Washington County Sheriff's Department Lt. Tim Baker said damage to the machine was estimated at $2,000, while damage from other acts of vandalism throughout the park was estimated at $10.
Park attendant Douglas Lowe said trash cans and flower pots were flipped over sometime over the weekend.
Police: Man tries to take gun from trooper
FLINTSTONE, Md. - A single shot was fired when a man allegedly reached for the gun of Maryland State Police trooper who was giving him a ride, according to a press release from the Maryland State Police in Lavale.
Trooper Christopher Toey was treated at Cumberland Memorial Hospital and released after he and Jeffrey Allen Burns, 25, of Elwood City, Pa., allegedly struggled in Toey's police vehicle at about 9:50 a.m. Sunday on Interstate 68 in Flintstone, police said.
Police said Toey gave Burns a ride after seeing him walking in the road. During the ride, Burns allegedly started punching Toey in the face before allegedly reaching for his gun. During the struggle, the gun fired, police said.
Police said Toey was able to drive to the shoulder of the road. Though Burns ran into a wooded area, other troopers were able to take him into custody, police said.
Police said Burns is charged with first-degree assault, second-degree assault and attempting to disarm a police officer.
Woman hurt in Pa. shooting is critical
HERSHEY, Pa. - A woman shot Thursday in Shippensburg, Pa., was in critical condition Sunday at Hershey Medical Center.
Jennifer Todd, 21, no address given, was wounded in a murder-suicide that began with an argument in a bar, according to published reports.
Robert Traylor, 21, of Fogelsanger Road, Shippensburg, was fatally shot. The suspected killer, Steven David B'Sedek, 37, of 25 N. Washington St., Shippensburg, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, Pennsylvania State Police said.
Couple hospitalized after crash over wall
HERSHEY, Pa. - John Forbes, a passenger in a car that drove off the wall behind CVS Pharmacy in Waynesboro, Pa., last week, remained in critical condition Sunday at Hershey Medical Center, according to a hospital spokeswoman.
The driver, Gloria Forbes, of 115 Landis Ave., Waynesboro, was listed in fair condition, the spokeswoman said.
The Forbeses were in a Chevrolet Impala that left McDonald's, accelerated onto Pa. 16, went through a fence and fell to the CVS Pharmacy parking lot 14 feet below, Waynesboro police said.