POLICE* Westminster: A resident of Ralph Street reported...

October 14, 1994

POLICE

* Westminster: A resident of Ralph Street reported to city police that someone stole a Ross 18-speed mountain bike from the rear yard of his home on Wednesday. He estimated the theft at $100.

Another resident of Ralph Street told city police someone stole a pager from his van, which was parked near his home Wednesday. He estimated the loss at $100.

A representative of The ARC reported to city police someone stole a fire extinguisher from a bus parked on Kriders Church Road on Wednesday. He estimated the loss at $25.

A resident of East Main Street told city police someone damaged the door lock on his auto in an apparent attempt to gain entry on Wednesday. He estimated the damage at $100.

A resident of Pennsylvania Avenue reported to city police someone broke a window of her auto while it was parked near her home Tuesday and stole personal property valued at $105.

A resident of John Street told city police someone broke into his house and stole personal property Tuesday. He estimated the theft at $57.50.

A GT Performer BMX-style bicycle was stolen from a house on Winged Foot Drive on Tuesday, city police said. The owner estimated the theft at $250.

A resident of Sullivan Avenue reported to city police someone broke into her house and stole $180 from her purse on Sunday.

An employee of Things Remembered at Cranberry Mall told city police someone stole a clock from the stand on Sunday. The clock was valued at $60.

A 15-year-old juvenile was arrested and charged with one count each of attempted arson, malicious burning and malicious destruction of property on Tuesday after he scorched the rear wooden deck and vinyl siding of his home while playing with a flammable liquid. The boy, who lives on Young Way, used a garden hose to extinguish the fire, according to city police. He is being held at the Charles Hickey School in Baltimore County awaiting trial.

An employee of the State's Attorneys Office in the 100 block of N. Court Street reported someone kicked a hole in a wall of the outer office on Wednesday, causing about $100 damage. Police said they were told a woman came into the office to inquire about a juvenile and became agitated when the investigator handling the case was not available. Employees in other offices heard a loud noise and discovered the damage. Officials said the woman was expected to make restitution.

FIRE

* Westminster: Firefighters from the Westminster station responded to clean up after an accident on Route 27 at 8:45 p.m. Thursday. They were out for 32 minutes.

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