2 Charged With Beating Third Man With Stick

Police beat

September 08, 1991

Bel Air police charged two town residents with beating a man with a stick Sunday.

The victim was struck in the head around 3 a.m on Choice Street during an argument.

Earl E. Preston, 21, and Matthew A. Hart, 20, were both charged with assault and battery, assault with intent to maim and assault witha deadly weapon.

They were placed in the Harford County DetentionCenter in lieu of $3,000 bond each.

2 PIZZERIA WORKERS INJURED BY SMOKE

Two people suffered smoke inhalation Wednesday afternoon during a fire at a Bel Air pizzeria.

The fire burnt one wall and damaged a laundry appliance at Gus's Pizza, 201 Gateway Road.

The Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company responded at 4:32 p.m. and found heavy smokethroughout the building, with the fire centered in the kitchen.

Two worker's who left the building when they discovered the fire suffered smoke inhalation. They were treated at the scene but refused medical transport.

Eight fire trucks or rescue vehicles reported to the scene and 36 firefighters had the blaze under control within a few minutes.

The amount of damage is unknown and the cause of the fireis under investigation by the state fire marshal's office.

CRIME SOLVERS SEEKS FALLSTON CRIME CLUES

Harford County Crime Solvers is offering a $1,000 reward for the arrest and indictment of those responsible for a burglary in Fallston last month.

Some time between Aug.25 and 26, someone broke into the rear door of Upper Cross Roads TV store, 2214 Fallston Road.

The thieves took several pieces of stereo equipment, televisions and cash.

Tire marks were found leading up to the rear door.

Anyone with information can call the crime solvers hot line at 877-STOP.

You do not have to give your name or appear in court.

Bel Air

East Lee Street: Bel Air police reported Sept. 1 that windows were broken out of the kindergarten building at Bel Air Elementary School.

South Bond Street: Bel Air police reported Sept. 1 the theft of a wallet from a car parked at Bel Air Texaco. Loss was $175.

Troutdale Terrace: Bel Air police reported Aug.30 that two earthen ware pots with flowers were removed from a frontporch. Loss was $100.

Crocker Drive: Bel Air police reported Aug.28 that a car window was broken and a radar detector was stolen. Loss was $300.

Harford Mall: Bel Air police reported Aug. 29 that someone stole 10 pairs of Levi's jeans from the Hecht Co. Loss was $400.

Harford Mall: Bel Air police reported Aug. 29 that someone stole 12 pairs of Levi's jeans from the Hecht Co. Loss was $480.

Havre de Grace

Village Drive: Havre de Grace police reported Sept. 3 thatsomeone threw a rock through a kitchen window. Loss was $100.

Wilson Street: Havre de Grace police reported Aug. 28 that someone brokethe AM-FM radio antenna off a 1983 Oldsmobile. Loss was $50.

Hoppers Lane: Havre de Grace police reported Aug. 27 that someone broke into a 1975 Chevrolet van and stole a tackle box, fishing pole, and tool box with tools, a battery charger and a circular saw. Loss was $600.

South Union Avenue: Havre de Grace police reported Aug. 27 thatsomeone broke into a 1991 Jeep Wrangler and stole a Panasonic stereospeaker, Motorola Cobra radar detector, picnic cooler, and $2 in change. Loss was $320.

Lewis Lane: Havre de Grace police reported Aug. 27 that someone stole a speaker box bolted to the bed of a 1990 Nissan pickup truck. Loss was $313.

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