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Manchester man accused of filing false report of theft to police NORTH -- Manchester * Hampstead * Lineboro


State police have charged a Manchester man with filing a false report of the theft of tools and camping equipment.

Police arrested William W. Bolt, 23, on Friday and charged hiwith one count each of false reporting, making a false statement to police and attempted theft.

Mr. Bolt reported a breaking and entering and theft of nearl$10,000 worth of equipment from his Main Street home May 25, police said.

He filed a claim with Allstate Insurance Co., authorities said.

On July 8, police obtained a search warrant after receiving information that the property was in Mr. Bolt's basement.

Police said they recovered the property during a July 9 search othe home.

NESAP to go bowling for emergency funds

The Northeast Social Action Program (NESAP) will have a bowl-a-thon to help the needy and people in emergencies at 7 p.m. July 26 at Hampstead Bowling Lanes.

The cost is $5 per bowler for three games and shoe rental. Bowlers need to get pledges per game or per pin to raise money for NESAP. The event raised more than $900 last year.

Teams and singles are welcome.

To register -- include preference for tenpins or duckpins -- and obtain forms, call 239-6216. Registration deadline is Wednesday.


* Lineboro: Engines from the Lineboro Fire Company responded to a call of wires down on Gunpowder Road near the Baltimore County line at 8:19 p.m. Wednesday. Units were out for 45 minutes.

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