POLICE* Westminster: A resident of Sullivan Avenue...

January 18, 1995

POLICE

* Westminster: A resident of Sullivan Avenue reported to city police that someone broke the side mirror of his auto while it was parked at Winters and Longwell avenues Monday. He estimated the damage at $10.

A resident of East Main Street told city police that someone scratched the side of her auto while it was parked on the Cranberry Mall lot Sunday. She estimated the damage at $100.

A resident of Sawmill Road told city police that someone entered his vehicle and stole property while it was parked in the first block of W. Main St. Sunday. He said the items were valued at $22.

City police reported that a resident of Green Pond Court said someone scratched the passenger side of his truck while it was parked at Cranberry Square on Saturday. He estimated the damage at $400.

A resident of William Avenue told city police that someone broke the rear window of his vehicle while it was parked on Long Valley Road on Saturday. He estimated the damage at $300.

A resident of South Bishop Street reported to city police that someone stole a 10-speed bicycle from his property Friday. He estimated the theft at $45.

A resident of Pennsylvania Avenue, near Western Maryland College, reported to city police that someone broke a window of her auto and damaged the steering column in an apparent attempt to steal the vehicle Friday. She estimated the damage at $750.

A Baltimore resident told city police that someone damaged his auto in an attempt to steal it while it was parked at Western Maryland College on Friday. Damage is estimated at $50.

A resident of Ewing Drive reported to city police that someone broke the driver's window of her auto and stole personal property while it was parked on Liberty Street on Thursday. She estimated the damage and theft at $836.

FIRE

* Finksburg: Reese responded to a call of wires arcing on a high voltage line on a pole on Baltimore Boulevard near Dede Road at 5:35 p.m. Monday. State police closed Route 140 in both directions for 45 minutes until the arcing stopped and Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. arrived to make repairs. Units were out for one hour.

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