Second Child Is Killed

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April 01, 1992

SNYDERSBURG — A county family has lost a second child to an auto accident.

Jared Golden, 15, died Saturday night when he lost control of his bicycleand slid under a car driven by Donald E. Kinney, 17, of Aurora, W.Va., state police said.

Last year, Golden's family won a $13 million judgment in the death of John Golden, 14.

John Golden was killed by a drunken driver Nov. 7, 1987, in a head-on collision.

The boys' father, John Golden, said Saturday the family doesn't expect to see much from the lawsuit because the driver had no insurance.

Although the deaths of the two boys seems senseless to the family, John Golden, a Mormon, said his family's religious faith helps give them strength.

"If you havefaith, if you realize what happens is for a reason and where we are going, you can put it all together," Golden said.

"Not that that means I don't miss him," he said. "It hurts."

Trooper Frank Childress said the accident appears to have been unavoidable, and no chargesare contemplated against the driver.

HELP NEEDED IN SLAYING

WESTMINSTER -- Maryland State Police are asking anyone who was in the DeepRun Hardware store between 7 and 7:40 p.m. March 25 to contact the criminal investigator in charge of the murder of Charles W. Therit Jr.

People with information should call the Westminster barracks at 848-3111 or 876-2101. Those who have already spoken with police need not contact them again.

Police say the investigation into the slaying of Therit is continuing, and they are pursuing new leads that weregenerated as a result of releasing a composite sketch of the suspectFriday.

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Please report crime tips to these hot lines: 857-TIPS (drugs) and (800) 562-TIPS (Crime Solvers). All calls are confidential and you do not have to give your name.

Here is a compilation of some of the crime reported to local and state police:

Hampstead

Graves Run Road: Westminster police arrested Wayne M. Hoover, 19, and charged him with six counts each of uttering and forgery, eight counts of theft and three counts of conspiracy on March 28. He was released on $1,000 unsecured bond.

Manchester

North Main Street: State police report a burglar broke the plate glass window at Number One North Inc. and stole liquor on March 14.

Mount Airy

Old Oak Drive: State police report a garage was broken into and stereo equipment and CDs were removed on March 11.

New Windsor

Main Street: State police report a front door was pried open and money

was taken from a house on March 14.

Sykesville

Liberty Road: State police report a burglar broke a window at Lakeview Memorial Park, stole money and damaged the company's safe and lock boxes on March 5.

Pine Knob Road: State police report a garage was broken into and a cement trowel was taken on March 6.

Obrecht Road: State police report aburglar entered Fogle Septic through the back door and stole tools on March 8.

Old Liberty Road: State police report burglars entered a residence through the rear window and stole tools on March 16.

Taneytown

Harney Road: State police report someone broke in the back door of a residence and damaged it along with the floor on March 23.

Westminster

Kowomu Trail: State police report a burglar entered through the rear window and stole a camera, camera lenses, jewelry, TV, stereo, money and a car between March 16 and 18.

Park Drive:State police report a burglar entered a house through the front doorand stole money, jewelry, stereo equipment and a camera on March 17.

Pennsylvania Ave: Westminster police arrested Christopher P. Blizzard, 19, and charged him with one court of possession of drugs on school property, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia on March 27. Bail was set at $15,000.

Robins Way: Westminster police arrested Vera L. Thomas, 30, and charged her with writing a badcheck on March 27. She was released on $200 unsecured bond.

West Main Street: Westminster police said Clark Haspelhorn of Baltimore reported that someone broke the window of his car, stole some of the contents and caused about $670 damage while it was parked on the Western Maryland College campus on March 27.

West Main Street: Westminster police said Valerie Sanders of Westminster reported a window of her car was broken while it was parked on the Western Maryland College campus on March 28.

Charles Street: Westminster police arrested Margaret D. Young, 32, and charged her with driving while intoxicated on March 28. Bail was set at $500.

Palmer Terrace: Westminster police said Melanie Bartgis reported the window of her car was broken andcontents, worth $725, were stolen on March 28.

Senorita Court: Westminster police arrested Mary V. Gallagher on one count of possession of drugs on March 29. She was released on personal recognizance.

West Main Street: Westminster police arrested Matthew W. Harris, 18,on one count each of malicious destruction and theft on March 30.

Court Lane: Westminster police said Frances Jackson reported her carwas broken into while parked at Court Lane and valuables worth about$1,550 were stolen on March 30.

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