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Police briefs - Feb. 17

February 16, 2011

Hagerstown Police respond to incidents

The Hagerstown Police Department responded to the following incidents, according to spokeswoman Barbara Pickett:

Feb. 9

  • A domestic violence referral was made in the 600 block of Adams Avenue.
  • A theft of a cash register was reported at the CVS on Dual Highway.
  • A theft of a bicycle was reported in the 1100 block of Sunnyside Drive.


Feb. 10

  • A vehicle window was reported damaged in the 200 block of East Franklin Street.
  • A theft of a flat-screen television was reported in the 1000 block of Noland Drive.
  • A juvenile was arrested for a controlled dangerous substance violation at E. Russell Hicks Middle School.
  • An arrest was made regarding a trespassing incident at North Hagerstown High School.
  • Juvenile arrests were made for second-degree assaults that occurred on a South Hagerstown High School school bus.
  • Threats were made against a Western Heights Middle School staff member.
  • A theft from a vehicle was reported in the 60 block of Westside Avenue.
  • A domestic violence referral was made in the first block of Broadway.

Feb. 11

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  • A vehicle was towed in the 400 block of West Franklin Street for motor vehicle violations and controlled dangerous substance violations. An arrest was made.
  • An arrest was made for controlled dangerous substance violations in the 50 block of West Memorial Boulevard.
  • A drunken driving incident occurred on Maryland Avenue. The suspect had stolen property from a theft in Frederick not yet reported. The investigation is continuing.
  • A vehicle was towed in the 200 block of South Potomac Street. The incident was related to a stolen license plate.


Waynesboro Police report

The following incidents were reported by the Waynesboro Police Department:

Sunday

  • A DUI arrest in the 100 block of South Church Street.
  • Juveniles charged with criminal mischief and criminal trespassing in the 100 block of East Fifth Street.
  • Burglary in the first block of Fairview Avenue.
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