FireWestminster: Firefighters from Reese assisted...

October 28, 1997

Fire

Westminster: Firefighters from Reese assisted Westminster at 2: 09 p.m. Saturday, responding to a fire alarm in the 1600 block of Washington Road. Units were out 29 minutes.

Westminster: Firefighters from Reese, Pleasant Valley and Manchester assisted Westminster at 3: 30 a.m. Saturday, responding to smoke in the 400 block of Mall Ring Road. Units were out 35 minutes.

Reese: Firefighters responded at 5: 35 p.m. Friday to smoke in the 400 block of Blizzard Lane. Units were out an hour and seven minutes.

Westminster: Firefighters responded at 4: 25 p.m. Friday to an automobile fire in the 500 block of Baltimore Blvd. Units were out five minutes.

Westminster: Firefighters responded at 11: 39 a.m. Friday to a fire alarm in the 1800 block of Ridge Road. Units were out 29 minutes.

Westminster: Firefighters responded at 11: 08 a.m. Friday to an odor in a basement in the 800 block of Wisteria Drive. Units were out 26 minutes.

Westminster: Firefighters from Reese assisted Westminster at 10: 29 a.m. Friday, responding to a fire alarm in the 400 block of Hahn Road. Units were out four minutes.

Police

Westminster: An employee of East Coast Truck and Equipment Sales on East George Street told police Friday that candy and coins had been stolen. The loss was estimated at $120.

Westminster: A Western Maryland College student told police Friday that tires had been stolen from his vehicle while it was parked at the college. The loss was estimated at $925.

Westminster: An employee at Tri-County Roofing Co. on West George Street told police Friday that several items had been stolen from the business. The loss was estimated at $1,370.

Westminster: A resident of Old Bachmans Valley Road told police Saturday that a window and lock had been broken while her vehicle was parked in the first block of Wimert Ave. Damage was estimated at $150.

Pub Date: 10/28/97

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