Motorcycle Stolen From Frederick County Found In Harford County

VOne arrest has been made.

Edgewood, Md (KM) A motorcycle reported stolen last year in Frederick County was recovered recently in Harford County.

State Police say troopers conducted a traffic stop on Wednesday at 7:45 PM along Pulaski Highway in Edgewood. After checking the registration, troopers say the bike was reported stolen in September, 2019 from Dutrow Honda Sales and Service in Frederick. Authorities say it’s one of eight motorcycles stolen from the business.

A 19-year-old man who had the bike has been arrested for theft of an item valued at between $1500 and $25,000. . . State Police say additional charges could be filed as other suspects are identified. .

Investigators say the man was not involved in the theft, but obtained the bike in a trade with another motorcycle which was not stolen from Dutrow Honda Sales and Service.

Anyone with additional information on this incident, or knows of the location of the other stolen motorcycles is asked to contact the State Police Criminal Enforcement Division Western Region  at 410-953-8200.

State Police remind residents to be careful with whom they purchase and/or trade items. They say  possession of any stolen item is considered a felony. Under Maryland law, a person convicted of possession of stolen property valued between $1500 and $25,000 could be sentenced to five years in prison and/or a $5000 fine.

 

By Kevin McManus

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