Finksburg man accused of driving while intoxicated

November 21, 1994

A Finksburg man accused of driving 70 mph in a 55-mph zone and weaving from lane to lane Thursday morning was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated by state police.

Tfc. Douglas W. Reitz said he was driving on Route 140 near Suffolk Road at 1:20 a.m. and saw a car ahead of him drifting from side to side. The trooper wrote in charging documents that he increased his speed to pace the automobile and registered its speed at 70 mph.

After stopping the car at Route 140 and Sandymount Road, the trooper said the driver failed several sobriety field tests. The driver refused to take a chemical sobriety test at the Westminster barracks, court papers indicated.

Gregory Forrest Gramlich, 35, of the 2000 block of Suffolk Road was charged with driving while intoxicated, driving on a suspended license, speeding, failure to drive in a single lane and violation of a license restriction (drinking), according to officials. He was held on $10,000 bond after a hearing before a court commissioner.

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* Westminster: An employee of the Shell Station on Route 140 at Malcolm Drive reported to city police a customer pumped gasoline into a vehicle and left without paying Thursday. The loss was $31.

A member of Shepherd's Staff on Carroll Street told city police someone pried open a window of the building and stole $16 Thursday.

A resident of South Bishop Street reported to city police someone damaged her storm door by kicking it Wednesday. The damage is estimated at $50.

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