Police log

July 15, 2000

Police log

Three injured in Pa. crash

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Three people from Charlotte, N.C., suffered minor injuries after their Ford Expedition rolled over on Interstate 81 Thursday, Pennsylvania State Police said.

The northbound lanes were closed for about an hour after the 5:15 p.m. accident, police said.

Eileen D'Aprile, 44, was northbound when an unidentified vehicle started to move into her lane. Passenger Anthony Joseph D'Aprile, 43, grabbed the steering wheel and the driver lost control of the vehicle, police said.

The Ford began swerving and flipped on its right side, sliding for about 20 yards and rolling over 360 degrees.

Passenger Kelly D'Aprile, 21, who had been laying on a back seat, was thrown from the vehicle, police said. She was treated and released from Washington County Hospital.

Anthony D'Aprile and Timothy Aaron Dean, 22, were also treated and released, a hospital spokeswoman said.

The hospital had no record of treating driver Eileen D'Aprile or passenger Sheri D'Aprile, 22.

Greenbrier Inn vandalized

Someone broke into the Greenbrier Inn on Thursday, vandalizing the bar and taking a small amount of cash, the Washington County Sheriff's Department said.

The vandal or vandals damaged juke boxes, pool tables, an ATM machine and a window between midnight and 9:45 a.m., police said.

Officials asked that anyone with information is asked to contact Deputy Val Weaver at 301-791-3020.

Power lost in Hancock

HANCOCK - About 200 Hancock area homes lost power for five minutes Friday morning because of equipment failure, Allegheny Power spokesman Jay Mason said.

The power outage occurred at 8:19 a.m., Mason said.

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