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April 01, 2002

FREDERICK, Md. - A dozen arrests were made late Friday when Frederick County Sheriff's deputies responded to a burglary call for an unoccupied house at 6455 Marlboro Terrace and found a party going on.

When deputies pulled up at 9:55 p.m., one person allegedly tried to flee but was captured after a brief struggle and a minor bite from a deputy's K-9 partner.

Kevin Call, 18, of 6210 Springmeadow Lane, was charged with resisting arrest as well as third- and fourth-degree burglary, felony and misdemeanor malicious destruction of property, deputies said.

Owned by Ryan Homes, the house was vacant at the time of the incident. The investigation revealed that the six adults and six juveniles found at the house went there for a party.

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Beer cans were found throughout the home, as well as holes in the walls, broken bannisters and doors, deputies said.

The six juveniles were released to their parents after they were charged, deputies said.

In addition to the six juveniles and Call, five other 18-year-olds were each charged with third- and fourth-degree burglary, felony and misdemeanor malicious destruction of property, deputies said.

They are Asher Shiparo of 8205 Glen Heather Drive; Darren Buskirk of 2419 Prentice Court; Matthew Young of 9542 Kingston Place; Neal Gowda of 8312 Glen Heather Drive; and Robert Staley IV of 8133 Clairborne Drive.




MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Seat belts apparently spared two teens from serious injury Saturday night when their vehicle flipped onto its roof after the driver swerved to miss several deer in the road, Pennsylvania State Police said.

The vehicle was eastbound on Hunter Road just west of Two Top Road at 9:39 p.m. when the accident occurred, police said. Seeing the deer ahead in the road, the driver abruptly hit his brakes and lost control.

After hitting a dirt embankment, the car became airborne and flipped onto its roof, police said.

Both teens, one from Greencastle, Pa., and the other from Mercersburg, were able to get out of the vehicle. Neither required medical treatment, police said.




CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Damage was estimated at $300 to a 1995 Ford Escort after vandals smashed the passenger side window late Friday or early Saturday.

The incident occurred at 3116 Black Gap Road, said Pennsylvania State Police.

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