Annapolis teens charged in break-ins Over $16,000 in property stolen ANNAPOLIS/SOUTH COUNTY -- Davidsonville * Edgewater * Shady Side * Deale

September 23, 1993|By Peter Hermann | Peter Hermann,Staff Writer

Three Annapolis teen-agers are suspected of breaking into two homes at the Fishing Creek Farms development near Annapolis. In one case, property worth more than $16,000 was taken.

A 15-year-old and two 14-year-olds were charged as juveniles in one of the break-ins, at a home in the 1300 block of Fishing Creek Road.

According to police, two witnesses said they saw the youths leave the Fishing Creek Road home.

BPolice arrested the youths while still in the neighborhood a short time later.

Police said the youths broke into the Fishing Creek Road home through an upstairs rear bedroom window by climbing from a deck railing onto the roof. They are alleged to have stolen only $1.90 in change that was left on a couch.

Police said the youths also are suspected of breaking into a home in the 1300 block of Harbor Road, where $16,050 in property was stolen. The owners were on vacation last week when the burglary occurred.

In the Harbor Road robbery, police said, the burglars entered through the front door.

The phone line had been cut, police said. Stolen items included several television sets, a camcorder and a mahogany case worth $800.

Police said the youths helped them recover two speakers and a Sony compact disc player, which they admitting stealing from the Harbor Road house.

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