Deputy's car privilege revoked after court caseSheriff...

POLICE BEAT

November 29, 1992

Deputy's car privilege revoked after court case

Sheriff Robert E. Comes has disciplined Lt. James Issenock, a 25-year veteran deputy who received probation before judgment charges of drunken driving in September.

Sheriff Comes suspended the off-duty patrol car driving privileges of Lieutenant Issenock, who maintains and purchases the fleet of cars and safeguards evidence and property for the Sheriff's Office.

Deputies are permitted to drive patrol cars to and from work if they remain in contact while in the vehicle and respond to major emergencies from home.

800-pound heifer stolen from barnyard

A Havre de Grace man reported that someone stole an 800-pound heifer from his barnyard in the 3600 block of Harmony Church Road on Nov. 16.

Howard Moxley said he doesn't know how anyone could have removed one of the six cattle he intended to take to market the next morning.

"Whoever did it left no signs they were here," said Mr. Moxley.

He said the missing Brahma Cross heifer would have earned about $600 at the market.

2 Perryman residents face drug charges

Two Perryman residents were arrested on drug distribution charges after police reported seizing a quarter- ounce of cocaine and 4 grams of marijuana during a Nov. 20 raid.

Carrying search-and-seizure warrants, members of the Harford County Joint Narcotics Task Force entered an apartment in the 200 block of Mayberry Drive at 8:15 p.m.

Hilda Luc Maldonado, 40, was charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine and marijuana.

She was released without bond.

Also charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine and marijuana and with maintaining a common nuisance was Cliford Janie Moses, 46.

He was being held on $2,500 bond.

The street value of the cocaine was placed at $1,200 and the marijuana at $40.

N.J. woman's purse stolen at eatery

A woman from Island Heights, N.J., told police someone stole her purse at a fast-food restaurant in the 2100 block of Emmorton Road, Edgewood.

Eleanor Mendelson Seibert said her purse was on a window sill when she left the restaurant and missing when she returned about eight minutes later.

The purse contained her wallet, glasses, credit cards, travelers checks and cash.

The loss was valued at $1,275.

Crime Solvers offers reward in break-in

The Harford County Crime Solvers are offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest and indictment in a break-in and theft at a Bel Air home.

Between Sept. 4 and 7, a basement window was broken to get into a home in the 500 block of Westview Road in Bel Air.

Cash, an Olympus camera and compact discs were taken.

The loss was valued at $1,240.

Those who call the Crime Solvers Hot line (410-877-STOP) with information do not have to use their names or appear in court.

Aberdeen

* 2600 block of Carsins Run Road: Theft of copper wire from a construction site on Nov. 13. Loss valued at $1,768.

Abingdon

* 3700 block of Federal Lane: Breaking and entering of shed on property and damage to padlock on Nov. 13. Theft of chain saws, leaf blower, table saw and push mower. Loss valued at $2,030.

Bel Air

* 2100 block of Allibone Road:Theft of black Labrador retriever and beagle on Nov. 17. Loss valued at $450.

Edgewood

* 1900 block of Southridge Drive: Motor vehicle tampering. Theft of radio, equalizer, speakers and sunglasses on Nov. 12. Damage to door of vehicle. Loss valued at $980.

* 1000 block of Hanson Road:Theft of saw, drill, radar detector and gifts from vehicle on Nov. 20. Loss valued at $770.

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Fallston

* 2600 block of Stanley Drive: Breaking and entering at home. Damage to doors, windows and molding on Nov. 10. Damage valued at $700.

Joppa

* 600 block of Constitution Highway: Theft of purse in retail store Nov. 13. Loss valued at $55.

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