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Man held on theft charges in Finksburg burglary


A 19-year-old Westminster man was held on $25,000 bond at the Carroll County Detention Center yesterday after guns and a camera valued at almost $6,000 were taken from a Finksburg home, state police said.

Jason Davis Woycio of the 100 block of W. Main St. is charged with two counts each of burglary and theft.

APolice said they believe three men broke into a house in the 2600 block of Sunset Lane on Sept. 6. Police have obtained warrants for two other men, according to District Court documents.

The victim of the burglary told officers that two Colt .45-caliber handguns, two Smith & Wesson .22-caliber handguns and a third .22-caliber handgun were taken. Also stolen were three boxes of .45-caliber ammunition, a 35 mm camera and a case of beer,

police said.

State police captain completes FBI program

Capt. Frank D. Moran Jr., a Westminster resident, has graduated from the FBI National Academy Program.

Captain Moran, 42, a 22-year Maryland State Police veteran, was among 257 law enforcement officers from 48 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico and 22 foreign countries to graduate from the academy's 182nd session.

Captain Moran was the Westminster Barracks Criminal Investigation Section supervisor from 1984-1988. He has served

as a uniform trooper, criminal investigator, commander of the Security Services Unit and as a member of the superintendent's staff, where he is now assigned.

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