Police log for Oct. 2

October 01, 2000

Police log for Oct. 2

City man listed in fair condition

A Hagerstown man was in fair condition Sunday after receiving a stab wound to his chest during a fight Saturday evening, a nursing supervisor at Washington County Hospital said.

Chandler B. Jenkins, 31, of 160 W. Washington St., Apt. 5, was taken into custody shortly after the 7 p.m. incident at his apartment, police said. Jenkins was charged with attempted first-degree murder and first-degree assault, Hagerstown City Police said. He was being held without bond.

The victim, Rodney Allen Stone, 38, of 13011 Pennsylvania Ave., was taken to Washington County Hospital for treatment of the wound in his upper right chest.

Police recovered a kitchen knife that was believed to have been used in the assault.

Pa. inmate is recaptured

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A Franklin County Prison inmate who walked away from a work release assignment Wednesday was recaptured Thursday, according to a Pennsylvania State Police report.


Police said Ryan Anthony Stiver, 20, no address available, was taken into custody at about 5 p.m. Thursday at a residence in the Mickey's Inn Trailer Park in Greene Township. The report said police had been tipped off that Stiver was in the trailer park.

Stiver, whom police said have previously escaped, failed to report back to the prison from a work release assignment at a motel on Wayne Avenue. A warrant for his arrest on the escape charge was issued Wednesday evening, police said.

Rings, cash taken in burglary

ST. THOMAS, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a burglary at a St. Thomas woman's home that occurred sometime between Sept. 10 and Friday.

The report said the burglary happened at the Racetrack Road home of Brenda Jean Miley. Three rings and $150 in cash was stolen from her bedroom, police said.

Two charged with possessing drugs

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Two people from New York were charged with possession with intent to deliver marijuana after a traffic stop on Interstate 81 Friday, according to a Pennsylvania State Police report.

Police said they stopped a northbound Chevy van in Guilford Township Friday and conducted a search with the car owner's permission that turned up a small amount of marijuana. Patricia Stella, 31, and Scott W. Alemany, 36, both of Islip Terrace, N.Y., were taken into custody and the police obtained a search warrant for the van.

State Police said the search turned up two more bags of marijuana. Stella and Alemany were arraigned before District Justice Larry Pentz and jailed in lieu of $25,000 bond each.

A prison official said neither one was still being held Sunday.

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