Incidents are based on reports from the Harford County Sheriff's Office.
Thomas Run Road, 200 block, 12:50 p.m., March 30. A 16-year-old male student at was accused of assaulting another male student, 18. The victim told police that he would pursue charges.
Patterson Mill Road, Unit block, between 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m., March 24. A teacher at reported that his Fossil watch, valued at less than $500, was stolen from his desk. The incident is under investigation.
Bel Air South Parkway, 500 block, 6:54 p.m., March 14. Two boys, a 14-year-old from Bel Air and a 15-year-old from Abingdon, were recorded on surveillance stealing items from . The boys, who were identified by an employee as students, allegedly stole a Tony Hawk belt, three Y men’s t-shirts and a pair of Levi jeans. The total value of the items is less than $500.
Thomas Run Road, 200 block, 10:12 a.m., March 10. Two Harford Technical High School students were referred to juvenile services for possessing knives. Police detained two boys, both 15, for possessing a folding knife with a three-inch blade, a Hawkbill brand folding knife with a 2.75 inch blade and a Humvee brand folding knife with a three-inch blade new in the box.
Belair Road, 2300 block, 10:47 a.m., March 29. An employee at Auto Showcase told police he sold a vehicle to a man who was later discovered to have used fraudulent information to make the purchase. The man was approved for financing and gave the dealership a $2,000 check for a down payment on a gray 2006 Mazda 6.
Connolly Road, 100 block, 5:56 a.m., March 15. A letter carrier notified police that there appeared to have been a robbery at Duvall’s Small Engine Repair Inc. When contacted by police, the business owner reported that his 1996 Chevrolet 3500 dump truck, with “Trimco” written in green lettering on the vehicle, was stolen from his property. The vehicle, which was unlocked, was driven through a chain link fence. The incident is under investigation.