Crime Solvers offer reward of up to $1,000Harford County...


November 22, 1992

Crime Solvers offer reward of up to $1,000

Harford County Crime Solvers is offering up to a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and indictment in the following case:

On Sept. 8 or 9, a breaking and entering occurred at a residence in the 300 block of Old Joppa Road in Bel Air. The unknown suspect of suspects entered an office door and stole a Sharp fax machine Model No. UX112, a TRM computer printer, a Macintosh computer, a Brother typewriter and other items.

The loss was valued at $4,992.

Persons telephoning the Crime Solvers Hotline (410-877-STOP) do not have to give their name or appear in court.

Windows smashed in station wagon

A Havre de Grace woman told police that three passenger-side windows on her 1982 Ford station wagon were smashed between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Nov. 13. The vehicle was parked at Havre de Grace High School in the 700 block of Congress Ave.

1% The damage was estimated at $400.

2 car break-ins in Havre de Grace

Havre de Grace police reported two incidents on Nov. 15 in which thieves broke into cars parked in the 500 block of Franklin Street.

In the first incident, a Pioneer Supertuner III AM/FM cassette radio valued at $300 was stolen from a 1981 Chevrolet.

In the second case, a JVC AM/FM cassette stereo valued at $300 was stolen from a 1978 Chevrolet Camaro. The vehicle damage was valued at $300.

Md. sheriff's group launches fund drive

The Maryland Sheriff's Association has begun a state-wide direct mail fund-raising campaign to sign up honorary members who would like to join law enforcement officers in the fight against crime.

"It's the first time we have used this approach," said Michael Canning, coordinator for the campaign. "Any funds generated will be used to provide more and improved training for sheriffs and their deputies and to further crime prevention."

Mr. Canning said about 25 other states have such a program. He said the approach seemed like the least offensive way to solicit citizens in

each county.

"It's a one-time appeal," he said. "There will be no telephone follow-up. It's just a good way to bring the role of the Sheriff's Office to the public's attention."

The mailing requests a check for $20 for each individual membership, payable to the Maryland Sheriff's Association, 12 St. Francis St., P.O. Box 511, Annapolis 21404. Applicants will receive a membership card, a bumper sticker and a decal. Automobile license plate frames also are available for an additional $5.

Mr. Canning also said the decision to begin this campaign did not result from state budget cuts.


* 2500 block of Parliament Drive:Breaking and entering at residence through the French doors on Nov. 11. Theft of a television and VCR. Loss valued at $1,200.

* 2500 block of Parliament Drive:Breaking and entering at residence through French doors on Nov. 11. Theft of television, VCR, jewelry and jewelry box. Loss estimated at $1,000.


* 4000 block of Conowingo Road:Motor vehicle tampering. Theft of car stereo, CB radio, speakers and ornament on Nov. 12. Loss valued at $1,009.


* 3700 block Rush Road:Theft of two ladders, portable table saw, and 40 bundles of cedar shingles from business on Nov. 11. Loss valued at $1,920.

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