Crime Solvers seeks information on escapeeThe Harford...


March 07, 1993

Crime Solvers seeks information on escapee

The Harford County Crime Solvers will pay a reward of as much as $1,000 for an arrest and indictment in the following case:

James Roger Ervine, 43, is wanted on escape charges by the Havre de Grace Police. He had been arrested on suspicion of failing to appear in court and was being held Monday at the Havre de Grace station when he climbed out a restroom window and fled, authorities said. Known to frequent Joppatowne and Havre de Grace, Mr. Ervine is white, 5-feet-7-inches tall and weighs 160 pounds. Persons with information may call (410) 877-STOP. They need not give their name or appear in court.

Man reports house was pelted with cans

A Havre de Grace man told police someone had pelted his house and car with cans of soup sometime last Sunday night in the 700 block of St. James Terrace. An awning and siding on his house and the right front fender of his vehicle were damaged. Damage was valued at $700.

Marijuana seized in Edgewood raid


The Sheriff's Office Covert Opera

tions Section seized a half ounce of marijuana in Monday's raid in the 1400 block of Harford Square Drive in Edgewood and took a 38-year-old Edgewood man into custody.

Randy Lamar Hogan was arrested on a charge of possession of marijuana and released on his own recognizance after a hearing before a District Court commissioner.

Police said the illegal drug seized is worth $100 if sold on the street.

Havre de Grace

* 500 block of Warren Street: Malicious destruction to property Feb 26. Storefront window smashed by bottle. Loss valued at $300.


* 1900 block of Pulaski Highway: Breaking and entering a business Feb. 20. Damage to food items, telephone lines, door and safe. Theft of a VCR and a soldering gun. Loss valued at $1,670.


* 400 block of Barksdale Road: Theft of a wooden whale from an elementary school on Feb. 20. Loss valued at $50.


* 300 block of Pylesville Road: Breaking and entering a business Feb 20. Theft of food items, damage to door and lock. Loss valued at $68.

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