morning. The hand, which consisted mostly of skeletal remains, was found in the 300 block of Hedge Pocket Way by a landscaper working in the area. He called police at 11:08 a.m., said Cpl. Cathy Batton, a Baltimore County police spokeswoman. Police were awaiting the results of the Chief Medical Examiner’s tests, which confirmed Thursday that what was found is a human hand, according to a press release. The case is still under investigation, police said.
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
A Reisterstown woman was charged with making a false statement to police after an officer found a TV she said was stolen inside her apartment.
One local woman thought she could avoid paying for a rented television by telling police it was stolen. The problem? Police paid her a visit, and found the TV safe and sound at her apartment. Regina Ann Miller, 51, of the 200 block of Cork Lane in Reisterstown, was arrested and charged with making a false statement after reporting a burglary to officers at the Baltimore County Police Franklin Precinct No. 3. “It became clear that she was concocting the story to avoid payment on a TV that she had rented,” according to a press release. “An officer met her at her home and found the TV inside her apartment, plugged in and with dust on it.”