Here is a compilation of some of the crimes reported to county police agencies last week:
Edmund Street: Jewelry worth $1,900 was stolen from a house on May 13.
Route 22 at Interstate 95: 57 cartons of cigarettes worth $1,190 were stolen from a vehicle parked at the Sheraton Inn on May 13.
800 block of Randolph Drive: Tools, plumbing equipment and a moped, worth $3,035, were stolen from a residence on May 13.
Beards Hill Plaza: A sewing machine worth $390 was stolen from the Sew and Save shop on May 15.
100 block of Laurel Valley Court: A guitar, amplifier and cabinet, worth $860, were stolen from a vehicle on May 12.
4000 block of Timothy Drive: A $500 tiller was stolen on May 13.
500 block of Barksdale Road: Golf clubs, video camera, calculator and credit cards, worth $2,095, were stolen from a vehicle on May 15.
2500 block of Parliament Drive: A cellular telephone and battery, worth $355, were stolen from a car May 15.
3100 block of Old Philadelphia Road: A radar detector and
compact discs, worth $365, were stolen from a vehicle on May 17.
1400 block of Valley Forge Way: A Pontiac Grand Am containing money and stereo equipment was stolen May 19. Loss totaled $12,650.
1500 block of Ivy Court: Tools and tool boxes, worth $740, were stolen from a vehicle on May 11.
1300 block of North Fountain Green Road: An undisclosed number of collectible dolls and steins, worth $520, were stolen from a barn on May 11.
300 block of Thomas Run Road: A soda machine was vandalized at Paul's Auto Body Shop on May 16. Damage totaled $1,500.
900 block of Redfield Road: Stereo equipment worth $700 was stolen from a car on May 16.
900 block of Pentwood Court: Stereo equipment, radar detector and cassette tapes, worth $610, were stolen from a vehicle on May 16.
1500 block of Bentley Circle: Four tires worth $400 were stolen from a vehicle on May 17.
900 block of St. Andrews Way: A $600 bicycle was stolen on May 17.
1700 block of Conowingo Road: A compact tractor worth $11,000 was stolen from Hickory International on May 18.
Althea Court: A photocopier and vacuum, worth $1,000, were stolen from the Clark Turner Inc. office on May 18.
2400 block of Churchville Road: A display case containing 50 watches, worth $1,850, was stolen from the Thrift Drug shop on May 17.
Paddrick Road: A videocassette recorder, television, citizens band radio and videotapes were stolen from a vehicle May 15. Loss totaled $1,625.
2100 block of Shuresville Road: Jewelry, a jewelry box, &r candlesticks, money and a tea set, worth $840, were stolen from a house on May 17.
3600 block of Dublin Road: An $800 outboard boat motor was stolen on May 18.
800 block of Kingston Court: A 1992 Nissan worth $15,000 was stolen on May 13.
2700 block of Pulaski Highway: Burglars damaged locks, doors, windows and 17 video machines at the Maryland Sports Arena on May 15. Money was taken from the machines. Loss totaled $3,350.
900 block of Olive Branch Court: A 1989 Toyota pickup worth $6,000 was stolen on May 17.
6500 block of Hawthorne Drive: A 1987 Pontiac worth $6,000 was stolen on May 17.
3000 block of Deepwater Drive: A videocassette recorder, computer, cash and credit cards, worth $2,400, were stolen from a house on May 17.
2300 block of Belair Road: A glass door, cash registers and change boxes were damaged and money was stolen at Logo's %% restaurant on May 17. Loss totaled $730.
300 block of E. Jarrettsville Road: $1,726 was stolen from the Bel Air Moose lodge on Monday.
Havre de Grace
2100 block of Pulaski Highway: Cash and a cash box, worth $630, were stolen from Bay Oil Co. on May 16.
600 block of South Freedom Lane: An $1,100 stereo system was stolen from a vehicle on May 17.
300 block of Summerfield Court: Jewelry, money, food, keys and a bicycle, worth $2,470, were stolen from a house on May 9.
2500 block of Jerusalem Road: A jewelry box was stolen and a door was damaged at a house on May 11. Loss totaled $600.
Gunpowder Cove Marina: A television-videocassette recorder unit, binoculars and a radio, worth $900, were stolen from a boat on May 14.
5300 block of Norrisville Road: Doors, windows and light fixtures at the Norrisville Elementary School were shot out on Monday. Loss totaled $590.