PoliceNew Windsor: A Sykesville resident reported to state...

January 23, 1996

Police

New Windsor: A Sykesville resident reported to state police that someone broke into his home under construction on Rowe Road between Jan. 12 and Friday. He told police that $500 worth of damage was done by somebody who entered through a small basement window. A banister, a smoke detector, a faucet and a window were damaged, and a section of carpet was burned.

Fire

Detour: Units from Union Bridge, Taneytown, Gamber, Libertytown and Rocky Ridge of Frederick County responded to a call about hazardous materials in a stream near Route 77 and Keysville Road at 2:55 p.m. Saturday. They were out for eight hours and 35 minutes. New Windsor transferred an engine to Union Bridge, and Harney transferred an engine to Taneytown during the incident.

Detour: Units from Taneytown and Rocky Ridge of Frederick County responded to a pump request in the 7500 block of Middleburg Road at 8:41 a.m. Saturday. They were out six hours and 10 minutes.

Marston: New Windsor units responded to a tree fire on Doctor Stitely Road at 9:31 a.m. Friday. They were out 30 minutes.

Taneytown: Taneytown and Harney units responded to a fire alarm on Allendale Lane at 6:03 a.m. Friday. They were out 10 minutes.

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