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Vases stolen from LaVale cemetery - 07/04
Theft of 71 bronze and brass cemetery vases from the Rest Lawn Memorial Garden on Cash Valley Road remains under investigation by C3I.
07/03 - ‘Head-butting’ results in arrest
CUMBERLAND — A city man who was accused of “head-butting” a woman in a Maryland Avenue residence and then trying to suffocate her was charged with assault and reckless endangerment by Cumberland Police on Tuesday.
07/03 - City police serve arrest warrant
CUMBERLAND — Cumberland Police served a bench warrant from Mineral County, W.Va., Tuesday on John Edward Blowe, 38, who was wanted for miscellaneous traffic charges.
07/03 - Garrett checkpoint nets few arrests
MCHENRY — The Maryland State Police McHenry Barrack recently conducted its nighttime Summer Time sobriety checkpoint along southbound U.S. Route 219 in the area of Timber Ridge Drive.
Police investigate Frostburg burglary - 07/02
C3I continues to investigate a burglary of a residence in the 100 block of George Street in Frostburg that was reported Friday.
07/01 - City police recover stolen vehicle
CUMBERLAND — A vehicle stolen from Baltimore County was recovered by a Cumberland Police officer on patrol Sunday in the area of Park Street at Emily Street.
07/1 - Frostburg home has minor fire
FROSTBURG — Several volunteer fire companies responded to a home on Little Welsh Road on Monday afternoon for an accidental electrical fire, according to the Allegany County 911 Center.
Police witness woman throw punch - 06/29
City police officers who witnessed an assault charged Pamela Eileen Wigfield, 31, of Cumberland with both assault and disorderly conduct Thursday.
Sobriety checkpoint nets no offenders - 06/29
A sobriety checkpoint on U.S. Route 40 near the intersection with Campground Road on Thursday night netted zero impaired drivers out of 252 vehicles that were checked by Maryland State Police and the Allegany County Sheriff’s Office, state police said.
Items stolen from car parked at motel - 06/29
A car parked at the Hampton Inn on U.S. Business Route 220 overnight Tuesday was damaged and had items removed from it, according to Pennsylvania State Police.
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