Accident Kills Man On Thanksgiving Day

Police beat

November 25, 1990

James G. Boyd, 30, of Aberdeen, was killed in a one-vehicle accident on Pulaski Highway near Sand Pebble Road at 11:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Day, state police at Benson Barracks said.

Boyd was a passenger in a 1987 Mazda four-wheel-drive pickup driven by Monica C. Blevins, 18, of Port Deposit, Cecil County, state police said.

Blevins was not injured.

Police said Blevins was traveling west near Edgewood when she swerved around another vehicle. The car went off the road and struck several trees, police said. No charges have been filed. Police said their investigation is continuing.

Boyd is the 28th person to be killed in Harford traffic accidents so far this year, police said.

The following is a compilation of crimes county police agencies said they were investigating last week:


100 block Royal Oak Drive: A ring and tools, value $2,200, were taken from a house Nov. 18, the county Sheriff's Department said.


2300 block Shuresville Road: A videocassette recorder, a shotgun and four compound bows and arrows, value $1,675, were taken from a house Nov.

16, the Sheriff's Department said.


100 block St. John Street: Nine microwave ovens, value $2,565, were stolen from A & M Properties Nov. 15, town police said.


1100 block Clayton Road: A video camera, can opener and water purifier were stolen from a trailer at Sign Design, 1108 Clayton Road, Nov. 17, the Sheriff's Department said.

700 block Shore Drive: A shotgun and several bottles of alcohol, value $429, were taken from a house Nov. 17, the Sheriff's Department said.

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