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Hagerstown woman accused of violating probation related to robbery
A Hagerstown woman convicted of assault and theft in the 2017 robbery of a man on Dual Highway was back in court Friday for violating the terms of her probation.Brittany Anne Yeakle, 28, was found guilty earlier this year of second-degree assault and theft under $1,000, according to online court doc
Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Center in Hagerstown Coming Soon
Amatus Health, a Maryland-based healthcare provider, is currently in the process of purchasing the building where the inpatient substance abuse treatment center will be operating. Officials indicated that the reason they want to open in Hagerstown was due to the fact that there were many outpatient
Hagerstown-area man faces sexual abuse charges involving several girls
A Hagerstown-area man is accused of having sexual contact with several teenage girls in exchange for cash, marijuana, alcohol and other favors.Matthew Mark Biser Jr., 39, of Old Forge Road is charged with six counts each of sexual abuse of a minor, sexual solicitation of a minor, and third- and four
Toys for Tots moving to Hagerstown Premium Outlets
As the year winds down, Toys for Tots of Washington County is getting ready to move into a new home at Hagerstown Premium Outlets.Toys for Tots — which collects toys for children and gives them as Christmas gifts — will move into two adjacent spaces. They are not far from Banana Republic Factory Sto
Van photos will help with Hagerstown road study
Motorists in Hagerstown may see slow-moving white vans rolling along city streets in the coming week.The vans will take photographs and use electronic sensors to capture the condition of the city's 116-mile road network, culminating in assessments to help officials guide future maintenance projects.
Ex-owner of Chambersburg restaurant made fraudulent charges on customers' cards, police say
Martina Lebo, 50, is charged with two felony counts of access device fraud, according tocourt records.She is in Franklin County Jail, unable to post $75,000 bail.
Woman charged with using parking lot as a bathroom
A woman who failed to show up in court for 19 months after she was photographed using a business's parking lot as a bathroom had a bond hearing on Wednesday.Jacqueline D. Poffenberger, 26, of Woodbridge, Va., was recently arrested on a bench warrant, according to court records. She was charged by th
9 Relaxing Things To Do In Hagerstown Maryland
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Male touched himself while asking female how to get to Chambersburg library, police say
The female, no age provided, told Chambersburg Police she was walking on Montgomery Avenue at about 1 p.m. when a male in a white sport utility vehicle asked her for directions to Coyle Free Library.
Man arrested after home invasion
Robert Smith, 37, was arrested for home invasion, first degree burglary and second degree assault.
Stuff the Bus event aims to fill backpacks for students in need
HAGERSTOWN, Md. - Several organizations have come together to stuff the bus at the Walmart in Hagerstown, so students can have full backpacks for the upcoming school year.
Esthay, Meregildo lead the way for Hagerstown
HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) -- Kameron Esthay tripled and singled twice, driving in a run and also scoring one as the Hagerstown Suns defeated the Lexington Legends 2-0 on Thursday.
Man shot during disturbance in Hagerstown
Buy NowA man suffered a minor gunshot wound during a disturbance Monday evening on North Locust Street in Hagerstown.A man was shot in the leg during an altercation Monday evening on North Locust Street in Hagerstown.Officers were called shortly after 7 p.m. for a large disturbance involving a handg
Woman accused of using restaurants company card to spend $13,000
A Shippensburg woman is accused of using a company credit card to spend more than $13,000 in addition to another $5,000 from a second card.
Hagerstown police looking for hit-and-run driver
City spokesman Wes Decker wrote in an email that the building sustained no structural damage. Broken glass resulted from the car striking the building, he said, but the damage was determined to be minimal and all of the repairs can be done without having to obtain a permit.
Two burned in Manor Drive apartment fire
Two people suffered burns in an apartment fire on Manor Drive Wednesday afternoon, according to a Washington County 911 supervisor.One person was taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and the other was taken to Meritus Medical Center, the supervisor said.
Funkstown bar fined over May shooting
A Funkstown bar has been fined $500 and placed on six months' probation for a May incident that began with a dispute between two patrons and resulted in gunshots fired.Jokers Bar & Grill must close an hour earlier, at 1 a.m., during the probationary period, the county liquor board ruled after a hear
Man charged with home invasion; second intruder still at large
A man was charged with home invasion and first-degree burglary after he allegedly broke into a home Tuesday night on Hagerstown's West End.Robert Michael Smith, 37, also was charged with second-degree assault, according to a news release from the Hagerstown Police Department.He is being held without
Hagerstown man found injured after gunshots
HAGERSTOWN, Md. - A Hagerstown man was found injured after officers responded to a report of gunshots, according to the Hagerstown Police Department.
Court upholds conviction of woman in 2016 killing outside downtown Frederick bar
Lucas, 31, is serving the maximum sentence for second-degree murder. She sought to appeal the conviction on several procedural grounds.