POLICE* Westminster: Carroll County Landscaping of Old...

June 13, 1995

POLICE

* Westminster: Carroll County Landscaping of Old Westminster Pike told city police Wednesday that a cellular phone, valued at $1,200, was taken from one of its vehicles parked on East Main Street.

C & P Telephone of East Main Street reported to city police Friday that a tag was removed from one of its vehicles. No loss estimate was given.

An Old Taneytown Road resident told city police Saturday that two tires on her car were punctured while it was parked in the Diffendal lot. Loss was estimated at $200.

A Willis Street resident told city police on Saturday that a Trek Hard Rock bicycle, valued at $400, was taken from her house.

A resident of Neudecker Road told city police Friday that a cassette stereo was taken from his unlocked car while it was parked at Western Maryland College. Loss was estimated at $300.

An East Main Street resident told city police Sunday that someone smashed a window to his vehicle while it was parked behind his house. Damage was estimated at $80.

A Westmoreland Street resident reported to city police Thursday that someone removed property from her house. The loss was estimated at $705.

A West Main Street resident told city police Sunday that someone removed property valued at $260 from her house.

A Mayfield Court resident told city police Sunday that his Diamondback Mountain Bike was taken from the city pool. The loss was estimated at $200.

A resident of South Church Street told city police June 5 that somebody forced entry into her house. No property was taken, and damage was estimated at $200.

FIRE

* Finksburg: Reese and Gamber responded to a house trailer fire on Murray Road at 5:55 p.m. Sunday. Units were out 27 minutes.

* Westminster: Westminster responded to a car fire on East Main Street at 12:21 a.m. Sunday. Units were out five minutes.

Westminster and Reese responded to a fire alarm on North Center Street at 8:49 p.m. Saturday. Units were out five minutes.

Westminster responded for a wash detail in the 600 block of Baltimore Boulevard at 9:38 a.m. Saturday. Units were out nine minutes.

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