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Men get probation in egging incidents

November 17, 2005

Two men accused of egging several vehicles were sentenced to probation Wednesday after being granted probation before judgment, according to Washington County District Court documents.

Zachary Bo Green, 19, of 2704 Rohersville Road in Knoxville, Md., was charged in May with nine counts of malicious destruction of property, documents state. All but one of the counts were dismissed in court Wednesday.

Another man, Joshua Daniel Wood, 18, of 21614 Black Rock Road in Hagerstown, was charged in the same incident with several counts of malicious destruction of property. All but one were suspended, and Wood was granted probation before judgment, documents state.

He was sentenced to one year of supervised probation.

Documents state that Green and Wood threw eggs at a vehicle on Md. 66. The driver of the vehicle pursued the pair until being struck by another vehicle, according to documents.

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Police later received reports of eggs being thrown on U.S. 40. A fire department vehicle responding to a call was also hit with an egg, documents state.

When Maryland State Police pulled over the vehicle carrying Green, Wood and a juvenile, police found a carton of five dozen eggs, according to documents.

Green and Wood each were ordered to pay about $1,500 in restitution for damaging vehicles with eggs, documents state.

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