8:25 PM EST, March 9, 2013
Four men were charged Friday with damaging property and vehicles along Bakersville, Fairplay and Tommytown roads in the Boonsboro area, according to a Washington County Sheriff’s Office news release.
Dustin Keith Clipp, 18, of 17112 Snyders Landing Road in Sharpsburg; Dylan Matthew Martz, 19, of 6533 Gilardi Road in Boonsboro; Nathan Jered Meyers, 18, of 5528 Sharpsburg Pike in Sharpsburg; and Christopher Allen Feigley, 18, of 119 Robelei Drive in Ranson, W.Va., were charged in the incidents, which occurred Friday morning, deputies said.
Feigley, Clipp and Martz each were charged with theft, three counts of malicious destruction of property, causing litter or dumping under 100 pounds, and littering or dumping under 100 pounds, deputies said.
Meyers was charged with conspiracy to commit theft, conspiracy to commit malicious destruction of property, conspiracy to cause littering or dumping under 100 pounds, and conspiracy to litter or dump under 100 pounds, deputies said.
On Friday at 12:22 a.m., deputies went to Bakersville Road for a report of a damaged truck window and learned that the people responsible still might be in the area, deputies said.
A short time later, a black 1989 Ford Bronco occupied by the four men was stopped, deputies said. The four allegedly damaged mailboxes and vehicles in the area, deputies said.
None of the men were being held Friday night, a deputy at the Washington County Detention Center said.
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