Police log, May 4

May 04, 2001

Police log, May 4

Two men injured when pickups collide

Two men were injured when their pickup trucks collided south on Md. 66 north of Interstate 70 Thursday evening, Maryland State Police said.

Police said Clint Vincent Bolyard's 2001 Toyota Tacoma crossed the centerline of Md. 66 and struck a 1995 Toyota Tacoma in the driver's side, which was driven by Brian Melvin Biser.

Police said Bolyard's pickup truck lost its rear left tire and came to a stop 500 feet from the collision, police said.

Bolyard, 21, of 20731 El Rancho Road, Boonsboro, refused treatment at the scene, police said.

Biser's pickup truck continued right and also hit a guardrail.

Police said Biser, 24, of 12009 Wolfsville Road, Smithsburg was treated at Washington County Hospital and released.

Bolyard was cited with failure to keep right of center, police said.

Cars, sheds, house sprayed with paint

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - Four cars, two sheds, a house, a fence and a concrete wall were vandalized with spray paint in Charles Town Wednesday night, said Charles Town Police.


The cars and other landmarks were sprayed with black paint, said Cpl. Glenn Stevens. Sometimes, they were signed with the messages "E man" or "410."

Stevens said he did not know what the messages mean.

In one case, the word "Junk" was sprayed on a car on South Mildred Street and paint was sprayed on a truck hood on a car.

It appears the vandalism started on Seminary Street by Edge Hill Cemetery and then on Academy Street. It continued in a westerly direction on Mildred, Green and Samuel Streets, said police chief Mike Aldridge.

Police believe the incidents occurred between 10 p.m. Wednesday and 4 a.m. Thursday.

Fire truck, car collide at bridge

FREDERICK, Md. - A fire truck going to an emergency call Thursday collided with a car at Devilbliss Bridge and Old Frederick roads, Frederick County Sheriff's deputies said.

Deputies said at 8 a.m. firefighters from the Independent Hose Co. were going to a house fire on Devilbliss Bridge Road with the truck's lights on and its siren blaring, deputies said.

The fire truck entered the intersection of Devilbliss and Old Frederick roads and collided with a Toyota Camry driven by Jennifer Brooke Robold, 18, of 1009 Statsman Court, who was headed south on Old Frederick Road.

Robold's vehicle went under the frame of the fire truck and was dragged about 25 feet before becoming dislodged. The Camry came to rest in the middle of Devilbliss Bridge Road. The fire truck stopped on the east shoulder of Devilbliss Bridge Road.

Robold was taken to Frederick Memorial Hospital. Her condition was not available.

Deputies are continuing their investigation.

Parked vehicle vandalized

A vehicle parked in the 1300 block of Potomac Avenue was vandalized Thursday, Hagerstown City Police said.

Police said the rear window was smashed and a side panel was scratched.

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