Woman Charged With Robbery At Dash-in

Police beat

September 22, 1991

The Harford County Sheriff's Office arrested a 25-year-old Street woman in connection with a robbery at the Edgewood Dash-In Monday.

Deputy DeWayne Curry said Stephanie Aleisa Holland was charged with robbery and theft under $300. She was being held at the county detention center Friday on $10,000 bond.

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

Bel Air

700 block Jessie Court: Bel Air police investigated the theft of $600 worth of jewelry taken from a home Sept. 11.

Unit block Bonnie Avenue: Malicious destruction to a pool Sept.8 caused $3,000 worth of damage, the Sheriff's Office reported.


1800 block Trappe Church Road: A washer, dryer and refrigerator valued at $2,249 were stolen from a residence Aug. 26, the Sheriff's Office reported.


200 block Goucher Way: Jewelry, coins, jewelry boxes and personal papers valued at $5,406 were stolen Sept. 6, the Sheriff's Office reported.


700 block Stanford Court: The Sheriff's Office investigated the theft Sept. 12 of a theft of a videocassette recorder valued at $750.

400 block Winterberry Drive: Jewelry valued at $1,750 was taken from a residence Sept. 8, the Sheriff's Office said.

Havre de Grace

1700 block Pulaski Highway: The Sheriff's Office investigated a Sept. 10 report that four hydraulic lifts and trim cylinders were stolen from a boat at Osborne Boat Sales. Theft loss and damage to a fence and boat totaled $1,140.

900 block Pulaski Highway: Havre de Grace police investigated a report that personal computer was stolen from a room at the Super 8 Motel on Sept. 11. The computer was valued at $1,000.

300 block Old Bay Lane: A cigarette vending machine was stolen from the Chesapeake Beverage Co. Sept. 12, Havre de Grace police said. It was valued at $1,020.

Frank Hutchins Park: A 9-foot inflatable red dinghy was reported stolen Sept. 15, Havre de Grace police said. The dinghy was valued at $975.

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