Caller needing help arrested on warrantA 30-year-old...

POLICE BEAT

March 21, 1993

Caller needing help arrested on warrant

A 30-year-old Street woman was arrested after State Police hiked a mile through last Sunday's snow storm to answer her call for help and discovered she was wanted in Baltimore County.

State Police said Jennie Lynn Minter of the 3700 block of Davis Corner Road in Street had called them because of a domestic dispute.

Troopers and a sheriff's deputy were not able to drive through the snow-blocked road. they parked their patrol cars at Prospect and Davis Corner roads and walked to the house.

After calming the situation, troopers learned Ms. Minter was wanted on a bench warrant for failing to appear in Baltimore County District Court on a charge of theft stemming from a May 14, 1992, incident.

Police arrested Ms. Minter but needed help to transport her through the storm.

They called Whiteford businessman Richard Enfield of Enfield Equipment, who came to the rescue, arriving on a four-wheel drive John Deere 7700 tractor. Mr. Enfield carried two troopers, a deputy and the suspect to the patrol cars at Prospect Road.

Ms. Minter was taken to the Harford Detention Center and held until Baltimore County officers took her to a District Court Commissioner's hearing in Towson.

G; She posted $1,000 bond and was released Sunday evening.

Child support suspect arrested after 9 months

Sheriff's deputies arrested a 31-year-old man in Edgewood Wednesday, ending a nine-month search for one of the county's 10 most-wanted suspects for alleged failure to pay child support.

John Ray Utter, the suspect, was nabbed in the 2200 block of Pine St. after deputies and a private investigator had tracked his movements to Ocala, Fla., and back since June. Mr. Utter owed more than $7,500 in support, police said.

Mr. Utter is being held without bond at the Detention Center. He is the seventh person arrested since the Sheriff's Office began

its 10 most-wanted list on June 18.

Reward set for help in suspect's arrest

Harford County Crime Solvers is offering up to $1,000 for the arrest and indictment of Mark David Miller, a 35-year-old whose last known address was in the 1500 block of Deerfield Road, Darlington.

The suspect is described as a white male about 5 feet 8 inches tall and 160 pounds, with brown hair, blue eyes and tattoos on his right arm.

He is wanted by Baltimore County police and Harford sheriff's deputies for failing to appear for violation of probation hearings on charges of driving while intoxicated.

Mr. Miller's driver's license has also been revoked.

Those with information should call the Crime Solvers' hot line (410) 877-STOP.

ABERDEEN

* 1300 block of S. Philadelphia Blvd.: Motor vehicle tampering was reported March 1, along with malicious destruction to motor home. Theft of clothing, tools, household items, jewelry, toys, a camera, camcorder, cassette tapes, stereo equipment and a TV was reported, with a loss valued at $7,299.

ABINGDON

* 3400 block of Wintermoss Court: Burglary was reported at a residence March 3. The currency, jewelry, TV and VCR stolen were valued at $3,680.

BELCAMP

* 4300 block of Hampton Hall Court: A theft of .12 gauge shotgun from residence was reported March 1.

EDGEWOOD

* 1800 block of Walton Road: Breaking and entering was reported at a business March 5. The loss of a radar detector, two laser detectors, an air freshening system and a display case lock was valued at $362.

FALLSTON

* 2500 block of Fallston Road: Breaking and entering was reported at a residence Feb. 26. The loss of a snow blower, compressor, tools, and bowling balls was valued at $2,300.

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