East Columbia

September 29, 1992

Oakland Mills board seeks teen-age members

The Oakland Mills Village Board is seeking high school students interested in serving as non-voting members of the board.

Board members want to involve teens in activities and meetings.

The board believes "teen advisers" would help the community and give the students a knowledge of public service and civic participation, as well as help in making decisions with the board throughout the year.

The board will appoint teen advisers to one-year terms running from Nov. 1 to Oct. 31, 1993.

If you are a high school student residing in Oakland Mills and want to be considered as an adviser, come to the Other Barn, 5851 Robert Oliver Place, and pick up an application/recommendation form, or contact your high school principal.

Information: 730-4610.

POLICE LOG

Long Reach: 8900 block of Footed Ridge: On Sept. 27, someone shattered the rear window of a Ford Escort station wagon and stole a large box speaker and a cassette tape case with 30 jazz tapes.

Park and Ride at Route 175 Snowden River Parkway: Between Sept. 26 and 27, someone broke into a 1986 Buick Century that was parked at the park-and-ride and stole a $120 cellular telephone, $35 golf umbrella and four shirts.

Kings Contrivance: 8600 block of Guilford Road: On Sept. 25, a new $77 pair of Nike tennis shoes was stolen from an unlocked room at the McDonald's restaurant

Oakland Mills: 6100 block of Camelback Lane: Someone entered an unlocked garage between Sept. 15 and 19 and stole a compressor, air hose and tools.

Owen Brown: 6500 block of Lacelike Row: Police charged Richard Talmadge McCloud, 51, of the 5400 block of Luckpenny Place, with breaking into a home and brandishing a butcher knife when the female resident arrived. Police believe the break-in was domestic-related.

7100 block of Carved Stone: This weekend, a black 1989 Ford Probe was stolen. The Maryland plates are ZVC-834.

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