Trio charged in damage to mailboxes, vehicle

April 12, 1994

Three 19-year-old Carroll County men were arrested and charged with four counts of malicious destruction of property after they allegedly damaged three mailboxes and scratched a vehicle in the Westminster and Finksburg areas about 11 p.m. Sunday.

Bradley Joseph Scobie of the 1700 block of Old Westminster Pike, Robert Lee Freyer of the 200 block of Hahn Road and Bryan T. Crawford of the 1700 block of Doe Drive were released on personal recognizance after a bail hearing before a court commissioner, according to District Court documents.

State police said they received a complaint that three men, riding in a black Jeep, were damaging mailboxes in the Finksburg area and located the vehicle parked nearby. After questioning the driver, the other two men were arrested and all were charged.

The amount of damage to the vehicle and the three mailboxes was not immediately determined, police said.


* Westminster: A resident of West Main Street told city police someone broke into her home and removed various items Thursday. She was unable to estimate the loss.


* Sandymount: Reese, Gamber and Westminster responded to a call of smoke in a building in the 2400 block of Baltimore Blvd. at 10:31 p.m. Friday. Units were out for one hour.

* Pleasant Valley: Pleasant Valley responded to a woods fire at Halter and Stone roads at 1:37 p.m. Friday. Units were out for 12 minutes.

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