Police search for youths after break-in

October 03, 1995

Westminster police searched for three juveniles after a home in the first block of Monroe St. was broken into and a purse was stolen about 1 p.m. yesterday.

Officers said the occupant of the brick house saw the three and gave police a description of them.

Officers searched the area but were unable to find the youths, who fled through a nearby alley.

Police said the woman was not injured in the burglary and that the purse was not recovered. The three three entered through a basement door and searched the house.

Bond's Meadow Rotary Club celebrates first anniversary

The Rotary Club of Bond's Meadow has completed its first year of service to the community. To commemorate their first anniversary, the Rotarians held a family get-together in the hangar of the Jack Piage Airfield on Sept. 16. Members were encouraged to attend and bring their families.

The organization presented its past president, Melvin Mills of Mills Communications, with the Paul Harris Award for outstanding service to the club and the community. Mr. Mills was instrumental in starting the Bond's Meadow club.

During the club's first year, members raised money through a St. Patrick's Dinner to help support the Literacy Council of Carroll County, plus several other county and Rotarian charities.

The club meets at 7:15 a.m. every Tuesday morning at Bullock's Airport Inn.

Police

Westminster: A resident of Wimert Avenue reported to city police someone stole a Diamondback racing bicycle from the area of the first block of E. Main St. on Sunday. He estimated the theft at $199.

Westminster: A resident of Sullivan Avenue told city police that the rear window of her auto was shattered while it was parked near her home Saturday. She estimated the damage at $300.

Westminster: An employee of the State Highway Administration reported that someone wrote in the wet concrete at the construction site on Pennsylvania Avenue on Friday. The damage was estimated at $800.

Westminster: A resident of Gorsuch Road told city police that her purse was stolen from a baby stroller while she was at Cranberry Mall Friday. She estimated the theft at $45.

Westminster: A member of the Ladies' Club of South Center Street reported to city police that $60 was stolen from the building on Thursday.

Westminster: An employee of Western Maryland College told city police that her purse was stolen from an office on the campus Wednesday. She estimated the theft at $70.

Fire

Reisterstown: Reese and Gamber engines were dispatched to a house fire on Cockeys Mill Road in Reisterstown at 3:49 a.m. Saturday. Units were out for one hour.

Westminster: Engines from Westminster, Reese, Pleasant Valley and Manchester were dispatched to a house fire on Pennsylvania Avenue at 11:34 p.m. Sunday. Units were out for 30 minutes.

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