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Police briefs

June 15, 2006

Police looking for reported stolen car



Hagerstown City Police were looking for a black 1997 Chrysler that was reported stolen early Wednesday from the first block of East Franklin Street.

The vehicle had Maryland tags 2BYA33.

Police ask anyone with information about the vehicle to call 301-790-3700.




Girls avoid injuries in Fulton Co. crash



McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Two teenage girls escaped injury Monday when the 2001 Ford Explorer they were in ran off Cider Mill Road and became wedged between two trees, Pennsylvania State Police said.

The 9:50 p.m. accident occurred one mile west of Pigeon Cove Road when the vehicle ran off the road, hit a tree and slid down an embankment, police said.

Both girls - the 17-year-old driver and 15-year-old passenger - were wearing seat belts, police said.




Search turns up drugs, police say



MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The Martinsburg Police special response team executed a search warrant at an apartment in the 300 block of East Burke Street, where they found drugs and drug paraphernalia.

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Police said there was about one ounce of white powder at 326 E. Burke St., Apt. 2. The warrant was executed about 4:40 p.m.

Police said three people were found inside the apartment at the time of the search. The investigation was continuing.




Medication, cash stolen from Pa. home



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Prescription medication and cash were stolen from a Chambersburg resident May 26, Pennsylvania State Police said.

Two bottles of medication and $720 in cash were stolen from a woman in the 1000 block of Fox Meadow Drive sometime between 5 p.m. and midnight, police said.

Anyone with information about this crime may call police at 717-264-5161.




Police investigate burglary of Pa. home



SCOTLAND, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Police were investigating a burglary in the 700 block of Brookens Road in Scotland that took place sometime between June 2 and 4.

Someone forcibly entered the home and stole an Xbox video game system and 12 video games - estimated at $500, police said.

The investigation was continuing.

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