Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes in Howard...

Howard Blotter

March 25, 1998

Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes in Howard County.

Elkridge: 7000 block of Brookdale Drive: A thief cut open a rear fence at Symons Corp. and stole aluminum beams worth about $1,600 between Friday and Monday morning.

Elkridge: 6600 block of Santa Barbara Road: Someone stole a 1994 Dodge Caravan, tags 980695, on Monday morning.

Ellicott City: 10000 block of Baltimore National Pike: Four juveniles who entered the Forest Diner's basement to "hang out" Friday night were arrested and charged with trespassing.

Ellicott City: 9500 block of Old Annapolis Road: A burglar smashed open a front door to Feldman's Pharmacy and stole drugs Saturday morning.

Elkridge: 6800 block of Deerpath Road: A thief pried open the front door to Best Insurance Brokers on Friday morning and stole computers.

Columbia 100 Office Park: 8800 block of Centre Park Drive: A burglar entered five offices between Friday and Monday and stole computers and computer equipment.

North Laurel-Savage

Jessup: 8300 block of Stayton Drive: A burglar cut open a storage shed padlock and stole $2,800 worth of equipment Sunday or Monday.

North Laurel: 8300 block of Sand Cherry Lane: A thief stole a cellular phone from an open garage March 21.

Savage: 9600 block of Glendower Court: A burglar smashed a rear sliding-glass door Sunday morning and stole computer equipment, a shotgun, a camera and jewelry.

Savage: 8400 block of Fair St.: Someone drove through the closed gate to Savage Park, forced open the door to a storage shed and stole 10 bags of turf dryer Friday morning.

Sykesville: 13000 block of Old Frederick Road: A burglar used vice-grip pliers to force open a home's front door Sunday morning. The thief stole a video cassette recorder, compact disc player and silverware.

Sykesville: 350 block of West Friendship Road: Four juveniles were arrested while skateboarding in an unlocked Howard County Parks and Recreation building Saturday afternoon. They were charged with breaking and entering and trespassing.

Pub Date: 3/25/98

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