PoliceWestminster: An employee of an apartment management...

March 20, 1996

Police

Westminster: An employee of an apartment management company told city police at 11: 37 a.m. Monday that someone had damaged the coin box on a washing machine in the apartment building's laundry room on East Main Street. The damage was estimated at $100.

Westminster: A West Main Street resident told city police at 5: 54 p.m. Monday that someone had forcibly entered her home and stolen prescription drugs. The loss was estimated at $4.

Westminster: A Glenbrook Drive resident told city police at 8 p.m. Monday that someone kicked the right-side mirror of his car while it was parked outside a department store on Englar Road. The damage was estimated at $50.

Westminster: A Pinehurst Circle resident told city police at 9: 46 p.m. Monday that someone broke out the left rear window of his vehicle and damaged the dashboard while it was parked near his home. The damage was estimated at $200.

Westminster: A Sykesville man told city police at 5: 09 p.m. Friday that someone had damaged a door to an apartment he owns in the 200 block of E. Main St. The damage was estimated at $200.

Fire

Pleasant Valley: Pleasant Valley and Littlestown of Adams County, Pa., responded at 8: 25 p.m. Saturday to a brush fire on Church Lane. Units were out one hour.

Sandymount: Reese responded at 2: 57 p.m. Saturday to an auto fire on Route 140 at Sandymount Road. Units were out 15 minutes.

Smallwood: Gamber, Reese and Westminster responded at 6: 59 a.m. Monday to a chimney fire in the 600 block of Brandy Lane. Units were out 47 minutes.

Westminster: Westminster responded at 1: 08 p.m. Monday to a field fire in the 200 block of Tannery Lane. Units were out 31 minutes.

Westminster: Westminster and Reese responded at 12: 16 a.m. Tuesday to a chimney fire in the first block of Charles St. Units were out one hour.

Pub Date: 3/20/96

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