Cases of soda stolen from Elks lodgeHavre de...


August 08, 1993


80 cases of soda stolen from Elks lodge

Havre de Grace police are investigating the theft of 80 cases of soda taken sometime during the night of June 2 from the BPOE Elks Lodge 1564 in the 900 block of Pulaski Highway.

Thieves broke into a storage area and took the soda worth $500, police said.

Reward is offered in Darlington break-in

Harford County Crime Solvers is offering up to $1,000 in reward for the arrest and indictment of the person responsible for breaking into a residence in the 2000 block of Franklin Church Road in Darlington on Aug. 2.

Someone entered through a kitchen window, police said. Once inside, the kitchen door was opened and someone stole a 13-inch color TV set, a VCR, and various gold, pearl and precious gem jewelry.

The loss was valued at $5,095, police said.

Anyone with information about this incident should call the Crime Solvers hot line (410) 877-STOP.

Aberdeen youth, 16, faces traffic charges

A 16-year-old Aberdeen youth was stopped for speeding in the 2900 block of Grafton Lane in Churchville on July 31.

He also was charged with driving without a license, failing to display a registration card, driving an uninsured vehicle and reckless driv- ing.

The teen-ager was released to his mother, pending action by Juvenile Services.


* 2200 block of Pulaski Highway: Theft of a nail gun from a business on July 30. Loss valued at $412.


* 2800 block of Wesleyan Drive: Theft of building materials from home under construction on July 30. Loss valued at $1,480.


* 1600 block of Poole Road: Breaking and entering at residence on July 23. Theft of jewelry and damage to door. Loss valued at $5,020.


* 3200 block of Dublin Road: Breaking and entering at residence on July 30. Theft of currency, video games and accessories, compact discs, karate case and gear. Loss valued at $3,005.


* 2700 block of Belair Road: Theft of 1985 Pontiac from auto sales lot on July 29. Loss valued at $5,000.

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