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Police log for 6/16

June 16, 2004

Jewelry, car among items reported stolen



The Washington County Sheriff's Department responded to the following calls since Monday, according to Sgt. Mark Knight:

  • On Monday, six pieces of jewelry were reported stolen from the Things Remembered kiosk at Valley Mall. The jewelry was valued at $200.

  • On Monday, a 1994 red Nissan Sentra was reported stolen from the 17000 block of Virginia Avenue. No value or tag was listed for the car.

  • On Monday, three shirts were reported stolen at from the Extreme Seams kiosk at Valley Mall. The shirts were valued at $60.

  • On Monday, $200 in cash was reported stolen from a locker room at Gold's Gym, at 18726 North Pointe Drive.

  • On Monday, a house for sale in the 600 block of Antietam Drive was reported spray-painted with graffiti. No value was listed for the damage.

  • On Monday, a window to a 1993 Eagle and a window to a home in the 20700 block of Miller's Church Road were reported broken out with a pellet gun. Damages were listed at $400.

  • Tuesday morning, two mountain bikes, a moped and a push mower were reported stolen from a home in the 14200 block of Oak Springs Road, off Pennsylvania Avenue near Hagerstown Regional Airport. The stolen items were valued at $500.






City police respond to stolen bike reports


The Hagerstown Police Department responded to the following calls overnight, according to Sgt. Curt Wood:

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  • On Monday at 10:20 a.m., a black 26-inch Raleigh M-20 bicycle was reported stolen from the Holiday Motel, at 12 N. Prospect St.

  • On Monday at 11 a.m., cash was reported lost or stolen from the 100 block of John Street.

  • On Monday at 2:30 p.m., a Blue Boys Mongoose bicycle was reported stolen from the area of Noland Drive.

  • On Monday at 12:29 p.m., a canvas bag, keys, a green card and documents were reported stolen from the 1100 block of Maryland Avenue.

  • On Monday at 12:30 p.m., a motor vehicle was reported to have had its paint scratched while parked in the 300 block of South Mulberry Street.

  • On Monday at 6:09 p.m., a domestic violence report was filed for an incident in the 400 block of Thames Drive.

  • On Monday at 6:47 p.m., a domestic violence report was filed for an incident in the 200 block of South Prospect Street.





Boy treated after being kicked by horse



KEEDYSVILLE - A child who was kicked by a horse at a residence south of Keedysville was flown Tuesday evening to a treatment facility in Washington D.C.,with head and chest injuries, an emergency responder said.

A spokesman for Sharpsburg Area Emergency Medical Services Inc. said a 3-year-old boy was flown to Children's National Medical Center after an incident reported at 7:44 p.m. at 5446 Porterstown Road, the spokesman said.

The spokesman confirmed reports that the boy was kicked in the head and chest, and that he did not lose consciousness.

The boy's condition was not released Tuesday evening.




Man faces alcohol and resisting charges



BOONSBORO - A 19-year-old Hancock man was arrested Sunday after he was found intoxicated inside a Boonsboro residence and struggled with responding deputies, the Washington County Sheriff's Department said.

David W. Beck, of 8905 Slabtown Road, was charged with minor in possession of alcohol, possession of a controlled dangerous substance and drug paraphernalia, failure to provide identification, disturbing the peace and resisting arrest, deputies said.

Deputies said a Boonsboro woman reported that a man was found inside her residence at 230 S. Main St., at about 8:16 a.m.

The man became loud and combative when deputies tried to take him into custody, deputies said. Deputies handcuffed, leg-ironed, hobble tied and pepper sprayed the man before he was forced into a police car, they alleged.

Beck kicked out the window of a deputy's car two days earlier while being arrested on unrelated charges, deputies alleged.




Valley Mall kiosks are burglarized



HALFWAY - Two Valley Mall kiosks were burglarized while the mall was closed between Sunday and Monday, the Washington County Sheriff's Department said.

Deputies said the Things Remembered and Extreme Themes kiosks reported a total of $280 in missing property as a result of the incident.

Deputies ask that anyone with information call Deputy Tom Routzahn at 240-313-2170.

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