Intruder steals purse from woman's kitchenA Havre de Grace...

POLICE BEAT

May 22, 1994

Intruder steals purse from woman's kitchen

A Havre de Grace woman told police that someone dressed in dark clothing broke into her home in the 700 block of Hoppers Lane at 12:40 a.m. last Sunday.

The man stole her purse from the kitchen and ran out of the front door, she said. The amount of money in the purse was unknown, police said.

3 arrested, charged after two burglaries

Two men and a woman were arrested on charges stemming from burglaries at two Havre de Grace restaurants Monday.

Responding to a report of a breaking and entering at the Tidewater Grill at the foot of Franklin Street, officers saw a man running from the scene and broadcast his description.

A man matching the description was seen later and an officer knew his identity, police said.

Police arrested Ronald D. Moore, 20, of the 300 block of Girard St. on charges of theft and breaking and entering.

Charged as accessories after the fact in the incident and on charges of possession of a controlled dangerous substance were Craig M. Davidson, 29, and Ada A. Morrison, 20, both of the 600 block of Green St.

The three were also charged in a break-in at the Galley Restaurant in the 100 block of S. Washington St.

2 Elkton men accused of growing marijuana

Two men were arrested on charges of growing marijuana after an investigation by Maryland Natural Resources Police and Park Service Rangers last Sunday night, authorities said.

Elkton residents Scott Smith, 19, and Joshua Newlin, 20, were apprehended at the Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area about 8:30 p.m. and charged with manufacturing a controlled dangerous substance, a police spokesman said.

Rangers discovered eight marijuana plants growing in a secluded location May 14. They removed the plants and set up surveillance. The next evening, a ranger Mel Adam spotted two men in the area.

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