Lower bail denied for man accused of biting ear

July 05, 1995

A Carroll judge refused Monday to lower the $10,000 bail set for a Westminster man accused of trying to bite off a woman's ear last week.

Everett Lewis Neff, 29, of the first block of Washington Road was arrested Friday and charged with battery and causing a malicious injury with the intent to maim. He was placed in the Carroll County Detention Center later that afternoon in lieu of $10,000 bail.

According to charging documents, Cheryl Ann Riegel claimed someone kicked her in the face and tried to bite her ear off Thursday night while she was at a friend's house in Westminster.

An arrest warrant was issued for Mr. Neff before noon Friday, and Westminster Officer Howard Friedman served it less than four hours later. If convicted, Mr. Neff could be sentenced to more than 15 years in prison.

POLICE

* Westminster: A resident of Silver Run told city police Sunday that license plates were removed from her car while it was parked at Weis Markets on Baltimore Boulevard. The loss is estimated at $70.

A resident of Hunt Valley told city police Sunday that his car was damaged while parked in a lot on West Main Street. Damage was estimated at $800.

An employee at Leggett in Cranberry Mall told city police Saturday that items valued at $28 were shoplifted.

A resident of Pennsylvania Avenue told city police Friday that a bike, worth about $150, was taken from his residence.

A Union Street resident told city police Friday that property, valued at $650, was taken from his vehicle.

A resident of Lincoln Road reported to city police Thursday that a bike was taken from the rear of his residence. The estimated loss was $100.

A resident of Old Westminster Pike reported to city police Thursday that the side of his vehicle was kicked in, causing about $5 damage.

FIRE

* Finksburg: Reese responded to wires on fire in the 3200 block of Old Westminster Pike at 9:41 p.m. Saturday. Units were out two hours.

* Fowblesburg: Reese responded to a woods fire in the 1700 block of Emory Road near the Baltimore County Line at 7:41 p.m. Sunday. Units were out 38 minutes.

* Pleasant Valley: Pleasant Valley responded to wires arcing on Pinch Valley Road at 1:10 p.m. Saturday. Units were out one hour.

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