Man Dies In Collision On Darlington Road

Police beat

March 10, 1991

Gary R. Kuhn, 33, of Lancaster, Pa., was killed last Sunday when hispickup collided head-on with a vehicle driven by Daniel C. Giles, 28, of Edgewood, state police at Benson said.

Kuhn was driving his 1989 Ford Ranger north on Darlington Road in Darlington when the truckcrossed the center line as it traveled around a curve near Price Road and collided with Giles' 1990 Nissan Pathfinder, police said.

Giles, a deputy with the county Sheriff's Department, was treatedand released from Harford Memorial Hospital, police said. He was offduty at the time of the accident.

Kuhn is the second person to bekilled in a traffic accident in Harford County this year.


Four thieves stole $6,000 from Ice House Liquors, in the 200 block N. Philadelphia Blvd., Aberdeen, after distracting a store clerk on Feb. 25, town police said.

Police saida woman and a man distracted a store employee while two men sneaked into the shop's office and took the money.

"There were no weapons involved," Police Chief John R. Jolley said. "It was more of a sleight-of-hand."

The clerk was unable to give investigators descriptions.

Crimes county police agencies investigated last week include:


Unit block East Bel Air Avenue: A video game system andtapes, worth $840, were stolen from an apartment on Feb. 24, town police said.

600 block Beards Hill Road: A videocassette recorder and a stereo system, worth $630, were taken from a house on Feb. 27, town police said.

Bel Air

600 block Baltimore Pike: Three wool jackets, worth $600, were stolen from the Foot Locker store at the Harford Mall on Feb. 27, town police said.

Forest Hill

2700 block Sharon Road: A $300 videocassette recorder was stolen from a house on Feb. 27, the county Sheriff's Department said.

Havre de Grace

400 block Oakington Road: A riding mower and grass trimmer, worth $5,150, were stolen on March 1, the Sheriff's Department said.

1300 block Old Post Road: A cassette stereo and a citizen's band radio were stolen from a parked car on March 2, city police said. The car's -- was damaged during the theft. Loss totaled $340.

800 block Tydings Road: The windshield of a 1983 Oldsmobile was smashed while it was parked on March 3, city police said.

200 block Seneca Street: A television, microwave oven and 110 video games were stolen from a house on March 2, city police said. Value of the items was not available.


1900 block Forest Guard Court: Tools worth $1,835 were stolen from a parked vehicle on Feb. 9, the sheriff's department said.

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