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NEWS
December 7, 1993
The county's weekly curbside recycling service will accept leaves and yard waste through December.Leaves and yard waste must be placed in containers with tops open for speedy collection and in open-topped plastic or paper bags weighing less than 40 pounds. Acceptable containers include 30-gallon, brown-paper leaf bags; plastic bags; and rigid-walled, open-topped metal or plastic trash containers. Information: Bureau of Environmental Services, 313-SORT.POLICE LOG* Long Reach: 5700 block of Twelve Months Court: Someone stole a CD player, radar detector and other items from a red Honda AccordThursday or Friday.
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NEWS
September 14, 1993
POLICE LOG*Ellicott City: 8900 block of Mount Patapsco Court: Light fixtures were taken from a house under construction Wednesday or Thursday.4900 block of Dorsey Hall: A $350 CD player was stolen from an Isuzu truck Wednesday or Thursday.8400 block of Baltimore National Pike: A radar detector, stereo and hand tools were stolen from a Chevrolet Camaro late Saturday or early Sunday.
NEWS
By Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Staff Writer | July 16, 1993
Taneytown police have arrested a York County, Pa., man and are searching for two Westminster men in connection with an auto break-in and the theft of a stereo system and a radar detector.Troy A. Swindell, 20, was captured by Officer Edward Ingel of the Taneytown police at 4 a.m. Wednesday.Officer Ingel reported that he became suspicious when he saw two men at the rear of a car parked in the 300 block of E. Baltimore St. carrying two large stereo speakers.As the officer stopped his car, the men dropped the speakers and fled into a field.
NEWS
July 9, 1993
POLICE LOG* Kings Contrivance: 6500 block of Beechwood Drive: A cellular phone, a cassette case and several cassettes were stolen from a tan 1988 Chevrolet between Friday and Monday. The property was valued at $232.* Long Reach: 5700 block of Margrave Mews: A radar detector and 30 CDs with a combined worth of $640 were stolen from a silver 1989 Honda Civic on Sunday morning.
NEWS
January 14, 1993
Chesterfield Homeowners to elect three new directorsThe Chesterfield Homeowners Association is to elect three new members to its board of directors at its annual meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Riviera Beach Fire Hall. The group also will consider changes to its bylaws and honor several volunteers for service to the community, said vice president Bob Adams. The neighborhood includes 1,834 households.For information, call 360-0168.POLICE LOG* Pasadena: A man told police that his radar detector was stolen from his 1988 truck while it was parked in the lot at Rivera Plaza Monday.
NEWS
November 17, 1992
* Jessup: 8400 block of Washington Blvd.: Someone stole a $15 black leather purse with a Maryland's driver's license and a $5 black wallet Sunday.* North Laurel: 9600 block of Barrell House Road: The ignition to a 1986 Nissan Stanza was damaged between Wednesday and Thursday.* 9200 block of Trader's Crossing: Someone entered a locked 1990 Honda Accord between Wednesday and Thursday, and stole a $20 cassette carrying case, $600 worth of cassette tapes, a $140 radar detector, a $1 coin box with coins and a $100 car alarm cigarette adapter.
FEATURES
By Tom Incantalupo and Tom Incantalupo,Newsday | April 30, 1992
Chronic speeders will soon have a new weapon against The Law: a --board detector that purportedly can warn drivers if police are stalking them with their newest gadget, a laser gun.The leading manufacturer of laser guns, however, claims that a detector will be useless against its device.Cincinnati Microwave Inc. says that it will begin delivering its $99 laser detector in June.Laser guns are used against speeders by an estimated 50 police departments nationwide. (The laser guns are not being used by the Baltimore City Police Department or the Maryland State Police, according to spokesmen for those agencies.
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