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Police Log

May 11, 2002

Three charged atmassage business


MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Three people were arrested here Friday on charges of operating and/or working at a massage parlor without having the proper permits, Martinsburg City Police said.

The arrests happened around noon Friday at 107 Douglas St., a town house using the business name DE JA VU, police said.

Roseanne Young, also known as Linda, 41, of 260 S. Mauberry St. Hagerstown, was charged with being a massage technician in a massage parlor without having a valid massage technician permit. She was released after posting a $157 bond, police said.

Daniel Roland Beiber, 19, of 107 Douglas Ave. Martinsburg, was charged with operating a massage parlor in which a massage technician does not have a valid permit. He was released after posting a $157 bond, police said.

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Stacey Lee Taylor, also known as Jasmine, 29, of 64 Merlin Drive, Martinsburg, was charged with operating a massage parlor in which a massage technician does not have a valid permit and being a massage technician in a massage parlor without having a valid massage technician permit. She was released after posting a $314 bond, police said.

All three were also cited for not having a state business license, police said.

Firefighters battleSouth Mountain fire


As many as 100 firefighters from Washington and Frederick counties were battling a forest fire on the western slope of South Mountain near Boonsboro Friday night, a Washington County emergency dispatcher said.

The fire was reported about 7:30 p.m. and firefighters had it under control by about 9:15, said Tom Bikle, an emergency communications specialist with County Fire and Rescue Communications.

The fire was still burning about 10 p.m. and firefighters were expected to be on the scene well into the night, Bikle said.

The fire was contained to 5 to 8 acres near the intersection of Old National Pike and Zittlestown Road, Bikle said.

Boating is barredon Potomac waters


Boating and other recreational activities on the Potomac River, creeks and streams between Cumberland and Harpers Ferry should be avoided through Monday, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced Friday.

"Due to recent precipitation, river levels are hazardous for recreational use on the main stem of the Potomac River and (its) tributaries, from Cumberland downstream to Harpers Ferry," the announcement stated.

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