Cars damaged, broken into at college and the Greens

October 14, 1997

Police are investigating a rash of vandalism incidents and thefts involving vehicles parked at Western Maryland College and at the Greens of Westminster.

Residents at the college told police Thursday that someone had broken into several vehicles in a parking lot and stole personal property. The combined loss was estimated at $1,005.

Sunday, residents of the Greens told police that someone had shot out windows of vehicles parked on Glenbrook Drive, Royer Road, Stacey Lee Drive, Wampler Lane and Windsor Drive.

Damage in all of the incidents was estimated at $3,600.

Fire

Westminster: Firefighters from Reese and Manchester responded at 11: 29 p.m. Sunday to a building fire in the 400 block of Center St. Units were out 29 minutes.

Westminster: Firefighters from Reese, Pleasant Valley and Reisterstown in Baltimore County assisted Westminster at 8: 06 p.m. Saturday, responding to smoke in a building on Old Baltimore Road and Route 140. Units were out 11 minutes.

Westminster: Firefighters responded at 7: 52 a.m. Friday to an auto fire on Route 31 at Long Valley Road. Units were out 30 minutes.

Westminster: Firefighters responded at 6: 31 a.m. Friday to a mulch fire on Washington Road. Units were out 30 minutes.

Police

Westminster: A Manchester resident told police Sunday that a hole was cut in the roof of his vehicle while it was parked at Cranberry Mall. Damage was estimated at $1,000.

Westminster: A Richardson Road resident told police Sunday that two tires on his vehicle were slashed and a mirror was broken while it was parked at Wal-Mart in the 200 block of Woodward Road. Damage was estimated at $275.

Westminster: A Janice Way resident told police Saturday that his vehicle was splattered with eggs while it was parked at his home. Damage was estimated at $100.

Westminster: A Locust Lane resident told police Friday that a door was broken at her home. Damage was estimated at $350.

Westminster: An Ewing Drive resident told police Friday that property was stolen from his front yard. The loss was estimated at $400.

Pub Date: 10/14/97

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