National EMS week set to begin todayNational Emergency...

POLICE BEAT

May 23, 1993

National EMS week set to begin today

National Emergency Medical Services Week kicks off today, and county EMS officials are focusing on preparedness, asking residents to learn what to do if an emergency strikes.

To that end, the Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company wants tencourage schools, businesses and community groups to set aside time to learn how to recognize and respond to a medical emergency.

"We're willing to help anyone, talking about employee safetyputting on a CPR course or offering a first-aid course," said June Potter, EMS chief for the Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company.

If a business calls, Potter said, ways to avoid accidents in thworkplace can be discussed.

For more information on EMS Week, visit the Bel Air station oHickory Ave. or the Forest Hill station on Jarrettsville Road or contact Chief Potter or 1st Assistant Chief Edward Hopkins at 838-5151 or 879-9088.

Reward is offered after driver is robbed

The Harford County Crime Solvers are offering a reward of up to $1,000 for the arrest and indictment of a man who robbed a pizza delivery driver of an undisclosed amount in the 600 block of Meadowood Drive in Edgewood May 8.

The suspect said he had a gun in his jacket pocket before taking the money and running away.

Anyone with information may contact the Crime Solvers hot line (410) 877-STOP. Callers need not give their names or appear in court.

Bel Air

* 700 block of Bel Air Road: Theft of 24 Maryland temporary license tags from a business on May 13. Loss valued at $192.

Edgewood

* 1700 block of Judy Way: Breaking and entering at home oMay 11. Damage to a window and theft of a TV, VCR and video tapes. Damage and loss valued at $470.

Forest Hill

* 2000 block of Highpoint Road: Breaking and entering at a horsbarn on May 12. Theft of two saddles, two bridles, a bit, two girths and stirrups. Loss valued at $1,450.

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