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November 19, 1993

Pupils charged with marijuana possession at school

Four teen-age students were arrested at Westminster High School Wednesday and charged with possession of marijuana.

State police said they were called to the school about 1 p.m. and were told that one of the instructors had observed a 14-year-old student with marijuana inside the school.

The boy was taken to the school office, where, questioned by authorities, he told of three other youths who had marijuana at the high school.

Police rounded up the others and, after questioning, charged all four, one age 13 and the others age 14, with one count each of possession.

The students were released to their parents pending Juvenile Court action. Their names were not released because of their ages.

POLICE

* Westminster: A Raintree Avenue resident told police that someone stole her 1991 Jeep Laredo during the 20 minutes she was shopping at a food market in the 140 Village Shopping Center Wednesday. The woman said she parked and locked the vehicle at 6 p.m. and found it missing at 6:20 p.m. She estimated the value of the car at $20,000. Police have no suspects. The car had not been recovered yesterday.

Two cars parked on the campus of Western Maryland College were broken into and articles were stolen from them Tuesday, city police said. A window was broken on one of the cars, and stereo equipment valued at $390 was taken. The other car was entered by someone who broke the sunroof and stole articles valued at $400.

A Carroll Street resident told police someone broke a side window of his car and stole articles valued at $450 Wednesday, while the vehicle was parked near his home.

A Gorsuch Road resident reported to police someone damaged his car with rocks Monday while he was driving on Manchester Avenue. He said the damage amounted to $1,800. This was the third vehicle damaged by someone throwing rocks on Manchester Avenue since last Friday, police said.

A resident of South Pleasant Valley Road told police that while her car was parked on South Center Street someone entered the vehicle and removed property valued at $75 Wednesday.

A thief entered a car parked on West Main Street and removed items valued at $110, the owner reported to police Wednesday.

A resident of New Windsor reported to police that while her car was parked in the rear of 31 W. Main St. Wednesday, someone forced open a door lock, opened the hood and stole the battery. She estimated the loss and damage at $260.

A Johahn Drive resident told police someone entered his house while he was away Wednesday and stole a ring valued at $1,000.

Vandals damaged a newly laid section of cement near the community swimming pool on Royer Road Wednesday, a city employee told police. The damage was estimated at $3,000.

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