Johns Hopkins Gazette: July 25, 1994


OFF CAMPUS -- Homewood

East 30th Street: Three black males armed with handguns
approached a group of six students walking east in the unit
block of East 30th Street Wednesday, July 13, at 12:30 a.m. The
assailants pointed their weapons at the students, pushed two of
the victims to the ground and demanded money. Cash and personal
property were taken. The assailants then ran east on 30th
Street across St. Paul Street. All three assailants were armed
with handguns and wore bandannas over their faces.

29th and Charles Streets: On Monday, July 11, a black male
sitting on a bench in the city park near the statue exposed
himself to a university employee. The victim yelled, and the
suspect walked west into the park. The perpetrator is described
as a black male in his late 20s, 5 feet, 11 inches, 150 pounds
with short black hair, medium complexion and clean shaven. He
was last seen wearing a white jersey with three-quarter length
sleeves, black sweat shorts, white socks, black athletic shoes,
brown sunglasses and a black Orioles cap turned backwards.
Officers believe he is the same man who exposed himself at that
location May 25.

3800 San Martin Drive: A white male, 33 to 35 years old,
between 6 feet and 6 feet, 3 inches, weighing between 190 and
220 pounds, was seen indecently exposing himself in the wooded
area of San Martin Drive. He was last seen wearing a gray
T-shirt and reddish print short pants.

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