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NEWS
May 11, 2001
Mayoral candidate Q&A - Bruchey Republican mayoral candidate, incumbent Robert E. Bruchey II , incumbent, 42, 905 Woodland Way, vice President of PartsBay.com, and part-time sales associate at Hagerstown Ford Q: What are your qualifications to serve as Mayor? A: The Mayor's responsibilities are very diverse. Leading the charge for increased economic development is one duty that must be taken seriously for the City to increase the tax base thus allowing us to hold the line on taxes.
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NEWS
by PEPPER BALLARD | February 19, 2005
Three women were charged with prostitution Friday by the Washington County Sheriff's Department after a nearly monthlong investigation revealed the Halfway-area massage parlor in which they worked allegedly conducted illegitimate business, Investigator Greg Alton said. Su Cha Corry, 62, the owner of BioSpa at 18216 Oak Ridge Drive, Yong Sook Lee, 34, BioSpa employee, and Sun Ja Lee, 53, BioSpa office manager, all of 15142 Clear Spring Road in Williamsport, were charged with prostitution, Alton said.
NEWS
August 26, 2006
Police seek woman who led them on chase FREDERICK, Md. - A purse holding a loaded handgun sent police on a five-county chase Friday afternoon when the woman who lost the purse tried to pick it up at the Frederick hotel where she left it, according to a Frederick County Sheriff's Office press release. Police still were searching Friday for Nakeya C. Brown, 22, of Gaithersburg, Md., who they allege left the purse at the FSK Holiday Inn on Holiday Drive, according to the release.
NEWS
October 3, 2000
Ex-pastor pleads to solicitation By MARLO BARNHART / Staff Writer A Falling Waters, W.Va., man who was caught up in a Hagerstown City Police crackdown on lewd behavior in City Park in July was granted probation before judgment Tuesday in Washington County District Court. James Allen Haskiell, 62, pleaded guilty to one count of solicitation for prostitution. District Judge Ralph France fined him $275 and placed him on probation for one year. France ordered Haskiell to perform 35 hours of community service and to stay out of Hagerstown City Park.
NEWS
November 4, 1997
Editor's note - Please be as brief as possible when calling Mail Call, The Daily Mail's reader call-in line. Mail Call is not staffed on weekends or holidays so it is best to call Mail Call weekdays at 301-791-6236. Readers are welcome to leave their recorded message on any topic they choose, but some calls are screened out. Here are some of the calls we have received lately: "Why is it that so many think that the schools should give the kids free meals? I'll bet they are the ones that pay no taxes.
NEWS
May 10, 2006
Council comments were an insult To the editor: Recently there appeared on the front page of The Herald-Mail a photo showing the Aspiring to Serve Community Center and Christ's Reformed Church. Above the photo was in large black letters the words "War Zone?" As a member of Christ's Reformed Church, I am angry. First, Christ's Reformed Church does not, nor has it ever been, the cause of any problems that may have occurred in our area. We have always been a faithful member of the community and have always worked to make our community better.
NEWS
January 20, 2003
Fires at two local businesses investigated Maryland State Fire Marshals investigated two fires Saturday morning in the Hagerstown area, one of which caused some damage to the attic of a business while the other apparently resulted in no property loss. At 7:41 a.m. Saturday, firefighters from Maugansville, Long Meadow, Greencastle, Pa., and the City of Hagerstown went to Brewer's Saab Inc. at 13815 Maugansville Road for a fire that was spotted by a passer-by. The cause of the $2,000 fire, which was contained in the attic, is still under investigation, said Deputy State Fire Marshal Jason Mowbray.
NEWS
By BRENDAN KIRBY | March 17, 2000
You've heard of drug stings and prostitution stings. On Thursday, local police conducted a different operation - an unlicensed driver sting. cont. from front page Police and investigators from the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration staked out the local probation office to check on people whose licenses had been suspended or revoked because of drunken driving. Lurking in unmarked cars, law enforcement officers followed them to make sure they did not drive themselves away from meetings with their probation officers at 100 W. Franklin St. "It's pretty surprising how many people do drive when they're not supposed to," said Robert Myers, chief investigator for the MVA. About 30 people had regular appointments with probation officers Thursday.
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