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Police log 6/2

June 01, 2000

MARION, Pa. - Two Maryland women were treated at Waynesboro (Pa.) Hospital for injuries they received in a head-on collision Wednesday on Interstate 81, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

Police said Lynn Marie Holmes, 22, of Williamsport, was driving south at 3:19 p.m. when her car ran off the road, crossed the median and went into the northbound lanes. Holmes' car and a vehicle driven by Sue L. Lake, 37, of Frederick, Md., then collide, police said.

The accident happened about a mile south of Exit 4, police said. Holmes had neck and knee injuries and Lake had a knee injury, police said.

Both women were wearing seat belts, according to police.




SCOTLAND, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Police on Thursday were looking for a man suspected of stealing a pair of red Nike shorts from the J.C. Penney store at the Chambersburg Mall Wednesday night.

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Police said the man came to the store to return a purchase he made earlier. He was seen putting the shorts into a bag he was carrying and was confronted by store personnel at about 7:15 p.m.

The man then complained of having a pain in his arm and fled the store, police said. The report said he got into a vehicle that was waiting with its engine running outside the store.




LEITERSBURG - A woman was injured in a two-car collision on Leitersburg Pike near the Marsh Pike intersection Thursday evening, according to Maryland State Police.

Police said Stacy Michael was driving east on Leitersburg Pike when another car attempted to pass her vehicle and lost control.

The vehicle struck Michael's car, causing it to crash into a telephone pole, police said.

Firefighters said Michael was trapped in the vehicle for about 20 minutes until rescuers, using the Jaws of Life, freed her around 9 p.m.

She was flown to Washington County Hospital by a Maryland State Police helicopter and was being treated in the emergency room Thursday evening.

The driver of the other vehicle was not injured.

Additional details were unavailable Thursday evening.




The windshield of a 1983 Ford Ranger pickup truck was shattered while the vehicle was parked in front of 16519 Woburn Road in Sharpsburg.

The incident, which caused $200 in damage, was reported Wednesday morning, according to Maryland State Police.

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