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Police briefs

November 25, 2006

Pa. home damaged by car following crash



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A home in the 1300 block of Warm Spring Road sustained significant damage Wednesday after it was struck by a 1992 Mercury Topaz, according to a Pennsylvania State Police press release.

James E. McCurdy of Chambersburg was driving the Topaz on Wednesday at 5:14 p.m. when it struck a 1997 Honda Civic at the intersection of Pa. 995 and Mallard Drive west of Chambersburg, then struck the house, according to the release.

The Civic, driven by Jordan C. Heckman of Chambersburg, pulled into the path of the Topaz, according to the release.

McCurdy sustained minor injuries, according to the release.




Car hits tree, embankment



GREENCASTLE, Pa. - A 2000 Ford Focus struck a tree and embankment in the 6000 block of Guitner Road on Thursday morning, according to a Pennsylvania State Police press release.

Bobbie Ann Bumbaugh, 54, of Greencastle, was driving the Focus on Thursday at 5:58 a.m. when it struck a tree on the north side of the road, then crossed the road and hit the embankment on the south side, according to the release.

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Tools, trucks stolen from Pa. business



GREENCASTLE, Pa. - A 1994 Ford F-350 and push mower were stolen overnight Tuesday when someone cut the bolt lock off the main gate of Foremost Industries on Pa. 16 and broke into a shed, according to a Pennsylvania State Police press release.

Tools were stolen from the shed and two other trucks, according to the release.

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