Satyr Hill Man Arrested, Charged In Two Burglaries

Matthew Ryan Hensler, 23, of Carriage Walk Way faces multiple charges in connection with the two incidents.

A Satyr Hill man has been arrested and charged in two burglaries.

Matthew Ryan Hensler, 23, of the unit block of Carriage Walk Court, faces charges of first-degree burglary, attempted first-degree burglary, malicious destruction of property, attempted malicious destruction of property, possession of marijuana, and possession of a concealed dangerous weapon.

He was released from the Baltimore County Detention Center on $50,000 bond. 

Around 9:25 a.m. Feb. 19, police responded to the 9000 block of Waltham Woods Road for reports of a suspicious person. A witness told officers that a man had been knocking on the door of a home; officers saw that a rear patio door on the home had a bent frame, according to a police report.

While investigating that location, officers were called to the nearby unit block of Class Court, where they found a door kicked in and a person waling around the lower level of a home, the report states.

Officers then arrested Hensler and transported him to Parkville precinct where he admitted to trying to break into both homes in search of narcotics, according to a police report.

While in custody Hensler managed to remove a handcuff and tried to get back his wallet which contained pills, the report states.

Joan DiMartino February 25, 2013 at 01:12 PM
Too bad he got out on bail. Must have family bailing him out of trouble. He will undoubtedly continue to attempt to rob people that live in the vicinity. Neighbors, pay close attention to his photo and do not hesitate to call police when you see him wandering the neighborhood looking for victims.
John Dzindzielewski November 26, 2013 at 10:18 PM
Actually he's clean now, doing good and working on his life. Too bad you will rot in your doubts and selfishness and live a broken little life because you don't see the way recovering drug addicts do. So live on child, and let live.
lynne January 08, 2014 at 03:14 AM
I am glad he is clean but how dare you even suggest that it is a show of doubtfulness or selfishness and "live a broken little life" because anyone doesn't see the way recovering addicts do. "Live and let live"? How about what he DIDN'T get caught doing? Let that slide too? What about the thefts? Is restitution forthcoming? What about a simple apology? NOBODY gets THAT lucky with the courts. As the programs state "One day at a time" and that is all we can expect after many years of putting up with Matt and his choice to use drugs. AND the shed break-ins and the car break- ins...but because Matt is clean, doing well, and working on his life, OUR lives are "broken little lives"? Wow!


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