12-year old mugs 11-year old on Belle Grove Elementary playground

| May 11, 2016

assaultOn May 10, 2016 at approximately 7:22 p.m., officers responded to 300 block of West Arden Road in Baltimore for a report of an assault and attempted robbery of a citizen. Upon arrival, officers met with the 11 year old male victim. The victim reports that he was playing basketball at Belle Grove Elementary School (4502 Belle Grove Road) when he was approached by a 12 year old boy that he knew from the neighborhood. The 12 year old struck the 11 year old victim in the face multiple times and told him to empty his pockets. The 11 year old refused and the suspect then dug into the victim’s pockets but did not find anything. The victim then walked home where he called police. The suspect was located at his residence located in the 600 block of Old Riverside Road and placed under arrest for assault and attempted robbery. The suspect was charged on a juvenile citation and released to his father. The victim did not receive any serious injuries and did not require any medical treatment.

Suspect: 12 year old male from 600 block of Old Riverside Road. Baltimore, Maryland 21225

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  1. Pat says:

    Why is this a police matter rather than a neighborhood matter? If my 11 year old came home and told me that he was punched in the face and had no signs of damage we would go to the other child’s family and sit down and talk.

    • MP says:

      My question is WHY is this child not spending a night in jail to think about his criminal actions towards an innocent classmate??? Doing NOTHING these days are the very reasons we have the issues we have! No one seems to understand or expect consequences for their bad actions! No wonder he thinks it’s perfectly fine to do what he did and he will most likely retaliate once again on the victim for standung up for himself. And he will eventually most likely end up in the jail system for a much larger crime at the expense of more in icent people and our tax money to support his thug ass!

      • Cameron Ervin says:

        He didnt touch him smart ass and he didn’t go in his pocket you are acting like he murdered someone and I want to let u know that he does good in school and is well on his way to success in his football career but on the other hand the 11 year old boy is bad asf he runs around cussing at people harassing people so u can go somewhere else with that bullshit

  2. Cameron Ervin says:

    I am the cousin of the 12 year old boy and that is not how it happend what happens was that my cousin lost his $3 at the basketball court of belle grove elementary so he asked the 11 year old if he could see what he had in his pocket the boy refused and that was the end of it, he never touched him.

    • Cameron Ervin says:

      I was there with him the whole time.

    • Buck Melanoma says:

      Cameron,

      Thank you for your interesting take on the article, but perhaps you need to take this information to the police instead of openly acting like a typical “white trash”, under-educated child on this forum. Cussing people out on the internet is one of the truest forms of stupidity known today.

      The official police report lists no witnesses, yet you say you were there the entire time? Unlikely. It is good that you are trying to cover for your family, however this is not the appropriate forum.

      So basically, it is your cousin’s fault that he did not properly secure his $3.00, and he immediately jumped to the conclusion that the other kid stole it? What did you have in your pockets that day…if you were, in fact, really there?