Woman charged after teen overdoses

May 18, 1994

A Westminster woman was charged with several drug offenses after a 15-year-old was treated at Carroll County General Hospital last week for a heroin overdose, state police reported.

Carol Lynn Jones, 24, of the 700 block of Eagles Court in The Greens was charged with distribution of heroin, possession of the drug, reckless endangerment and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

She was released Friday on a $50,000 unsecured bond.

Police said that the heroin was purchased in Baltimore and that the juvenile snorted or ingested the drug Thursday evening at Ms. Jones' apartment.

The 15-year-old, who was not identified, was charged with possession of heroin after being released from the hospital.

POLICE

* Westminster: A Union Street resident reported that someone entered her house Friday, raided the refrigerator and fled. She estimated the theft at $70.

A resident of Johahn Drive told police that someone shattered the driver's window of her car Sunday while it was parked at the 140 Village Shopping Center. She estimated the damage at $60.

* Finksburg: An official of the 140 Mini Storage company in the 3200 block of Old Westminster Pike told state police that someone cut the wire fence around the property before cutting the padlocks on several lockers over the weekend. A concrete drill valued at more than $300 was stolen. An inventory will be taken by the renters of the lockers to determine if anything else was taken, according to police.

A resident of the 3800 block of Gamber Road reported to state police that someone stole a 15-horsepower Johnson outboard boat motor and a 6-gallon gasoline tank from a shed at his house Sunday. He estimated the loss at $2,020.

An employee of the Rite Aid Pharmacy in the Finksburg Shopping Center, 3000 block of Gamber Road, reported that someone placed medication in a basket Monday and left without paying. The loss was estimated at $400.

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