Police log

October 15, 2003

Wedding band, car reported stolen

The Washington County Sheriff's Department received the following crime reports Monday and on Tuesday morning:

  • A 1994 Mazda 323 with Maryland tags CAB627 was reported stolen from 13919 Sunrise Drive, possibly between midnight and 1:45 p.m.

  • A wedding band, valued at $500, was reported stolen from 20326 Kelly's Lane.

  • A Dodge cargo van was broken into at the Red Roof Inn, 310 E. Potomac St., Williamsport, causing $3,000 in damage. Stolen from inside were some guitar strings.

  • A Toshiba digital video disc player was reported stolen from a home on the 300 block of Daycotah Avenue.

  • Items were stolen from a Chevrolet S10 pickup and a Suzuki Sidekick parked at 6 Oak Tree Lane. About $100 in damage was caused when the Chevy was broken into, and a compact disc player valued at $100 was taken.

    No damage was reported to the Suzuki, but a CD player and 25 CDs taken were worth about $350.

  • Parked at 12015 Itnyre Road, the rear window of a 2000 Toyota Tundra was broken, causing $200 in damage.

  • Two windows were broken out of a vehicle parked at Younger Toyota Inc., 1935 Dual Highway, causing $350 in damage.

  • Paint thrown on school athletic fields

    BOONSBORO - The Washington County Sheriff's Department is investigating a theft and vandalism incident on some of Boonsboro High School's playing fields during the weekend.

    Deputies said four gallons of paint were stolen from the dugout of the baseball field and thrown on that field, the soccer fields and on the sidewalks leading from the area between Friday and Sunday.

    Anyone with information about the incident can call 240-313-2100, ext. 1.

    Topsoil stolen from Pa. residence

    WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Someone driving a green dump truck stole 90 yards of topsoil Sunday, according to a Pennsylvania State Police news release.

    A witness told police that the dump truck driver used his own loader to take the topsoil from 8347 Shank Hess Road, in Quincy Township.

    Police ask that anyone who may know something about the theft call them at 717-264-5161 or Franklin County Crime Solvers at 717-263-8000.

    Woman injured in one-vehicle crash

    SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - One person was injured in a one-vehicle accident near Shippensburg Monday, according to a Pennsylvania State Police news release.

    Nicole R. Frysinger, 28, of Upper Strasburg, Pa., was wearing a seat belt during the accident at about 12:24 p.m. near 4227 Orrstown Road. Frysinger was injured, but information about her condition and where she was treated were unavailable Tuesday.

    Ken F. Kodakek, 27, and Kara A. Kodakek, also of Upper Strasburg, were not injured in the accident.

    Police said Frysinger, who was driving a 1993 Lexus, was eastbound on Orrstown Road when her car traveled off the road and hit a tree.

    Police investigating hit-and-run crash

    HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Police in Chambersburg, Pa., are investigating a hit-and-run crash on Gabler Road near Letterkenny Road between 11 p.m. Sunday and 3 a.m. Monday.

    Police said a Dodge pickup truck traveling east on Gabler Road struck a mailbox post, an iron fence, concrete steps and a stop sign post on the side of the road.

    Police said a piece of grill from a Durango or Dakota-type truck was recovered at the scene.

    Anyone with information can call the department at 717-264-5161.

    Paintball gun stolen from parked vehicle

    A paintball gun was reported stolen between 4 p.m. and midnight Monday from inside a vehicle parked on the first block of West Franklin Street, according to Hagerstown City Police.

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