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A 57-year-old Edgewood woman died last Sunday from injuries she received in an accident on Jan. 31, state police said.

Boo Nyeo Yun was driving a 1991 Toyota Camry north on Route 24 near Old Emmorton Road in Abingdon when her car crossed the center line, went into a commuter parking lot and struck a parked car at 6:25 a.m., police said.

A witness told investigators that Yun was driving at about 35 mphand appeared to try to stop her car before the collision, police said.

Yun was flown to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore,where she died.

She is the fourth person killed in a traffic accident in Harford this year.


A 31-year-old Edgewood man has been charged with theft after allegedly stiffing a cab driver of a $26 fare on Wednesday, Harford DistrictCourt.

An American Cab driver picked up John A. Thomas at a Bel Air gas station, took him to Aberdeen and then to his home in the 1700block of Ironwood Court, records show.

Thomas paid a $15 deposit at the beginning of the 24-mile trip, but grabbed the money and refused to pay the rest of the fare when he got to his destination, policesaid.

The driver, Liam Ward, called the state police, who came toThomas' home and charged him with theft, records say.


The following crimes were investigated by the county's police agencies lastweek:


West Bel Air Avenue: Hunting clothes, a compound bow and shotgun, worth $1,210, were stolen from a vehicle on Jan. 28, city police said.


3300 block Cheverly Road: Ceilingfans, appliances, lamp fixtures and a faucet sprayer, worth $1,035, were stolen from a house on Jan. 29, the county Sheriff's Office said.

200 block Oak Leaf Circle: A 1980 Honda worth $2,500 was stolen on Jan. 29, the Sheriff's Office said.

Bel Air

400 block North Main Street: A small wooden cow worth $50 was stolen from outside BelAir Farm Supply on Jan. 28, town police said.

600 block Squire Lane: Computer equipment worth $4,790 was stolen from Harbond Associates on Jan. 28, town police said.

1100 block Vanguard Way: A compact-disc player, radio, camera and compact discs, worth $900, were stolen from a car on Jan. 27, the Sheriff's Office said. In another theft,a stereo, tool box and fishing equipment, worth $1,225, were stolen from an apartment storage area on Jan. 27.


300 blockBroad Creek Road: A boat motor and binoculars, worth $675, were stolen from a cabin on Jan. 30, the Sheriff's Office said. At another Broad Creek cabin, fishing equipment worth $550 was stolen on Jan. 31.


500 block Scholar Court: A ladder, bicycle, vacuum and paint sprayer, worth $795, were stolen from a shed on Jan. 24, the Sheriff's Office said.


2200 block Queensbury Drive: A telephone handset, tool box and tools, worth $1,020, were stolen from ahouse on Jan. 28, the Sheriff's Office said.

Forest Hill

600 block Jarrettsville Road: An air compressor was stolen and windows were broken during the burglary of a storage trailer on Jan. 31, the Sheriff's Office said. Loss totaled $1,220.

Havre de Grace

300 block Wilson Street: Eight rolls of copper tubing, worth $320, were stolen from a city Department of Public Works garage between Jan. 24 and Jan. 31, city police said.

Gravel Hill Road: A county-owned traffic counter and speed-limit sign, worth $1,350, were stolen on Jan. 27,the Sheriff's Office said.

1500 block Pulaski Highway: Tires, rims and wheel caps, worth $700, were stolen from a vehicle at Debonis Chevrolet Inc. on Jan. 28, the Sheriff's Office said. On Feb. 1, tiresand wheels, worth $4,235, were stolen from vehicles at the dealership.

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