PoliceWestminster: A resident of Lawndale Road in...

January 30, 1996

Police

Westminster: A resident of Lawndale Road in Finksburg reported to city police Saturday that someone broke the driver's side window of his car while it was parked on East Main Street. Damage is estimated at $110.

Westminster: An employee of a store in the 140 Village shopping center told city police Saturday that someone stole $99.99 worth of property from the store.

Westminster: A resident of Pennsylvania Avenue reported to city police Saturday that someone kicked in the rear door of his home and stole items. Total loss was $1,299.99.

Westminster: A resident of Poole Road reported to city police Saturday that someone grabbed her purse while she was in the hallway of her apartment building. Total loss was $85.

Westminster: An employee of the Mobil station on Route 140 reported to state police on Friday that someone stole $2.25 worth of gas.

Westminster: A resident of Hooper Road in New Windsor reported to city police Friday that someone stole his car's license plate while it was parked in the Gehr lot.

Westminster: An employee of Carroll Community College's Washington Road campus reported to state police Thursday that someone stole $700 worth of property from the college.

Westminster: A resident of North Chelmsford, Mass., told city police on Jan. 22 that someone broke into his car, damaged the --board and stole items while the vehicle was parked at Western Maryland College. Total loss was $375.

Fire

Reese: Reese responded to a smoke detector sounding on Old Westminster Pike at 11:22 p.m. Sunday. Units were out for 25 minutes.

Reese: Reese and Westminster responded to a truck fire on Baltimore Boulevard at 1:17 p.m. Friday. Units were out for five minutes.

Westminster: Westminster, Reese, Pleasant Valley, Manchester and Hampstead responded to a call about an odor of gas in a building on West Main Street at 3:23 a.m. yesterday. Units were out for 35 minutes.

Westminster: Westminster and Reese responded to a fire alarm on Englar Road at 6:05 a.m. Friday. Units were out for 10 minutes.

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