Police log 9/13

September 13, 2002

NASCAR, baseball items stolen from storage

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Boxes of NASCAR and baseball paraphernalia were stolen from an Antrim Township storage unit, Pennsylvania State Police said.

Between Aug. 31 and Wednesday, someone forced open the door to the unit at Pat's Self Storage Units at the end of Pine Drive and removed two boxes of NASCAR die cast cars, one box of baseball cards and a black metal box with electrical tools, police said.

The items belong to Penny and Kenny Hinkle of 1734 Edgewood Hill Circle, Hagerstown.

Anyone with information on the theft can contact Pennsylvania State Police at 717-264-5161 and reference case H3-1281550.

Aggressive drivers to be targeted by deputies

All next week, Washington County Sheriff's deputies will be targeting aggressive drivers and seatbelt/child safety seat violators in and around the Boonsboro school campus.

The enforcement checks are prompted by a continuing effort to educate and increase public awareness of the importance of safety and protection of all motorists, according to Deputy 1st Class James Clay.


The checks will begin Monday, Sept. 16, and continue through Friday, Sept. 20.

One charged, another hurt after ATV chase

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - A Hagerstown man was arrested Thursday following a police pursuit Aug. 20 in which a man was struck by an all-terrain vehicle, court records said.

Ryon Scott Blehr, 19, of 120 Manor Drive, Apt. 2, was charged with fleeing causing bodily injury, failure to yield to emergency vehicle, speeding, failure to render aid and leaving the scene, according to Jefferson County Magistrate Court records.

Blehr was free on $5,000 bond.

Police were on W.Va. 9 in Kearneysville, W.Va., on Aug. 20 when they saw two all-terrain vehicles and a motorcycle go through the intersection with W.Va. 480, court records said.

The motorcycle had no registration, police said.

Police chased the ATVs and motorcycle on W.Va. 480, Oaktree Road and into the Rutherford's Crossing area before the vehicles turned into a gravel road, court records said.

A man who lived in a house on the road was struck by one of the ATVs when he came out of his house to see what was happening, police said.

The man suffered a broken leg, police said.

The rider of the ATV did not stop and fled up the driveway toward Oaktree Road, said court records.

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