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Havre de Grace Police Blotter

Arrests and police reports from March 18-21

From the Havre de Grace Police Department:

Arrests

  • Six juveniles, ages 9 to 13, were arrested in the afternoon of March 20 and charged with destruction of property. Officers responded to the 400 block of Webb Lane in reference to a report of several juveniles breaking a light located at a church. Officers located the juvenile subjects approximately one block away from the reported location. All juveniles were charged and released to the appropriate guardian on scene. 
  • Amanda Ann Phillips, 29, of the 500 block of Maple Heights Court in Rising Sun was arrested in the early morning of March 19 and charged with suspected driving under the influence. Officers responded to the 800 block of Otsego Street in reference to an accident. Upon arrival, officers observed two parked and damaged vehicles. Officers located a vehicle approximately one block away from the parked vehicles. Upon making contact with the operator of that vehicle, officers observed signs of alcohol impairment. Along with the driving under the influence charge, Phillips received a traffic citation for failure to stop at an accident.
  • Two female juveniles, ages 12 and 13, were arrested in the evening of March 18 and charged with theft less than $100. Officers responded to the Weis Market in the 900 block of Pulaski Highway for a report of a shoplifting. The two juveniles allegedly had taken makeup products valued at about $25. Both subjects were arrested and taken to the Havre de Grace Police Department and released to their guardians.
  • Christopher James Bowie, 37, of the 4400 block of Quaker Hills Court was arrested in the evening of March 18 and charged with suspected driving under the influence. Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 400 block of St. John Street. Upon making contact with the operator (Bowie), officers detected and odor of an alcoholic beverage. While speaking with the passenger, officers recovered suspected marijuana.
  • Brianna Nicole Barony, 24, of the 4400 block of Quaker Hills Court was arrested in the evening of March 18 and charged with possession of marijuana. Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 400 block of St. John Street. Upon making contact with the operator, officers detected and odor of an alcoholic beverage. While speaking with the passenger (Barony), officers recovered suspected marijuana.
  • A 16-year-old male was placed under non-custodial arrest in the afternoon of March 18 and charged with disturbing school activities and malicious destruction of property. Officers responded to Havre de Grace High School at 700 Congress Avenue in the afternoon of March 18 in reference to a juvenile that had kicked a water fountain off of the wall. After officers spoke with faculty and reviewed surveillance video, the juvenile was placed under arrest.

Police Log

  • Officers responded to the 2200 block of Lori Lane in the evening of March 18 in reference to an assault that had already occurred. Officers made contact with the parties involved and determined that an assault had occurred. One of the subjects was suffering from minor injuries. All subjects were referred to the Harford County Court Commissioners Office if charges were desired.

Follow-up Report

  • Detectives of the Havre de Grace Police Department have determined that a from the 100 block of N. Washington Street was not a theft, rather a misunderstanding between two parties. This issue has been resolved among the parties involved, and the case is considered closed. No criminal charges will be filed by the Havre de Grace Police Department.

Anyone with any information involving these crimes is urged to contact the Havre de Grace Police Department 410-939-2121.

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