Crime Solvers offer cash for assistanceThe Harford County...


October 11, 1992

Crime Solvers offer cash for assistance

The Harford County Crime Solvers are offering up to $1,000 in reward for information leading to the arrest and indictment of the person who broke into a private residence in the 2200 block of Price Road in Darlington.

According to a description released by police, the suspect is a black man in his mid 20s, 5 feet 10 inches tall, and weighing 160 pounds.

The suspect has short hair and, at the time of the break in, he was wearing a black cap and gray pants, the police description said.

The suspect was driving a 1990 Ford Tempo with Pennsylvania tags, police said.

The vehicle had damage from a shotgun blast to the right front, according to police.

Police urge anyone with information about this Sept. 30 incident to call the Crime Solvers Hot Line: (410) 877-STOP.

Edgewood youth, 10, charged in assault

Police have charged a 10-year-old Edgewood boy with three counts of assault and battery, malicious destruction and disorderly conduct.

The boy was released to the custody of his mother pending legal action, which will be taken by the department of Juvenile Services.


* 200 block Perrywood Court: Theft of a diamond ring. Value put at $2,000.


* 2400 block Willoughby Beach Road: Theft of calculator from school bag at school. Loss put at $70.

Forest Hill

* 1200 block Bonaire Road: Malicious destruction to mailbox, theft of newspaper box. Loss placed at $35.

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