POLICE* Westminster: A resident of East Green Street...

October 11, 1994

POLICE

* Westminster: A resident of East Green Street reported that someone broke the picture window of his home Saturday. He estimated the damage at $300.

A resident of West Virginia told police that someone broke the side window of his vehicle Saturday while it was parked on Webster Street. He estimated the damage at $200.

A resident of Liberty Street reported that someone broke into her auto and damaged the steering column and housing in an apparent attempt to steal the vehicle Friday. She estimated the damage at $300.

A resident of Old Washington Road told police that someone cut a rear tire on his auto Friday. He estimated the damage at $30.

An employee of Mack Homes reported that someone broke into a house under construction on Mulligan Lane and stole property valued at $811 Friday.

A resident of Tall Pines Drive told state police that someone broke two windows of his 1984 Toyota Celica while it was parked near his house Friday. He estimated the damage at $250.

FIRE

* Reese: Engines from Reese and Westminster responded to an auto fire inside a repair shop in the 1200 block of Old Westminster Road at 2:36 p.m. yesterday. John Cashman, the owner of Cashman Automotive, said he was using a fuel pressure tester on a Pontiac Fiero when it ignited. He said he used several fire extinguishers and a water hose to douse the blaze, which was confined to the engine compartment, before firefighters arrived. There was no damage to the garage, and the firefighters returned to their stations in 30 minutes.

* Westminster: Engines from Westminster, Reese, Pleasant Valley and Manchester were dispatched to Cranberry Mall to investigate a report of smoke in the building at 10:05 p.m. Sunday. The firefighters found no problems. Units were out for one hour.

Engines from Westminster and Reese responded to a report of smoke in a building on Wimert Avenue at 1:15 a.m. Sunday. Units were out for 30 minutes.

Firefighters from Westminster and Reese responded to a fire alarm in a building on Longwell Avenue at 10:03 p.m. Saturday. Units were out for 39 minutes.

Firefighters from Westminster responded to investigate a column smoke in a junk yard in the 800 block of Gorsuch Road at 6:06 p.m. Thursday. No fire was found, and the volunteers returned to their station in 19 minutes.

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