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by ERIN CUNNINGHAM | February 22, 2006
FREDERICK, Md. - The death of a Frederick man is being investigated as a homicide, the Frederick County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday. The body of David Lee Stull, 45, of Frederick, was found Monday morning on a construction site at 6298 Linganore Road in Frederick, police said. Workers at the site, which is in a residential area in the Whispering Creek subdivision, found the body, said Jennifer Bailey said. Police know the cause of the man's death, but declined to release that information Tuesday, saying it would jeopardize the investigation, she said.
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NEWS
August 28, 2000
Body found at Urbana From Staff and AP reports URBANA, Md. - A body was found in a burning vehicle near Sugarloaf Parkway in Urbana Monday morning, according to Maryland State Police in Frederick, Md. State Police received a report of a burning vehicle at 7:40 a.m. and were directed to a field in the area of Sugarloaf Parkway. The vehicle, which had been engulfed in flames, was smoldering when police arrived. A preliminary investigation indicated that the occupant died in the fire, police said.
NEWS
April 8, 2009
A power outage caused by blasting at a construction site west of Hagerstown left more than 1,100 Allegheny Power customers without electricity for about an hour Wednesday afternoon, company spokesman Todd Meyers said. About 1,150 customers initially lost power, but it was restored to more than 900 customers by 1:15 p.m., Meyers said. Service was restored to the remaining customers by 2:45 p.m., the power company reported on its Web site. The power failure was first reported at 12:09 p.m., according to dispatchers at the Washington County 911 Center.
NEWS
December 29, 2005
Items stolen from construction site About $2,000 worth of items was reported stolen after a construction trailer at a housing construction site on Maugans Avenue was broken into, police said. According to the Washington County Sheriff's Department, a mini-refrigerator, microwave and computer were reported stolen about 8 a.m. Tuesday from the trailer at a construction site about halfway between Interstate 81 and Maugansville Road. About $310 worth of damage was done to the property in the breaking and entering, police said.
NEWS
November 7, 2011
The left lane of South Potomac Street is scheduled to close at 8 a.m. Tuesday for work at the Washington County Free Library construction site, according to an emailed traffic advisory from the City of Hagerstown. The lane needs to be closed to accommodate the construction work and delivery vehicles, according to the advisory. The work is expected to last until 4 p.m. Tuesday, at which time the lane is expected to reopen. The closure is expected to be repeated Wednesday, according to the advisory.
NEWS
December 2, 1998
Four vehicles stolen from dealership Using stolen keys, thieves took four used vehicles early Monday from Hagerstown Ford on Wesel Boulevard, according to Washington County Sheriff's deputies. Taken were a 1997 Ford Explorer, a red 1996 Ford Explorer, and a black 1996 BMW. A fourth vehicle was recovered.   Construction site targeted by thieves Copper wire and other items were taken Monday from a construction site at 1040 Frederick St., according to Hagerstown City Police.
NEWS
by CANDICE BOSELY | September 30, 2003
martinsburg@herald-mail.com FALLING WATERS, W.Va. - Police officers who are investigating two fires that broke out at the construction site of a new middle school in Berkeley County believe both blazes were intentionally set. Deputy Brad Dusek of the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department said two cars were seen leaving the construction site around the time of the fires - a black Ford Taurus and a maroon car of an unknown make and model....
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by MATTHEW UMSTEAD | December 19, 2006
MARTINSBURG, W.VA. - Passionate opponents of a proposed Wal-Mart SuperCenter planned for the northern Berkeley County community of Spring Mills could not stop the county planning commission's approval of the project Monday evening. Commissioners voted unanimously to approve the preliminary site plan after hearing several residents question the store's impact on nearby schools, traffic on neighboring W.Va. 901 and Interstate 81, and the environmental health of the construction site, a former truck stop.
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