2 W.Va. teen-agers are hurt in accidentTwo teen-agers from...


August 02, 1993

2 W.Va. teen-agers are hurt in accident

Two teen-agers from Charles Town, W.Va., were treated at Carroll County General Hospital late yesterday afternoon after being injured when the truck in which they were riding hit a fence and a tree on Buffalo at Harrisville roads near Mount Airy.

Joseph Heflin, 17, was driving south on Buffalo Road when he lost control of the 1975 Ford truck, drove through a yard, and struck the fence and the tree, Maryland State Police said.

The Heflin youth and passenger Nathan Bell, 16, received minor injuries, police said.

They were taken to the hospital by an ambulance from Mount Airy.

Westminster man charged in break-in try

A 21-year-old Westminster man was being held on $5,000 bond at the Carroll County Detention Center yesterday after being charged with trying to break into a home in the 2800 block of Stone Road, Maryland State Police said.

John Carroll Ecker Jr. of the 700 block of Beggs Road is chargewith throwing rocks at windows of the house about 8 p.m. Saturday, police said.

Two occupants of the home fled and called police. Authorities said the suspect was on the premises when they arrived.

He was charged with breaking and entering, assault, reckless endangerment, vehicle tampering and malicious destruction of property.

Woman is injured stepping from car

A 21-year-old Westminster woman was treated at Carroll County General Hospital and released after she was injured getting out of a moving car on Houcksville at Carrollton roads outside Hampstead at 12:50 a.m. yesterday.

Amy Sue Moses of the 100 block of N. Center St. was arguing with the driver of the 1988 Ford Ranger, Dwayne Allen of the same address, before she got out of the car, Maryland State Police said.

MA When she got out, she fell and hit the pavement, police said.

Kindermusik registers children for classes

Kindermusik of Carroll County is registering students for three classes: ages 18 months to 3 years, 3- and 4-year-olds, and 4- through 6-year-olds.

Kindermusik is intended to help children explore their world through music.

Instruction includes listening, vocal development, movement, ensemble work, playing instruments, ear training and musical games.

Training is geared to the development stages of young children.

6* Information: Debbie Henning, 848-2473.

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