A retired Baltimore County police officer, now an investigator with the State Home Improvement Commission, told state police someone stole a 9 mm semiautomatic pistol from an attache case in his car on Tuesday or Wednesday.
Ronald W. Broadfoot Sr. said the car was parked in the driveway of his Snowfall Way house. He said the weapon, for which he has a permit, was valued at $420. The robber left behind the attache case, Mr. Broadfoot said.
Westminster council OKs new rental fees
The Westminster City Council approved a new rental fee schedule for the Longwell Municipal Center at the Monday night council meeting.
Charges will be: athletic events with nonprofit sponsors, $15 an hour, for-profit sponsors, $18 an hour; dances with nonprofit sponsors, $300, for-profit, $400; other events, closed to public with nonprofit sponsors, $30 an hour, open to public with nonprofit sponsors, $30 an hour plus two-hour service charge, open to public with for-profit sponsors, $300 up to six hours, $50 each additional hour.
The schedule replaces a charge of $15 an hour for nonprofit groups and $18 an hour for groups attempting to make a profit. Carol Donovan, city recreation director, said the new schedule was designed for the varied uses now available at the center.
Mrs. Donovan said the city rented the center gym only for athletic events while the Police Department was housed in the basement of the building. The department moved into a new police headquarters last September.
* Westminster: A resident of Tracy Meadows Drive told city police someone removed his wallet containing $130 while he was at Shoney's Restaurant Wednesday.
* Pleasant Valley: Pleasant Valley responded for a snowmobile fire in the 1900 block of Patricia Court at 6:42 p.m. Tuesday. Units were out for 17 minutes.
* Westminster: Engines from Westminster and New Windsor were dispatched for a furnace fire on Exeter Road at 12:19 p.m. Thursday. Units were out for 50 minutes.