Youth charged as adult in convenience store robbery

April 03, 2000

A 17-year-old Westminster youth has been charged as an adult in connection with the robbery of a New Windsor convenience store 19 months ago, court records show.

According to state police in Westminster, two males entered the 7-Eleven store on Church Street in New Windsor early Sept. 23, 1998. Both wore masks, and one brandished a large knife with a curved blade. After demanding money from the register, they fled with an undisclosed amount, police said.

In charging documents, state police reported receiving information last month that a teenager was talking about that robbery and had mentioned details not made public.

After questioning the teen-ager, troopers arrested Kevin A. Beall of the 300 block of Robins Way, charging him on counts of armed robbery, robbery, theft under $300 and related conspiracy charges involving another suspect.

Beall was being held Friday in lieu of $15,000 bail at Carroll County Detention Center.

Police

Westminster: A resident of Middle Grove Court told police Thursday that someone took his cell phone from his unsecured vehicle. Loss is estimated at $150.

Westminster: An employee for Aeg Environmental Services told police March 28 that someone broke into a warehouse inside a fenced in area and damaged the siding and products inside. Loss is estimated at $246.

Westminster: A resident of Mathias Court told police March 28 that someone took a cell phone and charger from his unsecured company vehicle. Loss is estimated at $200.

Fire

Reese: Firefighters from Reese and Boring in Baltimore County responded at 5: 55 p.m. Friday to a church fire in the 1600 block of Emory Church Road. Units were out 19 minutes.

Westminster: Firefighters from Westminster, Reese, Pleasant Valley and Manchester responded at 9: 22 p.m. Thursday to a dryer fire on Crows Court. Units were out 30 minutes.

Westminster: Firefighters from Westminster, Reese, Pleasant Valley and Union Bridge responded at 8: 39 a.m. Thursday to a house fire in the 800 block of Johahn Drive. Units were out 31 minutes.

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