Police Investigating Neighborhood Dispute, House Egging
A community outreach team is working to resolve problems in a Perry Hall neighborhood.
An incident involving eggs thrown at a home is just the latest complaint to come out of the Four Mills Road neighborhood in Perry Hall, a police report shows.
A resident told police she believed the "egging" of her home, between June 26-27, was racially motivated, but police have not reached any conclusions in their investigation, according to Lt. David Naimaster of the White Marsh police precinct.
The precinct's community outreach team is working to resolve the most recent destruction of property, as well as other complaints of alleged trespassing and harassment, likely involving teenagers, Naimaster said.
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