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INCIDENT TYPE:  Aggravated Assault

LOCATION:  600 N. Charles Street (at Homewood-Peabody-JHMI shuttle stop)

DATE:  8/28/2018

TIME:  12:15 PM

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT: On the above date and time, a suspect held a switchblade knife to the side of a Peabody student while he was sitting on the bench at the Homewood-Peabody-JHMI shuttle stop in the 600 block of North Charles Street.  The suspect held the knife on the student for a few seconds, then said that he had been “punked.”  The suspect could not be located after a search.

Suspect:  black male, 40’s, average build, “buzz” haircut, wearing a dark green short-sleeve shirt and blue jeans.

CRIME TIPS: If you are a crime victim, try to remember as many details about the suspect as possible.  Remember:

S- Size (The number of people, gender, ages, and physical descriptions)
A – Activity (Describe exactly what they are doing)
L – Location (Provide exact location)
U – Uniform (Describe what they are wearing, including shoes)
T – Time (Provide date, time, and duration of activity)
E – Equipment (Describe vehicle, make, color etc., license plate, camera, guns, etc)

If you have additional information call Baltimore Police Department at 911 or Campus Security at 667-208-6608. For more crime prevention tips, please visit Campus Security’s website at

The Johns Hopkins University
Peabody Institute Campus Security Department