Union Mills * Westminster * Sandymount * Finksburg


April 19, 1993

Reisterstown man charged after fight

An 18-year-old Reisterstown man was held on $500 bond on charges of disorderly intoxication, resisting arrest and assault and battery after his arrest Wednesday in the first block of E. Main St., Westminster.

Cpl. Rick May, a police spokesman, said authorities were called for a fight between two men about 5:55 p.m.

When Officer Scott Mitchell arrived and attempted to talk with Charles Scott Eyler Jr., Mr. Eyler allegedly became abusive, struggled with the officer and kicked him in the thigh, police said.

Mr. Eyler was also charged with conspiracy to commit theft over $300 in a previous incident. After a court appearance Friday morning, his bond was reduced to $100.


* Westminster: A resident of North Colonial Avenue told police someone sprayed her house with yellow paint Thursday. The cost to repair the vandalism was unknown.

Twenty trees lining the Carroll Reservoir at Eden Farms on Sunshine Way were damaged Wednesday by someone pulling the bark from the trunks. Donald Gross, an employee of the city, told authorities the damage is estimated at $380.

Several windows of East Middle School on Longwell Avenue were broken Tuesday, a Board of Education official reported. Damage is reported as $63.90.

The owner of the Blossoms and Baskets shop in the 300 block of Village Road reported to police Tuesday that $715 was missing from a desk in the store. There are no suspects.


* Westminster: Westminster, Reese, Pleasant Valley and Manchester responded for a building fire at Englar Road and Route 140 at 11:46 a.m. Sunday. Units were out for 10 minutes.

Westminster and Reese responded to a fire alarm at Winchester Exchange on East Main Street at 10:18 p.m. Saturday. Investigators found a damaged sprinkler that cause minor water damage in the building. Fire units remained at the building for 55 minutes.

Engines from the Westminster station were dispatched to Lacosta Circle for a car leaking gasoline at 1:34 p.m. Thursday. Units were out for 20 minutes.

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