York Man Charged With Assaulting Girl

Police beat

February 03, 1991

A York County, Pa., man was charged with the sexual attack on a 14-year-old Forest Hill girl Jan. 27, the county Sheriff's Department said.

Cecil E. Williams,27, of Stewartstown, was charged with a fourth-degree sex offense in the incident, police said.

He was a house guest with the girl's family at the time of the attack, the sheriff's department said. Williams has been released on his own recognizance.

* Crimes county police agencies said they investigated last week include:

Aberdeen

1000 Beards Hill Road: Five cars were vandalized and burglarized at the Holiday Inn on Jan. 26, town police said. Radios, radar detectors and other items, worth $620, werestolen. Damage $650.

Aberdeen Thruway: A briefcase, cellular telephone and a radio, worth $1,580, were taken from a room at the SheratonInn on Jan. 24, town police said.

Abingdon

3000 block Puska Road: A$10,000 Kaboda tractor owned by Andrews Landscaping of Edgewood was stolen on Jan. 21, the sheriff's department said.

2000 block Emmorton Park Road: Clothing, a radio, an automatic transmission and four tires, worth $2,270, were stolen from Cignatta Motor Works on Jan. 21, the sheriff's department said.

Bel Air

2100 block Kalmia Road: A $1,500 Honda motorcycle was stolen from a storage area on Jan. 24, the sheriff's department said.

1400 block Rock Spring Road: Cash was stolen and a door was damaged during a burglary at the Friar Tuck Restaurant in the Rock Spring Shopping Center on Jan. 26, the sheriff's department said. Loss $530.

Edgewood

1700 block Edgewood Road: A two cellular telephones and two drills, worth $3,390, were stolen from a car on Jan. 25, the sheriff's department said.

1700 block Deerwood Court: A video camera and stereo equipment, worth $1,100, were stolen from a residence on Jan. 17, the sheriff's department said.

Fallston

2400 block Belair Road: A 1987 Nissan owned by an Edgewood resident was stolen while parked at Logo's restaurant Jan. 13, the sheriff's department said. Two handbags and a leather jacket in the car also were stolen. Loss $8,140.

Forest Hill

1100 block Deer Creek Church Road: Several rifles and shotguns were stolen from a house on Jan. 25, thesheriff's department said. A gun cabinet was damaged during the burglary. Loss $3,440.

Havre de Grace

300 block Robinhood Road: Jewelry and silver dollars, worth $4,120, were stolen from a house on Jan. 23, the sheriff's department said.

500 block Herring Run Road: A propane gas tank, space heater, fishing rods and tackle, a toolbox and tools, worth $625, were stolen from a house on Jan. 27, the sheriff's department said.

Jarrettsville

4000 block Born Road: Tools worth $1,220 were stolen from a parked vehicle Jan. 28, the sheriff's departmentsaid.

Joppa

500 block Riviera Drive: A $4,000 Mercruiser engine wasstolen from a boat docked at the Gunpowder Cove Marina on Jan. 26, the sheriff's department said.

300 block Ellsworth Place: Two toolboxes and tools, worth $2,060, were stolen from a storage area Jan. 19,the sheriff's department said.

Philadelphia Road: A microwave oven,videocassette recorder and a television, worth $1,275, were taken from a house on Jan. 22, state police at Benson said.

100 block SchellDrive: Two batteries, a toolbox and tools, worth $495, were stolen from a house on Jan. 27, the sheriff's department said.

Pylesville

100 block Pylesville Road: Nine 16-foot bleacher boards, worth $530, were stolen from the North Harford High School on Jan. 23, the sheriff's department said.

Street

400 block Cherry Hill Road: A Honda all-terrain vehicle and a trailer, worth $2,040, were stolen from a shed Jan. 21, state police at Benson said.

800 block Federal Hill Road: A chain saw and gasoline, worth $640, were stolen from a garage on Jan. 16, the sheriff's department said.

White Hall

5100 block NorrisvilleRoad: Guns, ammunition, tools and a circular saw, worth $1,090, weretaken from a house on Jan. 17, the sheriff's department said.

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