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Crime report

October 11, 2004

The following crimes were reported to the Washington County Sheriff's Office over the weekend, Sgt. Mark Knight said:

· Two rings, valued $700 together, were reported stolen from a display case Friday morning from First Inner-City Indoor Flea Market, 13617 Pennsylvania Ave.

· A domestic violence incident was reported Friday on the 15700 block of Fenton Avenue, Williamsport, but no arrest was made.

· A white, handmade bench was reported stolen Sunday from the porch on the first block of West Church Street, Williamsport.

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· A chain saw was reported stolen Sunday from the 18800 block of Geeting Road, Keedysville.

· A home on the 24800 block of Wise Road, near Cascade, was discovered broken into on Sunday. A JVC video camera was stolen.

· Snacks totaling $800 in value were taken from inside a Little Debbie delivery truck parked at Halfway Self Storage on Virginia Avenue sometime before 5 a.m. this morning.




Hagerstown City Police are seeking help in solving a number of vandalism incidents that occurred over the weekend.

Officers Jason Dietz Stuart Heckman said today that windows on about six cars on West Irvin Avenue, Beechwood Drive and Glenwood Avenue were discovered broken Sunday, and a rock was tossed through a window on the 1000 block of Lindsay Lane. The streets are near each other in the city's North End.

Also, discovered Saturday morning, tires were slashed on nine vehicles parked on the 900 block of Pope Avenue in the city's South End.

Police ask that anyone with information on the incidents call Dietz or Heckman at 301-790-3700. Police said an award of up to $200 is available for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people involved in the crime.




The following crimes were reported to Hagerstown City Police over the weekend, said Sgt. Curtis Wood:

Thursday

· A robbery was reported at 12:34 p.m. at Cramer's Alley and East North Avenue. A woman was sitting on a wall when the male robber approached on a bicycle, took the pocketbook and left.

· A front door was reported damaged on the first block of North Potomac Street.

· A window valued at $600 was broken at the Holiday Motel, 12 N. Prospect St.

Friday

· A domestic violence was reported on the 1300 block of Jay Drive.

· A second-degree assault was reported from 44 1/2 E. Franklin St.

· A 26-inch bicycle was reported stolen from a home on the 900 block of Oak Street.

· Jewelry valued at $4,000 was reported stolen from a home on the 1300 block of Cedarwood Drive.

· $150 in cash was reported stolen from a home on the 100 block of East Antietam Street.

· $150 in cash was reported stolen from the 600 block of West Washington Street.

Saturday

· A robbery that occurred near South Mulberry Street and Bixlers Alley was reported at 11:11 p.m. A man wearing a black, hooded shirt grabbed a woman's pocketbook that contained a CD player and DVD recorder and ran away.

· Jewelry, cash and a radio were reported stolen from an apartment on the 100 block of North Potomac Street.

· An injury resulting from an assault was reported on the 300 block of South Locust Street.

· A domestic violence incident was reported on the 100 block of West Church Street.

· A domestic violence incident was reported from the 300 block of Summit Avenue.

· A cell phone was reported stolen from the 200 block of South Potomac Street.

Sunday

· A door window was reported broken on the first block of West Antietam Street.

n A second-degree assault was reported on the 1300 block of Salem Avenue.

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